Justin Marks1981-03-25 (age 40)
Latest news on Justin Marks
Daniel Suarez will continue his career in the NASCAR Cup Series next season driving for a new team owned by former driver Justin Marks.
Meyer Shank Racing team co-owner Mike Shank has lamented the bad luck that both of his entries suffered in last weekend's Sebring 12 Hours, the second round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Johnny Sauter, who won his only NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway nearly a decade ago, led the way in Thursday’s final practice session.
Justin Marks will make his second NASCAR national series start of the 2018 season this weekend at Las Vegas.
Michael Shank Racing, which brought the Acura NSX GT3 two wins in the IMSA GT Daytona class in the model’s inaugural racing season, has announced a revised lineup for 2018.
“Chip likes winners,” Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Larson often says about his team owner, Chip Ganassi.
Justin Marks, making just his second NASCAR Xfinity Series start of the season, was fastest in Saturday’s first practice session at Road America.
Turner Motorsport, which finished fifth in last year’s Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona, has confirmed a four-driver lineup for its single BMW M6 in the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season-opener.
Justin Marks survived the carnage and treacherous conditions to take his first victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
The racing careers of Joey Hand and Justin Marks have taken them very different directions, but nonetheless, they've found each other once again as teammates at Chip Ganassi Racing.
Bryce Miller did not mince words in a release from Paul Miller Racing, blaming Justin Marks for their accident at the front of the GTD field, earlier in the night.
Add Justin Marks to the group of drivers with NASCAR experience who will tackle the 2016 Rolex 24 at Daytona.
Regan Smith goes for a wild ride in the series opener at Daytona.
Austin Dillon and Justin Marks will share the front row.
Justin Marks and Ron Hornaday Jr. failed to race their way in.
Motorsport.com spoke with RAB team owner Robby Benton and driver Justin Marks ahead of the Duels at Daytona tonight, who have reunited to take on NASCAR's biggest race.
Sources tell Motorsport.com Guy has joined HScott Motorsports.
Roush-Fenway Racing's Chris Buescher took the victory in today's race at Mid-Ohio.
Brendan Gaughan has returned to victory lane in NASCAR.
Will field a Chevrolet for Turner-Scott Motorsports