J.J. Yeley has been released from Hall of Fame Racing, and Nationwide Series driver, Brad Coleman, will take over driving duties at Michigan International Raceway later this month, the team announced Wednesday. Coleman has been a test driver for the team since late last year. P.J. Jones will be in the car at this weekend’s […]
After a green-white-checker-finish that saw Jeff Gordon get spun and a mid-pack multi-car accident, NASCAR threw the caution flag, ending the Coke Zero 400 from Daytona International Speedway. NASCAR used scoring loops to determine that Kyle Busch was just inches in front of Carl Edwards when the caution came out, giving him his sixth win […]
Tony Stewart has been feeling under the weather all day. He received two IVs before the Coke Zero 400 from Daytona International Speedway to rehydrate, and managed to start the race in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20. But under caution at 72, Stewart climbed out of the car, and J.J. Yeley climbed in. Stewart is being […]
Paul Menard wins the pole for the Coke Zero 400 from Daytona International Speedway with a time of 48.41.
On Saturday, Tony Stewart became the 22nd winner in 22 Nationwide series races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when he won the Camping World RV Sales 200. The win marked his fifth in the series this year, and the eight for Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 20 car. Stewart took two tires on his final pit […]
Kurt Busch had a bit of good luck for a change, leading the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 when the final caution came out for rain with 18 laps to go. Shortly after that, NASCAR called the race, declaring Busch the winner. Michael Waltrip, J.J. Yeley, Martin Truex Jr., and Elliott Sadler rounded out the top […]
Kasey Kahne took the pole for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway. Jimmie Johnson, Kurt Busch, Bobby Labonte, and Jeff Gordon round out the top 5. Elliott Sadler, Marcos Ambrose, Robby Gordon, Ryan Newman, and Greg Biffle will start sixth through 10th, respectively. Notables: Carl Edwards (12th), Denny Hamlin (13th), Boris Said (14th), Dale Earnhardt […]
Clint Bowyer capitalized on the incident between Kyle Busch and Dale Earnhardt Jr, and won the Dan Lowry 400.