In 2015, Richard Childress Racing put two of its three teams in the post-season Chase. Paul Menard says the goal this year is to top that.
Chip Ganassi Racing With Felix Sabates goes into the 2016 season looking for more success.
Michael Waltrip announced tonight he will drive the No. 83 BK Racing Toyota in this yearâs Daytona 500 with sponsorship from Maxwell House.
Joe Gibbs Racing has announced changes to its executive team today including the promotion of JD Gibbs to Co-Chairman.
Richard Petty Motorsports is looking to build off its consistency from last year, all the while bringing back a legacy number with a new driver for the 2016 Sprint Cup Series.
Tony Stewart, driver of the no. 14 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, sustained a burst fracture of the L1 vertebra in an all-terrain vehicle accident Sunday while vacationing on the West Coast.
After struggling for two years, Roush Fenway Racing is ready to contend for wins and championships once again in 2016.
SunEnergy1, one of the worldâs largest privately held solar energy companies, has joined 11-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports as a primary sponsor of rookie of the year contender Chase Elliott.
In 2015, Casey Mears and Germain Racing inched closer to a spot among the top 20 in the final point standings. Similar progress in 2016 would put them right where the team feels it belongs.
After a tough 2015 season, JTG Daugherty Racing made some changes as it looks to get back in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup with driver AJ Allmendinger.
Premium Motorsports announced it has signed Cole Whitt to drive the No. 98 car in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
Thereâs a new look to HScott Motorsports this year with veteran driver Clint Bowyer joining the organization.
Tony Stewart was hospitalized Sunday after suffering a back injury in a non-racing accident.
Entering its eighth season of Sprint Cup competition in 2016, Tommy Baldwin Racing is at a crossroads as the team made some changes, including a new face behind the wheel of its No. 7 Chevrolets.
Front Row Motorsports heads into the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season with a new driver lineup and new technical alliance with Roush Fenway Racing.
Ryan Blaney is prepared to take Wood Brothers Racing into its first full season in eight years, behind the wheel of the famed No. 21 Ford.
NASCAR officials and Sprint Cup team owners continue to move closer to a charter system in time for the 2016 season.
Leavine Family Racing has joined forces with Circle Sport Racing to run the full Sprint Cup schedule with drivers Michael McDowell and Ty Dillon.
Daytona International Speedwayâs $400 million DAYTONA Rising project officially opens this weekend with the running of the Rolex 24.
Barney Hall played a major role in bringing NASCAR to the forefront on radio during his legendary broadcasting career.