What's behind the name on Brad Keselowski's car? NASCAR drivers in the Coca-Cola 600 will honor fallen military members with their names on the windshields. Hickory's Chris Eckard, a Marine killed in Afghanistan, is among those honored.
When NASCAR driver Daniel Suarez starts Sunday's Coca-Cola 600, he'll already make history along with two other former Drive for Diversity participants. After success in Charlotte in the NASCAR All-Star Race, will he get his first win, too?
NASCAR: Kyle Busch won the pole for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, plus other notes from qualifying. The biggest storyline: All-Star Race winner Kevin Harvick failing inspection three times and starting from the rear.
A 1965 article in Esquire magazine, by the late journalist Tom Wolfe and about former driver Junior Johnson, gave NASCAR national exposure. It was a milestone for the sport, which at the time was hoping to break out of NC and the South.
Former NASCAR driver and current Indy driver Danica Patrick revealed new details about how she met beau Aaron Rodgers, the star quarterback for NFL's Green Bay Packers, at the 2012 ESPYs. She spoke on "The Jenny McCarthy Show."
2018 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway is Sunday, May 27. Six NASCAR Cup Series drivers have a shot to win. Favorites: Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. and Jimmie Johnson. Dark horses: Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin and Austin Dillon.
Austin Dillon — the 2018 Daytona 500 champion, who Sunday will race to defend his title at the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte — lives not in a monstrous mansion or a posh penthouse, but in a 2,300-square-foot barn in rural North Carolina.
2018 NASCAR Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 happens Sunday, May 27 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina. Here's the information you need, including TV channels, radio, start times, favorites, drivers trending up and down, more.
The NASCAR Hall of Fame announced its Class of 2019 on Wednesday, headlined by four-time Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon. Gordon will be joined by Alan Kulwicki, Davey Allison, Roger Penske and Jack Roush.
The NASCAR Hall of Fame will announce its official class of 2019 on Wednesday, and four-time Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon should headline the class. Other predictions include Alan Kulwicki, Buddy Baker, Davey Allison, and team owner Jack Roush.
NASCAR Hall of Fame executive director Winston Kelley spoke with the Observer the day before voting for the 2019 class, discussing everything from Jeff Gordon to improvements coming to the Hall and even Danica Patrick's candidacy.