The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams wrapped up their Daytona International Speedway testing of the new cars for the 2013 season.
Daytona International Speedway and International Speedway Corporation held the ground breaking ceremony today for what is now known as “Daytona Rising”.
The paint scheme of Trevor Bayne’s No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion has been altered to mirror that of the Wood Brothers Racing 1963 Ford Galaxie Tiny Lund drove to Ford’s first Daytona 500 victory, exactly 50 years ago to the day of this...
The Crown Royal Presents the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard will mark the 20th race at the iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
In pole qualifying Bayne turned the third quickest lap of the day in his Wood Brothers Ford Fusion.
Trevor Bayne and Joey Logano have top-10 times in Cup qualifying at Daytona International Speedway
Jimmie Johnson says he knows the rules governing restarts.
Sunday’s Vegas 400 represents the first true test of the Gen-6 cars on a intermediate-length track.
Trevor Bayne's qualifying car was wiped out in a crash in Duel #1. He moves to his back-up car and will start 33rd.
Las Vegas will be the first intermediate-track test of the new Generation-6 Sprint Cup race car, and it will come at one of Trevor Bayne’s best race tracks.
Roush Fenway will shift its attention to the short track of Martinsville next weekend.
They’ll race their iconic No. 21 Ford Fusion, with Trevor Bayne at the wheel
The significance of 1,400 starts wasn’t lost on Bayne, but he’s more focused on the present, and a bit disappointed in the outcome of his qualifying lap of 190.409 miles per hour.
Bayne and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane team return to action in three weeks when the Sprint Cup Series returns to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
“We had a good run going, and then we had engine issues”
“They replaced it, and it made a different car out of it”
Wood Brothers Motorcraft crew worked to get the team's Ford ready for qualifying and Trevor Bayne delivered
Trevor Bayne earned 38 points and those points boosted him up one more position in the NASCAR Nationwide Standings to ninth; 68 points behind the leader.
The final result in the Wood Brothers’ 1,400th Sprint Cup start wasn’t exactly what Bayne and the team were hoping for.
Bayne and the No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion will skip the next three Sprint Cup races.
Bayne inadvertently locked his brakes, sliding his front tires as he pulled into his pit stall
Still Bayne managed a lap at 183.906 miles per hour, which will put him in the 28th starting spot for Sunday’s 400-mile run.