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  • • NASCAR Cup: Joey Logano goes drifting at Charlotte ‘Roval’
    Recently crowned 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Joey Logano and the rest of the Ford camp in NASCAR’s top series are transitioning from the Fusion to the Mustang ahead of the 2019 season. On Thursday, Logano and Formula Drift champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. got in a little drifting with Mustangs at the Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway “Ro...
  • • No. 8 Making a Return to Cup Series with Daniel Hemric and RCR
    The No. 8 made famous by racers such as Joe Weatherly, Ralph Earnhardt, and most recently, Dale EarnhardtJr, will be making a return the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Daniel Hemric will pilot the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro for Richard Childress Racing as he makes the move the series full-time in 2019. The No. 31 which has been an integral part of t...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Richard Childress Racing goes gold at Daytona
    Richard Childress Racing will celebrate its 50th anniversary throughout he 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. That celebration will kick off with gold paint schemes for Austin Dillon’s No. 3 Chevrolet and Daniel Hemric’s No. 8 Chevrolet for the season-opening Daytona 500 on Feb. 17 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Dillon’s car f...
  • • AIR FORCE ANNOUNCES CONTINUED PARTNERSHIP WITH RICHARD PETTY MOTORSPORTS FOR 2019
    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO–RANDOLPH, Texas (December 14, 2018) – The Air Force and Richard Petty Motorsports announced today they will continue their 11th consecutive year of partnership together in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019. The Air Force will continue to be a two-race primary sponsor of the famed No. 43 with driver Bubba Wallace, a...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Daniel Hemric to pilot No. 8 in 2019
    Daniel Hemric may be replacing Ryan Newman at Richard Childress Racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019, but his Chevrolet won’t carry the No. 31 familiar to Newman. Instead, the care is being renumbered to 8. The 2019 season will be Hemric’s rookie campaign in the Cup Series, but RCR fielded a third entry, the No. 8, for him in two ...
  • • Daniel Hemric will drive No. 8 at RCR
    If the No. 8 was to return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series full-time, it’s fitting that the driver would be from Kannapolis, North Carolina. Daniel Hemric will carry the number on his Chevrolet Camaro during his rookie season in the MENCS. The 27-year-old joins a tradition of drivers from Kannapolis who have driven […]...
  • • Is Kasey Kahne the Rodney Dangerfield of NASCAR?
    The late comedian Rodney Dangerfield used to complain about not getting respect. One of his biggest schticks, as a matter of fact, centered around his famous quote, “I don’t get no respect.” After watching the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Awards program in Las Vegas late last month, I’m beginning to think Kasey Kahne is the Dangerfield of ...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Dale Jr. to drive 2019 Daytona 500 pace truck
    Dale Earnhardt Jr. will return to the track at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway in February, but he won’t be racing. Instead, he’ll pace the field of the 2019 Daytona 500, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season opener, on Feb. 17. He’ll be the honorary pace car driver, behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Silverado. “I’ve had a lot of fun and ...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Jeff Gordon primed to take over Hendrick Motorsports
    NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick isn’t planning on stepping down from running his Hendrick Motorsports team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series anytime soon, but he does have a plan in place for when he does — Jeff Gordon. In an article on the aging of NASCAR’s top team owners by Autoweek, Hendrick’s plans for his race team were revealed. “That’...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Jamie McMurray transitions into TV career
    Jamie McMurray will join the NASCAR on FOX broadcast team for 2019, the FOX network announced Wednesday. He will be a part of the in-studio on-camera teams for “NASCAR RaceDay,” FOX Sports 1’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pre-race show, and “NASCAR Race Hub,” FOX Sports 1’s weekday NASCAR news show. “As my driving career got closer to the end, ...
  • • NASCAR Cup: David Ragan’s race car auctioned for charity
    One of the No. 38 Front Row Racing Ford entries driven by David Ragan in three Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races in 2018 will go up for auction at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction event in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Jan. 17. The entire purchase price will go to Shriners Hospitals for Children. The 2018 Ford Fusion, chassis No. 574, include...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Daytona 500 likely Jamie McMurray’s last race
    The 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series-opening Daytona 500 on Feb. 17 is likely to be the final Cup Series race for McMurray, judging by recent comments made by McMurray and car owner Chip Ganassi. “Well, first of all, I do expect Jamie to stick around, yes,” Ganassi said during a teleconference last week, announcing Kurt Busch as McMurray’s rep...
  • • Anderson: ‘It’s Exciting to be Cutting Our Own Path’
    By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer The first year of being a team owner was an adventurous one for Jordan Anderson. Travelling back and forth across the country, the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series driver encountered both success and some crazy events along the way. The 2018 season marked Anderson’s fourth year as a driver in the Truck Series. For t...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Joe Gibbs Racing personnel shuffle results in new crew chief for Denny Hamlin
    Joe Gibbs Racing has promoted Chris Gabehart from its No. 19 NASCAR Xfinity Series team of Brandon Jones to be the crew chief on its No. 11 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team of Denny Hamlin, replacing Mike Wheeler, who moved to Leavine Family Racing to be the crew chief on the No. 95 team of Matt DiBenedetto. The No. 95 team has a technical all...
