Scott Speed has signed on to drive Leavine Family Racing’s No. 95 Sprint Cup Ford for 15 races in 201
Kobalt Tools 500 Review: Sprint Cup championship comes down to Carl Edwards, Tony Stewart; and Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth have rough days.
As part of the electronic fuel-injection test Monday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Kasey Kahne got behind the wheel of a Hendrick Motorsports Chevy for the first time. Kahne will replace Mark Martin in the No. 5 Chevy next year, with Farmer’s Insurance appearing as a sponsor. Kahne said: There were more differences than I expected. […]
The Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway was a familiar scene resembling last year’s race at Loudon. Except this year, it was Tony Stewart who drove to victory and Clint Bowyer who ran out of fuel. Stewart started the race in 20th position and by Lap 10 he was closing in on the Top-10. On lap 174, caution […]
Former Formula 1 champion and NASCAR driver Jacques Villeneuve may be interested in purchasing Red Bull Racing’s assets, his business manager has confirmed.
Contract negotiations between Richard Childress Racing and Clint Bowyer have reached an impasse that will result in the driver leaving the team at season’s end.
Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota Racing Development announced a partnership to produce engines for used by JGR and other Toyota teams.
Crew chief Kenny Francis leave Red Bull Racing at season’s end to join Kasey Kahne at Hendrick Motorsports next season, HMS announced.
Scott Speed will drive three races for Max Q Motorsports in the No. 37 Ford starting with the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Mark Martin was on the Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain recently when he was asked if he wanted to be an owner in NASCAR. Martin said: No…I don’t. I am very interested and would love to commit to Jay Frye (Red Bull Racing vice president and general manager) and that organization to help Jay move […]