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  • NASCAR Notebook: Dollar General Leaving

    Joe Gibbs Racing will be looking for a replacement sponsor to take Dollar General’s spot on its No. 20 Sprint Cup Series Toyota in 2017.

  • Team Power Rankings

    The regular season is nearing the halfway mark and here’s a look at how Sprint Cup Series teams rank heading into Sunday's Coca-Cola 600.

  • Roush to Honor Old Friend at Charlotte

    Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s No. 17 Ford will proudly honor the ultimate sacrifice made by Jack Roush’s friend who lived two doors down in his hometown of Manchester, Ohio. Stenhouse's name will be replaced across the windshield by the name "SP4 James Woolard."

  • NASCAR Regrets Confusion

    The controversial ruling in Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star Race is something NASCAR officials regret happening.

  • NASCAR to Honor Fallen Service Members

    Continuing the sport’s long-standing tradition of honoring the United States Armed Forces, all 40 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers will bear the name of a fallen service member on their race car windshields during Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

  • All-Star Checkered and Black Flags

    Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway generated a great deal of discussion, both good and bad.

  • Million Dollar Night for Logano

    Joey Logano pocketed $1 Million by winning Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, his first victory in six attempts in the annual event.

  • Elliott, Patrick Sprint Fan Vote Winners

    Chase Elliott and Danica Patrick will compete in Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race after winning the Fan Vote.

  • Showdown Winners Join All-Star Field

    Trevor Bayne, Greg Biffle and Kyle Larson will join tonight's Sprint All-Star field after respectively winning the three Sprint Showdown segments.

  • Friday Washed Out at Charlotte

    Persistent rains that have plagued the Charlotte area cancelled Friday's on-track activity at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

  • Harvick Spoke With Kahne

    Kevin Harvick said he spoke directly to Kasey Kahne more than two months ago to address the now put-to-rest rumors swirling around the two drivers.

  • Same Mindset for Kenseth

    With a victory now under his belt, Matt Kenseth's outlook going forward hasn't changed as he builds momentum heading into two weeks of racing at Charlotte.

  • RPM and U.S. Air Force Partner for Research

    For the first time ever, Richard Petty Motorsports will partner with two U.S. Air Force Academy engineering students to conduct research and develop innovative new strategies during the summer portion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.

  • Kyle Busch Seeking First All-Star Win

    Kyle Busch has his sights set on scoring his first win in the Sprint All-Star Race.

  • MRN.com Weekend Preview

    NASCAR's annual Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway tops the weekend's motor sports slate that includes the Camping World Truck Series, the K&N Pro Series West, World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series and the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions.

  • Sprint All-Star Race History

    A look back at the history of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star race, which will be held for the 32nd time this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

  • Harvick Signs Contract Extension With SHR

    Stewart-Haas Racing has signed driver Kevin Harvick to a long-term contract extension.

  • Four Tires and Fuel: Charlotte All-Star

    Motor Racing Network Pit Reporters Kim Coon and Pete Pistone discuss a number of topics in this week's Charlotte All-Star edition of "Four Tires and Fuel."

  • DIS Takes Home Sports Facility of the Year

    Daytona International Speedway’s new $400 million motorsports stadium was named Sports Facility of the Year last night at SportsBusiness Journal’s 2016 Sports Business Awards in New York City.

  • Final All-Star Ride for Stewart

    Tony Stewart will make his last Sprint All-Star Race appearance Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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