Austin Dillon and the No. 3 return to Daytona victory lane on the anniversary of Dale Earnhardt's death; Bubba Wallace gives Richard Petty a historic ride for the ages; and what was with all that blocking? Dustin Long and Nate Ryan analyze a wild 60th running of the Daytona 500.
The defending Daytona 500 winner on his celebration with Rob Gronkowski, delivering a ring to Tony Stewart, sneaking into short tracks, contract negotiation hurdles and his stature in NASCAR entering his 18th season.
The statistical guru provides his impressions of NASCAR in 2018, including why Erik Jones and William Byron were good moves, his championship favorites and the chances of Martin Truex Jr. repeating his title.
The defending Cup series champion on rooting for the Eagles at his first Super Bowl, the decision to take less to stay at Furniture Row Racing and the Odd Couple dynamics that make his title team tick.
The SiriusXM radio host and indie-rock legend returns to discuss who is best: Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt or Jimmie Johnson? ... how to fix the All-Star Race ... returning NASCAR to its roots ... the best driving songs ... and is rock and roll dead?
The IndyCar Series champion on his infatuation with NASCAR, how Team Penske shares ideas and technology across its racing series, what Danica Patrick's chances are at the 2018 Indy 500 and why his offseason has been busy.
The NASCAR on NBCSN analyst handicaps the Championship 4, reviews the overlooked moment when things came apart at Phoenix for Denny Hamlin and reflects on the final ride for his former driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The Richard Petty Motorsports driver with some news on the No. 43, getting to know The King, the anxiety of waiting to race again in the Cup Series, his social media persona and his friendships with Ryan Blaney, Chase Elliott and other youthful stars.
The Furniture Row Racing rookie on how the competition level of the Cup Series has surprised him, his famous mullet, being from small-town America and his quest to buy a special car that belonged to his late father.
The technical director of Toyota Racing Development on his long history with Jeff Gordon, his role in a memorable Dale Earnhardt victory, working with Juan Pablo Montoya at the 2000 Indianapolis 500 and what makes Toyota's success possible
The crew chief for Kurt Busch on his memories of the incomparable Alan Kulwicki, being on (and being booed with) Jeff Gordon's legendary Rainbow Warriors team and why he is ready to wind down from life on the road after three decades.