Jimmie Johnson sped away from the field after the final restart in the Daytona 500 and held off a hard-charging Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win.
GEICO announced that it will sponsor the No. 13 Germain Racing Ford and driver Casey Mears for the full Sprint Cup Series season in both 2013 and 2014.
Good Sam Club 500 Review: Bowyer wins; Dega wreaks havoc on Chasers; Edwards widens points lead; and Tommy Baldwin Racing, Red Bull Racing among those with strong runs.
Casey Mears will attempt at least 20 races for Germain Racing in the No. 13 Toyota Camry in the 2011 Sprint Cup season. At least that is the team’s plan. Germain will definitely run the first six Cup races, and then make a decision based on its points position. The team hopes to run the entire season.
Casey Mears said that he will run the entire 2011 Sprint Cup Series season in Germain Racing’s No. 13 Toyota. GEICO is set to sponsor the car for 18 races in 2011, and the team is currently seeking addition sponsorship for the remaining races.
Casey Mears will replace Max Papis in Germain Racing’s No. 13 Sprint Cup Toyota starting at Atlanta Motor Speedway later this month. He will drive for the team in 2011, as well. Germain has a half of the season sponsored by GEICO. The team is still looking for sponsorship for 18 races next season. The [...]
Per its Facebook page, Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that Casey Mears would be back in the car this week and they’re working to keep him in the car for the rest of the year. The team plans to run the full races at Richmond International Raceway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and will field the [...]
Boris Said will pilot Red Bull Racing’s No. 83 Toyota in the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen at Watkins Glen International. Said becomes the fifth driver to pilot the car this season. Brian Vickers was sidelined by blood clots. Casey Mears replaced him. Shortly thereafter, Mattias Ekström took over the seat for the Sprint [...]
Casey Mears is apparently not returning to Red Bull Racing’s No. 83 Sprint Cup Toyota when the series returns to oval tracks. This will be the third time in his career that he finds himself out of a competitive ride.
Denny Hamlin dominated the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400 at Michigan International Speedway, winning by 1.246 seconds over Kasey Kahne, the only driver with a car fast enough to keep Hamlin in sight.