  • • NASCAR Cup: new team buys Furniture Row Racing charter
    The charter under which Furniture Row Racing fielded the No. 78 Toyota for Martin Truex Jr. has been sold to a new team formed by Spire Sports + Entertainment founder Jeff Dickerson and T.J. Puchyer. Furniture Row Racing shuttered operation at the end of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season and Truex has moved over to Joe Gibbs Racing f...

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  • • Martin Truex Jr. Asserts Himself with Convincing Victory at Pocono
    By NASCAR Wire Service LONG POND, Pa. – Taking charge of Sunday’s Pocono 400 by staying out under caution on Lap 140 of 160, reigning Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. pulled away after a restart with seven laps left to win the race and inject himself emphatically into the title conversation. The outcome was all about contr...
  • • 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season schedule: Michigan International Speedway is up next
    Here's everything you need to follow the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as it rolls toward the playoffs...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Martin Truex Jr. wins at Pocono
    Martin Truex interrupted the Kevin Harvick/Kyle Busch dominance of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, so far, Sunday by winning the Pocono 400 at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. It was Truex’s second win of the season, joining Harvick and Busch as the only multi-race winners, 14 races into 2018, and the second of his career at Pocon...
  • • Logano Finishes Ninth Despite Running Out of Fuel Early
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer An early miscalculation left Joey Logano out of fuel at Pocono Raceway. This forced the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver to climb his way back through the field for the rest of the Pocono 400. On the final restart, Logano found himself outside the top-10 in his No. 22 Shell / Pennzoil Ford Fusion. As the field fa...
  • • Harvick: ‘You Win Some, You Lose Some’ After Fourth at Pocono
    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor A week after Kyle Busch completed the cycle by winning at every track on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series circuit, Kevin Harvick looked to be in good shape to knock another track off of his winless list, but it was not to be for the five-time winner in 2018 as he finished fourth at Pocono after leading the most la...
  • • NASCAR Xfinity: Kyle Busch wins at Pocono, car fails post-race inspection
    Saturday’s Pocono Green 250 was only the third NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., and the previous two were won by Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regulars Brad Keselowski and Kyle Larson. In the third installment of the race, Kyle Busch added his name to the winners list and became a winner in all three NASCAR nationa...
  • • Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch are drivers to watch at Pocono Raceway
    Here are five drivers to watch as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Pocono Raceway for the Pocono 400. The NASCAR Cup Series is headed to Pocono Raceway for the first of two visits within eight races at the 2.5-mile triangle shaped track . Four of the five drivers from the last edition of who to watch finished inside the top-8 at Charlo...
  • • MENCS: Ryan Blaney Rolls to Busch Pole in Pocono Qualifying
    (via NASCAR Wire Service) LONG POND, Pa. – Just as he had done in winning his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race last June, Ryan Blaney kept Kevin Harvick behind him at Pocono Raceway when it mattered most. Blaney sped around the 2.5-mile triangular track in 50.877 seconds (176.897 mph) in Friday’s knockout qualifying session to ear...
  • • Blaney Edges Harvick for Pocono 400 Pole
    By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service LONG POND, Pa. – Just as he had done in winning his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race last June, Ryan Blaney kept Kevin Harvick behind him at Pocono Raceway when it mattered most. Blaney sped around the 2.5-mile triangular track in 50.877 seconds (176.897 mph) in Friday’s knockout qualifying session to...
  • • 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...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Martin Truex Jr. honored in home state
    LAS VEGAS, NV – NOVEMBER 28: Martin Truex Jr., driver of the #78 Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats Toyota, poses with the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship trophy in front of the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign during NASCAR Champion’s Week on November 28, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images) FROM THE DRIVE....
  • • Sarah’s Weekly Picks: Pocono Edition
    The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is headed to Pocono Raceway for the Pocono 400 our Sarah Handy breaks down her picks and who you may want to pay attention to this weekend. Top Picks: Ryan Blaney: Blaney is the defending race winner having won his first Cup race at Pocono last June when he was in the No. 21 for The Wood Brothers. While he didn’...
  • • NASCAR at Pocono: Weekend Schedule, race start time and tv info
    Both the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and the Xfinity Series will see action this weekend at the tricky triangle known as Pocono Raceway. Known for having three defined turns instead of four, Pocono also has a history of wildlife and weather problems which seemingly has been a problem for NASCAR fans for years.  Located […]...
  • • NASCAR Cup: power rankings after Coca-Cola 600
    Kyle Busch made NASCAR history with his Coca-Cola 600 win at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway on Sunday night, becoming the first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver with more than one-career series start to win a Cup Series points-paying race at all the tracks he’s competed. His latest win also was his fourth win of the season, bringing to with...
  • • Hamlin: ‘I’m Trying for Every Little Edge I Can’ on Pit Road
    By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Pit road speeding penalties seem to have been a thorn in the side of Denny Hamlin’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career in recent years. Some of the speeding penalties have cost the driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota Camry victories and top-10 finishes, while some have also kept Hamlin out of trouble. It has been rep...

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