ThorSport announced on Monday they have parted ways with Ford ahead of the 2021 Camping World Truck Series season and will announce new manufacture at a later date.
At the conclusion of the Desert Diamond Casio West Valley 200 at Phoenix Raceway, Chevrolet clinched the Bill France Performance Cup in...
With the wave of the checkered flag at the Lucas Oil 150 at Phoenix Raceway, Chevrolet earned the 2020 NASCAR Gander RV...
Ford claimed its first championship of the 2020 NASCAR season earlier today when it clinched the manufacturers’ title at Martinsville Speedway.
Today NASCAR delivered the 2021 Cup Series rules to the teams. The rules will largely remain the same to allow teams to build off their knowledge and experience of the race package, while preparing for the transition to the Next Gen car in 2022.
After driving to victory at Memphis International Speedway on Saturday with Ty Gibbs, Toyota has captured its fifth manufacturer’s championship in the ARCA Menards Series.
This was an expected announcement as in recent days several teams and manufactures have been requesting to NASCAR that the NextGen car will be delayed do to limited testing and limited work hours available to build these cars due to COVID-19.
After some pressure from certain teams in the NASCAR Cup Series garage, manufactures like Toyota, and the Race Team Alliance, NASCAR could make an announcement later this week about a possible postponement for the new NASCAR Cup Series NextGen race car until 2022 due to lack of preparedness from COVID-19.
"Once the decision was made to go that direction, we tested different lug nut options. With the loads on the larger wheels, we had to make sure that the wheel would remain securely fastened the car. The single lug, center lock design was the best way to accomplish this." said Probst in a statement.
Edsel B. Ford II has crossed paths with many people during his lifetime, including celebrities, politicians and corporate heavyweights. But when he is presented the Landmark Award during the NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction ceremony Friday night, he’ll be in front of a group he loves more than anything — the racing community.