NASCAR Homestead: Byron charges through the pack to dominate
Why a British prospect is trying to make it in NASCAR
Keselowski: NASCAR will "reap what we sow" with extra road courses
Bell not "overly shocked" to claim first NASCAR Cup win
NASCAR Daytona road course: Bell passes Logano for first Cup win

William Byron dominated the NASCAR Cup race at Homestead for Hendrick Motorsports to record his first victory of the season and ensure a playoff place

Why a British prospect is trying to make it in NASCAR Plus

There has never been a full-time British driver in the NASCAR Cup. But Alex Sedgwick, who is rising through the stock car ranks, wants that to change and could be a trailblazer for European talents to reach the top echelons of the NASCAR ladder

Penske team-mates Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano are split over the NASCAR Cup series' increased road course intake, with the former believing the series must "reap what we sow."

Christopher Bell says he is not "overly shocked" at winning his first career NASCAR Cup race on a road course, although he believes to win at Daytona "is quite surprising"

Christopher Bell hunted down leader Joey Logano in the closing laps of the NASCAR Cup Series race on the Daytona road course to record his maiden at the 38th attempt

NASCAR Homestead: Byron charges through the pack to dominate

William Byron dominated the NASCAR Cup race at Homestead for Hendrick Motorsports to record his first victory of the season and ensure a playoff place

Why a British prospect is trying to make it in NASCAR Plus

Why a British prospect is trying to make it in NASCAR

There has never been a full-time British driver in the NASCAR Cup. But Alex Sedgwick, who is rising through the stock car ranks, wants that to change and could be a trailblazer for European talents to reach the top echelons of the NASCAR ladder

Keselowski: NASCAR will "reap what we sow" with extra road courses

Penske team-mates Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano are split over the NASCAR Cup series' increased road course intake, with the former believing the series must "reap what we sow."

Bell not "overly shocked" to claim first NASCAR Cup win

Christopher Bell says he is not "overly shocked" at winning his first career NASCAR Cup race on a road course, although he believes to win at Daytona "is quite surprising"

NASCAR Daytona road course: Bell passes Logano for first Cup win

Christopher Bell hunted down leader Joey Logano in the closing laps of the NASCAR Cup Series race on the Daytona road course to record his maiden at the 38th attempt

Daytona chicane undergoes changes after driver criticism

NASCAR has made changes to the backstretch chicane of the Daytona International Speedway Road Course ahead of this weekend's racing following criticism by drivers

From the archive: Dale Earnhardt Sr looks ahead to 2001

The death of Dale Earnhardt Sr at the 2001 Daytona 500 shocked NASCAR to the core. Days before his accident, in the 15 February 2001 issue of Autosport magazine, 'The Intimidator' shared his expectations of challenging for an eighth Cup title with JONATHAN INGRAM

Memories of the day we lost NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt

On the 20th anniversary of Dale Earnhardt Sr's death on the final lap of the 2001 Daytona 500, JIM UTTER reflects on his memories of NASCAR's darkest weekend

Hamlin laments lack of Toyotas on NASCAR Cup grid for Daytona 500

Denny Hamlin believes "a lack of numbers" in NASCAR Cup teams using Toyota machinery played a "big role" in the Daytona 500, potentially costing him a fourth victory

Daytona 500 winner McDowell "never lost hope" amid long win drought

Daytona 500 winner Michael McDowell says he "never lost of hope" of winning in the NASCAR Cup Series for the first time after 18 years and 358 race starts

Daytona 500: Maiden NASCAR win for McDowell after fiery final-lap crash

Michael McDowell scored his first NASCAR Cup Series win in the heavily-delayed Daytona 500, after a fiery final-lap crash eliminated the leading Penske duo of Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski

Jordan: Wallace has talent to "learn how to win" NASCAR Cup races

23XI Racing co-owner Michael Jordan says driver Bubba Wallace has the talent to "learn how to win" in the NASCAR Cup Series this year

Jones and Truex to start NASCAR Daytona 500 from the back

Erik Jones and Martin Truex Jr are the latest NASCAR Cup drivers to be hit with a penalty before the Daytona 500, taking the number of drivers penalised to eight

NASCAR would be "surprised" to attract new OEMs without hybrid move

NASCAR president Steve Phelps says he would "surprised" if a new OEM opted to enter the top level of stock car racing without provision for an electric hybrid system

1990 Daytona winner Cope plans aggression on NASCAR swansong

One-time Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope says the NASCAR Cup regulars will "know I am there" in his final competition appearance on Sunday, 10 years after his last Daytona start

Remembering the 1981 Daytona 500: Richard Petty's last hurrah

Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher have both won seven Formula 1 world championships, but only one man has conquered NASCAR's Daytona 500 seven times - Richard Petty. Four decades on, TOM HOWARD revisits The King's record-setting final win in 1981

NASCAR start time: What time does the Daytona 500 start?

