Nelson Piquet Jr, driver of Turner Scott Motorsports’ No. 30 Nationwide Series entry, has been penalized by NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body’s Code of Conduct policy. On September 25, Piquet violated Sections 7-5 (Code of Conduct) and 12-1 (actions detrimental to stock car racing) of the 2013 NASCAR rule book.
K&N Pro Series East driver Cole Custer will drive up to 10 races in the Camping World Truck Series in 2014, according to FoxSports.com.
Juan Montoya will not return to Earnhardt Ganassi Racing in 2014. There has been no word on who will replace him or where he will end up.
According to Godfather Motorsports, multiple sources have confirmed that the sale of Phoenix Racing to Turner-Scott Motorsports co-owner Harry Scott Jr is complete. The sale will be officially announced on Sept. 1 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Current Phoenix Racing owner James Finch will run the team until in an effort to keep the team’s 27th-place […]
Two-time Sprint Cup champion Terry Labonte is interested in purchasing Phoenix Racing from James Finch.
An on-track incident between Brian Scott and Nelson Piquet Jr during the ToyotaCare 250 spilled off-track after the race, resulting in two RCR crew members being arrested.
Nelson Piquet Jr will move to the Nationwide Series full time in 2013, according to Godfather Motorsports. Piquet will drive a Chevy fielded by Turner Scott Motorsports. Piquet finished seventh in the Camping World Truck Series standings, with two wins, nine Top 5s, and 15 Top 10s. Piquet also made two Nationwide starts last season, […]