The IndyCar Series opener scheduled for March in Brazil's capital was canceled on Thursday.

Kyle Larson, flashing his new Rolex watch, was unfazed Thursday after learning Chase Elliott was going to replace Jeff Gordon in the iconic No. 24.

While driving Dale Earnhardt's legendary black No. 3 Chevrolet last season was the experience of a lifetime for Austin Dillon, "nothing crazy happened" in his rookie season.

Chase Elliott will replace Jeff Gordon in the No. 24 Chevrolet when the four-time NASCAR champion gives up his seat at the end of this season.

Energized by a restructured driver lineup and a renewed relationship with Honda, McLaren showed off its new Formula One car that the English team expects will restore its fortunes.

The NASCAR Hall of Fame's sponsorship revenue has dropped sharply in the past few years.

The Wood Brothers have pushed Ryan Blaney's schedule to 18 Sprint Cup Series races this season.

NASCAR Hall of Famer and former three-time Cup champion David Pearson is recovering from a mild stroke he suffered on Dec. 9.

Sam Hornish Jr. is finally back in the Sprint Cup Series after a four-year absence, in a ride Richard Petty Motorsports insists it is committed to fielding for the entire year.

IndyCar on Wednesday returned Brian Barnhart to his former role as head of race control.

Roush Fenway Racing enters a season of rebuilding following a self-described "brutal" 2014 that included just two Sprint Cup wins and top driver Carl Edwards defection to Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of the year.

Tony Stewart won't be back in a sprint car, by his own estimation, for "a very, very long time."

Danica Patrick begins her third full season at NASCAR's top level facing an uncertain future.

Tony Stewart, walking without a limp for the first time in 18 months, declared himself pain-free and never more eager to start a season.

Kurt Busch is confident he is in line for his best NASCAR season ever despite a domestic violence case that could keep him off the track.

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