The Richard Petty-owned operation plans to focus its efforts on its flagship No. 43 Ford driven by Aric Almirola next year. Brian Moffitt, the organization's CEO, indicated in a statement Friday that the team plans to lease one of its two charters it has in NASCAR's top division.
Front Row Motorsports will have two familiar faces behind the wheels of its racecars in 2017. Landon Cassill will return to the team and drive the No. 34 Ford after an impressive first season with the team in 2016.
As the 2016 season came to a close, silly season in NASCAR officially began. One of the biggest announcements is the new Cup Series sponsor for next year. On Dec. 1 it was revealed that Monster Energy and NASCAR have entered into a multi-year agreement with Monster Energy.
This year Roush Yates Engines’ achievements proved that the organization continues to be a driving force in racing worldwide.
The winning bidder for the Petty's Garage 2017 Ford Mustang GT will receive not only a one-of-a-kind customized, high-powered vehicle, he or she will own a labor of love from Richard "King of NASCAR" Petty himself.
Three things are certain with the anticipation of the Northeastern Supply Company’s 24th consecutive season of driver and team sponsorship in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2017.
DALE EARNHARDT, JR.: “Well, the test, I thought, couldn’t have gone any better. Darlington was a great host and NASCAR was really great to work with to put it together. I really appreciate them creating opportunities and rules for drivers in this type of situation to be able to get in a car.
The 42-year-old has one more item on his checklist before Daytona. He confirmed that he will participate in a private test in December at a track to ensure that being back in a racecar does not trigger any symptoms, such as nausea or vision problems.
NASCAR and Monster Energy announced today a multi-year agreement for the premier series entitlement as well as the prestigious annual NASCAR All-Star Race.