Bryan Clauson's legacy, inspiration, lives on through organ donations
Bryan Clauson's death after a race accident last August left the people in his life devastated, but by being an organ donor, Clauson inspired thousands to join the cause. That will be his legacy, and one to be proud of.
Bryan Clauson's death accelerated safety conversation in roots racing
Investigation into Bryan Clauson's death from a racing accident last year has made other racers look into ways to make roots racing safer.
SC Featured: Clauson's legacy lives on.
Indy 500 driver Bryan Clauson died in August 2016 but his legacy lives on in a 64-year-old Army war veteran. For the full feature, tune in to SportsCenter on Sunday at 10 a.m. ET on ESPN.
Turn 4: Pressure on Dale Jr. to win now?
Can Dale Earnhardt Jr. make the playoffs on points alone or will it take a trip to Victory Lane to get him in? Who will win the Indy 500, and how will Fernando Alonso do? Is the 2018 Cup schedule a welcome change? Our gang has it.
Larson to start Charlotte race at back of field
Sprint Cup Series points leader Kyle Larson will be forced to start the Coca-Cola 600 at the back of the field Sunday after he failed to get through prequalifying inspection in time to make a qualifying lap at Charlotte.
Kevin Harvick won the pole for the NASCAR Cup race Sunday at Charlotte. Kyle Busch will start beside him when taking the green flag for the Coca-Cola 600.
NASCAR Cup Series points leader Kyle Larson gets out of his car as it passed prequalifying tech too late for him to make a lap. In the first race since 12 drivers didn't get through tech in time, just Larson and Corey LaJoie didn't get through Thursday at Charlotte.
NASCAR Cup Series rookie Daniel Suarez is animated to be in 'Cars 3'
When he competes in the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday, Suarez will race on the greatest day in motorsports and in the longest race in his career
The Team Penske Hall of Fame gained two new members today, with four-time Indy 500 winner Rick Mears and legendary engineer Karl Kainhofer being inducted.
On the 40th anniversary of "Star Wars," NASCAR driver Ryan Blaney -- a huge "Star Wars" fan -- compares his movie shirt collection to his old racing shirt collection:
Ryan Blaney doesn't have a win and currently is 14th in the Cup playoff standings, so points this weekend will be important for him at Charlotte Motor Speedway. How he feels about the race awarding points to the top-10 at the end of three stages in addition to full points at the end of the race instead of the top-10 for two stages and full points at the end of the race as in the rest of the regular-season races:
Stewart-Haas, Nature's Bakery tent. settle suit
Stewart-Haas Racing and Nature's Bakery have tentatively settled their lawsuit over the fig-bar company's dropping its sponsorship of Danica Patrick.
Stewart-Haas Racing and Nature's Bakery have tentatively settled their lawsuit over Nature's Bakery dropping sponsorship of Danica Patrick one season into the three-year deal. According to a court filing, they have executed settlement documents that require certain "deliverables" within the next 21 days. SHR must update the court of their settlement progress by June 23.
Ron Hornaday didn't even know until Tuesday that the NASCAR Hall of Fame vote was Wednesday. And now he is a member of the 2018 class. His reaction:
Robert Yates, who has been a NASCAR Hall of Fame voter himself, talks about how he handled himself during his career and what it means to him to be part of the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class:
Evernham, Yates headline 2018 HOF class
Former car owner and engine builder Robert Yates is joined by Ray Evernham, Ron Hornaday, Red Byron and Ken Squier in the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class.
NASCAR has announced the 2018 inductees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame: Robert Yates, Red Byron, Ray Evernham, Ken Squier, and Ron Hornaday, Jr. The NASCAR Landmark Award recipient will be Jim France.
The 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class: Robert Yates, Red Byron, Ray Evernham, Ken Squier and Ron Hornaday Jr.
Richard Petty Motorsports announced that Regan Smith will once again fill in for the injured Aric Almirola in this weekend's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. A replacement for future races has not been announced.
Regan Smith will continue to replace Aric Almirola this weekend while the Richard Petty Motorsports driver is out with a broken back. Almirola was injured in a May 13 accident at Kansas Speedway. Smith replaced him for the NASCAR Monster Energy Open all-star qualifying race Saturday, and RPM announced Wednesday that Smith would continue in the substitute role for the Coca-Cola 600 but didn't announce a driver beyond this weekend.
A panel of 54 members (including one combined fan vote) has selected the next five-member class to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, with the new inductees being revealed at 6 p.m. today. There are 20 nominees on the ballot, and each panelist chooses five. The five nominees with the most votes earn spots in the 2018 class.
Macy Causey makes history with late-model win
Macy Causey won at the same track former NASCAR drivers Jeff and Ward Burton got their starts. She was hospitalized Monday with strep throat and dehydration, but was released Tuesday and should be ready for her next race June 3.
The sounds of a race car: Daniel Suarez fired up a NASCAR car at a Boys & Girls Club/The Salvation Army center in Charlotte:
Indy to host NASCAR's regular-season finale
NASCAR is moving its regular-season finale from Richmond to Indianapolis for 2018 as part of several schedule changes announced Tuesday.
NASCAR will move Indianapolis to its Cup regular-season finale in 2018, according to a post on its website. The first playoff round will consist of Las Vegas, Richmond and Charlotte, with the Charlotte "roval" (part oval, part road course) being used for that event. Dover will open the second round and the final six races of the playoffs will remain the same. The Chicagoland race moved to July.
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