Drivers React to Rule Enforcement


NASCAR asks that drivers across all levels of the organization do not disconnect any safety equipment unless directed to do so by an official. After that, the driver must proceed to an emergency vehicle and is prohibited from going onto the track or approaching other cars […]

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It’s Official: Blaney To Wood Brothers Racing In 2015


Wood Brothers Racing announces today that it has formed a technical alliance with Team Penske and will race a partial-season schedule in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with up-and-coming driver Ryan Blaney. Blaney, who has raced as a Team Penske development driver since 2012, will […]

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Why Liberals Hate NASCAR


What are your thoughts? CALLER: I just wanted to make the comment on the media bias that you’re pointing out. We had two tragedies here recently, Robin Williams and what happened in the accident with Tony Stewart who is, you know, from Indiana who leans conservative. […]

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Mars Signs Multi-Year Deals With JGR, NASCAR


Mars announced Wednesday that it has signed multi-year deals to continue its winning partnership with Joe Gibbs Racing and NASCAR. Kyle Busch will stay in the No. 18 M&M’s Toyota Camry, which he has piloted to 20 wins since he and the sponsor joined JGR in […]

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Childers Fined for Rules Infraction


Kevin Harvick’s No. 4 team has been penalized due to a rules infraction committed during the Aug. 10 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Watkins Glen International. The infraction is a P3 level penalty and is outlined in Section 12-4.3 of the 2014 rule book: • […]

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Race Team Alliance Adds Membership


The Race Team Alliance’s bargaining power with NASCAR may have grown on Wednesday. Its membership certainly expanded. The RTA upped its member total to 18 teams, adding most of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ single-car outfits and completing the set of every multi-car team in the […]

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