For five drivers winning at Talladega this week is a must if they want to win the Sprint Cup title

NASCAR: 5 Drivers That Need A Win At Talladega

The NASCAR season is winding down and has only five weeks to go in the season and the 2014Sprint Cup Championship, is totally up for grabs. This weekend all the focus on the Geico 500 that is going to

Matt Kenseth will be on the pole for Sundays Auto Club 400.

NASCAR: Matt Kenseth on the pole for the Auto Club 400

Matt Kenseth has put his No.20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota on the poll for Sunday’s  NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Auto Club 400. He blazed the  two-mile Auto Club Speedway track in Fontana, Ca. in  38.438 seconds which translates into an impressive

Austin Dillion will start on the poll for Sunday's Daytona 500

Hamlin, Kenseth win Daytona Duels for JGR

The good news for pole sitter Austin Dillion is that he did not wreck his car and will remain on the point to start Sunday’s “Great American Race,” the Daytona 500. The bad news for him and the rest

Jimmie Johnson, driver of the #48 Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet, celebrates in  Victory Lane after winning the series championship for a record sixth time.  following the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Jimmie Johnson wins the “Six Pack.”

He finishes ninth in the season-ending race at Homestead-Miami Speedway to clinch the title over Matt Kenseth. Denny Hamlin gets his first win of the year. Johnson began the 2013 NASCAR season celebrating a victory at the Daytona 500,

Matt and Jimmie one race to decide the 2013 Sprint Cup Title.

Johnson looking for a “Six Pack” in Miami

Come Sunday at Homestead – Miami Speedway the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy of Jimmie Johnson will start the Ford Ecoboost 400 with a 28-point advantage over Matt Kenseth. If he just finishes the race in 23rd place or

Johnson leads Kenseth by 28 points with one race lefft to this weekend at Homestead-Miami.

Johnson on the verge of his 6th NASCAR Title

For Jimmie Johnson the driver of the No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy, he heads into the final race of the 2013 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Title with a huge 28 point lead. Matt Kenseth, who pilots Joe

Jimmie Johnson (48) burns his tires after winning the AAA Texas 500. Regaining the Chase points lead.

Jimmie Johnson wins at Texas takes over points lead

Jimmie Johnson put himself back on top of the point standings in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship by winning Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 with a dominating performance at Texas Motor Speedway. With two races left in the

Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson are tied for the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. This week the race in is Texas.

NASCAR’s Texas three step this weekend

All three NASCAR series will be running this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway in Ft. Worth, a tricky 1.5 mile oval that always seems to bring out the best in the drivers. There are plenty of big storylines as we get

Jeff Gordon got the win at Martinsville. Now Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth are tied for Chase lead with three races left.

Gordon wins at Martinsville: Johnson and Kenseth top Chase

  Jeff Gordon kept his hopes of winning a fifth Sprint Cup Series championship alive by winning his first race of the season on Sunday at Martinsville Speedway. Gordon passed Matt Kenseth for the lead with 21 laps remaining

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NASCAR Chase heads to the 1/2 miles in Martinsville

Funny thing about Jimmie Johnson, he has enough grandfather clocks to open a small store. At Martinsville Speedway, where it is a tradition to present the winner with a Ridgeway grandfather clock — still one of the most interesting