Trevor Bayne wins pole and Sam Hornish Jr. finishes second with Travis Pastrana in fourth.
Crew Chief Mike Kelley to return to RFR No. 6 Ford team next season
Daytona International Speedway and International Speedway Corporation held the ground breaking ceremony today for what is now known as “Daytona Rising”.
2012 DRIVE4COPD 300 Champion Buescher moves to new team for 2014 season; NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next up on testing calendar.
FRIDAY FEATURE: Veteran Presence -- By Travis Barrett, Special To NASCAR Home Tracks
Racing’s up-and-coming stars finish first tune-up for 2014 season, DRIVE4COPD 300.
With the win, Hornish takes the series point lead.
Amanda Vincent, NASCAR Correspondent
While the NASCAR Cup drivers were trading off the top spots in the Nationwide race, Austin Dillon and Sam Hornish Jr. were focused on the title fight.
Ford Racing press release
The NACAR Nationwide Series race in in Newton, Iowa definitely put the teams and drivers to a test this weekend.
Ready for Atlanta, the NASCAR Nationwide Series' teams and drivers are up for the challenge
NASCAR’s winningest team to continue running Valvoline NextGen Motor Oil in their RFR Ford Mustang driven by Trevor Bayne.
Sam Hornish Jr. has the experience on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway but his top two rivals in the points will also be looking for the NASCAR Nationwide Indiana 250 victory. Six drivers will start their first race at the famous speedway.
With the strong run, Trevor Bayne moved up 15 spots in the NASCAR Nationwide Series standings to 11 th.
Bayne is holding steady in 10th place; 70-points behind leader Regan Smith.