Jimmie Johnson made the most of his 400th career start, edging ahead of Brad Keselowski just as the final caution flag flew. That gave the No. 48 entry the preferred outside groove for the final restart, where it was all over after that. (Finally.)
Jeff Gordon, one of NASCAR’s most popular drivers, is without a full-time sponsor for 2011. Just how troubling is that in the context of the sport as a whole?
Eddie Sharp Racing will attempt to make their Truck Series debut with veteran Steve Park behind the wheel of their No. 41 Toyota.
What do Kurt Busch, Alan Kulwicki and Rusty Wallace have in common? They’re the only Cup champs without a Daytona or Talladega victory in the plate era.
Last week at New Hampshire, all three cars from the Front Row Motorsports stable left the track on the brink of Top-35 oblivion. Two days after Travis Kvapil’s No. 38 was sent home early with the team’s first DNQ of 2010, teammates Kevin Conway and David Gilliland could only muster 30-something finishes, dropping the Nos. …
On this day, Steve Park is getting ready to race in the K&N Pro Series East at Martinsville Speedway, and that series doesn’t draw the attention of the richer national touring series.
As Saturday night showed once again, short of the 10-lap trophy dash, NASCAR racing is leaving a lot to be desired at Charlotte Motor Speedway these days.
ESPN’s David Newton reported that Brian Vickers will be out of the No. 83 Red Bull Toyota for at least three months, with Casey Mears resuming driving duties.
When the Camping World Truck Series takes the track for the Mountain Dew 250, Steve Park will make his return to the CWTS.
Steve Park’s return to NASCAR’s top-three series in the Camping World Trucks next week will mark over a year since he has competed at this level.
NASCAR testing may be going on all this month at Daytona International Speedway, but as teams headed back to their hotels Monday night, the racing was just beginning across the river at the Daytona Lagoon Water Park. Former Sprint Cup driver Steve Park, Jamie France and SPEED TV analyst Dan Pardus were among those taking …
It seems like a lifetime ago, and in a way, it was. It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a decade since Dale Earnhardt Jr. came onto the scene as a then Winston Cup rookie with a heck of a name to live up to. He was a likable young kid who liked to …