Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that Kevin Buskirk will become the crew chief of the team’s No. 36 Wave Energy Chevy that will be driven by Mike Bliss next season. Buskirk comes to TBR from Richard Petty Motorsports, where he served as crew chief for Elliott Sadler.
Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that it has signed veteran driver Mike Bliss to pilot its No. 36 Wave Energy Drink Toyota in the Sprint Cup Series next season. Michael McDowell will also pilot a TBR car with Wave Energy Drink as the primary sponsor in select Sprint Cup races next season.
Brad Keselowski drove aggressively towards the front of the pack at the Korger for the Cure 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park. Once he got there, he held off Kyle Busch to earn his fourth Nationwide Series victory of the season.
David Gilliland will drive Robby Gordon Motorsports’ No. 7 Toyota in the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 at Richmond International Raceway this weekend while Gordon will run an off-road race in Baja. Mike Bliss will drive TRG Motorsports’s No. 71 Chevy.
Mike Bliss said he was let go from Phoenix Racing’s No. 1 Miccosukee Chevy on Sunday, and he will not be in the car for this weekend’s race at Watkins Glen International, according to SceneDaily. This is surprising considering he is sixth in points and has one victory.
Greg Biffle used pit strategy and a little luck to win Friday night’s Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 Nationwide Series race at Phoenix International Raceway. Biffle stayed out during the last caution, and used a series of late cautions to hold off those who were on fresher tires. The victory is owner Jack Roush’s 100th Nationwide Series […]
Joey Logano passed his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch with nine to go and held him and Brad Keselowski off to win the Nationwide Series’ Pepsi 300 at Nashville Speedway. The victory is his second in the series. Top 5: Logano, Busch, Keselowski, Kelly Bires, and Carl Edwards. Jason Leffler, David Ragan, Mike Bliss, Steve […]
Kyle Busch won the O’Reilly 300 in dominating fashion, winning his third race in a row at Texas Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch lost second and third gear in his Billy Ballew Motorsports No. 51 Toyota, but he still managed to win his second Camping World Truck Series race in a row, the American Commercial Lines 200 from Atlanta Motor Speedway. Busch dropped back on the final restart, but once his truck got going, he passed leader […]
Kyle Busch led 95 of 100 laps to win the Camping World Truck Series’ San Bernardino Co. 200 at Auto Club Speedway. Busch finished more than nine seconds ahead of second-place finisher, Todd Bodine. Chad McCumbee, David Starr, and TJ Bell finished third through fifth, respectively. Ron Hornaday, Matt Crafton, Ricky Carmichael, Timothy Peters, and […]