Three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams penalized following race at Texas Motor Speedway: One car from Michael Waltrip Racing and two cars from Penske Racing
There has been a discussion surrounding the lack of safer barriers around certain parts of tracks in NASCAR for a long time now, and it's been reignited after Dale Earnhardt Jr. crashed into an unprotected wall at Texas this past weekend.
The 1989 NASCAR champion will get a taste of what a present-day Cup car is really like.
Keselowski made some serious allegations in the media this week about the hiring processes of some big teams in NASCAR.
Once NASCAR announced the penalties from the Texas Motor Speedway race, it did not take long for the fans to react
Reid Bigland, President and CEO – Dodge Brand, Chrysler Group LLC; Ralph Gilles, President and CEO – SRT Brand and Motorsports, Chrysler Group LLC; and Roger Penske, Penske Racing, comment on the rise of NASCAR’s newest Sprint Cup Series champion
The Chief Appellate Officer for National Stock Car Racing statement did include one minor change by reducing the suspensions for 7 of the team members.
It was an exciting night under the lights at Richmond in a race that saw cars bursting into flames, drivers going three wide for the lead in the closing laps, and there were even a few punches thrown!
NASCAR Sprint Cup testing was uneventful until Earnhardt Jr. decided to give Ambrose a push going down the back stretch. It did not work out as planned. A total of 12 cars were involved in the crash that followed.
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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.
On the road course in the Finger Lakes region of New York, Joe Gibbs Racing’s Kyle Busch had his Toyota in the hunt throughout the race to nail down the NASCAR Sprint Cup victory.
After Thursday on track testing action, Fan Fest will host question and answer sessions with the drivers for the fans.
Rain washes out NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Field set by 2012 points which puts Danica Patrick 37th on the grid.
A crash on 34th lap of the Daytona 500 has affected nine cars.
Brad Keselowski and team owner Roger Penske were the men of the hour at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final night of celebration in Las Vegas, Nevada. Special award winners included Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
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!
No. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota, sort of, won their appeal while Penske Racing lost their cause except for the suspensions being reduced.