What will be the best pit strategy tonight? Watch as Greg Biffle's crew chief Matt Puccia explains the plan for Darlington.
Jeff Gordon's engine is fired for his 700th consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup start. Watch as he discusses his career.
6:53 p.m. ET: Engines are fired! Which driver can tame Darlington tonight?
6:46 p.m. ET: National Anthem is now being sung - almost time to go racing.
What makes Jimmie Johnson run so well at Darlington? Watch as he explains.
Which drivers with substitute crew chiefs will be most impacted tonight? Watch as the NASCAR on FOX crew weighs in.
Richard Petty is bringing an increasingly competitive team to the track. His take.
Missing out on seeing Darlington in person? We'll keep you caught up on all the action in the race-day blog.
Jeff Gordon is preparing to make his 700th consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup start. It seems appropriate Gordon would hit the number at Darlington, where he has won seven times.
Matt Kenseth and his team already started the week well, earning a reduction in his penalty for an engine infraction.
Perhaps no other driver is as fired up as Denny Hamlin - he expects to go the distance in the race tonight for the first time since his accident at Auto Club Speedway on March 24.
Kyle Busch is already off to what is becoming a standard strong start at the track. He won his fifth Nationwide Series race of the season on Friday night.
Welcome to the FOXSports.com coverage of NASCAR Sprint Cup racing at Darlington Raceway.
Race coverage begins at 6 p.m. ET on FOX.