NASCAR officials have handed down a one-race suspension to Chip Ganassi – team owner of Chip Ganassi Racing — for violating NASCAR’s COVID-19 safety protocols last weekend at Daytona International … Continue Reading Chip Ganassi Handed One-Race Suspension, $30,000 Fine After Violation of COVID-19 Protocols at Daytona
When Ross Chastain’s No. 42 Camaro hits the track on Sunday in Daytona, fans will see the familiar red and yellow color palette of an American icon. McDonald’s, the world-wide … Continue Reading McDonald’s Continuing CGR Partnership, Sponsoring Ross Chastain at Daytona Road Course
AdventHealth will continue its partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing and Spire Motorsports for the 2021 edition of Daytona Speedweeks. The collaborative effort will give 2018 Daytona 500 champion Kurt Busch … Continue Reading AdventHealth Continues Partnership with CGR / Spire for Daytona Speedweeks
Kyle Larson’s name has been popping up across Silly season for a few months now. Could he return to NASCAR? More importantly – has he deserved his chance to clean … Continue Reading Kyle Larson’s first TV Interview – addressing the slur, and a potential comeback
Fresh off of his 32nd career victory at NASCAR’s top-level on Sunday Night, Kurt Busch is looking ahead to what the future holds beyond next season, as in an interview … Continue Reading Kurt Busch: “50/50” Chance 2021 Will Be Final Year Competing in NASCAR
UPDATE: September 21, 2020 – 10:04 AM ET: Chip Ganassi Racing has officially announced that Ross Chastain will pilot the organization’s No. 42 machine in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series … Continue Reading Ross Chastain’s Move to Cup, Chip Ganassi Racing in 2021 Made Official
With NASCAR Cup Series driver Bubba Wallace confirming that he will not return to Richard Petty Motorsports next season, fans have already began forming their own opinions as to where … Continue Reading Silly Season 2020 Predictions – Who’s landing where?
When making a decision on where he wants to drive in 2021, Bubba Wallace will have some unique offers to consider, including an offer from Richard Petty Motorsports that would … Continue Reading Report: Richard Petty Motorsports Offers Bubba Wallace Partial Ownership of Organization in Contract Negotiations
Jimmie Johnson will FINALLY get to test an IndyCar this year, driving for NASCAR Cup Series owner Chip Ganassi at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course on July 8th, according … Continue Reading Jimmie Johnson Testing IndyCar for Chip Ganassi Racing at Indianapolis Road Course on July 8th.
Matt Kenseth, “newcomer” to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, has found trouble past the halfway point of the Coca-Cola 600. Kenseth, who also had a late-race incident Wednesday at … Continue Reading Video: Matt Kenseth Spins in Turn 2, Triggers Caution Flag Late in Stage 3.
Matt Kenseth is solid, steady and even-keeled. So much so, that when Nextel came on board as the NASCAR Cup Series title sponsor back in 2004, one of their ad … Continue Reading After 18 Months Away, Matt Kenseth Scores Top-10 Finish at Darlington
Matt Kenseth will make his triumphant return to the NASCAR Cup Series when the 2020 season resumes, as the 2003 NASCAR Cup Series Champion has been selected by Chip Ganssi … Continue Reading Matt Kenseth Selected to Pilot Chip Ganassi Racing No. 42 for Remainder of 2020
Although we don’t have an official total of how many races that McDonald’s will adorn the No. 42 machine that will be piloted by Kyle Larson in 2020 (they were … Continue Reading First Look: Kyle Larson’s 2020 McDonald’s Paint Scheme
Kurt Busch will have a hint of orange on his black No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for four races in 2020 as GearWrench will return as a primary sponsor for … Continue Reading GearWrench Returns to Sponsor Kurt Busch for Four Races in 2020
It has been a very successful winter for Kyle Larson on the dirt as he has scored numerous wins —-including his first triumph in 13 tries in the Chili Bowl … Continue Reading Video: Kyle Larson Goes For a Tumble in Australian Winged Sprint Heat Race
Who said it was off season? It has been a busy January for Kyle Larson. He ran a multi-race midget dirt championship in New Zealand, where he won some, but … Continue Reading Kyle Larson’s Action-Packed Winter Continues, Heads to Australia For Winged Sprints
On his 13th attempt, Kyle Larson has finally nabbed the elusive Golden Driller — the trophy handed out to the winner of the Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma each … Continue Reading Kyle Larson Finally Captures Victory in Chili Bowl Nationals
Leaked photos of the No. 77 Spire Motorsports car with an AdventHealth paint scheme as well as Kyle Larson’s No. 42 machine have already helped us piece together most of … Continue Reading Report: AdventHealth Sponsoring Four Cup Races Total With Kyle Larson and Ross Chastain in 2020
On New Year’s Day, Kyle Larson was back at it on the dirt in New Zealand — this time at Huntley International Speedway — In his first event back since … Continue Reading Kyle Larson Sports Black and Bloodshot Eye After Latest Dirt Win in New Zealand
Kyle Larson had a crash for the ages Wednesday night at Spring Speedway in New Zealand, as he tumbled numerous times in a wild flip. Related: Video of Kyle Larson’s … Continue Reading Kyle Larson Updates Fans on His Condition After Wild Crash in New Zealand