Brian Scott is set to drive RAB Racing’s No. 09 Nationwide Series Ford in the Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway, according to SPEEDtv.com. Scott, who is leading the Rookie of the Year standings, began the season with Braun Racing. He was released earlier this week, although it was reporting that split was mutual. Braun [...]
Martin Truex Jr and his brother, two-time K&N Pro Series East Series champion Ryan Truex, will pilot Diamond-Waltrip Racing’s No. 99 Nationwide Series entry for the remainder of the 2010 season, replacing Trevor Bayne, who was released from the team earlier this week.
With two teams set for next season, Richard Petty Motorsports team owner Richard Petty hasn’t ruled out the possibility of fielding a third Sprint Cup entry next season.
Jimmie Johnson proved he was a contender for the Sprint Cup Series championship with a win in Sunday’s AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.
Rookie Austin Dillon grabbed the lead from James Buescher with 35 laps remaining and pulled away to post a commanding victory Saturday night over Johnny Sauter in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The inevitable — Kyle Busch’s single-season record 11th Nationwide Series win—finally happened Saturday at Dover International Speedway.
Camping World Truck Series team Turner Motorsports obtained assets from Braun Racing, and will take over operation of the organization effective immediately.
Clint Bowyer may have had some valid points about NASCAR’s inspection process but he presented them poorly, and at the wrong time.
Danica Patrick probably should have started her stock car career driving in the ARCA Series to gain valuable seat time. But, that wasn’t really an option thanks to the nature of this sport.
Jayski is reporting that the Nationwide Series and the Sprint Cup Series will eliminate the need for a catch can by going to a single-point, self-venting probe and dry brake system. A similar system is currently used in the Camping World Truck Series. The change will bring the number of over-the-wall pit crew members to six.