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  • • Harvick says Ford Mustang has plenty of potential
    Ford unveiled the Mustang its NASCAR Cup Series teams will campaign on Thursday in Dearborn, Michigan. Kevin Harvick, who has won six races in a Ford Fusion this year, expects his team will adapt to the change....
  • • Damage Policy Relegates Logano to First Last Place Finish Since 2009
    Joey Logano went from hero to zero in less than 24 hours after scoring his first last-place finish since the 2009 Daytona 500 Sunday in the Go Bowling at the Glen at Watkins Glen International in New York after violating the damaged vehicle policy. On the second lap, Saturday’s Xfinity Series winner faced not one, but two problems. Exiting the oute...
  • • Kevin Harvick wins pole at Pocono, Gander Outdoors 400 qualifying results
    Kevin Harvick won the pole for the Gander Outdoors 400 at Pocono Raceway. By claiming the Busch pole award, the driver of the No. 4 Mobil Ford Fusion has earned the right to lead the field to green in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the 2.5-mile triangular track. The Gander Outdoors 400 […]...
  • • Ryan Blaney driving Dave Blaney throwback at Darlington
    Ryan Blaney’s No. 12 Duracell/Menards Penske Ford Fusion will bear a resemblance to an old car his father drove in NASCAR’s Cup Series. Dave Blaney drove the No. 77 Jasper Engines Ford Taurus between 2002 and 2003 for car owner Doug Bawel finishing a best of third at Darlington in 2003. Now his son will drive […]...
  • • Almirola Disappointed with Top Five After Failure to Execute; Indicator of New Confidence
    Aric Almirola expressed disappointment after finishing third at New Hampshire on Sunday. This represents a stark difference for the driver from Tampa, Florida. “I’m disappointed.  You think I’d be really excited to run top five and I’m not.  We had the best car hands-down.  There’s no doubt in my mind.  We gave it away on pit road and then I gave i...
  • • Dude Wipes appearing on Matt DiBenedetto’s car at Pocono
    The No. 32 Ford Fusion of Go FAS Racing will welcome a new sponsor for the Gander Outdoors 400 at Pocono Raceway. Dude Wipes will be appearing on DiBenedetto’s car for this weekend’s activities at the Tricky Triangle. Since being created by four lifelong friends, Dude Wipes has grown to be featured in 12,000 stores […]...
  • • Almirola Earns First Top-Five with SHR at New Hampshire
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer For the first time since joining Stewart-Haas Racing, Aric Almirola has earned a top-five finish. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver once again appeared to have a chance to record his first victory since 2014 in the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Prior to the final caution on lap 25...
  • • NASCAR at New Hampshire, MENCS Starting Lineup for Foxwoods Resort Casino 301
    The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Seires (MENCS) is in Loudon, New Hampshire this weekend for the running of the Foxwoods Casino 301. On the pole for today’s race is Kurt Busch in the No. 41 Monster Energy Ford Fusion. He leads a field of 37 cars to the green flag at the 1.058 mile New […]...
  • • McDowell Crashes Hard in Final Cup Practice
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer  A calm final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice for the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 turned violent for Michael McDowell. With just under 30 minutes left in the session, the Front Row Motorsports driver spun into the outside wall in turn three at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. McDowell’s team will go to a back-up c...
  • • Watch: Ryan Blaney crashes during Charlotte Roval practice
    Much like his friend Bubba Wallace did a week ago, Ryan Blaney found the new Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval to be a little too much. Blaney crashed his No. 12 Ford Fusion early in the practice session. Blaney moved over to Penske Racing this season after driving the famed Wood Brothers No. 21 in 2017. […]...
  • • Pit Strategy Earns Keselowski Top-Five Finish at Kentucky
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer SPARTA, Ky. – The right strategy on pit road earned Brad Keselowski a top-five finish at Kentucky Speedway. The 2012 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion had not been running inside the top-10 at Kentucky Speedway prior to Paul Wolfe’s call. At the end of Stage 2, Keselowski and Wolfe elected to take two tires, mov...
  • • Kyle Busch on Stenhouse: Can’t worry about people that far back in the field
    A week after multiple incidents involved Ricky Stenhouse and his No. 17 Ford Fusion, members of NASCAR’s media were asking drivers whether or not they had spoken to the former Xfinity Series champion. When asked, Kyle Busch said he had not spoken to Stenhouse and that he expected Monday to have been a busy day […]...
  • • Paul Menard on pole, Starting lineup for NASCAR’s Overtons 400 at Chicagoland Speedway
    Paul Menard scored his second career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pole at Chicagoland. The No. 21 Ford Fusion of Menard will lead a field to the green flag today at the 1.5-mile Joliet based track. The pole came almost ten years after his first back in 2008 at Daytona. Coverage of today’s Cup race […]...
  • • MENCS: Matt DiBenedetto Earns Top-20 at Sonoma
    The 26-year old Nevada City, CA native once again showed that him and his Go FAS Racing team do so much with so little. DiBenedetto drove his No. 32 Hardford Gold Group Ford Fusion to a solid 17th place finish at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday and he did so with no air conditioning the entire race. Furthermore, the finish also marked the driver’s best ca...
  • • Extra Seat Time Pays Off for Almirola at Sonoma
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Extra seat time at Sonoma Raceway paid off for Aric Almirola. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran competed in his first Sonoma Cup race since 2016 after being sidelined last year due to a back injury. Almirola’s No. 10 Smithfield Ford Fusion team cut the final stage into thirds, like his Stewart-Haas Racing tea...

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  • • Bayne’s Statement: I Want To Drive Every Weekend
    By John Sturbin | Senior Writer RacinToday.com Trevor Bayne made it known Friday he is not exactly all-in on Roush Fenway Racing’s impending share-the-ride NASCAR Cup Series plan involving Matt Kenseth in the No. 6 Ford Fusion. Bayne issued a statement prior to the opening Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Talladega Superspeedway _ ...
  • • Harvick “Happy to Finish the Race” at Talladega
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer With the carnage in the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, Kevin Harvick was just happy to finish unscathed. Harvick finished just inside the top-five in his No. 4 Busch Beer Flannel Ford Fusion. Over the course of the last run, Harvick held course, following fellow Ford Performance drivers Joey Logano, Stewart-Haas ...
  • • Matt Kenseth Returns at Kansas Looking to Rejuvenate Roush Fenway Racing
    By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Judging by the reaction and the general vibe, it’s hard to tell who is more excited about former champion Matt Kenseth’s return to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series competition this week driving the No. 6 Wyndham Rewards Ford Fusion at Kansas Speedway for Roush Fenway Racing. The team? Fans? K...
  • • Kenseth’s Return Ends in Seven Car Pile-Up at Kansas
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series return for Matt Kenseth could not have been worse. Through no fault of his own, Kenseth’s first run in the No. 6 Wyndham Rewards Ford Fusion at Kansas Speedway was far from stellar. The 2003 Premier Series Champion struggled throughout the entirety of the KC Masterpiece 400 race week...
  • • Kurt Busch on the Evolution of Ford Performance
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer CONCORD, N.C. – Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kurt Busch has been able to witness the evolution of Ford Performance throughout his career. Of course, Busch started his career in the Fords owned by Jack Roush. Last year, he returned to Ford with Stewart-Haas Racing in the No. 41 Monster Energy / Haas Automation...
  • • Sarah’s Weekly Picks: Charlotte Edition
    The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is headed to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Coca-Cola 600 and our Sarah Handy breaks down her picks and who you may want to pay attention to this weekend. Top Picks: Kevin Harvick: With the season that Harvick is having in his No. 4 Ford Fusion for Stewart-Hass Racing it’s hard to bet against him. Harvick capt...
  • • Kevin Harvick finishes last for the first time in his NASCAR career
    Kevin Harvick has been to victory lane five times this season at the NASCAR Cup Series level. On Sunday night he finished last for the time time in his career. The driver of the No. 4 Ford Fusion started at the back of the pack and finished last after a tire issue occured in the […]...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Cole Custer back with Rick Ware Racing for Pocono
    NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Cole Custer announced via Twitter on Wednesday that he’s returning to the No. 51 Rick Ware Racing team for a second-career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start in Sunday’s Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. “Double Duty weekend,” Custer (@ColeCuster00) tweeted. “Excited to get back in a cup car this weeke...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Ryan Blaney attempts Pocono win defense from pole
    Ryan Blaney claimed his first and, to this point, only Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win in last year’s Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. He’ll begin his defense of that win Sunday from the pole after posting a 50.877-second/176.897 mph lap in the third of three rounds of qualifying Friday. It is his fourth-career pole and second of...
  • • Menard Ready To Take On Tricky Texas Track
    When Paul Menard hits the track at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend he’ll be venturing into relatively uncharted territory. For starters, the veteran driver of the No. 21 Quick Lane Ford Fusion hasn’t raced at the Fort Worth track in a Ford in several seasons. And like his fellow drivers he’ll be racing on an evolving track surface as this weekend...
  • • Chasing the Underdogs: Matt DiBenedetto Leads the Way at Richmond
    It was the little team that could and their driver Matt DiBenedetto who led the charge for the underdogs in Saturday nights Toyota Owners 400 from Richmond Raceway. After qualifying his No. 32 Superior Logistics Ford Fusion to a 27th place starting position, DiBenedetto still made quick work the field even while fighting a tight race car. Solid pit...
  • • Kenseth Returning To Cup, Roush
    Roush Fenway Racing announced Wednesday that former NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth will return to the team and drive No. 6 Ford Fusion for a part of the 2018 season. “It’s a great feeling to return to where it all started for me in the Cup Series,” said Kenseth. “There aren’t many people who have [...]...
  • • Matt Kenseth Cannot Fix Roush-Fenway Alone
    It’s no secret that Roush-Fenway Racing has struggled to perform well over the last several years. This week, the team announced Matt Kenseth would be returning to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and driving the No. 6 Ford Fusion. Kenseth will share seat time with the current driver of the No. 6, Trevor Bayne. According to team co-owner, Jack ...
  • • TBT: David Ragan Wins Talladega, First Win for Front Row Motorsports
    David Ragan is one of the best in the sport when it comes to racing on the plate tracks in NASCAR. He went on to prove that once again on May 5, 2013 when he scored his second career win Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (formerly Sprint) in the Aaron’s 499 from Talladega Superspeedway. At the time it was a true “David vs. Goliath” moment when Ragan...
  • • Kevin Harvick and Crew Chief Rodney Childers Hit with Penalties for Infractions at Las Vegas
    Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 4 Ford Fusion for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), and crew chief Rodney Childers, hit with stiff penalties for infractions that occurred during the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup event at Las Vegas last weekend. Harvick won the event in dominating fashion leading 214 of 267 laps. He also won both stages scoring maximum points...

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