The two-time Nationwide Series champion has found out that great success in that series does not translate to instant success on the Cup side.
Team averaging five spots higher finish than in 2012.
NASCAR meeting took place Saturday in the wake of sanctions levied and changes made to the Chase format yesterday afternoon.
Hendrick Motorsports: “We’re extremely proud to have all four cars in the Chase for the second consecutive season."
Both the Front Row Motorsports and Penske Racing organizations have been placed on NASCAR probation until Dec. 31
Kurt Busch enters the playoffs with some of the strongest momentum among the 12 Chase drivers.
The result at Richmond International Raceway helped Logano secure a top ten finish in the point standings after the first 26 races of the NSCS season.
Richard Childress: "I am very proud to have Ryan in our No. 31 Caterpillar Chevrolet starting next year."
The feat will go into the record books as the first driver from a single-car team to qualify for the Chase since the 10-race, 12-driver championship format began in 2004.
Carl Edwards on Sprint Cup, Brad Keselowski on Nationwide and Ross Chastain on Camping World Truck.
Stenhouse Jr. finishes top 10; Edwards Finishes ‘regular season’ first in points.
Aspen Dental Driver secures sixth top-five finish of 2013.
The fourth place result in the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway moved Busch from 12th to 10th in the driver standings.
Furniture Row Racing driver Kurt Bush is not too worried about curses...
Jimmie Johnson still leads the driver standings by 18 points over second-place Clint Bowyer.
This is AJ Allmendinger fourth race in the No. 47 SCOTT Products Toyota Camry for JTG Daugherty Racing.
No. 43 Team uses two tests to their advantage this weekend.
Kurt Busch to drive Haas Automation Chevrolet alongside teammates Tony Stewart, Danica Patrick and Kevin Harvick.
Miller replaces Rodney Childers who remains under contract with MWR through December 31.
Busch joined Furniture Row Racing with six races remaining in the 2012 season.