Not only did Jennifer Jo Cobb walk away, but her crew, her crew chief and her PR representative all left the team as well at Bristol.
For Saturday’s Nationwide Series race, Jennifer Jo Cobb was introduced as the driver of the No. 79 car at Bristol, but never took the green flag.
A blown Goodyear entering turn 1 coming to the checkers left the door wide open for Mark Martin to extend his all-time lead in Nationwide wins to 49.
If Kyle Busch made it look easy Friday night winning the Truck Series race at Phoenix, it’s hard to find an appropriate phrase to describe what he did Saturday.
Unpredictable. That sums up Daytona weekend, from the photo finishes in the Truck and Nationwide series races to Trevor Bayne scoring his first NASCAR victory.
Michael Waltrip took the checkers 0.061 seconds ahead of Elliott Sadler to win the NextEra Energy Resources 250 Friday night at Daytona International Speedway.
Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 0.577 seconds ahead of Ron Hornaday Jr. to win the Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway Friday night.
As Jennifer Jo Cobb’s season in NASCAR’s Truck Series comes to a close, she sat down with Frontstretch’s Bryan Davis Keith to discuss the learning curve.
This weekend, the Camping World Truck Series rolls into the hills of Pennsylvania for the series debut at Pocono Raceway.
The No. 3 returned to Daytona… and to its familiar home in victory lane… on Friday night (July 2).
It’s hard to imagine there will one day be a Truck Series without the likes of Todd Bodine, Ron Hornaday Jr. and Mike Skinner.
Pocono’s green-white-checkered finish occurred with leader Denny Hamlin within 100 yards of the start/finish line. Should NASCAR have thrown that caution?