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Out Five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams pulled out of the grass-court Grand Slam tournament because of a lower back injury.
Last year, Harmon and a business partner stole at least seven vehicles from NASCAR truck racer Jennifer Jo Cobb, according to investigators.
Sunday was a historic win for Greg Biffle as he secured Ford's 1000th NASCAR win.
Last month, Jennifer Jo Cobb accused fellow NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Mike Harmon of stealing her team transporter .
Arrest warrants have been issued for a NASCAR driver, and his business associate, after investigators say they stole at least seven vehicles from a competitor.
Lee Spencer is the senior NASCAR writer for FOXSports.com. She has provided award-winning coverage of auto racing over the last 15 years.
Greg Biffle raced to his second straight Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway, easily holding off Kevin Harvick after points leader Jimmie Johnson smacked the wall in the final laps Sunday.
Penske said Saturday "I think Brad had some misinformation," when the defending Sprint Cup champion accused Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing of luring away Penske employees in an effort to steal information.
When it comes to big moments, Trevor Bayne seems to find himself in the right place at the right time.
During a visit to Ford Motor Co.' s Dearborn headquarters Thursday, Edwards was invited to drive Sweepstakes, the 1901 racer that helped cement Henry Ford as a player in the burgeoning American auto industry.
Sprint Cup points leader Jimmie Johnson arrived at Michigan International Speedway with a comfortable lead in the standings, but he's still trying for his first win there in NASCAR's top series.