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.
Richard Childress Racing and Kevin Harvick have reportedly reached an agreement on a contract extension that will keep Harvick in the No. 29 Chevy beyond the 2010 season. An official announcement is expected Saturday before the All Star race.
Dale Earnhardt Jr’s JR Motorsports will team up with Dale Earnhardt Inc and Richard Childress Racing to pay tribute to Dale Earnhardt’s induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame by fielding the No. 3 Wrangler Chevrolet in the Nationwide Series race on July 2 at Daytona International Speedway to be driven by Earnhardt Jr.
Rusty Wallace Racing and Toyota Racing Development announced that RWR is switching from Chevy to Toyota in the 2010 Nationwide Series season. Drivers Steve Wallace and Brendan Gaughan will return to the team full time in 2010, as well.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing is staying with Chevrolet next season, after considering a switch to Toyota, according to FoxSports. Richard Childress, which helps supply engines to EGR, and Toyota reportedly gave EGR an ultimatum to decide on a make for next season. They chose to stick with Chevy.
According to FoxSports, it seems that Jamie McMurray is slated to drive Earnhardt Ganassi Racing’s No. 1 car next season, but the hold up appears to be Bass Pro Shops, which is going to sponsor the car. BPS wants to move to Stewart Hass Racing’s No. 39 and Ryan Newman. Also, EGR is considering a […]
Following the news that General Motors would be cutting its support of Chevy Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series teams, GM has told Sprint Cup teams to brace for cutbacks in its financial support of the series.