JR Motorsports has signed Cole Whitt to drive the team’s No. 88 Nationwide Series Chevy in 2012, the team announced. Whitt comes to JRM from Red Bull Racing, where he drove in the Camping World Truck Series last season, finishing ninth in points with one pole, two top-five and 11 top-10 finishes. Aric Almirola, driver of [...]
NASCAR has penalized the No. 7 JR Motorsports Nationwide Series Chevy as a result of rule infractions found during the race at Phoenix International Raceway.
The 2012 Nationwide Series schedule was unveiled recently, and it is highlighted by an inaugural trip to Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the summer.
As part of the electronic fuel-injection test Monday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kasey Kahne got behind the wheel of a Hendrick Motorsports Chevy for the first time. Kahne will replace Mark Martin in the No. 5 Chevy next year, with Farmer’s Insurance appearing as a sponsor. Kahne said: There were more differences than I expected. [...]
Robby Gordon announced Friday afternoon at Bristol that he has no plans of giving Danica Patrick the No. 7 when she enters the Sprint Cup Series next season.
With Danica Patrick driving part time for Stewart Haas Racing in the Sprint Cup Series, SHR could be in the market for a part time driver to split time with her. Mark Martin seems like a logical choice.
After two years of running a partial schedule in NASCAR, Danica Patrick has officially made the switch from the IZOD IndyCar Series to NASCAR full time in 2012.
Danica Patrick is expected to announce her intent to move to NASCAR full time in 2012, according to ESPN.com. Patrick will drive the no. 7 JR Motorsports Chevy in the Nationwide Series with sponsorship from GoDaddy.com. She will also drive select Sprint Cup Series races in Chevys prepared by Stewart Haas Racing.
Danica Patrick is finalizing a deal to run full time in the Nationwide Series and select Sprint Cup events in 2012, according to the Associated Press.
GoDaddy Group was recently sold to the private equity firms KRR & Co., Silver Lake Partners, and Technology Crossover Ventures, according to the Wall Street Journal.