|2014 Sprint Cup Series|
|Duration||February 23 to November 16|
|Broadcasters||FS1/Fox, TNT, ESPN/ABC|
|No. of races||36|
|No. of teams||21|
|First race||Daytona 500|
|Last race||Ford EcoBoost 400|
|Rookie of the Year||Kyle Larson|
|Most Popular Driver||Dale Earnhardt, Jr.|
The 2014 Sprint Cup Series was the 66th season of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The season began with the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway on February 23 and ended with the Ford EcoBoost 400 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 16.
- Stewart Haas Racing will field four cars this season with the addition of Kevin Harvick (#4) and Kurt Busch ( #41).
- BK Racing will run the #23 (was #93) with rookie Alex Bowman.
- Kyle Larson will make his Cup debut driving the #42 for Chip Ganassi Racing. Juan Pablo Montoya has left NASCAR to return to IndyCar.
- Richard Childress Racing will run the #3 for the first time since the tragic death of Dale Earnhardt. Childress chose his grandson, 2013 Nationwide Series champion Austin Dillon, to drive the car.
- Michael Waltrip Racing will run the #66 (was #55) with recently joined driver Jeff Burton. Brian Vickers will run the #55 (was #56) full time. Mark Martin officially retired.
- Ryan Newman has joined Richard Childress Racing, he will drive the #31.
- Chip Ganassi has changed his team back to Chip Ganassi Racing, Teresa Earnhardt will remain co-owner.
- AARP will return as the primary sponsor for Jeff Gordon.
- Bass Pro Shops will be the primary co-sponsor for Tony Stewart replacing departing sponsor Office Depot.
- Harry Scott, Jr. purchased Phoenix Racing and changed the team name to HScott Motorsports