2 Days ago (01:29)
After winning the pole, Kyle Larson wins his second career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race by taking the checkered flag in Fontana. Its Larson's fourth consecutive top-2 finish.
2 Days ago
7 Days ago
Neil Everett takes Kurt Busch on a ride talking about the changes in NASCAR this season, the thrill of winning the Daytona 500 and the NHL coming to Busch's home town of Las Vegas.
Kyle Larson, whose roots are in sprint car racing, reflects on the life of Dave Steele, who died in a crash Saturday at Desoto Speedway in Bradenton, Florida.
30 Days ago
Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he's disappointed about crashing out of the Daytona 500 but feels fine. Earnhardt Jr. discusses the changes he's made with his headrests to limit head impact inside the car.
Ricky Craven says that Kurt Busch used his experience of three runner-up finishes at Daytona to his advantage in capturing the coveted checkered flag in the Great American Race.
Kurt Busch explains how the unpredictability of restrictor plate racing at Daytona makes having a strategy less important.
Kurt Busch's car owner Tony Stewart says Busch drove the most patient he's ever seen him race and that was the key to him winning the Daytona 500.
Jimmie Johnson tells Marty Smith that the racing in the Daytona 500 was going well until over-aggression started taking over and caused a wreck that caught up the defending champion.
Actor Owen Wilson is soaking up the drama and excitement ahead of serving as Grand Marshal for Daytona 500.
31 Days ago
Joey Logano explains what his career has been like since joining Team Penske and how winning the Daytona 500 affected his life.
32 Days ago
Dale Earnhardt Jr. joins Marty Smith to discuss his return to racing against competition and his thoughts on Sunday's Daytona 500.
34 Days ago
Dale Earnhardt Jr. details the long road he's been through coming back from a concussion.
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