RYAN BLANEY, No. 12 Menards Ford Mustang -- THE SPEED BOARD FROM THAT CLASH PRACTICE LOOKS LIKE A LISTING OF TEAMS, IS THAT JUST A PRODUCT OF EVERYONE TRYING TO WORK TOGETHER? “Yeah, it has been that way the last three years on speedway tracks with teams and manufacturers going out there together. Especially with the Clash, you want to get out there with the Clash car in a bigger pack.
DANIEL HEMRIC, NO. 8 CATERPILLAR CAMARO ZL1 – Pole Winner - GOOD JOB BY THE WHOLE TEAM! THIS IS YOUR FIRST CAREER POLE. HOW DOES IT FEEL? “Yeah, it’s pretty special. I kind of just feel crazy. I got out of the car and I thought I’d be maybe fifth to eighth but man, these guys on this Caterpillar Camaro ZL1 have done a great job all year of no matter what’s thrown at us, kind of just rising to the occasion and showing back up at the race track every week ready to work."
CHASE ELLIOTT, NO. 9 MOUNTAIN DEW/LITTLE CAESAR’S CAMARO ZL1 – Race Winner YOU HEARD IT ON THE RADIO HOW IMPORTANT THIS WIN WAS FOR THIS TEAM AND FOR CHEVROLET AND FOR YOU? “Thank you. What a day. Just a huge thanks to all of our partners, my team, Hendrick Motorsports, Chevrolet; there was obviously a lot of teamwork done today. Big thanks to Mountain Dew and Little Caesar’s and NAPA and all our partners that make this happen. But, you guys (fans) are really what makes it happen. Thank you.”
After blowing a right front tire early in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) race at ISM Raceway, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. overcame adversity to score a 19th-place finish in his NOS Energy Drink Ford.
On the heels of his seventh top-20 of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, a career high for the 28-year-old, Corey LaJoie ventures to the Lone Star State on the hunt to extend that streak with the Schluter Systems Ford.
Austin Dillon And The Dow Coatings Chevrolet Team Lead Laps and Highlight Speed In Saturday Afternoon NASCAR Cup Series Race at Dover International Speedway
Toyota took three of the top-five positions in Saturday night’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Matt DiBenedetto and the No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane team are headed to New Hampshire Motor Speedway hoping to put some recent bad luck behind them in Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301.
After working his way up inside the top 15, Ryan Newman was one of several drivers involved in a multi-car incident in the final stage of Thursday night’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway, ultimately causing severe damage that relegated the Wyndham Rewards Ford to a 28th-place finish.
The Round of 8 hits the midway point this weekend in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR XFINITY Series at Texas Motor Speedway. Ford has won more events than any other manufacturer in the two series and has both defending race winners as well. Kevin Harvick has captured the Texas playoff race on the MENCS side each of the last two seasons while Cole Custer took the NXS event last year. Here’s a look at where Ford’s playoff drivers stand, along with its statistical success at the 1.5-mile facility.