Juan Pablo Montoya posted the fastest speed in final practice for the Crown Royal 400 among drivers not running full time in NASCAR Cup competition. His top speed was 187.688 mph, which placed him sixth on the chart.
Juan Pablo Montoya may not have made many starts this season, but he will race a battle-tested chassis at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. His primary car was last raced by teammate Brad Keselowski in the All-star race.
Juan Pablo Montoya will make his second 2014 start of the season on a track he has always enjoyed. He finished second there in his inaugural attempt and was ninth last year with Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing.
During the first practice session, Juan Pablo Montoya’s No. 12 Penske Ford was bottoming out hard enough to rip the left corner of the splitter off the car.
A seven-year veteran of the NASCAR Cup Series (NSCS) (2007-2013), Juan Pablo Montoya will make his first NSCS start of the season – and first series start for Team Penske – this weekend at Michigan International Speedway (MIS).
Team Penske announced today that Juan Pablo Montoya will make two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts for the team in 2014.
Juan Pablo Montoya has 13 career NSCS starts at Texas Motor Speedway which includes two top-10 finishes at the mile-and-a-half racetrack.
Juan Pablo Montoya has 13 career NSCS starts at Martinsville Speedway which include two top-five and three top-10 finishes.
Juan Pablo Montoya has 13 career NSCS starts at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Juan Pablo Montoya has made 13 career NSCS starts at Dover International Speedway.
Juan Pablo Montoya (42 Chevrolet) has made 13 career NSCS starts at Loudon, NH which include two pole awards, one top-five and two top-10 finishes.
Team Penske announced today that Juan Pablo Montoya will join the team in 2014.
Juan Pablo Montoya (42 Chevrolet) wins two contingency race awards in the Sprint Cup AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
The Hispanic Heritage Foundation announced the 26th Hispanic Heritage Awards Honorees, which will be celebrated on Sept. 5 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.