Kelley Blue Book, the vehicle valuation and information source trusted and relied upon by both consumers and the automotive industry, has joined Hendrick Motorsports as a primary sponsor of the No. 88 Chevrolet SS NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team with driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2014 and 2015.
Parker Kligerman will return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2017, but with a different look.
Go Fas Racing announced that Gene Nead will assume crew chief duties for the No. 32 Ford Fusion in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for the 2017 season.
Rick Ware Racing announced the team's intent to compete in the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as an "open non-chartered" team beginning with next month's 59th annual Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.
Gaunt Brothers Racing, owned by Triad Racing Technologies president Marty Gaunt, will return to NASCAR competition in 2017.
Matt Kenseth has earned the fourth-most top-10s in the past three years with a total of 61.
Kyle Larson has never finished worse than 15th at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but more importantly he has improved in all four outings to make this his best track during the past three years with a 6.7.
Denny Hamlin has scored 60 top-10s in the past three years, which puts him fifth on this chart.
Two top-fives—including in last year’s finale—and a 13th have contributed to making Homestead-Miami Speedway Jamie McMurray’s best track in terms of three-year averages at 7.7.
Furniture Row Racing (FRR) announced that Auto-Owners Insurance has agreed to a multiyear primary sponsorship for Martin Truex Jr.’s No. 78 Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Cup Series.
Team owner Shigeaki Hattori confirmed to CATCHFENCE.com and Motorsport.com that Ryan Truex has been signed as the full-time driver of the No. 81 Toyota Tundra for Hattori Racing Enterprises this season, expanding his 15-race schedule from 2016.
There’s no race in the world that means more to Christopher Bell than the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals.