Phoenix Racing and James Buescher have reportedly parted ways effective immediately. Buescher will compete full time in the Camping World Truck Series driving the No. 31 for Turner Motorsports. Ryan Newman will take over driving duties of the No. 1 Nationwide Series car at Dover. No word on who will drive the car after that. [...]
Tommy Baldwin Racing and Mike Bliss have parted ways effective immediately, according to FoxSports. Bliss will replace Aric Almirola in Phoenix Racing’s No. 1 Sprint Cup entry. Almirola left to concentrate on the Camping World Truck Series. Johnny Sauter will assume pilot the No. 36 Wave Energy Chevy at Texas and Talladega. No word on who [...]
Aric Almirola and Phoenix Racing have agreed to part ways. Almirola started four races for the team this season. PR lost its sponsorship from Miccosukee Resort & Gaming at the beginning of the season. Almirola has decided to focus on his Camping World Truck Series ride with Billy Ballew Motorsports.
Miccosukee Resorts & Gaming will no longer sponsor Phoenix Racing’s No. 09. Miccosukee committed to sponsor the Phoenix Racing’s No. 1 Nationwide entry for the entire season, and the No. 09 Sprint Cup entry for 18 races. Chairman of the Miccosukee tribe, Billy Cypress, lost the his bid for reelection. The new chairman ended the [...]
Aric Almirola will drive Phoenix Racing’s No. 09 full time in the Sprint Cup Series in 2010. Almirola drove one race for Phoenix last year, he finished 29th. Almirola is also slated to drive a few races for Billy Ballew Motorsports in the Camping World Truck Series.
There appear to be four candidates for Phoenix Racing’s No. 09 Sprint Cup entry, according to ESPN Insider via Jayski. Casey Mears is said to be the leading candidate. But, Reed Sorenson, David Gilliland, and David Stremme are also in the mix.
Brad Keselowski may be running out of options to compete in the Sprint Cup next season. With Tony Stewart’s recent comments that he does not plan to expand, that leaves fewer options for Keselowski in 2010.
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.
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 [...]
Following the Nationwide series’ Carfax 250 from Michigan International Raceway, NASCAR put 10 cars on the chassis dyno to check horsepower.