Hornish found himself without a ride for the 2014 NASCAR season.
The final race of 2013 showcased the tight fight for this year’s title. Dillon tool the honors over Hornish by a mere three points.
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.
Penske Racing’s Brad Keselowski made the move from the pack of the pack for the Nationwide series win at Texas Motor Speedway.
The 19-year-old became the second-youngest NNS 300-mile race winner in track history after leading 96 of 200 laps
The Defiance, Ohio Penske Racing driver used the third-fastest pole winning lap in series track history to earn his first Kentucky NNS pole
Carl Edwards on Sprint Cup, Brad Keselowski on Nationwide and Ross Chastain on Camping World Truck.
Harvick did dominate the NASCAR Nationwide race in Atlanta but he did feel the pressure of Kyle Busch toward the end of tonight’s race.
NASCAR Nationwide points battle is tight as the drivers take on Bristol night race.
Twice this year, Allmendinger drove the No. 22 Penske Racing NNS car, and both times on road courses that he raced on many times in the past.
Brad Keselowski flew from Pocono to contest the U.S. Cellular 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway and took the win. Teammate Sam Hornish Jr. handed Penske Racing a one-two finish.
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.
Joey Logano grabbed the lead and did not hesitate in scoring the NASCAR Nationwide race at the Chicagoland Speedway, and adding to the celebration for the Ford Penske camp was Sam Hornish Jr. sealing the one-two finish.
A critical look back at this weekends racing.