David Gilliland has 12 Sprint Cup career starts at Auto Club Speedway.
David Gilliland will take a detour -- on foot -- on his way to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this week.
David Gilliland, driver of the No. 38 Love's Travel Stops Ford comments on racing at Phoenix International Raceway.
Love's Travel Stops will significantly broaden its partnership with Front Row Motorsports (FRM) in 2014, partnering with the Sprint Cup Series team for 14 races on David Gilliland's No. 38 Ford.
David Gilliland (No. 38 Ford) and his team look at their improvement at the Sprint Cup Series' mile-and-a-half tracks as their biggest accomplishment in 2013.
David Gilliland (No. 38 Ford) is a west coast native and spent several years racing the one-mile oval in Avondale, Ariz., earlier in his racing career.
Frank Kerr, crew chief for David Gilliland in the Sprint Cup Camping World RV Sales 500 at Talladega Superspeedway wins the Moog Problem Solver of the Race award.
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.
Sunday's Sylvania 300 will be David Gilliland's 250th start in his eight-year Sprint Cup Series career.
David Gilliland (38 Ford) wasn't on site for the Goodyear tire test at Atlanta three weeks ago, but he firmly believes he'll benefit from it.
David Gilliland already has plenty of laps under his belt on the 2.45-mile Watkins Glen road course.
David Gilliland and his No. 38 Long John Silver's team still have fresh in their minds what worked and what didn't when the team visited the Long Pond, Pa., track just eight weeks ago.
David Gilliland's mind is still in Daytona this week as he preps for the Sprint Cup Series' next race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
After David Gilliland pushed his teammate to Front Row Motorsports' first win at Talladega for a 1-2 finish in May, it's only natural to rib David Ragan about returning the favor this weekend at Daytona.