Kurt Busch, who recently signed with Stewart Haas Racing, has received his car number for next season. Busch will drive the No. 41 car.
Kurt Busch told ESPN that he signed a multi-year agreement with Stewart Haas Racing to drive the No. 00 Sprint Cup Chevy in 2014 and beyond. SHR held a press conference to announce the deal.
Now that Juan Pablo Montoya is out at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, Andretti Autosport owner Michael Andretti is trying to secure sponsorship to bring Montoya back to open-wheeled racing.
Rumor has it that Stewart Haas Racing has extended a multi-year offer to drive a fourth SHR Chevy to Kurt Busch starting in 2014. Haas/CNC would sponsor that car, according to unnamed sources.
Tony Stewart confirmed that Stewart Haas Racing would not field four teams in 2014. Ryan Newman will not return to the team following season’s end.
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.
Kevin Harvick won Duel 1 at Daytona International Speedway, securing the third starting spot in the Daytona 500. Kyle Busch won Duel 2 to earn the fourth starting spot in the 500.
Danica Patrick won the pole of the 2013 Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway, running a lap of 196.434 mph (45.817 seconds).
Nelson Piquet Jr will move to the Nationwide Series full time in 2013, according to Godfather Motorsports. Piquet will drive a Chevy fielded by Turner Scott Motorsports. Piquet finished seventh in the Camping World Truck Series standings, with two wins, nine Top 5s, and 15 Top 10s. Piquet also made two Nationwide starts last season, […]
Danica Patrick is expected to drive 10 Nationwide Series races for Turner Motorsports in 2013, according to sources. GoDaddy.com is expected to sponsor the car. Richard Childress Racing expressed an interest in running Patrick in some N’Wide races, but Patrick’s management team preferred to run with Turner because Turner uses Hendrick-prepared Chevys, which are similar […]