Keyed-Up Motorsports is planning on running the first five Sprint Cup races of 2011, according to Jayski. Scott Riggs is rumored to be the driver, with engines provided by Earnhardt Childress engines. Doug Richert is expected to be crew chief. Nothing official, however, has been announced.
Keyed-Up Motorsports is closing up it’s Facebook page, which seems to indicate that the team is closing up shop due to a lack of funds. This, however, has not yet been confirmed. There is no indication on the team’s website whether the team is shutting down or not.
Keyed-Up Motorsports announced that its No. 90 car will go on hiatus until funding is secured. The team has reduced staff and will not compete in the All Star event, as previously planned. That weekend, the team was to feature a fan car driven by Scott Riggs, where fans could get their name on the […]
Keyed Up Motorsports announced via its Facebook page that Scott Riggs will run the No. 90 Chevy in the Sprint Showdown at Charlotte as part of the All Star Race. The team will have a special KUM and Scott Riggs Fan car where fans can sponsor the car at a special rate and receive a […]
Keyed-Up Motorsports announced that it will be reducing its schedule in the Sprint Cup series. The team will continue looking for sponsorship and refuses to start and park for funding. While the team has not issued a formal schedule, the team will not attempt to start at this weekend’s race at Texas Motor Speedway. The […]
Keyed-Up Motorsports announced that Scott Riggs will drive the No. 90 Chevy at Phoenix and Texas. He replaces Casey Mears, who recently left the team to serve as a backup driver for Denny Hamlin as he recovers from surgery to repair his ACL. Phoenix will be the 2010 Sprint Cup debut for Riggs, who has […]
According to Keyed-Up Motorsports’ Official Facebook page, ”Our deal with Casey was six races and we honored that, both Keyed-Up and Casey honored that. Casey has decided to participate elsewhere the next few races, and we will announce our replacement on Tuesday. Casey has been a great benefit to our team and we wish him the […]
Keyed-Up Motorsports, which has yet to qualify for a Sprint Cup race this season, announced that Juice Air Fresheners and SMELLmyCAR.com return as co-primary sponsor for the No. 90 car and driver Casey Mears for this weekend’s race at Bristol.
Keyed Up Motorsports announced that Casey Mears will drive the team’s No. 90 Sprint Cup entry for the 2010 season. Doug Richert was recently hired as crew chief for the team.
Keyed-Up Motorsports announced that it has hired Doug Richert as crew cheif for its No. 90 Sprint Cup entry for the 2010 season. Richert’s first order of business is to hire a competitive pit crew. Richert served as crew chief for Robby Gordon Motorsports’ No. 7 at the end of last season. No word on […]