The No. 3 car belonged to Dale Earnhardt Sr. from the 1984 season until his death in 2001, but the car is making an appearance this season as a regular racing car. However, it's not Dale Jr. who is driving it.
Danica Patrick won the pole of the Daytona 500 on Sunday, becoming the first woman in NASCAR history to win the pole position of a Cup Series event. Patrick turned in a qualifying speed of 196.434, besting fellow drivers Jeff Gordon, Trevor Bayne, Ryan Newman and teammate Tony Stewart...
For the second straight week, Jimmie Johnson found himself in victory lane, as he took the checkered flag at the AAA Texas 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday. It was Johnson's fifth victory of the season and the 60th of his impressive career.
Jimmie Johnson stood in victory lane on Sunday after winning the Tums Fast Relief 500 in Martinsville, Virginia. It was Johnson's fourth victory of the season and his first in the 10-race championship series.
Just when things start to look up for Dale Earnhardt Jr., bad luck strikes again. Earnhardt will miss the next two races in the chase for the Sprint Cup Championship in Charlotte and Kansas due to a concussion. This will end his championship run.
On Sunday at Talladega, defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champ Tony Stewart set off a 25-car wreck, which somehow Matt Kenseth avoided, allowing him to come away with the win under caution. Fortunately this huge pile-up didn't lead to any infield confrontations, but quite often they do. The NASCAR circuit…
Attention all Nascar fans, Dale Earnhardt Jr. was on "CBS This Morning," and he read a note to his 16 year-old self, advising him on racing, family and confidence. The letter is extremely moving, emotional and inspiring, and I thought I would pass it on to you!