Roush Fenway Racing president Steve Newmark said that he expects to field three teams in 2012. That means David Ragan, most likely, will not be back with the team.
Bank of America 500 Review: Kenseth proves he’s in the hunt; Hendrick Motorsports struggles; and underdogs shine at Charlotte.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr may drive for Wood Brothers Racing next season, according to Sirius Speedway, via Jayski.com. The decision will be made in the next few weeks as to whether Trevor Bayne, who won the season-opening Daytona 500 in WBR’s legendary No. 21, will stay in the car or be replaced by current Nationwide Series [...]
Kyle Busch pulled away during the final green-flag run to win Friday night’s Virginia 529 College Savings 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
David Ragan was able to redeem his Daytona 500 mistake with a victory in the Coke Zero 400. Others were not so fortunate when dealing with the two-car tandem.
Rick Hendrick is finalizing a contract extension that would keep Dale Earnhardt Jr with Hendrick Motorsports for the next three-to-five years. It makes sense for him to re-sign with the team.
Will anyone remember who won the 2011 Coca Cola 600? Probably not. But, everyone will remember who didn’t win: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
As a precaution, Roush Fenway Racing and Wood Brothers Racing have decided to hold Trevor Bayne out of competition for another week. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the plan is to have Bayne return to the Nationwide Series at Chicagoloand Speedway in the STP 300.
Roush Fenway Racing and Wood Brothers Racing have decided to hold Trevor Bayne out of this weekend’s NASCAR events to give him another week to get back to full strength.
The weekend that was, at the Monster Mile: A post-race procedure change, a young driver to watch, and a violent Nationwide Series wreck.