It has not been the year that Mike Wallace planned for. Starting out the year for Premium Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, he was left without a ride following the third race of the season. However, JGL Racing hired him to race at Daytona, and he was scheduled to run the No. 26 Toyota …
He’s not done yet. Veteran NASCAR driver Kenny Wallace will return to the NASCAR XFINITY Series this season, albeit in a super part-time role. The veteran just announced the news via his Twitter page. He’ll be racing, as of now, both Iowa races in the XFINITY Series. YES, As of now BOTH Iowa Races ……. …
Loudon is one of those racetracks, like Darlington, where the view from inside is vastly different from what you see on TV. With the tight confines in the corners, there is nearly always some hard racing somewhere. Plus, it’s one of those tracks that separate the best from the rest because it’s one of the most difficult on the circuit, and the driver is a more important part of the equation than at most tracks, which is something most fans have said they want. It’s a unique track, a flat mile, vastly different from the other two mile tracks on the schedule, Phoenix and Dover. Since renovations several years ago, there is passing.
If you’re the owner of one of those teams with little choice but to try to salvage what’s left of the 2012 season, perhaps a driver change is in order.
Joey Logano scored his fifth win of the Nationwide Series season after holding off charges on a number of late-race restarts, leading the final 24 circuits.
When you go to a racetrack, you’ve got to love it. So when I go to Daytona and Talladega, I know what I’m in for, so I have just got to love it.
In the battle of Gibbs teammates, it was an unlikely victor on Saturday (May 5), with Joey Logano snatching victory from Kyle Busch.
It’s been well-documented where I’m at in my career with RAB Racing. It stung really bad not racing at Texas.
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He didn’t end up in victory lane, but Martin Truex Jr. has been knocking on that door for weeks and it won’t be long now for the Mayetta, N.J. native.
On Monday, Nationwide Series regular Kenny Wallace revealed a troubling truth to his fans on Facebook.
What’s funny is, when you look at it, people know when you’re running good.