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
The aftermath of the NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Richmond has bitten Michael Waltrip Racing with the news that NAPA will leave at end of the season.
Goodyear changes gears with new tires at Kansas, plus Toyota is working on new Cup car design, Richard Petty Motorsports is testing the manufacturer waters and Greg Biffle has "options"
Smith is okay with the idea but he does not want to sound like an ambulance chaser. United SportsCar Racing will have a home with FOX Sports in its debut season.
Waltrip and Jeff Burton will drive the No. 66 for Michael Waltrip Racing in a limited number of races.
Once NASCAR announced the penalties from the Texas Motor Speedway race, it did not take long for the fans to react
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams wrapped up their Daytona International Speedway testing of the new cars for the 2013 season.
Matt Kenseth enjoyed celebrating with his JGR team after their success at Kansas Speedway but days later came the news from NASCAR, and the statement from TRD.
By: Amanda Vincent, NASCAR Correspondent
BK Racing offers Cole Whitt the opportunity to continue his rookie quest. XxxTreme Motorsports purchases No. 30 team. Will field car for J.J. Yeley
Amanda Vincent, NASCAR Correspondent
Regarding Tony Stewart's injury and the negative comments since his crash racing sprint cars, Jimmie Johnson stated: "I’ve been disappointed that people have given him a hard time over it."
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.