New Sponsor Will Keep Stenhouse Sunny

Two-time NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and the No. 17 Roush Fenway Racing Sprint Cup Ford will carry primary sponsorship from SunnyD later this year.
Atlanta Motor Speedway President Ed Clark is set to retire in early 2020.

Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Ed Clark To Retire

After more than four decades of service to the NASCAR industry, including the last 27 years at Atlanta Motor Speedway, facility President Ed Clark will retire following the Folds of Honor QuickTrip 500 on March 15.

Health Issues Sideline Vickers Again

Michael Waltrip Racing driver Brian Vickers will not be available to race during the early part of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season due to health issues.

Jimmy John’s To Back RCR No. 29

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, which has sponsored driver Kevin Harvick in the NASCAR Nationwide Series the past two seasons, will expand its involvement to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this season

SHR Promotes Zipadelli, Names Crew Chiefs

In preparation for its expansion to a four-car NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team next year, Stewart-Haas Racing announced several new assignments within its competition department.

Patriotic Salute Returns For Coca-Cola 600

Memorial Day weekend kicks into high gear on May 28 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, as the speedway’s spectacular patriotic salute to servicemen and women returns prior to the 58th running of the Coca-Cola 600

Cup Competitors Join FOX As Analysts

FOX NASCAR will open the 2015 season, its 15th year broadcasting NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events and the first of its new 10-year media rights agreement, with expanded coverage and the return of its popular broadcast team, coupled with new on-air faces that include a rotation of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champions.
Jimmie Johnson

Johnson Matches Yarborough With 83rd Cup Victory

Jimmie Johnson matched Cale Yarborough for sixth on the all-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series winners list with his 83rd series victory on Sunday at Dover Int’l Speedway.

Bowyer Confident Heading To RIR

Clint Bowyer got off to a poor start to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this season, but has rallied from 24th to 10th in the standings during the past four races

NASCAR Bolsters Industry Services Staff

NASCAR announced today two personnel moves within its Industry Services department designed to bolster its support of industry partners. Jeff Wohlschlaeger has been hired as managing director of event services and Chad Seigler has been promoted to managing director of team services.

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