McDonalds has signed on to sponsor Earnhardt Ganassi Racing’s No. 1 Chevy and driver Jamie McMurray for11 races this season, according to ESPN. The deal is said to not have been the result of McMurray’s win in the Daytona 500.
Jamie McMurray followed up his big Daytona 500 win with a pole for the Auto Club 5oo. Juan Pablo Montoya will start second, creating an all Earnhardt Ganassi Racing front row. See the rest of the lineup here.
In the closing laps of the Daytona 500, NASCAR braced for a barrage of criticisms from fans and media memebers thanks to a two red flags and a two-hour delay to fix a pothole. In the end, however, Jamie McMurray and Dale Earnhardt Jr gave NASCAR a reason to breath a sigh of relief.
Jamie McMurray held off a hard-charging Dale Earnhardt Jr to win a thrilling Daytona 500 that was delayed nearly two hours thanks to a pothole that required patching twice. The race also made two attempts at a green-white-checker finish, due to the new rule.
According to a Dave Newton tweet, Kasey Kahne said that Richard Petty Motorsports has made him an offer to stay with the team after next season. But, Kahne said he wanted to see what other offers he gets. If he decides to leave, he could have his choice of four seats.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing announced that Jamie McMurray has signed on to drive the No. 1 Chevy in the Sprint Cup Series next season. Bass Pro Shops / Tracker Boats will also return as primary sponsor next season.
According to FoxSports, it seems that Jamie McMurray is slated to drive Earnhardt Ganassi Racing’s No. 1 car next season, but the hold up appears to be Bass Pro Shops, which is going to sponsor the car. BPS wants to move to Stewart Hass Racing’s No. 39 and Ryan Newman. Also, EGR is considering a […]
Jamie McMurray survived the green-white-checker finish to the Amp Energy 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Jimmie Johnson, who ran near the back all day, stayed out of trouble and came home sixth, expanding his points lead.
Jayski is reporting that Jamie McMurray is close to signing a deal to replace Martin Truex Jr in Earnhardt Ganassi Racing’s No. 1 Chevy next season. An announcement could come as early as next week. Truex is leaving the team to drive for Michael Waltrip Racing next season.
SceneDaily is reporting that Braun Racing is planning to run five Sprint Cup races next season with a driver that has yet to be determined. Potential candidates include Jason Leffler, the team’s current Nationwide Series driver, Bobby Labonte, Jamie McMurray, and Reed Sorenson, depending on availability. Owner Todd Braun said that he has a sponsor […]