A NASCAR Cup championship. Another manufacturer's title.
The 2019 NASCAR season was memorable for Toyota. Driving the No. 18 Toyota, Kyle Busch became the 16th multiple champion in Cup history. Thanks primarily to Joe Gibbs Racing's depth (three drivers in the championship four), Toyota also claimed its third manufacturer's title in the past ...Read more
When you have just one driver advance to the NASCAR Cup championship four and then he's not there at the end -- a season can be described as a disappointment.
At least that's the case at Ford, a manufacturer that's used to winning championships at the Cup level but didn't achieve that this season.
Although Stewart-Haas Racing's Kevin Harvick ...Read more
Kyle Busch has been crowned champion for a second time and the NASCAR Cup season has been put to bed.
What's to come for the upcoming 2020 season? Let's put this way: Although the season will begin as it usually does, with February's Daytona 500, changes are coming next season that have the potential to significantly alter the sport.
Here are ...Read more
When Kyle Busch won Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, he handed team owner Joe Gibbs his fifth NASCAR Cup championship trophy.
And a special and emotional season was complete for Joe Gibbs Racing.
The year began with the death of J.D. Gibbs, team owner Joe Gibbs' oldest son and the organization's co-chairman. J.D. Gibbs ...Read more
HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- Martin Truex Jr. seemed destined early on to run away with the Ford EcoBoost 400.
But a mistake on pit road deep into Stage 2 cost Truex everything and opened the field on Sunday to close out Homestead-Miami Speedway's 18-year hold on NASCAR's Championship weekend.
Truex rallied his way back to the front pack with his fellow...Read more
In what's been a season of transition, Martin Truex Jr. finds himself at the doorstep of his second NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Truex has seamlessly fit in at Joe Gibbs Racing, after spending five years at now-defunct Furniture Row Racing and where he won the title in 2017. He's one of four drivers -- along with teammates Kyle Busch and ...Read more
Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR Cup Series race last week at Texas Motor Speedway, meaning he's headed to the playoffs' final four on Nov. 17 at Homestead-Miami Speedway with Martin Truex Jr. and two other drivers who will be determined Sunday at Phoenix.
It's the fourth consecutive year Harvick -- the 2014 Cup champ -- has made it to the final ...Read more
MIAMI -- The first stop for Aric Almirola every time he steps off the plane in South Florida ahead of a race weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway is to find somewhere to get Cuban food for lunch.
Almirola, whose father emigrated from Cuba in the 1960s, grew up in Tampa, but now lives in North Carolina like so many of his fellow drivers do. There...Read more
MIAMI -- When Daniel Suarez was young, he never could have thought about driving in NASCAR.
Racing had its fans in his home of Monterrey, Mexico, but mostly it was for more of the internationally popular variants of the sport, like IndyCar or Formula One. He didn't really know anything about NASCAR until he was 15 or 16, about four or five ...Read more
The third round of the NASCAR Cup playoffs get cranked up this weekend at Martinsville Speedway after what can only be described as a scintillating end of the second round at Kansas.
There are plenty of story lines to follow heading into the third round, which also includes races at Texas and Phoenix. Here are five of them:
CONCORD, N.C. -- Chase Elliott got his revenge on the turn in the end, indulging in perhaps the first victory lap in the history of racing that ended in a deliberate crash. This time, when Elliott failed to make the sharp left turn that marks the beginning of Charlotte's Roval road course and drove straight into the wall, it was entirely ...Read more
- New schedule, new faces (new sponsor?): Changes coming to NASCAR in 2020
- Truex's pit road miscue sets up Busch to claim final NASCAR Cup Series win at Homestead
- Kevin Harvick on chasing NASCAR title: Not being dominant 'has made us work harder'
- Has Denny Hamlin's time finally come to win the NASCAR Cup championship?
- Hard to turn left? Chase Elliott hit the finish line, then the wall at NASCAR's Roval