Joe Gibbs Racing has reached a multi-year contract extension with Kyle Busch, driver of the team’s No. 18 Sprint Cup Series Toyota. As part of the agreement, JGR will field the No. 54 Monster Energy Toyota in the Nationwide Series, which ran last year under the name Kyle Busch Motorsports. Busch will be the primary [...]
Rumor has it that Kyle Busch Motorsports is expected to announce that Parker Kligerman will drive for the team full time in the Nationwide Series in 2013. Kligerman drove for Penske Racing in the Nationwide Series before being released in favor of Ryan Blaney. He drove for Brad Keselowski Racing in the Camping World Truck [...]
OneMain Financial announced that it has formed a partnership with Joe Gibbs Racing to be the primary sponsor of the No. 11 OneMain Financial Toyota driven by Elliott Sadler in the Nationwide Series.
Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that it has signed a multi-year deal with Monster Energy Company as primary sponsor for the team’s No. 54 Nationwide Series Toyota Camry. Team owner Kyle Busch will split driving duties of the car with his older bother Kurt.
Kyle Busch Motorsports announced that Jason Leffler will drive the team’s No. 18 Toyota Tundra in the Camping World Truck Series next season, according to FoxSports.com. Leffler will drive the truck for at least 14 races in 2012, with sponsorship from Dollar General. KBM is still seeking sponsorship for the remaining races on the schedule. [...]
Kyle Busch has been parked for this weekend’s events at Texas Motor Speedway due to aggressive driving in the Win Star World Casino 350k Camping World Truck Series race.
Denny Hamlin drove through the field after a pit stop on Lap 134 and won Saturday’s Kroger 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway in his only start this year.
Nelson Piquet Jr is looking for a ride in the Camping World Truck Series for 2012, and several teams could be in the running to land the former Formula 1 driver.
Dollar General is expected to announce that it will sponsor Joe Gibbs Racing Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series teams in 2012.
Following the O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 at Kansas Speedway, reports began to surface of an altercation between Richard Childress Racing owner Richard Childress and Joe Gibbs Racing driver, Kyle Busch. Witnesses say that Childress put Busch in a headlock and punched him because, following a tough on-track battle with RCR Joey Coulter, Busch hit Coulter’s truck on the cool-down lap.