FAS Lane Racing announced that 2011 Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year Timmy Hill will drive the team’s No. 32 U.S. Chrome Ford in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013. Hill joined FLR in 2012, running three races towards the end of the season. He finished a career-high 22nd place at Kansas Speedway. Veteran drivers [...]
Ken Schrader, who drove FAS Lane Racing’s No. 32 in 12 Sprint Cup Series races last season, will return to drive that car in 10 races.
Terry Labonte will drive the No. 32 Ford for FAS Lane Racing in the 2012 Daytona 500, the team announced.
Jayski is reporting via Ralph Sheheen’s Twitter feed that Ken Schrader may run a few Sprint Cup races for Frank Stoddard in Stoddard’s No. 32 FAS Lane Racing Ford. Sheheen says he will probably run at Bristol Motor Speedway and Martinsville Speedway.
Kyle Busch overcame starting from the rear of the field, and stretched his fuel to win the O’Reilly 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The win is his third Camping World Truck win in his Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota.
Red Bull Racing announced that Ken Schrader will drive the team’s No. 82 Toyota in the 2010 Bud Shootout. Schrader, a two-time Shootout winner, is eligible thanks to a change in the rules this year. Scott Speed, the regular driver of the No. 82, is not eligible.
After deciding to run the full Sprint Cup season in 2009, Phoenix Racing has announced that Brad Keselowski will drive 10 races in the No. 09 Miccosukee Resorts and Gaming Chevy. Keselowski will also run seven races in the No. 25 GoDaddy.com Chevy for Hendrick Motorsports. By running 17 races, if Keselowski runs the full [...]
SceneDaily is reporting that Joe Gibbs Racing driver Joey Logano will not return to Hall of Fame Racing’s No. 96 car this season, a spokesperson confirmed. Logano was slated to drive at the Bank of America 500 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, the TUMS QuikPak 500 from Martinsville Speedway, and the Dickies 500 from Texas Motor [...]