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  1. NASCAR Xfinity champion Austin Cindric will aim to make his Cup series debut next month at the Daytona 500 View the full article
  2. Team Penske announced Wednesday that Cindric will attempt to make the season-opener in the No. 33 Ford. Miles Stanley, a race engineer for Penske’s Nos. 12 and 22 Cup teams, will serve as crew chief. Cindric, 22, is planning to run a limited Cup schedule this season in preparation for his fulltime move to the Wood Brothers’ No. 21 Ford in 2022. “There is a lot to be excited about ...Keep reading View the full article
  3. It will be the Frenchman’s first ever rally experience, and his first proper outing in an A110S since he tried it out at the Nordschleife over the Eifel Grand Prix weekend last year. Ocon, who will run with his F1 number #31 on the blue-liveried car, will get a morning shakedown in the official VIP course car on Thursday before having a high-speed run when the World Rally Championship season ...Keep reading View the full article
  4. Looking for a reason to turn your 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee into a Jeep Grand Cherokee overland machine? Here it is, and it was built by Andrew Dauscher over a period of three years. Why Is This Grand Cherokee Cool? Perimeter LED lighting Did you see the Warn winch in the front? We didn’t think View the full article
  5. We’re stoked to see that Hennessey—creator of various Goliath, VelociRaptor, Mammoth, and Maximus mega-powerful truck builds—has gotten around to fiddling with the Ram 1500 TRX. You see, Four Wheeler’s 2021 Pickup Truck of the Year participant is the hottest hot-rod off-road pickup truck to hit the market since the Ford F-150 Raptor hit the scene over a decade ago. View the full article
  6. MotorTrend is the number one automotive media destination in the world for a reason: We know what we’re doing. You already know that, you’ve trusted us and other brands in the MotorTrend family—like HOT ROD, Four Wheeler, and Roadkill—for more than 70 years. You’ve also trusted Dax Shepard, Rob Corddry, and Jethro Bovingdon to thoroughly View the full article
  7. Borchetta, the president/CEO and founder of the independent record label Big Machine Label Group, announced Tuesday he will field a fulltime Xfinity team this season with driver Jade Buford. The Mooresville, N.C.-based No. 48 Chevrolet team will be overseen by veteran crew chief Patrick Donahue. Buford, a sports car driver, made his first venture into NASCAR racing last season, running in ...Keep reading View the full article
  8. Motorsport.com first reported Dillon was finalizing a deal with the team last week. Bass Pro Shops and Black Rifle Coffee Company will sponsor the No. 96 Toyota as Dillon attempts to qualify for the season opener at Daytona International Speedway. It’s the only race Dillon has announced for 2021, but he’s eligible for the Busch Clash if he can land a ride with another team. Dillon ...Keep reading View the full article
  9. The 15-year-old was competing in an ARCA Menards Series test last Friday when he filmed himself driving full speed down the backstretch at the famed superspeedway. He later uploaded the video to Snapchat. He was called to the hauler to speak with ARCA officials over the 18-second clip and has since been penalized. He violated Section 20C – 6.7 of the rulebook, which references the ...Keep reading View the full article
  10. Jamie McMurray will make a return to NASCAR Cup competition, and will race in February's Daytona 500 for the Spire Motorsports team View the full article
  11. Ogier’s last full season in the rallying's top division will get underway at Rallye Monte-Carlo on Thursday afternoon where the Frenchman is targeting a record-breaking eighth victory at the Gap-based event. Once again, the 37-year-old starts as the bookies’ favourite, but he is predicting a five-way scrap for the title in 2021. Elfyn Evans pushed the Frenchman close last year and held a ...Keep reading View the full article
  12. McMurray, who stopped competing on a fulltime basis in the NASCAR Cup Series following the 2018 season, will drive the No. 77 Chevrolet from Spire Motorsports in partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing. The effort will be sponsored by AdventHealth, one of the largest faith-based health systems in the United States. McMurray, 44, currently works as a NASCAR analyst for Fox Sports. His most ...Keep reading View the full article
  13. Rallying has an enduring appeal for millions around the world, adding rich diversity to the range of motorsport disciplines. But what does the long-term future for rallying look like? For the first #ThinkingForward of 2021 we speak to WRC Director Peter Thul about the qualities needed to excel in rally, why WRC is backing F1’s strategy that hybrid engines and biofuels are the future ...Keep reading View the full article
  14. Entering the 2021 NASCAR season, Bubba Wallace spoke with Shannon sharp to reflect on the 2020 season, discuss moving forward with Michael Jordan and driving for 23XI Racing. View the full article
  15. NASCAR driver, Bubba Wallace, the sport’s lone full-time Black driver, joined Shannon Sharpe to discuss why it was so important for him to speak up and be the voice of change for auto racing now and in the future. View the full article
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