Beginning in 2014, NASCAR will mandate pre-season neurocognitive baseline testing as part of its concussion prevention and management program for all its national series. Baseline testing will be performed using ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing). The ImPACT test evaluates a driver’s verbal and visual memory, processing speed, and reaction time. If a driver […]
JR Motorsports has signed two-time Nationwide Series champion Kevin Harvick to drive the No. 5 Chevy for 12 races in 2014.
Roush Fenway Racing announced that Ryan Reed will drive the No. 16 Ford full time in the Nationwide Series in 2014.
Kyle Busch held off charging Nationwide Series points leader Austin Dillon to win the Dollar General 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth won the Kansas Lottery 300 Nationwide Series race at Kansas Speedway but Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski provided the most explosive fireworks.
Crew chief Nick Harrison will leave Phoenix Racing’s No. 51 Sprint Cup Chevy after the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway.
Leavine Family Racing is expanding. The single-car Sprint Cup Series team announced that they will field a single-car Nationwide Series team.
Nelson Piquet Jr, driver of Turner Scott Motorsports’ No. 30 Nationwide Series entry, has been penalized by NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body’s Code of Conduct policy. On September 25, Piquet violated Sections 7-5 (Code of Conduct) and 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) of the 2013 NASCAR rule book.
NASCAR announced penalties issued to Penske Racing after their race-winning Dover Ford failed post-race inspection because the front end of the car was too low.
Joey Logano dominated the 5-hour Energy 200 at Dover International Speedway, winning his fourth straight Nationwide Series race at the Monster Mile.