Once NASCAR announced the penalties from the Texas Motor Speedway race, it did not take long for the fans to react
With Montoya's departure from EGR, two names are already rumored for the 2014 vacant seat.
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.
With the move by Mark Martin to the SHR No. 14 Chevrolet, Brian Vickers steps up to the plate earlier than expected in the No. 55 MWR Toyota.
After today's victory, Ryan Newman replied back to his crew chief Matt Borland: "You get to drive the tractor."
Aiming for a three-peat, Marcos Ambrose did not hold anything back in his Richard Petty Motorsports Ford to nail down the NASCAR Sprint Cup pole position at the Watkins Glen circuit.
Team to debut with Justin Allgaier, BRANDT at Chicagoland Speedway
No. 9 DEWALT Ford team poised for third consecutive Top-10 at Atlanta
Joe Gibbs Racing’s new Toyota driver Matt Kenseth was toughest in the Las Vegas 400, and on his 41st birthday, he celebrated his first win with his new team.
Busch, who has helped raise more than $40,000 for the Speedway Children’s Charities-Texas Chapter, will receive the Maj. General Thomas Sadler Award.
Yesterday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice, Montoya hit the wall in Turn 3 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and this morning during practice, his Earnhardt Ganassi Racing teammate McMurray hit the same wall!
While he concentrates when driving the No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota on weekends, Mark Martin keeps busy when off the track as he is overseeing the construction of Michael Waltrip Racing’s training facility.
Jamie McMurray: “Kyle is a really easy guy to get along with."
Carl Edwards has the NSCS pole at the home track for Jack Roush and Ford Motor Company and he added a bit of excitement before his qualifying attempt. He ended up with a bit of the Irish Hills luck.
Bristol focus: Kahne, Vickers and Montoya
Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series practice got the green flag for each of their sessions with the sun coming on the Watkins Glen road course.
Race outcome in Atlanta set the stage for the final battles to be held in Richmond
Johnson crashed in final practice at Michigan International Speedway, damaging his Chevrolet beyond repair.
Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch hopes to have the luck of the Irish so he can add another victory at Michigan International Speedway.
Kurt Busch is looking to continue the positive trend in his Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet in the Daytona 400 night race.
Kurt Busch knows what he needs to accomplish on Saturday night at Bristol