Michael Waltrip Racing will only field two Sprint Cup Series teams in 2014, according to the Associated Press.
Michael Waltrip Racing driver Brian Vickers will miss the remainder of the 2013 Sprint Cup Series season after Vickers was placed on blood-thinning medication after a small blood clot was found in Vickers’ right leg.
Brad Keselowski overcame a loose wheel and a jack that slipped under his car to win the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Germain Racing will switch to Chevy. The switch to Chevy will end a two-year relationship with Ford. Team owner Bob Germain informed Doug Yates, CEO of Roush Yates Engines, that the team would be switching to General Motors.
Tony Stewart underwent surgery on his right leg to examine and close a wound on his shin stemming from the broken tibia and fibula he suffered in a sprint car crash earlier this year.
Zest has extended its partnership with Roush Fenway Racing and Ricky Stenhouse Jr to include six primary sponsorships next season.
BK Racing driver Travis Kvapil has been arrested and charged with assault after getting into a domestic dispute with his wife.
Kevin Harvick cut into Matt Kenseth’s Sprint Cup points lead by winning the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway. He moved up to third in the standings, 25 points behind Kenseth.
Crew chief Chad Johnston has asked Michael Waltrip Racing for his release from the team at the end of the season. Johnston has served as crew chief for the No. 56 Toyota, which is losing its sponsor at the end of the season.
Crew chief Nick Harrison will leave Phoenix Racing’s No. 51 Sprint Cup Chevy after the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway.