Rusty Wallace Inc will shutdown its Nationwide Series team due to a lack of funding. Officially, the team is on “hiatus.”
NASCAR reinstated Camping World Truck Series driver Jack Smith and Sprint Cup Series crew member Gary Frost. Smith was indefinitely suspended last September for violating Section 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) of the NASCAR rule book. The violation stemmed from Smith’s arrest in which he was charged with three felony counts of “fraudulently […]
David Reutimann will drive a third Rusty Wallace Racing Toyota in this weekend’s Nationwide Series race at Nashville Superspeedway. Reutimann will drive the No. 64 Flatout Flatbread Camry in the Nashville 300. The No. 64 Camry will appear in select races for the remainder of the Nationwide Series season, with Reutimann, David Stremme, and Jason […]
Rusty Wallace Racing driver Michael Annett was arrested over the weekend and charged with driving while intoxicated, texting while driving, failure to reduce speed and resisting an officer in the Mooresville area, ESPN.com is reporting. Annett had a blood alcohol content of .32, four times the legal limit of .08, and was said to have […]
Rusty Wallace Racing announced that veteran crew chief Doug Randolph will serve as crew chief for Steve Wallace and the No. 66 Nationwide Series Toyota in 2011.
Rusty Wallace Racing, which is switching to Toyota in the Nationwide Series next season, has announced that it has formed a technical alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing. JGR will provide technical support for the team’s factory-backed Toyota Camrys. Engines will be provided by Triad Racing Development.
Rusty Wallace Racing and Toyota Racing Development announced that RWR is switching from Chevy to Toyota in the 2010 Nationwide Series season. Drivers Steve Wallace and Brendan Gaughan will return to the team full time in 2010, as well.