UPS has announced that they will move from Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 6 car and driver David Ragan to the team’s No. 99 car, driven by Carl Edwards for 2012.
NASCAR plans to speak with Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Chad Knaus after he was heard telling Johnson to intentionally wreck the back-end of the car if they won.
Nelson Piquet Jr is looking for a ride in the Camping World Truck Series for 2012, and several teams could be in the running to land the former Formula 1 driver.
The 2012 Nationwide Series schedule was unveiled recently, and it is highlighted by an inaugural trip to Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the summer.
Reed Sorenson has been released from driving duties of the No. 32 Turner Motorsports Chevy effective immediately. Dollar General is said to be leaving.
Robby Gordon announced Friday afternoon at Bristol that he has no plans of giving Danica Patrick the No. 7 when she enters the Sprint Cup Series next season.
5-Hour Energy is rumored to be in talks with Richard Childress Racing as a possible replacement for General Mills, which is leaving the team at the end of the season.
Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota Racing Development announced a partnership to produce engines for used by JGR and other Toyota teams.
Scott Speed will drive three races for Max Q Motorsports in the No. 37 Ford starting with the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Ricky Carmichael plans to move to the Nationwide Series full time in 2012. He hopes to do so with Turner Motorsports.