The No. 32 Ford Mustang of Corey LaJoie will sport a new look when the NASCAR Cup Series returns this weekend at Darlington Raceway for the first race since early March. Drydene Performance Products will be on board LaJoie's Ford, debuting an all-new red and white scheme for the 400-mile event.
Chase Elliott's expectations on returning to the track: “It will be really interesting. NASCAR has never seen anything like what we are about to see this year. Showing up and just racing without any on-track time or any prep inside the car is super unorthodox and has never really even been considered until this."
Cole Custer has experienced the good and bad when it comes to moving and, quite frankly, he hopes he never has to go through either again.
Front Row Motorsports (FRM) announced today that Scag Power Equipment, a leader in commercial-grade professional and premium residential lawn mowers, will join the organization as its newest partner.
As NASCAR continues plans to return to racing later this month, Coca-Cola Racing Family driver Bubba Wallace spent Wednesday afternoon visiting with airmen from Shaw Air Force Base as part of Charlotte Motor Speedway’s virtual Mission 600.