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  2. After winning the “Great American Race” twice, Earnhardt will return to Daytona International Speedway and lead the field to the green flag on Feb. 17 in a new Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck for the first time. “I’ve had a lot of fun and a lot of success at Daytona over the years, and now I can’t wait to get out on that track in a Silverado,” said Earnhardt. “Away from the track ... Keep reading View the full article
  3. New NASCAR Cup Series champion Joey Logano has admitted he "felt really weak" and like his career was over when his initial big break with Joe Gibbs Racing went awry View the full article
  4. NASCAR and its network broadcast partners Fox and NBC have announced their broadcast times for all Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events in 2019. The Las Vegas playoff race will now be televised starting at 7 p.m. ET to allow for a primetime network airing on the East Coast. The schedule remains divided as in previous seasons with Fox handling all events starting with the events kicking ... Keep reading View the full article
  5. NASCAR and it’s network broadcast partners Fox and NBC have announced their broadcast times for all Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events in 2019. The Las Vegas playoff race will now be televised starting at 7 p.m. ET to allow for a primetime network airing on the East Coast. The schedule remains divided as in previous seasons with Fox handling all events starting with the events kicking ... Keep reading View the full article
  6. Ford announced the official EPA fuel economy numbers for the 2019 Ranger midsize pickup, which will be capable of hitting 26 mpg highway or 23 mpg combined. View the full article
  7. Yesterday
  8. Earnhardt retired from fulltime NASCAR competition following the 2017 season and joined the NBC Sports TV booth this season, which concluded last month. He drove in one Xfinity Series race during the year, finishing fourth at Richmond, Va., in the fall. “I have this itch or urge to go race or run a race or just drive a car somewhere or whatever but I don’t have a clear regret or like a real ... Keep reading View the full article
  9. Earnhardt retired from fulltime NASCAR competition following the 2017 season and joined the NBC Sports TV booth this season, which concluded last month. He drove in one Xfinity Series race during the year, finishing fourth at Richmond, Va., in the fall. “I have this itch or urge to go race or run a race or just drive a car somewhere or whatever but I don’t have a clear regret or like a real ... Keep reading View the full article
  10. Can-Am has tapped Casey Currie to compete in the 2019 Dakar Rally. View the full article
  11. The replacement for the legendary and long-running Land Rover Defender is right around the corner, probably arriving for the 2020 model year. View the full article
  12. Ronnie Wetch from C10 Talk, Robert Bollinger of Bollinger Motors, SEMA’s Brew Talks Highlights, and Ben Palmer from AEV Brings Pizza View the full article
  13. Team owner and driver Ekstrom announced his departure from World RX as a full-time driver immediately after the final round in South Africa last month, following the loss of works factory support for his squad in August. The two-time DTM champion has now revealed that the team, which made its World RX debut in 2014 and won both the drivers' and teams' titles two years later, will take a break ... Keep reading View the full article
  14. Team owner and driver Ekstrom announced his departure from World RX as a full-time driver immediately after the final round in South Africa last month, following the loss of works factory support for his squad in August. The two-time DTM champion has now revealed that the team, which made its World RX debut in 2014 and won both the drivers' and teams' titles two years later, will take a break ... Keep reading View the full article
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  16. Busch has left a four-car Stewart-Haas Racing squad spearheaded by 2018 title contender Kevin Harvick to make the switch. The new Ganassi recruit will partner Kyle Larson in 2019, replacing Jamie McMurray. The smaller operation means Busch will have more resources available to him than he would in a larger outfit. Busch said: “The way that I look at Ganassi and all of his motorsports ... Keep reading View the full article
  17. Busch has left a four-car Stewart-Haas Racing squad spearheaded by 2018 title contender Kevin Harvick to make the switch. The new Ganassi recruit will partner Kyle Larson in 2019, replacing Jamie McMurray. The smaller operation means Busch will have more resources available to him than he would in a larger outfit. Busch said: “The way that I look at Ganassi and all of his motorsports ... Keep reading View the full article
