Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that Dave Blaney will drive the No. 7 Chevy in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013. The number is a tribute to team owner Tommy Baldwin’s late father, Tom Baldwin, who drove the No. 7NY throughout his Modified career. Baldwin said: It is a very special moment today to announce the [...]
Chevrolet unveiled its new SS, which will run in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013. The SS will make its debut during SpeedWeeks next year at Daytona International Speedway. The Sprint Cup SS will closely resemble the SS production model that is set to debut early next year. The production version will hit showrooms in [...]
Despite reports that Richard Petty Motorsports is considering a switch to Chevy, Ford says its “very close” to re-signing the team.
Chevrolet unveiled its 2013 Nationwide Series entry: the Camaro SS. The car will make its debut in February at Daytona.
Ford Racing has released an updated version of its Ford Fusion that will be used in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013. The main difference being a real grille.
Chevy has announced that it will be using the SS, based on the Holden Commodore, as its entry in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2013.
Chevrolet will not run the Impala in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013, instead choosing to develop a new model for NASCAR Cup competition.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing will continue its relationship with General Motors and Earnhardt Childress Racing Technologies by continuing to field Chevys for the team’s Sprint Cup operations.
arnhardt Ganassi Racing has been contacted by officials from Ford about the team possibly switching makes from Chevy to Ford.
There’s a chance that Ford and Chevy could both switch to the Mustang and Camaro, respectively in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013, when the next generation of Cup car is expected to roll out.