Todd Parrott, crew chief of Richard Petty Motorsports’ No. 43 Sprint Cup Ford and driver Aric Almirola, has been indefintely suspended from NASCAR competition for violating the sanctioning body’s Substance Abuse Policy. Parrott was found to have violated Sections 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) and 19 (violation of the NASCAR Substance Abuse Policy) […]
Martin Truex Jr has agreed to drive the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Chevy in the Sprint Cup Series in 2014.
Michael Waltrip Racing announced that Elliott Sadler will drive the No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota in the remaining four Sprint Cup Series races, subbing for Brian Vickers. Vickers will miss the remaining Cup races due to a blood clot found in his right leg. Sadler is Vickers’ Nationwide Series teammate at Joe Gibbs Racing. […]
Front Row Racing announced that David Ragan and David Gilliland will return to the team in 2014. FRM will attempt to continue its growth after getting its first win at Talladega Superspeedway earlier this year.
Parker Kligerman will make his Sprint Cup Series debut in the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway driving for Swan Racing. Kligerman will drive the No. 30 Swan Energy Toyota. Kligerman said: Since I started racing, my dream like many young racers, was to get to the top, which means competing in the NASCAR […]
Michael Waltrip Racing will only field two Sprint Cup Series teams in 2014, according to the Associated Press.
Michael Waltrip Racing driver Brian Vickers will miss the remainder of the 2013 Sprint Cup Series season after Vickers was placed on blood-thinning medication after a small blood clot was found in Vickers’ right leg.
JR Motorsports has signed two-time Nationwide Series champion Kevin Harvick to drive the No. 5 Chevy for 12 races in 2014.
Brad Keselowski overcame a loose wheel and a jack that slipped under his car to win the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Germain Racing will switch to Chevy. The switch to Chevy will end a two-year relationship with Ford. Team owner Bob Germain informed Doug Yates, CEO of Roush Yates Engines, that the team would be switching to General Motors.