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Keselowski signs extension with Penske

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (AP) Team Penske has locked up 2012 NASCAR Cup champion Brad Keselowski with a multiyear extension.

The 33-year-old Keselowski has driven for Penske throughout his 10-year career in NASCAR's top series, notching 23 wins and the series title five years ago. His crew chief with the No. 2 Ford, Paul Wolfe, has also agreed to a multiyear extension with Penske. Terms of the agreements were not disclosed Tuesday. Read More...

Earnhardt defends crew chief Ives

DOVER, Del. (AP) Dale Earnhardt Jr. has long reigned as NASCAR's most popular driver. But he thinks too many of his fans have started airing in 140-character bursts a most unpopular opinion - that crew chief Greg Ives should take the blame for the No. 88's struggles this season.

Not so fast. Read More...

Earnhardt to join NBC booth in 2018

NEW YORK (AP) Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have a new way to voice his racing opinions next season - on television.

NASCAR's most popular driver will join NBC Sports Group's coverage of stock car racing next year and there may be more options once he climbs out of the car for good. Read More...

Win helps Kahne add to Hendrick resume

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Kasey Kahne proved he's still capable of winning races.

Now he must convince team owner Rick Hendrick he still belongs on one of NASCAR's strongest teams. Read More...

Hendrick keeping plans for 4-car team

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Rick Hendrick still prefers running with a four-pack.

If he has his way, all four of those cars will be racing next season. Read More...

Earnhardt backs wife's Clash comments

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Dale Earnhardt Jr. made his own statement Saturday.

He defended his wife's Twitter post - and blamed himself for putting her in a position where she felt she had to speak out. Read More...

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