MIchael Waltrip Racing driver, Clint Bowyer, finished 11th in Sunday’s Daytona 500.
Kyle Busch won the second Daytona Duel race today, Clint Bowyer, Matt Kenseth and Mark Martin finished 4th, 5th and 6th.
Martin Truex Jr. was 19th fastest in pole qualifying, now he has to race for his Daytona 500 starting position.
Michael Waltrip and Kasey Kahne fastest as Sprint Cup drivers practice for Thursday’s Duel races to set final starting lineup except for the front row which locked in after Sunday’s qualifying.
David Ragan, David Gilliland bring Daytona success as Josh Wise guns for first 500 start.
Waltrip To Drive No. 26 Sandy Hook School Support Fund Toyota Camry for the DAYTONA 500®; Fans Can Make $10 Donations By Texting NEWTOWN to 80888
Mark Martin: If you feel like fighting, it don't matter what NASCAR's going to do to you -- you're still going to do i
After a successful test in the new Gen-6 Toyota Camry in Daytona last month, Truex is one of the favorites in Saturday night’s Sprint Unlimited and Sunday’s run for the Coors Pole Award.
Teams use testing at Charlotte to fine-tune Gen-6 car for 2013.
Friday afternoon during the testing session a 12 car crash occurred while a group of cars were drafting, Kyle Busch and other Toyota drivers give their thoughts about the incident.
The JGR drivers Hamlin, Kenseth and Bush set the top-three times testing the draft. Most teams concentrated on single car runs with Burton holding the single car fastest lap speed.
The Two-time champion reunites with former crew chief for the Great American Race
Bowyer, Truex and Martin have a full list of items on their testing schedule for the pre-season at Daytona International Speedway.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s winless streak tallies close second in media poll
Swan Racing to compete in full 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule