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  1. Johnson, 44, is tied with Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for the most Cup Series championships. He's hit a cold streak of late.
  2. New car remains on track for a 2021 debut that is being hailed by NASCAR industry as a game-changer.
  3. Advance Auto Parts' first race on Ryan Blaney's No. 12 Ford will be March 15 at Atlanta.
  4. The 52nd Snowball Derby will be run Dec. 8 at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.
  5. Myatt Snider made nine starts in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series in 2019, with eight top-10 finishes including a pair of runner-up showings.
  6. ORLANDO, FL. — If one championship celebration is sweet, then a repeat celebration is even sweeter. Such was the case for 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion, Tyler Reddick, who enjoyed his second Xfinity Champion's Tour in as many years on Wednesday at Universal Orlando Resort. Reddick, accompanied
  7. Kyle Busch is a two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion, and neither championship run came without its struggles. The driver of the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota may have dominated the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway last weekend, leading a race-high 120 of 267 laps and the final 45 circuits to
  8. Jimmie Johnson speaks publicly for the first time since revealing that 2020 will be the seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion's final season of racing. Watch it live on NASCAR.com starting at 4 p.m. ET from Hendrick Motorsports. Bookmark this page and check back later to hear from Johnson and stay
  9. Jimmie Johnson announces he'll make one more attempt at an eighth Cup title.
  10. Jimmie Johnson sat down next to Jeff Gordon at a 2001 driver meeting and asked the champion if he had time to offer any career advice. Gordon was so impressed with the fellow California native that he encouraged Rick Hendrick to start a team built specifically for the 25-year-old Johnson. It turned