Mon, 11/12/17 – 15:14 | No Comment

Richard Petty Motorsports’ famed No. 43 will return to the “Bowtie Brigade” beginning with the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
RPM and Richard Childress Racing (RCR) have announced a partnership between the two championship-winning organizations.  Longtime General Motors and Chevrolet partner RCR will supply chassis and engineering support to RPM, the organization founded […]

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Fennig Named Kenseth Crew Chief
Roush Fenway Racing announced a major crew chief change on Wednesday.
In a statement issued by the team it was announced that Jimmy Fennig is in as the crew chief for Matt Kenseth and the No. 17 Crown Royal Ford in the Sprint Cup Series. Out, is Todd Parrott, who took the job over from Drew […]

Wed, 06/23/10 – 8:31 | One Comment
Woody: Phantom Flags Have Flapped Before
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Larry Woody | Senior Writer
It’s the oldest debate in NASCAR: Do officials sometimes throw an unwarranted caution flag to close up a strung-out field and make the race more exciting?
Denny Hamlin is the latest driver to claim that it does, charging that NASCAR threw a  caution for phantom debris during a drowsy stretch at Michigan […]

Wed, 06/23/10 – 7:01 | One Comment
NASCAR Braces For Another Bout Of Danicamania
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By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
Here we go again. It’s time for Danica Patrick’s return to her stock car apprenticeship after spending four months in her full-time ride in the IZOD IndyCar Series.
The open-wheel glamour queen precipitated a major case of DanicaMania at the beginning of the season when she finished sixth in an ARCA race, […]

Wed, 06/23/10 – 6:52 | 3 Comments
Woody: Pardon The Excitement
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As the dust and car parts settled over Sunday’s race at Infineon Raceway, it seemed like everybody was apologizing.
Jeff Gordon apologized for roughing up the competition.
Marcus Ambrose apologized for blowing his first career victory with a bone-headed mistake.
Jimmie Johnson apologized – well, sort of – for lucking into yet another victory.
About the only folks who […]

Tue, 06/22/10 – 8:53 | 4 Comments
Pedley: Infineon Race Not A Race
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
I had a history professor in college who said during a lecture one day that he was kind intrigued by the concept of anarchy. But he quickly added that his intrigue was strictly clinical as human nature would render the concept nonviable in practice.
I think what we saw Sunday at […]

Mon, 06/21/10 – 10:14 | 4 Comments
Joey Saldana edged Hall of Famer Jac Haudenschild at the line by 0.164 seconds to win the World of Outlaws race at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, N.D. Sunday.
The win was the second of his career at River Cities Speedway.  It was the 65th A-Feature win of his World of Outlaws career, as he […]

Mon, 06/21/10 – 7:28 | Comments Off on Saldana Wins In River Cities
Medlen Paired With Capps
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Funny Car driver Ron Capps received a pair of unexpected presents on his 45th birthday Sunday – a first-round loss in the 10th annual NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals and a new crew chief.
Winless through the first 12 events of 2010, Capps will be paired with crew chief John Medlen “effective […]

Mon, 06/21/10 – 7:17 | One Comment
Ingram: Pondering The Blunder From Down Under
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
From the Monday Morning Crew Chief:
Was it a gaffe or an horrendous blunder?
No matter how one chooses to describe it, losing the lead under the final caution at the Infineon Raceway is likely to follow Marcos Ambrose as surely as the error in Game Six of the World Series of […]

Mon, 06/21/10 – 6:53 | Comments Off on Ingram: Pondering The Blunder From Down Under
Force Adds Another Victory
John Force regained the points lead and added to his NHRA-record victory total on Sunday when he  won the Funny Car portion of the 10th annual NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals at Bristol Dragway.
The victory was No. 130 for Force.
The other winners at the 12th race in the 23-race NHRA Full Throttle Series season were Tony […]

Sun, 06/20/10 – 19:06 | Comments Off on Force Adds Another Victory
Minter: Racing Loses A Treasure
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By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
Atlanta, Ga. – One of the pleasant parts of being a motorsports writer in the Atlanta area years ago was getting to visit on a regular basis with a true legend of the sport – Raymond Parks, who died Sunday at age 96.
When I first started frequenting Mr. Parks’ liquor […]

Sun, 06/20/10 – 18:29 | Comments Off on Minter: Racing Loses A Treasure