There appear to be four candidates for Phoenix Racing’s No. 09 Sprint Cup entry, according to ESPN Insider via Jayski. Casey Mears is said to be the leading candidate. But, Reed Sorenson, David Gilliland, and David Stremme are also in the mix.
Despite it being widely reported that Brad Keselowski has signed on to drive for Penske Championship Racing next season, the process doesn’t seem to be a done deal… at least not one anyone is willing to confirm publicly. ESPN reported that David Stremme, current PCR driver, said he was out of a ride, comments Stremme [...]
On the penultimate restart, Tony Stewart took the lead of the Helluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen from Kyle Busch. He then easily held off a late charge from Marcos Ambrose to earn his fifth Sprint Cup victory at Watkins Glen International.
Brad Keselowski may be running out of options to compete in the Sprint Cup next season. With Tony Stewart’s recent comments that he does not plan to expand, that leaves fewer options for Keselowski in 2010.
Brad Keselowski’s name has been connected to Penske Championship Racing’s No. 12 for the second year in a row, FoxSports.com reports. David Stremme has been struggling this season, as may not be in the ride come next season. Right now, Keselowski hopes to stay with Hendrick Motorsports, or a satellite team.
Tony Stewart and Kyle Busch tangled coming to the checkered flag of the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, triggering a multi-car wreck, and creating another wild restrictor plate race finish that is sure to be talked about for weeks to come.
Picking 22nd to determine his starting spot in the Bud Shootout, Yates Racing’s Paul Menard picked the pole and will lead the field to the green on Saturday night. Richard Petty Motorsports’ Elliott Sadler will start outside row one. Sadler’s teammate Reed Sorenson will start third, with Scott Speed of Red Bull Racing and Joe Gibbs [...]
The Nationwide Series Car Of Tomorrow made its debut on Monday at a test at Richmond International Raceway, and thus far, the driver response has been positive. Carl Edwards told ESPN: I hadn’t seen the car all finished and sitting on the ground. It’s good. It drives really well. It feels a lot like the car we’re [...]
Carl Edwards passed Clint Boywer for the lead with 28 laps to go and pulled away through three restarts to win the weather-delayed Emerson Radio 250 from Richmond International Raceway.
Penske Racing has named David Stremme driver of the team’s No. 12 Alltel Dodge for the 2009 Sprint Cup season. Stremme, who drives for Rusty Wallace Inc. in the Nationwide series, replaced Sterling Marlin at Chip Ganassi Racing in the No. 40 Coors Light Dodge. After two seasons, Stremme was released from CGR due to [...]