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Joey Logano, driver of the No. 22 Ford Fusion, is ninth in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series standings heading into Sunday’s Martinsville 500. He held a Q&A session at his team hauler, where a variety of issues were discussed.
Looks for continued boost in the standings with solid finish in the STP Gas Booster 500.
Marcos Ambrose says that he knows how to conserve his brake package to be able to drive aggressively at the end of the 500-lap race.
Riverside native, David Gilliland revels in hometown support.
David Ragan: FRM making gains on downforce tracks.
New car, old track put more control in driver's hands.
Marcos Ambrose looking to move back up the standings at world's fastest half mile race track.
Bayne and the No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion will skip the next three Sprint Cup races.
Brad keselowski, No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion: "Some races just look visibly fast watching it. Today looked like a bunch of guys that had kind of been cut loose."
With the win Roush Fenway scored the first win for Ford in the new Gen 6 Fusion.
Las Vegas will be the first intermediate-track test of the new Generation-6 Sprint Cup race car, and it will come at one of Trevor Bayne’s best race tracks.
After more than two years in the making, the car that helped bring back “stock car to NASCAR” is ready to take to Daytona track.
The team is currently pursuing sponsor partners to fill the rest of the Sprint Cup Series schedule.
Superspeedway testing key in developing rules package for 2013 NASCAR Ford Fusion during the holidays prior to the new Cup cars debut in Daytona.
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.
Charlotte is the scene of testing the 2013 next generation Cup cars. Not all of the teams elected to take part in the NASCAR open test at this time.