Alex Bowman will lead the field to green in this weekend's NASCAR Cup season-opening Daytona 500. Here's how and when you can watch the race

Toyota optimistic of adding more teams to NASCAR Cup roster

Toyota Racing's NASCAR chief David Wilson has revealed he's in talks with two potential new team owners that are not currently involved in America's premier stock car racing series

Larson exceeded expectations during NASCAR suspension - Hendrick

Kyle Larson "did 10 times" what was expected of him during his suspension from NASCAR after using a racial slur in an i-Racing event, according to new boss Rick Hendrick

Aric Almirola, Austin Dillon secure Duel wins, Daytona 500 grid set

Aric Almirola and Austin Dillon claimed victories in the two 150-mile Duel races that set the grid for Sunday's Daytona 500, which formally begins the NASCAR Cup season

Why a British prospect is trying to make it in NASCAR Plus

Why a British prospect is trying to make it in NASCAR

There has never been a full-time British driver in the NASCAR Cup. But Alex Sedgwick, who is rising through the stock car ranks, wants that to change and could be a trailblazer for European talents to reach the top echelons of the NASCAR ladder

NASCAR
Feb 28, 2021
Autosport's top 5 NASCAR machines Plus

Autosport's top 5 NASCAR machines

The American stock car scene is more famous for its close racing and occasional punch-ups, but there have been some fantastic machines too. As part of Autosport's 70th anniversary celebrations in 2020, we picked out five of its best

NASCAR
Jan 3, 2021
Why NASCAR's latest second-generation champion is just getting started Plus

Why NASCAR's latest second-generation champion is just getting started

Chase Elliott's late charge to the 2020 NASCAR Cup title defied predictions that it would be a Kevin Harvick versus Denny Hamlin showdown. While the two veterans are showing no signs of slowing down, Elliott's triumph was a window into NASCAR's future

NASCAR
Nov 17, 2020
Why Johnson’s playoff failure won’t tarnish his legacy Plus

Why Johnson’s playoff failure won’t tarnish his legacy

The last season of a retiring NASCAR great has shown promise, and may have resulted in another playoff push without small issues outside his control. 2020 won't be the year Jimmie Johnson would have wanted, but it won't be what he is remembered for

NASCAR
Sep 3, 2020
Why a Le Mans winner is heading into the “unknown world” of NASCAR Plus

Why a Le Mans winner is heading into the “unknown world” of NASCAR

Comparing Porsche's 919 HYBRID LMP1 to NASCAR is motorsport's equivalent of apples and oranges, but this weekend one of Weissach's top works aces will pit his skills against the regulars and revive the tradition of the 'road-course ringer'

NASCAR
Aug 13, 2020
The NASCAR experiment that could teach F1 a lesson Plus

The NASCAR experiment that could teach F1 a lesson

While Formula 1 rejected the chance to trial reversed grids at double-header races in 2020, NASCAR rolled the dice by flipping the top 20 for the second legs at Darlington, Charlotte and Pocono. Autosport crunches the data to assess whether F1 missed a trick

NASCAR
Jul 8, 2020
Why NASCAR's bold return could be make or break Plus

Why NASCAR's bold return could be make or break

OPINION: NASCAR's announcement that it will return with a series of behind-closed-doors races later this month is a bold move. It could inspire other sporting events to follow suit, but equally risks setting coronavirus recovery measures back even further

NASCAR
May 1, 2020
How a NASCAR veteran landed a deserved farewell tour Plus

How a NASCAR veteran landed a deserved farewell tour

Chip Ganassi Racing has turned to a semi-retired NASCAR champion to replace the fired Kyle Larson. But as the decision to end his full-time Cup career in 2017 was made for him, it could be the farewell tour that a modern great deserves

NASCAR
Apr 29, 2020