Larson reinstated to compete in NASCAR in 2021
NASCAR has cleared Kyle Larson to return in 2021, ending his long suspension for using a racial slur while playing a video racing game.
Logano holds off Harvick for spot in Phoenix
Sunday's win was the first for Joey Logano since before the COVID-19 pandemic began, but it came at the best of times, giving Team Penske a couple of weeks to prepare for another title run rather than stress about races at Texas and Martinsville.
Bowyer couldn't turn down shot at broadcasting
Clint Bowyer was hoping to spend 2021 racing in NASCAR's Cup Series, saying he didn't want to retire during a pandemic-delayed season that has limited spectators at the tracks, but a chance to start a full-time broadcasting career was too good to ignore.
Elliott wins as Kyle Busch bounced from playoffs
Chase Elliott won Sunday on the hybrid road course-oval at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where four drivers, including reigning champion Kyle Busch, were eliminated from title contention.
NASCAR to run first dirt race in Cup since 1970
NASCAR will field six road-course races; the first dirt race for the Cup Series since 1970; and new stops in Nashville, Tennessee, and Austin, Texas, in the 2021 schedule, it announced Wednesday. Gone are races at Kentucky Speedway and Chicagoland.
Kentucky, Chicagoland off '21 NASCAR schedule
Kentucky Speedway has lost its spot on NASCAR's schedule for 2021, the racetrack said Tuesday night. In addition, the mayor of Joliet, Illinois, told The Athletic that Chicagoland Speedway is also off the '21 calendar.
Michael Jordan's road to being a NASCAR owner, 14 years in the making
Michael Jordan is now a NASCAR team owner. His teaming up with Denny Hamlin and Bubba Wallace isn't as strange as it might sound.
Stephen A.: MJ is becoming a pioneer by forming NASCAR team
Stephen A. Smith explains how Michael Jordan is becoming a pioneer and diversifying NASCAR by forming a team with Bubba Wallace as the driver.
Jordan, Hamlin fielding NASCAR Cup car with Wallace as driver
Ryan McGee explains how Michael Jordan came to partner with Denny Hamlin to field a NASCAR Cup car that will have Bubba Wallace as the driver.