Penske Championship Racing driver Kurt Busch lost his drag racing debut at the NHRA Gatornationals. He only made two runs during the weekend.
Brad Keselowski said that his incident with Carl Edwards won’t change his driving style one bit. I respect this stance. But, Keselowski should realize by taking such a stance, he risks alienating himself from the other drivers who think he needs to learn respect. This could make him a target for more retaliation in the future.
NASCAR has suspended two crew members for violating the substance abuse policy. Matthew Huffstetler, a crew member with the No. 01 Camping World Truck Series team, and William Keith, a spotter for the No. 38 Sprint Cup Series team, have been suspended indefinitely for violating Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) and 19 [...]
NASCAR has decided not to suspend Carl Edwards for the incident with Brad Keselowski in which Edwards made contact with Keselowski, sending his car airborne. NASCAR did, however, put Edwards on probation for the next three Sprint Cup races.
Sunday’s incident between Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards during the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway was not a product of bad blood from Talladega last year, nor did it have much to do with the incident between the two on lap 40.
Kurt Busch pulled away from the rest of the field on the second attempt at a green-white-checkered finish, and drove his Dodge to victory in the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick stayed out of trouble and held off Kyle Busch to win the E-Z-GO 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Harvick took four tires under caution late in the race, and maintained his lead over Busch.
Dale Earnhardt Jr captured the pole for Sunday’s Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway with a lap of 28.761 seconds at 192.716 mph, the fastest lap in a COT since its inception. Kyle Busch will start on the outside front row. See the complete lineup here.
US Fidelis has filed for Chapter 11 backruptcy, according to SceneDaily. Among creditors listed in the filing is Rusty Wallace Inc, which is owed $535,439 in sponsorship fees for sponsoring the team’s No. 66 last year in the Nationwide Series.
Seaport Group LLC is suing Dale Earnhardt Inc because, Seaport claims, DEI reneged on a deal to sell it a $3.25 million claim in General Motors’s bankruptcy to Seaport for $783,604, according to Bloomberg. Seaport is accusing DEI of reneging the deal because the value of the claim increased dramatically after the agreement was made.