In a rare occasion, Danica Patrick wasn’t in the spotlight during pre-race media availability. Thanks to a rare road course weekend, JR Motorsports brought in road course “ringer” Ron Fellows, even making a contest on Twitter out of his appearance, calling it #Fellows5.
Before Saturday’s race, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. had won the last three races at Iowa Speedway. Even when his engine blew and he was wrecking with teammate Carl Edwards, he still came to the checkered flag first to keep his wining streak alive.
When Danica Patrick announced she was leaving IndyCar, she was also leaving all the IndyCar tracks that went along with the series. She made it known Indianapolis Motor Speedway would always be in her heart and she would one day go back – and win.
When the NASCAR Nationwide Series pulled into Chicagoland Speedway, Danica Patrick was at home. Literally. The Roscoe, Ill., native calls Chicago home and a win at the track nestled just outside the city would be extra special.
NASCAR has penalized two championship contending teams for problems found during qualifying at Daytona.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. gave Roush Fenway Racing its fourth consecutive Nationwide Series win at Texas Motor Speedway by taking Friday night’s O’Reilly Auto Parts 300.
Ricky drives the #6 Blackwell Angus Beef Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing in the Nationwide Series.
When Kurt Busch gets in the car for Friday night’s NASCAR Nationwide race in Texas, it will be his debut driving for younger brother Kyle’s new stock car team.
A lack of sponsorship forced the team to sideline the No. 60 Ford, even though Bayne is ranked fourth in the series standings. He trails series leader Elliott Sadler by 34 points.
The natural progression would next take Stenhouse to NASCAR’s highest level on a regular basis. But not just yet for the up-and-coming driver.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr stops by to chat with Elf. Ricky drives the #6 Blackwell Angus Beef Ford Fusion for Roush Fenway Racing in the Nationwide Series.
Patrick became the first woman to secure the top qualifying spot in NASCAR’s second-tier series since Shawna Robinson at Atlanta on March 12, 1994.