Casey Mears will replace Max Papis in Germain Racing’s No. 13 Sprint Cup Toyota starting at Atlanta Motor Speedway later this month. He will drive for the team in 2011, as well. Germain has a half of the season sponsored by GEICO. The team is still looking for sponsorship for 18 races next season. The [...]
The NASCAR Insiders are reporting that Aric Almirola’s name has been mentioned as a potential candidate for one of Richard Petty Motorsports’ Fords next season.
Kasey Kahne may be headed to Red Bull Racing in 2011, that according to the Charlotte Observer and ThatsRacin.com. Kahne would take over one of the team’s Toyotas as he awaits to jump into Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 5 Sprint Cup Chevy in 2010.
Jayski is reporting that Robby Gordon Motorsports has dissolved its agreement with BAM Racing, and team owner Beth Ann Morganthau. RGM is taking legal action against BAM and Warner Bros. for lack of payment and breach of contract. The teams formed a technical alliance earlier this year, with RGM providing BAM with personnel, cars, and technical [...]
According to the NASCAR Insiders, Kevin Conway may be on thin ice with Front Row Motorsports. Conway has performed poorly, despite being guaranteed a starting spot in all but one race this season, through shuffling by team owner, Bob Jenkins. Conway has made all 21 starts — he didn’t start the Daytona 500 because he was [...]
With his second career Sprint Cup victory, Juan Montoya did something he hasn’t been able to do as of late: win a race in which he had the dominant car.
Todd Bodine dominated the Camping World Truck Series’ Nashville 200 at Nashville Superspeedway, leading 91 0f 150 laps. The win increased Bodine’s points lead to 174 over second-place Aric Almirola.
Marcos Ambrose won his third consecutive Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen International, dominating the Zippo 200, leading 60 of 82 laps, including the final 30 laps.
Mobil 1 is expected to move to Stewart Haas Racing’s No. 14 car, replacing Old Spice, which is leaving the team at the end of the season, according to ESPN’s Marty Smith.
Richard Childress Racing appears to be close to a deal with Budweiser to sponsor Kevin Harvick in a split campaign in 2011, according to Marty Smith of ESPN.