David Ragan (No. 34 Taco Bell Ford) has a three-week run of bad luck and needs to finish the season with a good run in the Sprint Cup Series finale on Sunday.
Coming off a top-10 finish at fast and wild Talladega, David Ragan is ready to hit the brakes at the half-mile Martinsville Speedway.
Front Row Motorsports will build off another season of significant growth and new team records in 2013 -- one that included the team's first win -- with the return of drivers David Ragan and David Gilliland in 2014.
David Ragan and (34 Ford) crew earned a 19th-place finish in the Sprint Cup Series' first trip to the 1.058-mile Loudon, NH oval this season, and they'll aim for a few spots better in the return trip.
After finishing 12th at Bristol on Saturday night, David Ragan (34 Ford) feels he's just getting warmed up.
David Ragan (No. 34 Ford Fusion) leads the first practice for the Sprint Cup IRWIN Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
David Ragan's most recent finish at Watkins Glen International (August 2012) was also his career best, and he'll look to top that result.
David Ragan and the No. 34 Taco Bell team takes same car, new knowledge to Tricky Track.
David Ragan calls New Hampshire Motor Speedway a "tough little racetrack."
David Ragan will go to Daytona International Speedway this week with a standout partner and a car that knows how to find Victory Lane.
His cross-country hauler drive now behind him, David Ragan is back to focusing on his four-wheeled vehicle that will tackle the rough Kentucky Speedway this weekend.
Before David Ragan climbs into his Cup car for Sunday's race at Sonoma Raceway, he's going to climb into the driver's seat of the 18-wheeler that will carry that race car 2,700 miles from North Carolina to California.
In 12 Sprint Cup Series starts at the two-mile Michigan oval, David Ragan has only finished outside the top-25 twice.
David Ragan thinks that recent changes at Pocono Raceway - shortening the race from 500 to 400 miles and repaving the 2.5-mile oval - have made the racing better.