Dodge’s SRT Motorsports unveiled the 2013 Dodge Charger that will compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series next season at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Penske Racing may switch from Dodge Chargers to Ford Fusions in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013.
Snap-on Tools has enhanced its relationship with Penske Racing, and will appear as primary sponsor on the team’s No. 22 Nationwide Series entry driven by Brad Keselowski and Parker Kligerman.
Front Row Motorsports has signed David Ragan to drive the team’s No. 34 Sprint Cup Ford. David Gilliland will drive the team’s second Sprint Cup entry, the No. 38.
Kurt Busch will drive Phoenix Racing’s No. 51 Chevy in the Sprint Cup Series in 2012, according to FoxSports.com. Busch and team owner Jame Finch reached a handshake deal.
One day after Best Buy announced that it was moving its sponsorship from Richard Petty Motorsports’ No. 43 Ford to Roush Fenway Racing and drivers Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth, Penske Racing has announced that driver of the No. 43 AJ Allmendinger will take over driving duties of the No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Dodge in 2012.
Best Buy Co., Inc. announced that it has reached a deal with Roush Fenway Racing to serve as primary sponsor for Carl Edwards for two races and Matt Kenseth for nine races in 2012.
Penske Racing announced that Todd Gordon will be crew chief for the No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Dodge in 2012.
Richard Petty Motorsports is considering replacing AJ Allmendinger with newly available Kurt Busch in an effort to retain sponsor Best Buy.
Penske Racing’s decision to “mutually” part ways with tumultuous driver Kurt Busch proves that sponsorship dollars drive NASCAR.