The Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway was a familiar scene resembling last year’s race at Loudon. Except this year, it was Tony Stewart who drove to victory and Clint Bowyer who ran out of fuel. Stewart started the race in 20th position and by Lap 10 he was closing in on the Top-10. On lap 174, caution [...]
Richard Childress Racing is said to be still seeking sponsorship to field a fourth car next season with Clint Bowyer behind the wheel.
Richard Petty Motorsports has withdrawn its offer to Clint Bowyer, team owner Andrew Murstein has confirmed. RPM is happy with the performance of Marcos Ambrose and AJ Allmendinger.
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UPS is planning to cut back on its sponsorship of Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 6 Ford driven by David Ragan in the Sprint Cup Series.
Irwin Tools Night Race Review: Keselowsk proves he belongs; Truex has a good run; Gordon not happy about pit road shenanigans; and Johnson and Busch share points lead.
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Roush Fenway Racing teammates David Ragan and Ricky Stenhouse Jr will drive in the Grand Am Rolex Series race at Watkins Glen International.
David Ragan was able to redeem his Daytona 500 mistake with a victory in the Coke Zero 400. Others were not so fortunate when dealing with the two-car tandem.
On the second attempt at a green-white-checkered-flag finish, Ragan was out front when caution flew on the 10th lap of overtime in Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, giving the driver of the No. 6 Ford his first NASCAR Sprint Cup victory.