Court documents show that the results from an independent lab support Jeremy Mayfield’s original test findings. But, its hard to know whether this is a setback for Mayfield’s case because he isn’t disputing whether or not he failed the test. He’s disputing the testing policy.
There is increasing speculation that Martin Truex Jr is headed over to Michael Waltrip Racing, but some expect the move to happen this season (in two weeks) instead of next. Some believe that Truex will drive the No. 55 NAPA Toyota while others believe Truex will drive a No. 56 Toyota, with Michael Waltrip running […]
Scene Daily is reporting that Martin Truex Jr is expected to be announced as the driver of Michael Waltrip Racing’s No 55 Toyota next season. Bass Pro Shops, however, is expected to stay with Earnhardt Ganassi Racing no matter what happens with Truex.
MikeMulhern.net is reporting that Danica Patrick might join Hendrick Motorsports, with Dale Earnhardt Jr moving over to JR Motorsports, becomming a teammate to Brad Keselowski. Mutliple people have denied this though, and MM has been wrong before. So, time will tell if this is true.
Joey Logano used pit strategy to win a rain-shortened Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, earning his first career Sprint Cup victory. Logano became the youngest winner in Cup series history at 19 years, one month, and four days.
Ron Hornaday won the MemphisTravel.com 200 at Memphis Motorsports Park in dominating fashion, leading 175 of 201 laps. The win is his second consecutive victory in the Camping World Truck Series.
Kyle Busch passed Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Joey Logano with 35 laps to go in the Camping World RV 200, and never relinquished the lead, earning his fifth Nationwide Series victory this season.
Qualifying was rained out, field set by owner’s points. Tony Stewart is on the pole.
Kurt Busch was fastest in first practive for the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 from Loudon. David Reutimann and Juan Montoya posted the second and third fastest laps, respectively.
JR Motorsports announced that road course ringer Ron Fellows will pilot its No. 5 Fastenal Chevy in two Nationwide Series road course races. Fellows will drive at Watkins Glen International and Cirque Gilles Villeneuve in August.