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  • NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin in search of storybook ending

    By no means does Denny Hamlin believe his comeback is complete. In fact, he hopes it's just getting started with the best ending yet to be written. Hamlin dug himself out of a hole in the first round of this season's NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup with...
  • Breast cancer survivors apply a touch of pink to Charlotte Motor Speedway

    With 80 gallons of pink paint and the financial support of a major North Carolina health organization, Charlotte Motor Speedway on Wednesday launched its observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Dozens of breast cancer survivors joined track...
  • Tony Stewart hits mournful intersection after racing tragedy

    Tony Stewart hits mournful intersection after racing tragedy
    A tragic intersection destroyed two lives on the night of Aug. 9 on a dirt track in upstate New York. Kevin Ward Jr. was hit by a sprint car and killed. Tony Stewart was hit by remorse, regret and equal parts pain and suffering. Ward is in a grave....
  • 12 drivers ready to reset race to Cup

    The Sports Xchange 12 drivers ready to reset race to Cup By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange DOVER, Del. -- Now we are 12. Jeff Gordon took the checkered flag in Sunday's AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway, but...
  • Chase for the Sprint Cup whittled down to 12

    DOVER, Del. -- Jeff Gordon drove by Brad Keselowski in lapped traffic on lap 305 of the 400-lap AAA 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway on Sunday and sailed on to his fourth win of the 2014 season and his first win of the...
  • Tony Stewart plans to keep on racing

    Tony Stewart plans to keep on racing
    Tony Stewart, taking questions from reporters for the first time in the seven weeks since the tragic death of Kevin Ward Jr., said Monday that he will continue his racing career. However, the three-time NASCAR Cup champion said he doesn't see himself...
  • Gordon adds to his legacy with Dover win

    The Sports Xchange Gordon adds to his legacy with Dover win By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange DOVER, Del. -- With all the jockeying for Chase positions in the middle of the field, it was difficult at times to focus...
  • Stewart: 'I want to be available' to Ward family

    The Sports Xchange Stewart: 'I want to be available' to Ward family By Joe Menzer, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange KANNAPOLIS, N.C. -- Talking with the media and answering questions in a group setting Monday for the first time...
  • Tony Stewart Says He Would 'Be Available' To Speak To Kevin Ward's Family

    Tony Stewart Says He Would 'Be Available' To Speak To Kevin Ward's Family
    KANNAPOLIS, N.C., — NASCAR star Tony Stewart said on Monday he was willing to "be available" to Kevin Ward's family even though he has no need to speak them to achieve "closure" in the dirt-track incident that killed the 20-year-old driver last...
  • Tony Stewart says Kevin Ward Jr.'s death was '100% accident'

    Tony Stewart says Kevin Ward Jr.'s death was '100% accident'
    Tony Stewart said Monday he never planned to retire from racing despite the anguish the NASCAR driver felt after Kevin Ward Jr. died from being struck by Stewart's car during a sprint-car race. In his first news conference since Ward's death seven weeks...
  • NASCAR driver Tony Stewart never considered quitting after deadly incident

    KANNAPOLIS, N.C. A subdued Tony Stewart said Monday he never thought about giving up driving race cars in the past seven weeks after a car he was driving struck and killed sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr. during a dirt track race in New York. But he...