NASCAR announced officiating changes, expectations for teams and drivers, and new restart rules after a review of incidents at Richmond.
In 2013, NASCAR will begin using a new track drying procedure that should significantly shorten track-drying times, NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France said via Motor Racing Network. France set a goal for the Research and Development Center to improve drying times by 80 percent. France said: We engaged third-party help and we’ll have it […]
NASCAR and Sprint have signed a multi-year agreement that extends Sprint’s sponsorship of the NASCAR Cup Series through 2016.
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France announced that the sanctioning body has added a wild card element to setting the Chase for the Sprint Cup field and it has simplified its points system for 2011, making it easier for fans, competitors and the industry to understand.
NASCAR announced that it will race with Sunoco Green E15 fuel in its three national touring series next season. Sunoco Green E15 is a 15 percent ethanol blend.
Jeremy Mayfield brought new claims to light as he asked a judge to reconsider a ruling that dismissed his lawsuit. He claims that NASCAR officials disliked him because he lured a sponsor NASCAR was courting.
NASCAR officials held a press conference to unveil rule changes for the 2010 season. Many of the rules changes were leaked beforehand. But, one of the biggest surprises is that the yellow line rule, which was expected to go away, will in fact stay.