Browsing the "Germain Racing" Tag

How Much Does A Driver Make?

March 26th, 2014 | by Michael J Smith

Bob Pockrass, of Sporting News, wrote fascinating article about Landon Cassill’s deposition from his lawsuit with BK Racing over unpaid


Germain Racing Switching To Chevy, Forming Alliance With RCR

October 11th, 2013 | by Michael J Smith

Germain Racing will switch to Chevy. The switch to Chevy will end a two-year relationship with Ford. Team owner Bob Germain informed Doug Yates, CEO of Roush Yates Engines, that the team would be switching to General Motors


Berrier Headed To Toyota, Michael Waltrip Racing?

August 16th, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

MikeMulhern.Net is reporting that former crew chief for Richard Childress Racing's No. 31 Sprint Cup team Todd Berrier may be headed to a Toyota team, most likely Michael Waltrip Racing, or an MWR-affiliated team, which includes JTG Daugherty Racing and Pastrana Waltrip Racing


Mears To Attempt At Least 20 Races For Germain Racing In 2011

January 19th, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

Casey Mears will attempt at least 20 races for Germain Racing in the No. 13 Toyota Camry in the 2011 Sprint Cup season. At least that is the team's plan. Germain will definitely run the first six Cup races, and then make a decision based on its points position. The team hopes to run the entire season.


Bodine To Attempt All Three NASCAR Races At Daytona

January 13th, 2011 | by Michael J Smith

Todd Bodine will compete in all three NASCAR races at Daytona International Speedway next month, according to NASCAR.com. Bodine will drive his championship truck, Germain Racing's No. 30, in the Nextera Energy Resources 250, and he will drive the team's No. 15 Nationwide Series entry in the DRIVE4COPD 300.


Mears To Run Full 2011 Sprint Cup Season

September 20th, 2010 | by NASCAR Wire Service

Casey Mears said that he will run the entire 2011 Sprint Cup Series season in Germain Racing's No. 13 Toyota. GEICO is set to sponsor the car for 18 races in 2011, and the team is currently seeking addition sponsorship for the remaining races.



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