It’s official! Matt Kenseth will drive the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, the team announced.
During a teleconference this week with reporters, Roush Fenway Racing driver Carl Edwards squashed rumors that he was considering a move to Penske Racing’s No. 22 Sprint Cup Series team next season.
Carl Edwards took the lead of the Zippo 200 at the Glen with 10 laps to go and held on to win in his first Nationwide Series start of the season.
Roush Fenway Racing announced that Bob Osborne, crew chief of the No. 99 RFR Sprint Cup Ford and driver Carl Edwards, is stepping down due to health reasons.
Jimmie Johnson wins the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. Dale Earnhardt Jr impressed by winning the Sprint Showdown and one segment of the All Star race.
Tony Stewart stayed out during the caution for rain on lap 124 of the Auto Club 400, and claimed his second victory of the season when NASCAR stopped the race.
Brad Keselowski survived an early incident to win the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway ahead of Matt Kenseth.
Tony Stewart powered away from Jimmie Johnson on the final restart of the Kobalt Tools 400 to win his first Sprint Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth held off Dale Earnhardt Jr to win a Daytona 500 that featured the first postponement in its history, and a bizarre accident that engulfed part of the track in flames.
Front Row Motorsports has signed David Ragan to drive the team’s No. 34 Sprint Cup Ford. David Gilliland will drive the team’s second Sprint Cup entry, the No. 38.