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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Brooke Tatnell  wired the field at Knoxville Raceway and held off a very hard charging Jason Meyers and Sammy Swindell at the end of the 25-lapper to score his first World of Outlaws win since 2008 and make up for his near miss at Knoxville two years ago.
Tatnell got the jump at the start to […]

Fri, 06/4/10 – 6:48 | Comments Off on Tatnell Goes Distance In Knoxville
Dillon Earns First Truck Pole
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Fort Worth, Texas – Austin Dillon stamped his first career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start at Texas Motor Speedway as memorable, qualifying on-pole for Friday night’s WinStar World Casino 400k in Fort Worth.
Dillon, driver of the No. 3 Bass Pro Shops/Remington/Tracker Boats Chevrolet Silverado, toured the 1.5-mile TMS quadoval […]

Thu, 06/3/10 – 20:10 | Comments Off on Dillon Earns First Truck Pole
Scheckter Fills In For Conway
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By John Sturbin/Senior Writer
Fort Worth, Texas – Tomas Scheckter, a former IZOD IndyCar Series pole and race-winner at Texas Motor Speedway, will replace Mike Conway in Dreyer & Reinbold Racing’s No. 24 Roll Coater entry during Saturday night’s Firestone 550k.
Conway is recovering from multiple leg and back injuries suffered during a spectacular last-lap crash involving […]

Thu, 06/3/10 – 19:25 | Comments Off on Scheckter Fills In For Conway
Franchitti Says He’s Not In Jim Clark’s Class
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Fort Worth, Texas – His second Indianapolis 500 victory has qualified Dario Franchitti for “Legend of the Brickyard” status.
Then again, maybe not so fast. Franchitti became only the eighth driver in the 94-year history of the race to record at least two wins in the Memorial Weekend classic, a list […]

Thu, 06/3/10 – 18:12 | Comments Off on Franchitti Says He’s Not In Jim Clark’s Class
Minter: RIP, Mercury
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The news this week that Ford is dropping the Mercury line that has for years produced cars for people who wanted a little more than a Ford but not as much as a Lincoln brings to mind the 1970s in NASCAR, when the “Big Cars” still ruled the roost in the series now known as […]

Thu, 06/3/10 – 10:57 | 3 Comments
Minter: Welcome To Era Of Disposable Cars
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By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
It’s been interesting to observe the way crashes are handled in NASCAR garage these days. The cars themselves have become almost expendable in the interest of excitement. More later on the drivers aboard them.
Before a car wrecked in practice or qualifying is ever dragged all the way into the garage […]

Thu, 06/3/10 – 6:57 | One Comment
IRL Notes: IndyCar To Hit Streets Of Baltimore
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Randy Bernard’s blueprint for growing the IZOD IndyCar Series in 2011 and beyond began taking shape Wednesday, with the announcement that the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix will be contested next summer on a 2.4-mile temporary street circuit incorporating the scenic Inner Harbor area of downtown.
Baltimore Racing Development (BRD) has been granted an Aug. 5-7 date […]

Wed, 06/2/10 – 20:36 | Comments Off on IRL Notes: IndyCar To Hit Streets Of Baltimore
Villeneuve Hired By Braun
Braun Racing has announced that former Formula One World Champion Jacques Villeneuve will drive the No. 32 Dollar General Toyota in the upcoming NASCAR Nationwide Series’ inaugural event at Road America (Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin) and at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada.
Villeneuve earned his first career CART Series win at Elkhart Lake and the return […]

Wed, 06/2/10 – 10:26 | One Comment
Kurt Busch, Too, Has Matured Into A Contender
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
One of the most hammered upon stories of the year as been the maturation process of Kyle Busch. You know: He is racing so much better in 2010 because he has a new attitude – a more mature attitude.
Busch himself has credited Mark Martin with standing as a role model […]

Wed, 06/2/10 – 10:18 | 2 Comments
Woody: Fox Trots Away A Winner
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By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Fox Sports wrapped up its share of the NASCAR season with last Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600, handing the mike off to TNT this weekend at Pocono.
After six races on TNT, ESPN takes over for the rest of the season (except when the races are on ABC. Yes, it gets confusing, but […]

Wed, 06/2/10 – 7:20 | 6 Comments