Keselowski Blasts NASCAR As 'Entertainment' Over Playoff Rule Enforcement

Let’s call the Chase for the Sprint Cup what it is: a playoff. When you’re closing out the season, that’s the worst time to start enforcing rules more strictly. After an unusually strict restart penalty, Brad Keselowski called NASCAR “an entertainment sport” as opposed to a “fair” one, questioning NASCAR’s credibility… »9/30/15 3:51pmWednesday 3:51pm

Clint Bowyer's NASCAR Sprint Cup Hopes May Be Squashed By Penalty

Volkswagen isn’t the only entity caught with stuff on their cars that violates the rules this week. The number 15 Michael Waltrip Racing car of Chase for the Sprint Cup participant Clint Bowyer was found with improperly installed parts found during the opening day inspection last week at Chicagoland Speedway. »9/26/15 10:00am9/26/15 10:00am

Race Cars Are Not An Efficient Tool For Removing Grass, Kyle Busch

After finally cracking into the top 30 in the Sprint Cup standings last weekend with a second place finish at Watkins Glen, Kyle Busch had an unfortunate off in practice this morning that will force him to use a back-up car for tomorrow’s race. Per Autoweek, that back-up car means he’ll start from the back. »8/15/15 3:14pm8/15/15 3:14pm