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Column: NASCAR finale a respite from exodus of stars
As Kyle Busch walked off the stage following the final race of the year, a NASCAR official told the driver he would see him next season. "If I don't retire," Busch said. Ummm, what? "Wouldn't be the first guy," Busch quipped. Busch was probably just making a joke about Carl Edwards , who lost last
'GMA' Hot List: Denzel Washington shares how his name is supposed to be pronounced
Plus, Garth Brooks says he has gotten "more Taco Bell than you can imagine" since he announced he was celebrating his CMA Award win at the restaurant chain, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. opens up about retiring from NASCAR.
Dale Earnhardt Jr . opens up about his retirement
The NASCAR legend said he hopes to "continue to be a part of the sport that I love," in an exclusive interview with ABC News' Michael Strahan on his retirement.
Dale Earnhardt Jr . opens up about retirement, says he hopes to still 'be a part of the sport that I love'
Dale Earnhardt Jr . opened up his legendary 18-year career in NASCAR, saying that despite retiring from competition, he hopes to "continue to be a part of the sport that I love." "I want to continue to cover it, be a part of its health and growth," Earnhardt, 43, who will remain in the world of
Juniors unite: Close friends Earnhardt, Truex celebrate
Close friends who hunt together, own property together and once raced on the same team had another reason to celebrate: To revel in Martin Truex's first NASCAR Cup title
Party time! Junior throws epic retirement party after finale
Dale Earnhardt Jr. threw his own retirement party on pit road. Earnhardt popped out of his car, flashed a thumbs-up sign and chugged a Budweiser. Drenched in sweat and suds, he grabbed another cold one. It was easy enough to keep happy hour rolling since the beer cooler was stashed on the trunk of
The Latest: Keselowski: Ford could 'take a drubbing' in '18
Brad Keselowski has concerns that Ford could "take a drubbing next year" if there isn't more manufacturer parity in NASCAR
NASCAR ready to crown champion at Homestead-Miami Speedway
It's championship Sunday for NASCAR's premier series. Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and Martin Truex Jr. are the four championship contenders. The highest finisher of the finalists will claim the Monster Cup Series title. It's also the final Cup race for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Matt
Truex leads a quartet of veterans in NASCAR's title race
NASCAR has spent so much time this year ushering in a new generation of fresh-faced, young drivers
Truex strengthens grip as driver to beat for NASCAR title
Martin Truex Jr. ended NASCAR's final practice on top. Do it Sunday when it counts and Truex will drive away with his first NASCAR Cup championship. Truex was fastest in the final practice of the season, hitting 171.195 mph on Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway and again stamping himself as the