Penske Racing owner Roger Penske offered Tony Stewart the chance to drive for him in the 2013 Indianapolis 500, if he desired. After making the offer at the 2012 Sprint Cup Series award banquet, Penske said: If he wants to do the double, I’d put him in it. We’ve talked about it before. I guess […]
Kevin Harvick signed a multi-year agreement to drive for Stewart Haas Racing in 2014, according to ESPN.com
Jimmie Johnson pulled away from Brad Keselowski during a green-white-checkered-flag finish to win the AAA Texas 500 and tighten his grip on a possible sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship.
Matt Kenseth won a wild war of attrition, otherwise known as the Hollywood Casino 400, beating Martin Truex Jr. to the checkered flag by .495 seconds to claim his third victory of the season, his first at Kansas and the 24th of his career.
Bass Pro Shops has reached a deal with Stewart Haas Racing to sponsor the team’s No. 14 Chevy driven by team co-owner Tony Stewart in 2013.
Stewart Haas Racing announced that Quicken Loans has expanded its sponsorship of the No. 39 Chevy driven by Ryan Newman.
Clint Bowyer won the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway while Kasey Kahne and Jeff Gordon secured the Chase wild cards.
Office Depot will leave Stewart Haas Racing’s No. 14 car driven by Tony Stewart at season’s end, and will not sponsor the car in any capacity in 2013.
Jeff Gordon capitalized on a mistake by Jimmie Johnson to win the rain-shortened Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway.
Despite losing its Army sponsorship next season, Stewart Haas Racing still expects to field three full time teams said Tony Stewart on a conference call with reporters recently.