• Nemechek embraces title opportunity after uncertain season Nemechek doesn't feel fortunate just to be one of eight drivers in this season's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoffs, which start Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (1 p.m. ET on FS1). Wed
  • Bell feels no pressure entering Truck Series Playoffs CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Christopher Bell rolled through the NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series regular season showing he's capable of winning races and that he's championship-worthy. Wed
  • Auto Racing Glance MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES: ISM CONNECT 300 (300 laps, 317.4 miles around a 1.058-mile flat oval), New Hampshire Motor Speedway; Loudon, N.H. Wed
  • Rossi set to race in Spain with broken leg Yamaha's Valentino Rossi will try to make a race return in Spain this weekend, three weeks after breaking his leg in an off-road training accident, if MotoGP doctors give him the green light. Wed
  • Sadler seeking first Xfinity championship CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- JR Motorsports driver Elliott Sadler could rightfully be called the dean of the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Tue
  • Byron seeks redemption in NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- At Phoenix International Raceway, the next-to-last event in last year's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoff, William Byron's championship hopes exploded when the engine in his No. 9 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota did likewise. Tue
  • Rossi 'positive' as Aragon decision looms Valentino Rossi will have a medical before deciding whether to try to compete in this weekend's Aragon MotoGP round in Spain, three weeks after breaking his leg, his Yamaha team said. Tue
  • Rossi considers return in Spanish MotoGP Italian great Valentino Rossi has not ruled out a return to MotoGP in Spain this weekend, three weeks after breaking his right leg, after getting back on a bike for some test laps on Monday. Tue
  • Truex, Busch look like unstoppable Toyota tandem Although he's letting his driving do the talking, Martin Truex Jr. has declared this year's NASCAR championship is his to win. Kyle Busch confirmed it may be his title to lose. Mon
  • F1 playing blame game after Vettel smash Sebastian Vettel's temperament is under the spotlight again after the Ferrari driver's hopes of seizing back the Formula One lead disappeared in a few seconds of mayhem at the Singapore Grand Prix. Mon
  • Pit road mistakes derail strong run by Kyle Busch JOLIET, Ill. -- Kyle Busch can expect some second-guessing after mistakes in Sunday's Tales of the Turtles 400 at Chicagoland Speedway relegated the pole-sitter to a 15th-place finish. Sun
  • Ricciardo spearheading Red Bull F1 charge Daniel Ricciardo doesn't expect a three-way tussle for the Formula One world championship just yet, despite a good weekend for his team at the Singapore Grand Prix. Sun
  • Hamilton wins Singapore GP, Ricciardo 2nd The Australian has again rued his Red Bull's lack of pace after being runner-up for the third-straight time at Marina Bay in Sunday's incident-packed race. Sun
  • Vettel out of Singapore GP Sebastian Vettel's hopes of vaulting back into the overall Formula One world championship lead were wrecked by a first corner collision on the opening lap of the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday. Sun
  • Perez sticking with F1 team Force India Mexican driver Sergio Perez will stay at Force India next season in an unchanged line-up with Frenchman Esteban Ocon, the Formula One team said. Sun
  • Allgaier wins Xfinity Series regular-season finale JOLIET, Ill. -- Justin Allgaier had the drive of his life. Brendan Gaughan was hanging on for dear life. Sat
  • Johnson encouraged by 14th-place qualifying effort JOLIET, Ill. -- Jimmie Johnson will start what he hopes is a run to his eighth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship from the 14th position on the grid in Sunday's Tales of the Turtles 400 at Chicagoland Speedway (Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on NBCSN). Sat
  • Sauter wins at Chicagoland; Rhodes claims playoff spot JOLIET, Ill. -- Johnny Sauter served notice that he's ready to make a spirited defense of his 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship. Sep 16
  • Busch wins playoff pole at Chicagoland Speedway JOLIET, Ill. -- Fresh from a Twitter war with Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch proved a point with his pole run at Chicagoland Speedway--and may just have proved Keselowski's as well. Sep 15
  • Red Bull and Renault brush off 'break-up' The Formula One giants behind Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo, Renault and Red Bull, have both described as "speculation" reports that they will be ending their engine partnership after next season. Sep 15