Jayski.com is reporting via PRN Newswire that Bebida Beverage Company, the makers of KOMA UNWIND, will sponsor Max Q Motorsports’ No. 37 Sprint Cup team with former NASCAR Nationwide Series champion Jeff Green. Green will attempt to qualify for the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. In related news, Max Q Motorsports and Larry Gunselman […]
Kevin Conway, his marketing company Exclaim, and Biotab Nutraceuticals, the makers of ExtenZe, have settled their lawsuits with Front Row Motorsports with neither side receiving money, according to SceneDaily.com. FRM sued for$3.6 million — most of it sponsorship fees — alleging it was owed for the 2010 season. Conway filed complaints against FRM for salary, purse money, […]
Terry Labonte will drive the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford at Watkins Glen International, the team announced. This will be Labonte’s first time back at the track since 2007.
With JJ Yeley driving for Front Row Motorsports in the No. 38 Ford in the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Erik Darnell will drive for Whitney Motorsports in the No. 46 Chevy at Loudon.
JJ Yeley will drive Front Row Motorsports’s No. 38 Sprint Cup Ford in the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He will be filling in for Travis Kvapil, who will be at Iowa Speedway driving in the Camping World Truck Series. The No. 38 is 37th in owner’s points, meaning Yeley will […]
Sam Hornish Jr will return to Sprint Cup Series action At Pocono Raceway this weekend, filling in for Travis Kvapil in Front Row Motorsports’ No. 38 Long John Silver Ford.
Front Row Motorsports announced that Travis Kvapil and David Gilliland will be back behind the wheels of their FRM Fords in the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
Travis Kvapil is rumored to be the likely candidate to replace Mike Skinner at Randy Moss Motorsports in the Camping World Truck Series. But, he’s also expected to run the full Sprint Cup season for Front Row Motorsports.
Robby Gordon has filed a lawsuit against ExtenZe Racing, claiming that they have not paid him for putting their logo on his Robby Gordon Motorsports Sprint Cup cars this season. In his suit, Gordon says that Extenze Racing agreed to pay him if he put their logo on RGM’s Toyotas, which were going to be […]
In an interview with Frontstretch.com, Travis Kvapil indicated that he would be back with Front Row Motorsports in 2011, and that the team is considering moving from three cars to two. Kvapil said: It looks like we’ll have some better equipment and a better gameplan for next year. We probably won’t have three teams. I’m […]