Motorsports editor Jeff Gluck recently finished his eighth season covering NASCAR – his fifth on a full-time basis – and has attended nearly 200 Sprint Cup races for various publications. Prior to his NASCAR writing, he worked for newspapers covering "stick-and-ball sports" at every level, from high school football to college basketball to the Super Bowl. Gluck, a California native and University of Delaware graduate, is a past vice president of the National Motorsports Press Association.
NASCAR Lionel Collectables released its list of the 10 best-selling cars, and there are no surprises at the top.
Out of all the drivers to do a Gangnam Style dance and post it to YouTube, would you have guessed Kyle Busch would be the one to do it?
NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson says drivers should save their equipment for later in the race instead of using it up early, citing Kyle Busch as proof.
Halfway through December, most NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams have already announced their driver lineups for 2013.
Tony Eury Jr. says his relationship with cousin Dale Earnhardt Jr. is in "good shape" despite how the crew chief's tenure at JR Motorsports ended.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. crew chief Steve Letarte says it may sound simple, but it all comes down to speed. The No. 88 team needs more of it in 2013.
The new car has a grip level that makes it faster than ever before, and Denny Hamlin has a bruised knee to show for it.
In order to learn more about how the 2013 cars handle in traffic, several drivers ran 15-lap 'heat races' to gain more understanding of their new rides.
Joe Gibbs Racing's newest driver was excited for his first day of work – maybe a little too excited.
The 2013 car is already 'leaps and bounds better' than the crappy COT everyone hated. At least that's what Dale Earnhardt Jr. said on Tuesday.
Swan Racing makes another key hire with the addition of crew chief Tony Eury Jr., who was most recently at JR Motorsports.
In our ongoing look at NASCAR fans, here's a profile of 23-year Navy veteran and longtime Earnhardt fan Mike Mitchell.
Scott will leave Joe Gibbs Racing for Richard Childress Racing's No. 2 car, which was most recently driven by Elliott Sadler.
Who had the coolest and ugliest paint schemes of 2012? Who overachieved and who underachieved? What were the most memorable moments, crashes, finishes and races? Here are our picks for those categories...and more.
NASCAR TV broadcasters mentioned one driver far more than any other this season. Can you guess who it might be?
After a year of part-time schedules, Brendan Gaughan is back in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for a full-time ride next season.
Jimmie Johnson says despite a 20-point deficit, he strongly felt the No. 48 team – not Brad Keselowski's No. 2 team – would leave Homestead as champions.
David Stremme's Inception Racing has been sold to an oil company owner, who will fund the No. 30 car next year with Stremme as the driver.
Miguel Paludo, who finished 10th in the NASCAR Truck standings this season, will remain with his current team next season.
Auto racing was grouped with soccer, tennis and golf in a recent Rasmussen Reports poll on America's favorite sport.