  18. Alfredo, 19, will drive a partial schedule next year in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series for DGR-Crosley. His season schedule isn’t set as yet hit is expected to make his series debut at Atlanta in the second race of the season. “Going to DGR-Crosley next season is a huge opportunity for me," said Alfredo. "To be able to work with David (Gilliland), who’s not only the owner but also ... Keep reading View the full article
  19. Jeff Gordon, 47, became the youngest driver in the modern era to win a NASCAR Cup Series title as a 24-year-old in 1995. He went on to win three more championships in 1997, ’98 and 2001. All told, Gordon collected 93 Cup series wins and 81 pole positions in 805 starts between 1992 through eight events in 2016. In 1998, Gordon recorded a modern era-record 13 wins and is a three-time Daytona ... Keep reading View the full article
  20. Jeff Gordon, 47, became the youngest driver in the modern era to win a NASCAR Cup Series title as a 24-year-old in 1995. He went on to win three more championships in 1997, ’98 and 2001. All told, Gordon collected 93 Cup series wins and 81 pole positions in 805 starts between 1992 through eight events in 2016. In 1998, Gordon recorded a modern era-record 13 wins and is a three-time Daytona ... Keep reading View the full article
  21. Kurt Busch says his move to the Chip Ganassi Racing NASCAR Cup series team for 2019 was appealing because it is a "streamlining" two-car outfit View the full article
  22. Garcia will once again be a part of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program competing for Rev Racing. The Mexico City native just finished his most successful season of NASCAR racing to date winning three times in Mexico to help him capture his second NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series title in three years and he also won twice in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in 2018. Garcia ... Keep reading View the full article
  23. While there will be some changes with Cup teams at Hendrick Motorsports next year, Bowman and crew chief Greg Ives and the majority of his No. 88 team will remain intact. One thing changing is the paint scheme of his primary sponsor Nationwide on his Chevrolet Camaro, which Bowman unveiled during a fan event Thursday night at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, N.C. The design features a ... Keep reading View the full article
  24. While there will be some changes with Cup teams at Hendrick Motorsports next year, Bowman and crew chief Greg Ives and the majority of his No. 88 team will remain intact. One thing changing is the paint scheme of his primary sponsor Nationwide on his Chevrolet Camaro, which Bowman unveiled during a fan event Thursday night at the GoPro Motorplex in Mooresville, N.C. The design features a ... Keep reading View the full article
  25. There is speculation that Rovanpera's manager Timo Jouhki already has the 18-year-old's future tied down in a long-term agreement with Toyota WRC team principal Tommi Makinen. Both Jari-Matti Latvala and Kris Meeke have single-season Toyota agreements for 2019, and one of them is widely expected to step aside for Rovanpera thereafter. Although Skoda has a long-term contract with Rovanpera ... Keep reading View the full article
  26. There is speculation that Rovanpera's manager Timo Jouhki already has the 18-year-old's future tied down in a long-term agreement with Toyota WRC team principal Tommi Makinen. Both Jari-Matti Latvala and Kris Meeke have single-season Toyota agreements for 2019, and one of them is widely expected to step aside for Rovanpera thereafter. Although Skoda has a long-term contract with Rovanpera ... Keep reading View the full article
  27. The British reporter spent time with fans, a NASCAR broadcasting legend from MRN Radio Joe Moore, as well as Larson before the final event of the 36-race NASCAR Cup Series season. Larson, who drives the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, has three top-five finishes in six starts at the 1.5-mile track and finished 13th in the 2018 season finale ... Keep reading View the full article
  28. The British reporter spent time with fans, a NASCAR broadcasting legend from MRN Radio Joe Moore, as well as Larson before the final event of the 36-race NASCAR Cup Series season. Larson, who drives the No. 42 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, has three top-five finishes in six starts at the 1.5-mile track and finished 13th in the 2018 season finale ... Keep reading View the full article
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