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Busch overcame a costly penalty to snap a seven-race drought on the Truck Series by winning Friday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The Triple Crown is one of the most sought-after achievements in horse racing. It is an elusive, almost impossible feat that jockeys, trainers and owners all dream of accomplishing.
He is the nation's leading jockey and has been piling up victories in big races everywhere he goes.
Dick Trickle, a "short-track hero" in the '70s and '80s who moved to the NASCAR circuit later in his career, died Thursday.
Nine-times World champion Valentino Rossi will target an 80th career MotoGP win on Sunday at the French Grand Prix, where he also hopes to break his duck for the season.
WHERE HE STANDS: Jimmie Johnson remained in first place for the sixth straight week after Darlington.
Authorities in North Carolina say former NASCAR driver Dick Trickle has died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
President Barack Obama says military leaders are ashamed about the military's failure to stop sexual assaults in the ranks.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver and team owner Jennifer Jo Cobb is trying to get her team transporter back in time for this week's race at Charlotte.
For a while there, it looked as if the Preakness was shaping up to be a runaway victory for Kentucky Derby winner Orb.
Three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dario Franchitti topped the speed chart Wednesday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, turning a lap at an average of 224.236 mph in the fifth practice session for the May 26 race.
The rules surrounding Saturday night's Sprint All-Star Race continue to change, and fans are concerned the latest tweak is meant to benefit Danica Patrick.
Trainer Shug McGaughey walks Kentucky Derby winner Orb around the barn in preparation for the 138th Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on May 14, 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Behind a door just off the paddock area of Pimlico Race Course , several jockeys are prepping for the day's races.
J. Buescher 1-14; B. Silas 15-15; M. Paludo 16-20; J. Buescher J. Buescher 1-14; B. Silas 15-15; M. Paludo 16-20; J. Buescher 21-33; J. Burton 34-35; M. Crafton 36-39; J. Buescher 40-61; K. Busch 62-72; G. Quiroga Jr 73-73; D. Wallace Jr 74-80; J. Burton 81-84; T. Dillon 85-95; J. Burton 96-108; J. Buescher 109-114; J. Coulter 115-118; J. Burton ... (more)