Is Petty Enterprises In Trouble?
The last couple of weeks have been difficult for the Petty Enterprises. One team faces sponsor troubles and rumors that their superstar driver will leave. The other team faces confusion and an apparent desperation as they struggle to find some success on the Sprint Cup circuit. What does the future hold for this legendary team?
NASCAR Teams Have Had Their Own Silly Season in 2007
The NASCAR NEXTEL Cup landscape has changed this year in one rather unexpected way. NASCAR teams are merging and seeking outside investors to help offset the costs of NEXTEL Cup racing. Is this trend good for the sport or are greedy team owners killing off the small teams?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Hendrick Motorsports in 2008
Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced today that he will drive for Hendrick Motorsports beginning with the 2008 season. The two-time Busch Series champion and four time NASCAR most popular driver will replace Kyle Busch in the Hendrick Motorsports stable.
Team Toyota Drivers
2008 marks Toyota's second full season in NASCAR's premier series. Starting this year Joe Gibbs Racing will move to the Toyota camp. This brings the total to eleven full-time Sprint Cup drivers who will be showing up at the track each week. Here are the 2008 Sprint Cup Toyota drivers.
Robert Yates Racing Falls Apart
Robert Yates Racing is in a jam for the 2007 season. Both of Yates' premier drivers are gone. It also seems likely that both of Yates' primary sponsors are gone. This is a NASCAR team that is truly starting over from scratch.
What is NASCAR Chemistry?
You often hear NASCAR teams talk about chemistry. They change crew chiefs or even swap entire teams in order to try to find the elusive chemistry. But what, exactly, are they talking about?
Hendrick Motorsports Sprint Cup Team Drivers
Hendrick Motorsports has been the most dominant team in NASCAR Sprint Cup racing in recent years. Landing a Hendrick Motorsports ride means that you have arrived in NASCAR as the best of the best. Here is the 2008 Hendrick Motorsports lineup.
Roush-Fenway Racing Sprint Cup Team Drivers
Roush Fenway Racing team drivers won back-to-back NASCAR Sprint Cup Championships as Matt Kenseth won it all in 2003 and then teammate Kurt Busch won the 2004 crown. With one former Champion, one smoking fast veteran and three promising young faces on the team Roush Racing is positioned for NASCAR success now, and well into the future.
Cheaters Never Win... Except In NASCAR
NASCAR is one of the few places in sport where it actually does pay to cheat sometimes. Recently in Las Vegas both winner Jimmie Johnson's and second place driver Kyle Busch's cars failed post race inspection. What should NASCAR have done?
Featuring BGN stars David Green and Johnny Sauter this site has all the latest Brewco news, appearances and even their scanner frequencies.
This site has the usual news, stats and merchandise for Hendrick's NEXTEL Cup and Busch Series campaigns.
Joe Gibbs Racing
The home of Kyle Busch and Joey Logano, this site has many great photographs available.
"The King" has built a great website. News, merchandise, stats for his entire stable of drivers, even games and contests with prizes.
Richard Childress Racing
Quick loading, this site has all the features you'd expect from this high class organization. Covers both cup and Busch series teams.
This site sells everything from used lug nuts (by the pound) to the "Roush Mustang" and everything in between. Also a great source of information on the 5 car NEXTEL Cup stable and the two truck teams.
Wood Brothers Racing
Do yourself a favor, go get a drink, click on "Wood Brothers History", and learn why this is the most famous team in the history of NASCAR.
Kurt Busch Dumped By Penske Racing
Penske Racing release Kurt Busch after the 2011 season after Kurt unleashed a string of profanity at Dr. Jerry Punch during the final race of the 2011 season. What happens now to Kurt's old seat?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Not Immune to Sponsor Shortage
Economic troubles have forced some sponsors to cut back in their NASCAR support or even pull out of the sport completely. Rick Hendrick recently announced that even NASCAR's most popular driver is short of funding for 2013.