The Driver…Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who leads the Raybestos Rookie of the Year standings by six points, will make his third NASCAR Nationwide Series start Gateway International Raceway on Saturday.
Friday at Texas Motor Speedway seems to be a busy day as three separate teams are making announcements, in which some of the details are already known to the public.
During the past two week’s No. 99 Pastrana-Waltrip Racing driver Ryan Truex has gained momentum and confidence.
While the victory column in Joey Logano’s career stats at superspeedways reads “zero,” the 21-year-old driver is anything but a “zero” at superspeedways.
Mike Bliss and the No. 10 M&W Logistics Camry qualified 22nd for the Food City 300 Friday morning. Bliss's team made adjustments to the car during qualifying to get the Camry race ready. Due to the rain delay at the start of the race, NASCAR called a competition caution at lap 60. When the first caution came out at before the competition caution, the No. 10 team decided to stay out to maintain position
Michael Annett on Going to Michigan: “I’m ready to get back in my Pilot Flying J Ford after having a week off. I’m excited to go to Michigan and test out the new racing surface. The Cup guys are going up a day early to test, so hopefully I can gain some knowledge from my teammates Aric and Marcos about how the track handles."
RAB Racing with Brack Maggard and driver Kenny Wallace will make their fourth start together of the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide season on Saturday August 3rd at Iowa Speedway. Wallace will be behind the wheel of the No. 29 U.S. Cellular Toyota Camry, for the U.S. Celullar 250, a veteran of the .875-mile oval, he boasts three top-10 finishes and a near perfect lap completion record (99.8%) at the track including a 13th place finish last June.
Their latest test from this speedway will be Friday night when the Nationwide Series takes the green flag for the O'Reilly Auto Parts 300.
While the final results of the US Cellular 250 will show that Michael McDowell and the No. 18 Pizza Ranch Toyota started ninth and finished ninth, the night was anything but routine for the Joe Gibbs Racing team.
“I’m ready to get back in the car. It’s hard to keep momentum when you have a week off right after a top-10 finish. We had an awesome car in Texas and it was great to get our second top-10 of the season there."