- Pearn: Indy 500 venture with ECR doesn’t signal a career U-turn
- Ed Carpenter Racing signs ace NASCAR crew chief Pearn for Indy
- Johnson’s first IndyCar run impresses Ganassi’s Hull, Dixon
- Johnson: Chevy “understanding” about IndyCar test in a Honda car
- Daly, Pagenaud: IndyCar, NASCAR double-header at IMS is “awesome”
Cole Pearn, the former NASCAR Cup championship-winning crew chief with Martin Truex Jr., says his deal with Ed Carpenter Racing for the Indianapolis 500 is not a sign that he wants to get back into racing full-time.
Conor Daly’s #47 U.S. Air Force ECR-Chevrolet for the Indy 500 will be run by Cole Pearn, the crew-chief who helped turn Martin Truex and Furniture Row Racing into one of the most formidable combinations in NASCAR Cup.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson drove a Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda for over 120 laps of Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s road course, leaving himself overwhelmed with enthusiasm and impressing the team’s managing director Mike Hull and five-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon.
Seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson says Chevrolet understands that his first IndyCar test in a Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda next week is all about getting track time.
Both Team Penske’s Simon Pagenaud and Ed Carpenter Racing’s Conor Daly say they regard this weekend’s double-header of NASCAR and IndyCar action at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as “huge” and something they’d like to see occur more often.
Two back-to-back 90-minute broadcasts highlighting all of the excitement from the first two races of eNASCAR Heat Pro League Season 2 premiere on MAVTV Sunday, June 21st, at 8 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET.
The July 4 weekend double-header at Indianapolis Motor Speedway will not be open to the public, it was announced today, “following extensive consultation with local and state officials.”
Darlington County Sheriff’s Investigators have arrested a man accused of leaving threatening messages at Darlington Raceway.
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NASCAR races remain on hiatus as North Carolina extended its stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The second season of the eNASCAR Heat Pro League gets underway Wednesday night with several new competitors and some competition changes.
NASCAR tracks are getting anxious to return to real racing with a rush of announcements in recent days by several claiming they are prepared to host events with no fans.
NASCAR’s desire to begin racing again next month without fans appears to have received a cool response from the North Carolina governor’s office.
Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage says that the track will not host this year’s NTT IndyCar Series season-opener as a TV-only event, but says he has for a long time advocated the idea of an IndyCar/NASCAR Cup double-header.
With only five stock car racing starts to his name, Logan Seavey put on quite a show in a virtual battle Saturday night with numerous NASCAR stars.
Racing icon A.J. Foyt has been responding to fans’ questions on social media, and has declared that two-time Rodger Ward was his fiercest opponent on both dirt and pavement, and has expressed strong disinterest in simulator racing.
James Hinchcliffe will serve as an analyst for NBC Sports’ coverage of IndyCar, Indy Lights, IMSA and NASCAR in 2020, making his on-air debut for the NTT IndyCar Series season-opener at St. Petersburg.