INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 27, 2014) – Roush Fenway Racing’s 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) lineup will consist of three teams anchored by two-time NASCAR champion Greg Biffle. Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Ford and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., driver of the No. 17 Ford and also a two-time NASCAR champion will be joined by Daytona 500 champion Trevor Bayne in the No. 6 Ford. The lineup features a veteran perennial ‘Chase’ contender in Biffle – who is currently competing to become the first driver to win a championship at all three of NACAR’s premiere series – as well as two of the sport’s most promising up and coming drivers. (more…)
As the completely-new Chase for the Sprint Cup Series championship approaches, there will be a lot to watch for in the final regular season races. To break it all down, I’ll post this weekly infograph to show who is on the Chase Grid and who is on the outside looking in. Also, I’ll include a list of drivers who could potentially win their first race of the season and put themselves in a position to make the Chase. Seven races remain and the Race to the Chase is on.
In one of the most dominating performances the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series has seen this season, Darrell Wallace Jr. ended up in victory lane Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway. Despite his lack of dirt-track racing experience, he was able to beat some of the best in the business in route to victory. (more…)
In another outstanding performance, 18-year old Chase Elliott made it to victory lane for the third time this season. The No. 9 team stole the show throughout the night as they proved early on they were the ones to beat at Chicagoland Speedway. (more…)
Six road course races? Rockingham Speedway? South Boston Speedway? What could these items possibly have in common? Find out in the first episode of the Fast Lap Podcast. Co-hosts Jason Schultz and Garrett Behiesim take control of NASCAR for 30 minutes and discuss how they would adjust the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule. (more…)
After the crazy-busy month June was, summer is finally here. Technically, summer has been here for a few weeks now but lots of time has passed between when I wrote this and when you’re reading it. Now that I’m not traveling to races, finishing up the school year or studying like crazy, I finally have the opportunity to reflect on the awesome experience I had at the Drive for Autism Celebrity Golf Tournament. (more…)