Jimmie Johnson held off a hard-charging Kasey Kahne to win the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway proving that he is ready to contend for his sixth championship.
Brad Keselowski dominated the Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway to win his fourth Nationwide Series race of the year and the 16th of his career.
It’s official, Michael Waltrip Racing has signed Clint Bowyer to drive the team’s No. 15 Sprint Cup Toyota Camry in the Cup Series , with sponsorship from 5-Hour Energy, for the next three seasons, starting in 2012. This announcement ends months of speculation about where Bowyer would end up this off-season. Bowyer said: This has been [...]
International Speedway Corporation is planning on widening seats at some of its tracks in 2013, according to SceneDaily.com. This move is part of an effort to battle the economy and other things affecting ticket sales.
General Mills will move its sponsorship from Richard Childress Racing’s No. 33 Chevy to RCR’s No. 31 Chevy next season following Clint Bowyer’s departure next season. General Mills is replacing the Cheerios brand with Wheaties on Jeff Burton’s car.
JTG Daugherty Racing co-owner Tad Geschickter indicated that JTG would continue its technical alliance with Michael Waltrip Racing, but would move to its own shop in 2012.
Reed Sorenson has been released from driving duties of the No. 32 Turner Motorsports Chevy effective immediately. Dollar General is said to be leaving.
AAA 400 Review: Kurt Busch beats rival Jimmie Johnson; Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr, and Ryan Newman have rough days; and a points shakeup.
Kurt Busch capitalized on miscues by Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards in the closing laps to win the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.
Ron Hornaday Jr. scored a milestone 50th NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win with his victory in the Kentucky 225 on a cold night of racing at Kentucky Speedway.