Saving fuel from the start of the final green-flag run, Brad Keselowski held off Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch to win Friday night’s Feed the Children 300 Nationwide Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Starting from the rear after missing the drivers’ meeting and driver introductions didn’t deter Kyle Busch, who held off charging Parker Kligerman to win Thursday night’s UNOH 225 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Canadian driver Patrick Carpentier said that he will retire following the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in August.
NASCAR reinstated Camping World Truck Series driver Jack Smith and Sprint Cup Series crew member Gary Frost. Smith was indefinitely suspended last September for violating Section 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) of the NASCAR rule book. The violation stemmed from Smith’s arrest in which he was charged with three felony counts of “fraudulently [...]
Rumors have been circulating for the last month in the Nationwide Series garage that the series will move to Indianapolis Motor Speedway starting in 2012. The much speculated rumor will become official on Wednesday afternoon.
Ford Racing will use the company’s Fusion for the Sprint Cup Series in 2013, despite previous reports that the team wanted to field the Mustang in 2013.
Mark Martin was on the Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain recently when he was asked if he wanted to be an owner in NASCAR. Martin said: No…I don’t. I am very interested and would love to commit to Jay Frye (Red Bull Racing vice president and general manager) and that organization to help Jay move [...]
Former Red Bull Racing driver Scott Speed has obtained an order of attachment against RBR, placing a lein on the team’s shop in Mooresville, N.C., and the property on which it sits, according to the Charlotte Observer. Speed has sued the team for breach of contract, following his dismissal from the team. Speed filed a [...]
GoDaddy Group was recently sold to the private equity firms KRR & Co., Silver Lake Partners, and Technology Crossover Ventures, according to the Wall Street Journal.
David Ragan was able to redeem his Daytona 500 mistake with a victory in the Coke Zero 400. Others were not so fortunate when dealing with the two-car tandem.