Race car drivers don't need to worry about a robot taking their job yet.
CarParts.com will be primary sponsor on Michael McDowell's #34 Ford at Martinsville as both sides are currently discussing continuing their partnership in 2021.
Larson had been reinstated after serving a six-month suspension for saying the N-word on a livestream during a virtual race.
Alex Bowman's career remains on an upward trajectory as he takes over from Jimmie Johnson in 2021.
Lanigan has been involved in IndyCar and Champ Car ownership for two decades, but 2020 marked his first Indianapolis 500 win, which was a special moment for him. He spoke to The Comeback about what went into that.
Hamilton can break the record in two weeks at the Portuguese Grand Prix.
COTA, Road America, and Nashville are going Cup racing in 2021.
Kyle Busch spoke to The Comeback about his 2020 season as well as how he felt watching his five-year-old son Brexton try his hand at racing.
The Hamlin/Jordan team with Bubba Wallace driving will debut in 2021.
While it's unknown where Bubba will go in 2021, the #42 at Chip Ganassi Racing seems to be the most likely destination.
NASCAR fans want more short tracks and if all goes well, they may get one in the near future.
Daytona was a great track to end the NASCAR Cup Series regular season. Having Daytona on July 4 will be missed but NASCAR can and should make this a new tradition.
Sato wins while Scott Dixon finishes 2nd. Graham Rahal, Santino Ferrucci, and Josef Newgarden rounded out the top 5.
The 2020 Indy 500 might be in August but the race goes on and we take a look at who has the best chance to win.
Richard Petty on the top and Dale Earnhardt on the sides, that's what Jimmie Johnson is going with in Darlington.