Rick Ware Racing Planning to Run Two Cars in 2022

Both Josh Bilicki and Garrett Smithley have stated they are excited to be back with Rick Ware Racing and Ford Performance next season but have not gone into detail about their racing plans.

NASCAR Most Popular Driver Voting Now Open

There have been 20 different winners of the most popular driver award in the NASCAR Cup Series with Bill Elliott winning the most at 16 awards.

Armor All Sponsoring Erik Jones in the Daytona 500

In anticipation of the 63rd annual DAYTONA 500, Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) announced today a partnership with the Armor All brand, a leader in car care, providing consumers with innovative products that clean, shine and protect automotive surfaces.

Guaranteed Rate Joining RCR and Driver Tyler Reddick Throughout 2022 Season

Guaranteed Rate, a leader in mortgage lending and digital financial services, and Richard Childress Racing (RCR) have announced a partnership with Tyler Reddick and his No. 8 Chevrolet for multiple races during the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series.

Pitbull to Perform Concert at NASCAR’s Debute Race at the LA Coliseum

Multiplatinum recording artist and NASCAR team owner Pitbull will perform a 45-minute concert before the main event on Feb. 6 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

The Money Team Racing Running Select Cup Races in 2022, Full-Time in 2023

The team has plans to race the Superspeedway and road course tracks for 2022. Kaz Grala and the team will return for the Circuit of the Americas next month.

Keith Rodden to Join Richard Childress Racing as Crew Chief for Austin Dillon Next...

Keith Rodden will join Richard Childress Racing as crew chief of the No. 3 Chevrolet driven by Austin Dillon in 2023.

Could James Davison Race for Richard Childress in the Daytona 500?

Since the announcement in early December of 2019, there has been no new rumored teams to possibly field a car for him in 2020, until now.

NASCAR Nation Reacts to Ryan Newman Crash

Prayers of Ryan Newman

Kyle Larson’s Homes For Sale in North Carolina

Following the departure from Chip Ganassi Racing, and a temporary ban from NASCAR following the use of a racial slur on a iRacing video last month, Kyle Larson has posted both of his North Carolina properties for sale.