LOUDON, N.H. — Kevin Harvick has thrived as NASCAR's version of a Game 7 master, steeling his nerves and flourishing in those win-or-else races that kept a championship push alive.
LOUDON, N.H. — Matt Kenseth has to be one of the happiest drivers in NASCAR right now.
LOUDON, N.H. — William Byron aced the inaugural Chase race in NASCAR's truck series.
JOLIET, Ill. — Martin Truex went from a completely unraveled tire that left him a lap down to his first stint at the top of the Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship standings.
JOLIET, Ill. — If you're looking for a driver with a strong head of steam entering the Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship, you're probably not thinking of Jimmie Johnson.
JOLIET, Ill. — Erik Jones passed Elliott Sadler with nine laps to go and held off Kyle Larson to win Saturday's Xfinity series race at Chicagoland Speedway, and Ryan Sieg and Blake Koch claimed the final two spots for the inaugural Chase for the Championship in NASCAR's second-tier series.
JOLIET, Ill. — Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman left a NASCAR-mandated meeting Friday insisting their dustup last weekend is behind them and no apologies are needed.
RICHMOND, Va. — After seven months and 26 regular-season races, NASCAR has hit that part of the year that really matters. The start of the playoffs signifies a shift in attitude and aggression.
A look at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship field, which was set after Saturday's race at Richmond. The 10-driver Chase starts with 16 drivers. The field is cut to 12 drivers after the first three races, then eight after six, then four drivers going into the finale, Nov. 20 at Homestead.
RICHMOND, Va. — It was yet another Denny Hamlin runaway for Joe Gibbs Racing on Saturday night in what turned out to be an anticlimactic end to NASCAR's regular season.