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NASCAR stars are no longer driving into their 50s
NASCAR has had three top drivers retire in the last two seasons and now Dale Earnhardt Jr. says this year will be his last
NASCAR has huge hole to fill after Earnhardt retires
Now that Dale Earnhardt Jr. plans to retire, NASCAR has its work cut out in developing new stars
The Latest: NASCAR CEO calls Earnhardt a proven leader
NASCAR's chairman and CEO is praising Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s passion for the sport, saying it will "leave an impact on NASCAR that will be felt over its entire history."
NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. to retire after season
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will retire from NASCAR at the end of the season in November
Inside one of the most popular buffets in Las Vegas
ABC News' Genevieve Brown tours the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, which serves over 500 dishes daily.
Wayne Taylor Racing wins Rolex 24 with controversial finish
Wayne Taylor Racing has won the Rolex 24 at Daytona, thanks to a controversial pass by Ricky Taylor in the closing minutes. Taylor drove hard into Turn 1, breaking late, and turned race leader Filipe Albuquerque. IMSA officials reviewed the contact and ruled no action would be taken against Taylor.
Against All Odds: From Auschwitz to Zabar's
ABC News' Rachel Scott speaks to Renee Feller, a survivor of Auschwitz who is now an ordained rabbi who connects with people from all over the world at morning coffee at Zabar's Cafe.
Parity in NASCAR? Jimmie Johnson wins a lot, but so do others
When Jimmie Johnson won his seventh Sprint Cup title, it might have been his most improbable championship considering how he ran fourth among the title contenders for much of the season finale in November at Homestead-Miami Speedway. But he still won it. And the record books show that he has won
Christopher Bell hoping dirt-race success continues into trucks
TULSA, Okla. -- Christopher Bell 's victory in the 2017 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals epitomizes a personal triumph. After having started on the front row three times, Bell finally outlasted his competition over the 55 green-flag laps on the quarter-mile dirt oval built inside the River
Dale Earnhardt Jr. symptom-free after test run at Darlington
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ?tested Wednesday at Darlington Raceway and suffered no concussion symptoms, clearing him to race at the start of the 2017 NASCAR season. "I feel great, and I'm excited to officially be back," Earnhardt said. "I expected things to go really well yesterday, and that's exactly what