|Burton driving for Michael Waltrip Racing in 2014
Jeff Burton has joined Michael Waltrip Racing to test and drive the No. 66 Toyota in a select number of races during the 2014 Sprint Cup Series season, the team announced on Monday.
|Stewart-Haas, Roush Fenway make changes to teams for 2014
Both Stewart-Haas Racing and Roush Fenway Racing announced multiple personnel changes in their competition departments for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series seasons.
|The Inside Line: Sorry, McNabb, but Johnson really is an athlete
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb said last Friday on the Fox Sports 1 show "Fox Sports Live" that Jimmie Johnson is not an athlete.
|Larson's Nationwide team penalized for Homestead violations
NASCAR has penalized Kyle Larson's No. 32 team in the Nationwide Series after his car failed post-race inspection this past Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
|Busch's team not competing in Nationwide Series next season
Kyle Busch confirmed after the conclusion of Saturday's race at Homestead-Miami Speedway that he is shutting down his Nationwide Series team due to lack of sponsorship.
|Hornish grabs Nationwide pole at Homestead, Dillon starts 11th
Championship contender Sam Hornish Jr. will start on the pole for Saturday's season-ending race in the Nationwide Series while points leader Austin Dillon qualified 11th at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
|Kenseth wins Homestead pole, Johnson qualifies seventh
Matt Kenseth gained ground in his battle with Jimmie Johnson for the Sprint Cup Series championship by winning the pole for Sunday's season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
|Blaney on pole for Homestead truck race
Ryan Blaney claimed the pole position, while soon-to-be crowned Camping World Truck Series champion Matt Crafton qualified eighth for Friday night's Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
|Crafton assured Truck Series title with Homestead start
Crafton is expected to set a new record as the longest-tenured driver in the history of the series to claim his first title. He holds the record for most consecutive truck starts, currently at 315. His streak began at the start of the 2001 season.
|Dillon, Hornish Jr. set for title showdown in South Florida
Dillon, the 23-year-old grandson of NASCAR multi-team owner Richard Childress, is attempting to become the third driver to win a championship in both the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series. Greg Biffle and Johnny Benson have accomplished the feat. Dillon won the truck title in 2011. Last year, he finish third in points in his Nationwide rookie season.