At the start of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Penske Racing's Brad Keselowski was not one of the favorites for the championship. Yet they won which makes them our #3 top 20 moment!
The 11th top moment was an easy decision by the staff at Motorsport.com: The Clint Bowyer/Jeff Gordon fight at Phoenix which, of course, included their teams!
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. became the only NASCAR Nationwide driver to earn the championship under the new “declare a series rule” and he did it twice! We felt that he definitely deserved a spot in our top 20 moments.
With Chastain’s departure, the SS Racing team now has full and part-time opportunities available for both the No. 07 and No. 08 trucks for the upcoming 2013 season.
Superspeedway testing key in developing rules package for 2013 NASCAR Ford Fusion during the holidays prior to the new Cup cars debut in Daytona.
Zaxby's serving as primary sponsorship on No. 7 Toyota Tundra
Crew Chief Mike Kelley to return to RFR No. 6 Ford team next season
Youth thrives from entry level to National Series during 2012 campaign.
The team will continue to run Fords with Roush Yates engines. Front Row builds on strength in stability, team draws on long-time partnerships to build off history-best finishes.
Team completes first of new 2013 Toyota at the two-day open test
Troops in the Middle East and Germany were visited by the NASCAR drivers
2012 first-time Sprint Cup champion loves to tweet, and even had his hands slapped by NASCAR, not once but twice! His followers include the worldwide fans and the media.
Even NASCAR’s youngest fans are ready for the return of brand identity
Logano took time on day 2 of testing to talk about how the adjustment period is going.
Today is the first official on track test for Keselowski in the Penske Ford.
All eyes on new sixth-generation NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car
Earnhardt Jr. talked about the new Hendrick Chevrolet after the morning session.