Richmond race fence-climber headed to jail


James Dennis, the man who climbed a fence at Richmond International Raceway in September and caused an important NASCAR race to stop, was sentenced to jail Thursday. Richmond TV station WWBT reported Dennis was sentenced to one year in jail with all but one month suspended, […]

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Ganassi Partners with Scott in XFINITY Series


Chip Ganassi and Harry Scott Jr. announced today that they have joined forces to field a one-car NASCAR XFINITY Series entry beginning in 2015. The entry will be run from the Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates team shop in Concord, NC and will race under […]

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Bobby Labonte signs with GoFAS Racing for ’15


Former series champ to run all Daytona, Talladega events Bobby Labonte, the 2000 champion of NASCAR’s premier series, has signed to drive for GoFAS Racing in all four superspeedway events next season, the team announced Wednesday. Labonte, 50, will drive the No. 32 Ford in both […]

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Tire Test Sends Drivers Back to Work

Daytona January testing

Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Carl Edwards will get the chance to work with their new crew chiefs today and Wednesday during a Goodyear tire test at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The test is open the public. The test goes from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. […]

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Party’s Over


The parties are over. And so are the hangovers. A week of appearances, parties and meetings have ended for NASCAR. While champion Kevin Harvick garnered most of the attention the past week, there was much to take in these last few days. A driver talked of […]

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