Daytona Rising by the numbers
NASCAR Race Hub’s Adam Alexander and Danielle Trotta take you inside the numbers of the historic Daytona Rising project.
Steer Clear: Dip, dive, duck and dodge the wrecks at Talladega
Watch as a select few drivers weave their way through the mayhem of wrecks at Talladega Superspeedway
NSCS GarageCam walks the 'garage' Blvd in 'Dega
Strolling the infield Boulevard at Talladega is the thing to do, but Matthew Dillner and GarageCam stroll the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garage to find your favorite cars and stars.
Allmendinger's Darlington look to honor 1975 Rookie of the Year
RELATED: Buy Darlington tickets " '16 throwback schemes " SHOP: 'Dinger gear AJ Allmendinger ’s Darlington throwback paint scheme will honor Kansas native Bruce Hill's 1970s-era No. 47 with a Kroger/Kingsford red, white and blue theme, JTG Daugherty Racing announced today. Allmendinger will drive the car in the Bojangles' Southern 500 on Sept. 4 (6 p.m. ET, NBC, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). Allmendinger and Hill, the 1975 Cup series Rookie of the Year, will meet for the first time on Friday at Kansas Speedway . "It is an honor, quite honestly," Hill said in a release. "Being remembered for something is always an honor, especially as big as the sport has gotten." Hill made starts in NASCAR's premier series in eight seasons with his best coming in his rookie year, 1975. He earned three top fives and 11 top 10s on his way to finishing 16th in driver points. He continued racing in the then-Winston Cup series through 1981. Hill now lives in his hometown of Topeka, Kansas, where he raises show horses on a ranch. "I'm really looking forward to meeting Bruce on Friday," Allmendinger said in the release. "I think what Darlington Raceway does to recognize former NASCAR drivers and the heritage of the sport is unprecedented. It's a great way to celebrate our sport and the people who made it what it is today. It's pretty neat to see all the sponsors and teams really get into it."
NASCAR Streak to the Finish: Who can shine under the lights?
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and Chris Rice tell you who to pick and who to stay away from at Kansas Speedway for NASCAR's Streak to the Finish fantasy game.
Elliott is the best bang for your buck
Marty Snider and Chris Rice tell you which drivers should do well at Kansas Speedway and who is the best value pick for your NASCAR Fantasy Live roster
May the Fourth be with NASCAR
Take a look at some "Star Wars" themed NASCAR paint schemes that have hit the track over the years.
NSCS GarageCam: The Colossus edition!
GarageCam host Matthew Dillner takes you on a tour of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series garage at Bristol Motor Speedway and talks to Dale Earnhardt Jr., Martin Truex Jr., and Brad Keselowski as they prepare for the Food City 500.
By the numbers : Kyle Busch's dominance
Just how dominant has Kyle Busch been since returning from injuries suffered in the season-opening NASCAR XFINITY Series race? This dominant: SPRINT CUP SERIES Starts: 14 Wins: 4 Top fives: 5 Top 10s: 8 Laps led: 528 Average finish: 12.1 XFINITY SERIES Starts: 7 Wins: 3 Top fives: 7 Top 10s: 7 Laps led: 360 Average finish: 2.0 CAMPING WORLD TRUCK TRUCK Starts: 3 Wins: 2 Top fives: 3 Top 10s: 3 Laps led: 101 Average finish: 1.3 COMBINED Starts: 24 Wins: 9 Top fives: 15 Top 10s: 18 Laps led: 989
By the Numbers : Jeff Gordon at Charlotte
RELATED: A look back at Gordon's career Jeff Gordon will make his 46th and likely final NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday. Take a look at his career highlights at the 1.5-mile track.