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The Bottom Line: Martinsville
Winning at Martinsville is one of the toughest tasks in NASCAR, but the reward -- the grandfather clock trophy -- is unique and gratifying. Ricky Craven owns one, and he breaks down the keys to winning.
Blog: Vickers has support
As Brian Vickers misses another race with blood clots, one of his big sponsors -- Janssen Pharmaceuticals, whose blood thinner Vickers has used in the past -- is firmly behind him.
Logano edges Newman for Martinsville pole
Daytona 500 champion Joey Logano won the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway, and Chase Elliott earned the right to make his debut in the series by qualifying 27th.
RCR crew chief receives 3-race suspension
NASCAR suspended Richard Childress Racing crew chief Slugger Labbe for an illegal truck trailing arm on the No. 33 Sprint Cup car.
J.D. Gibbs getting treatment for brain issues
J.D. Gibbs, son of Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Joe Gibbs and president of Joe Gibbs Racing, has begun treatment for symptoms impacting areas of brain function, including speech and processing issues.
Ambrose says he 'can't deliver' as lead driver
Former NASCAR driver Marcos Ambrose says he asked to be temporarily replaced as a driver in Australia's V8 Supercars Series because he couldn't "deliver what's expected of me" as a lead driver at DJR Team Penske.
Keselowski wins at Fontana in wild finish
Brad Keselowski roared past Kurt Busch on the final lap and held off streaking Kevin Harvick to win at Fontana on Sunday, earning his first NASCAR victory of the season in a wild finish.
Caution foils Kurt Busch's first victory of 2015
Kurt Busch appeared set to earn his first Sprint Cup victory of the season before a caution with less than two laps remaining in the scheduled 200-lap race ended up foiling those plans Sunday at Auto Club Speedway.
Moffitt tabbed as Vickers' fill-in at Martinsville
Brett Moffitt will continue his role as replacement driver for Brian Vickers when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Martinsville Speedway this weekend.
Eldora Speedway founder Baltes dies at 93
Eldora Speedway founder Earl Baltes, who took the land that came with the Eldora Ballroom he purchased and turned it into one of the most well-known and prestigious dirt tracks in the country, died Monday morning at the age of 93.
Vickers needs blood thinners, out 3 months
Brian Vickers will miss at least three months while he is on blood thinners for clots that developed in his lungs Thursday.
Harvick wins at Fontana in dominant fashion
Kevin Harvick apparently isn't satisfied with dominating just one NASCAR race series this year.
Talladega to install additional SAFER barriers
Talladega Superspeedway will add an energy-absorbing barrier to three areas of its inside wall prior to its May 1-3 NASCAR race weekend.
Keselowski misses racing against rival Busch
Brad Keselowski has explored many past relationships in his personal blog, including his long rivalry with Carl Edwards.
Family court won't reopen Kurt Busch's case
Kurt Busch's request to have his protective order hearing reopened by a Kent County (Del.) Family Court commissioner was denied Tuesday.
Former employee sues MWR over termination
A former Michael Waltrip Racing tire changer claims he was fired from his $160,000-a-year job in August after he demanded to have surgery for an injury suffered on pit road.
Harvick makes it 4 straight wins at Phoenix
Defending NASCAR champion Kevin Harvick won his fourth consecutive race at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday.