The picture of the Chase for the Sprint Cup title changed for Newman when Logano took the Michigan win. Once again Hendrick Motorsports team leaves the Irish Hills empty-handed.
Fuel calculation became a factor in the final laps, and once again the Captain and his team were spot on for their new 2013 season driver to earn the victory.
Penske Racing’s Joey Logano sets new NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying record at Michigan International Speedway on his way to nail down the home pole for the team owner and Ford Motor Company.
Brad Keselowski teammate, Joey Logano, is trying to claw their way back into the top-10 position needed to qualify for NASCAR’s “playoffs.”
Once again Jimmie Johnson know how to take the big wins even when he has to come from behind!
The NASCAR Sprint All-Star event does not add points for the championship chase but the pay-off is the goal!
No. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota, sort of, won their appeal while Penske Racing lost their cause except for the suspensions being reduced.
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.
On May 1, 2013, the National Stock Car Racing Appeals Panel heard and considered the appeal of the No. 2 and No. 22 Penske Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams.
The entire Toyota Owners 400 race at the Richmond International Raceway kept the fans attention, even during the cautions.
Once NASCAR announced the penalties from the Texas Motor Speedway race, it did not take long for the fans to react
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
Mark Martin, No. 11 FedEx Freight Toyota Camry, interview subbing for Denny Hamlin: "I will give it my best and I will be engaged 100 percent..."
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.
NASCAR chairman Brian France informed the Associated Press that no penalties had been assessed after the Auto Club Speedway race in Fontana, California.
It was mission accomplished for mission 18 on Sunday afternoon at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., as Kyle Busch dominated and won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Auto Club 400. But the victory wasn’t nearly as easy as it appeared.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s driver Denny Hamlin has been diagnosed with a L1 compression fracture.