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Notebook: Can Toyotas Challenge For Title?

Matt Kenseth discusses Toyota's progression this year. Teams are busy testing this week. Richmond features a new tire.

Haas Renames F1 Team

Gene Haas, founder of Haas Automation and chairman of the newly renamed Haas F1 Team, opted for the name change to better correlate his team with motor racing’s most prestigious series – the FIA Formula 1 World Championship.

Power Rankings

No matter how you look at it, Jeff Gordon remains atop Pete Pistone's Power Rankings.

Final Chance To Make The Chase

Not sure who has to do what to grab one of the final Chase spots? This should help you get ready for Saturday's race at Richmond International Raceway.

Kahne Overcomes Late Drama To Make Chase

Kasey Kahne becomes the final member of Hendrick Motorsports to claim a spot in the Chase after his dramatic victory Sunday night at Atlanta.

Patrick Rallies For Career-Best Finish

Danica Patrick comes back from being a lap down twice to finish sixth Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Truex Not Happy With Kyle Busch

Late-race incident leads Martin Truex Jr. to have a discussion with Kyle Busch and Dave Rogers after the race in the garage area.

Atlanta Rear View Mirror

Pete Pistone shares some news, notes and observations from a weekend of racing at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Kahne Clinches with Atlanta Win

Kasey Kahne won his first race of the season and grabbed a spot in the Chase Sunday night in the Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Stewart's Race Ends Early

Tony Stewart's return to NASCAR Sprint Cup racing ended just past halfway in Sunday's event at Atlanta after his damaged car hit the wall and could not be fixed.

Fifth Third Renews With Stenhouse

Roush Fenway Racing announces that Fifth Third Bank has renwed as a sponsor for Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s team.

Atlanta Story Lines

Tony Stewart makes his Sprint Cup return. Tire wear is key. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has to overcome a mid-pack starting spot, and Kyle Busch tries to end a streak.

Sponsor Backs Stewart's Return

Johnny Morris, founder of Bass Pro Shops, issues impassioned statement Saturday supporting Tony Stewart's return to racing.

Ty Dillon Ready To Race Brother In Cup

Ty Dillon makes his Sprint Cup debut Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and he can't wait to race against his brother Austin and the rest of the field.

Take A Ride With Jeff Gordon

Driving a stock car can be therapeutic Jeff Gordon says, noting it can be like playing a video game.

Second Straight Pole for Harvick

For the first time in his career Kevin Harvick scored back-to-back poles when he claimed the top spot for Sunday's Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Drivers React To Stewart's Return, Chase Waiver

NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers are happy to see Tony Stewart back at the track but have some questions about the Chase waiver NASCAR could grant him.

Stewart Speaks to Media

Reading a statement, Tony Stewart said that "This has been one of the toughest tragedies that I’ve ever had to deal with, both personally and professionally."

Atlanta Vital for RCR

Richard Childress Racing needs to go to work in order for all three of its drivers to make this year’s Chase field.

Harvick: 'Happy To Have My Friend Back'

Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick say they're glad Tony Stewart is at the track this weekend for the first time since he was involved in a fatal sprint car accident.

Stewart to Return at Atlanta

Tony Stewart has decided to return to racing this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The Aug. 31 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the 1.54-mile oval will mark Stewart’s first start since Aug. 3 at Pocono Raceway.

Driver Handicaps: Atlanta

To assist in making your fantasy racing picks, MRN.com's Pete Pistone helps steer you toward Sunday's Oral-B USA 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

MRN.com Weekend Preview

A NASCAR Labor Day weekend doubleheader at Atlanta Motor Speedway tops the racing calendar that includes events in Canada, California, Virginia and Washington State.

On Their Own

With an influx of young drivers gaining attention, some racers in their 20s are being passed over for sponsorship and rides only a few years after they seemed headed to stardom.