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Joe Gibbs Racing Confirms Tuesday Press Conference About Organization’s Future

Joe Gibbs Racing Confirms Tuesday Press Conference About Organization’s Future

Is the future of Joe Gibbs Racing finally coming together? A press conference next week may hold all the answers. JGR has confirmed it will hold a press conference next Tuesday morning (Aug. 19) at 10 a.m. ET, though the fine details have not been determined. However, it is widely anticipated that it will be officially announced that Carl Edwards will join the organization for the 2015 Sprint Cup Series season. But even then, the press conference wouldn’t be all ... Read More »

Tony Stewart Sitting Out at Michigan, Jeff Burton to Drive No. 14

Tony Stewart Sitting Out at Michigan, Jeff Burton to Drive No. 14

Tony Stewart will again be absent when the Sprint Cup Series takes the green flag this Sunday. Stewart-Haas Racing has announced that Stewart, who was involved in a fatal sprint car accident in upstate New York state last weekend, will not compete in Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Sprint Cup Series veteran Jeff Burton will pilot the No. 14 Mobil1/Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet in Sunday’s race. Michigan will make the second race in row that Stewart has ... Read More »

Ryan Blaney Driving for Wood Bros. Racing in 2015

Ryan Blaney Driving for Wood Bros. Racing in 2015

Wood Brothers Racing has named its guy for 2015. On Thursday (Aug. 14), the longtime race team announced it would form a technical alliance with Team Penske for the 2015 Sprint Cup Series season and will race a minimum 12-race schedule with current Camping World Truck Series points leader Ryan Blaney as the driver of the iconic No. 21 Motorcraft Ford Fusion. “Wood Brothers Racing is excited to align with Roger Penske and his team and we couldn’t be more ... Read More »

Nationwide Series Breakdown: Lilly Diabetes 250

Nationwide Series Breakdown: Lilly Diabetes 250

Ty Dillon would return the legendary No. 3 back to Victory Lane at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway after gaining the lead on a late restart with just 25 laps to go to score his first career Nationwide Series win in the Lilly Diabetes 250. Dillon, who led 24 laps on the afternoon, held off a surging Kyle Busch by .833 seconds to score the victory. Matt Kenseth would come home third while Kevin Harvick, who had the dominant car most ... Read More »

Hamilton Confident in Future Despite Vettel Rumors

Hamilton Confident in Future Despite Vettel Rumors

2008 Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton insists that his long term future with Mercedes is not in doubt, despite increasing speculation linking four time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel to the team. Red Bull’s lead motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has suggested that Mercedes has started to ramp up their efforts to try to lure Vettel for 2016, after Hamilton’s current deal expires. Although Hamilton knows the speculations are beginning to run rampant, he remains confident that will be at Mercedes ... Read More »

Ambrose, Penske V8 Supercar Deal Close

Ambrose, Penske V8 Supercar Deal Close

From all appearances over the last couple of weeks, it was starting to look certain that Marcos Ambrose would return to Richard Petty Motorsports and the No. 9 Ford Fusion in 2015. However, a report surfaced on Thursday that Ambrose would be leaving NASCAR at the end of this season and returning to his native Australia. According to the Brisbane Courier – Mail, Ambrose, a two time Supercars champion would drive for a team co-owned by legendary IndyCar and NASCAR ... Read More »

Jeremy Clements Racing Announces New Crowd Funding Campaign

Jeremy Clements Racing Announces New Crowd Funding Campaign

Jeremy Clements Racing announced on Thursday the launch of  “Help Jeremy Clements Achieve Greatness,” an Indiegogo campaign to help support Clements’ efforts in the Nationwide Series. For Jeremy Clements Racing, underfunded is the norm as they battle to remain competitive against the elite teams in the Nationwide Series. However despite having about 80% less funding than the bigger teams, Clements has enjoyed great success in 2014 by recording two top-10 finishes, highlighted by a sixth-place run at Road America in June. ... Read More »

Nationwide Series Breakdown: Sta-Green 200

Nationwide Series Breakdown: Sta-Green 200

Brad Keselowski dominated the Sta-Green 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway leading a race high 152 laps for his 29th career Nationwide Series victory and his 2nd win of 2014. Keselowski beat Kyle Busch to the checkers by 1.880 seconds. Kyle Larson would finish 3rd and Matt Kenseth would finish 4th on a day completely dominated by the Sprint Cup Series regulars. Chris Buescher would carry the afternoon for the Nationwide regulars finishing 5th. It was a typical 200 lap ... Read More »

Indy Car Future at Pocono in Doubt

Indy Car Future at Pocono in Doubt

Just as quickly as Pocono Raceway made its return last year after a 24 year absence to the Indy Car schedule, it appears as if Pocono is on the verge of finding itself once again off the Indy schedule due to attendance woes. Track President Brandon Igdalsky says that he plans to meet with Indy Car CEO Mark Miles and other high ranking series officials to discuss the track possibly dumping the final year of its three year contract to ... Read More »

Bristol Putting More Focus on Fan Experiences

Bristol Putting More Focus on Fan Experiences

Bristol Motor Speedway has long been known as one of the most popular tracks among the fans in NASCAR due to fierce door to door battles and great fan experiences. It looks like race weekend in August will be no exception. The speedway announced on Thursday they will be adding a new premium seating option along with longtime track partner Food City. In addition the track announced that they are expanding the Nationwide Series race an additional 50 laps to become ... Read More »