It’s Official: Stewart To Retire Following 2016 Season


After 17 years competing at NASCAR’s highest level, Tony Stewart has confirmed that his 18thyear in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be his last. The three-time series champion will retire following the 2016 season, whereupon Clint Bowyer will take the wheel of the No. read more

NASCAR Confirms Talks On New Ownership Model Underway


NASCAR Senior Vice President and Corporate Communications Officer Brett Jewkes confirmed today that the sanctioning body has held talks with Sprint Cup Series owners with an eye toward implementing a new ownership model, as early as 2016. “Earlier today, NASCAR met with read more

COMMENTARY: The Witless Pursuit Of Consistency


Brad Keselowski was black-flagged by NASCAR on Lap 243 of Sunday’s Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, after the driver of the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford jumped a restart. It was exactly what a vocal group of drivers, team owners, media members and fans have been read more