Kevin Harvick Inc. has signed former Sprint Cup crew chief David Hyder to work on special projects, and to serve as crew chief for Kevin Harvick and the No. 2 Camping World Truck Series team at Martinsville Speedway.
Jamie McMurray cleared Kyle Busch off Turn 2 after a restart on Lap 314 and pulled away from Busch to win Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Justin Allgaier is talking to Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series teams about next season, but none have stepped up with an offer for the young driver.
NASCAR announced that it will race with Sunoco Green E15 fuel in its three national touring series next season. Sunoco Green E15 is a 15 percent ethanol blend.
Track position proved far more important than tires at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Brad Keselowski picked up his first NASCAR Nationwide Series win at the 1.5-mile track, his fifth victory of the season and the 11th of his career.
JR Motorsports announced that Danica Patrick will drive the No. 7 GoDaddy.com Chevy in the first four Nationwide Series races next season. Her schedule beyond those four races has not been determined, but she is expect to appear in nine more races, putting her at a total of 13 Nationwide races next season.
JR Motorsports announced that TaxSlayer has signed on to sponsor the team’s Nationwide Series entries for nine races in 2011.
Stewart Haas Racing announced that Mobil 1 has signed on to replace a departing Old Spice as co-sponsor of Tony Stewart’s No. 14 Sprint Cup Chevy.
Former NASCAR driver Shane Hmeil was critically injured Saturday night during qualifying for the U.S. Auto Racing Club’s Silver Crown race at Terre Haute Action Track. Hmeil’s car hit the outside wall between the third and fourth turns and rolled over several times, damaging the protective roll cage. Hmeil was airlifted to Indianapolis’ Methodist Hospital, […]
NASCAR will elminate the fuel catch can in both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup series starting in 2011, according to SceneDaily.com. NASCAR spokesman Ramsey Poston confirm that both series will move to a self-venting fuel can next season, similar to the one currently used in the Camping World Truck Series. The move will allow teams […]