Michael Waltrip will drive Swan Racing’s No. 30 Sprint Cup Series Toyota in the 2013 Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway. Waltrip will be reunited with crew chief Tony Eury Jr and competition director Steve Hmiel, whom he worked with at Dale Earnhardt Inc. Waltrip said: I am thrilled to drive the #30 Toyota for [...]
Ford Racing has released an updated version of its Ford Fusion that will be used in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013. The main difference being a real grille.
Kyle Busch unveiled the 2013 Sprint Cup Toyota Camry. The new model features an updated nose and grille design along with contour lines down the sides, to make it resemble the production model more than before.
Joe Gibbs Racing is close to signing a long-term extension with Toyota within the next month, according to ESPN.com. There has been speculation that JGR could switch to Dodge, but this news makes those rumors seem less likely. JGR President JD Gibbs said that the team working on a deal that would keep them with [...]
Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyota Racing Development announced a partnership to produce engines for used by JGR and other Toyota teams.
Carl Edwards has re-signed with Roush Fenway Racing, the organization announced. RFR said that Edwards has signed a multi-year deal that begins with the 2012 season.
Toyota plans to run its Camry model in the Sprint Cup Series in 2013, but it will not be the same model that currently runs in the series. Toyota is planning on unveiling a redesigned Camry for the 2012 model year, and hopes to incorporate those changes into its Cup model in 2013.
Richard Petty met with officials from Toyota and Michael Waltrip Racing Sunday and Monday, which could mean the team is considering a switch from Ford Fusions from Roush Fenway Racing to Toyota Camrys from MWR.
Intertstate Batteries announced that it has extended its sponsorship of Joe Gibbs Racing. Under the agreement, Interstate will serve a primary sponsor for six races for the No. 18 Sprint Cup Toyota driven by Kyle Busch, and one Nationwide Series race each season.
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.