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 [...]
Front Row Motorsports has named Brian Burns crew chief of its No. 34 Long John Silver Ford Fusion and driver Travis Kvapil. Meanwhile, Greg Conner will move to the team’s No. 37 A&W All American Food and driver Dave Blaney. Conner spent the last three months serving as crew chief for the No. 34 Ford, [...]
Front Row Motorsports is suing its former driver, Kevin Conway, and sponsor, Biotab Nutraceuticals, which sells ExtenZe, for non-payment of part of a sponsorship deal for Conway to drive a Sprint Cup entry for the team this season.
Robby Gordon Motorsports has signed Kevin Conway and ExtenZe Racing to pilot RGM’s No. 7 Sprint Cup Toyota for the remainder of the season. Conway will pilot the RGM Toyota starting with this weekend’s Emory Healthcare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Robby Gordon Motorsports is working on a deal to keep Kevin Conway in an RGM Toyota for the rest of the season, and possibly next season.
According to the NASCAR Insiders, Kevin Conway may be on thin ice with Front Row Motorsports. Conway has performed poorly, despite being guaranteed a starting spot in all but one race this season, through shuffling by team owner, Bob Jenkins. Conway has made all 21 starts — he didn’t start the Daytona 500 because he was [...]