What in the world just happened….. Kyle Busch (No. 18) and Chris Buescher (No. 17) made contact exiting the second turn at Martinsville Speedway, spinning both of their cars in … Continue Reading Video: “The Big One” Makes a Special Appearance at Martinsville, At Least 15 Cars Involved in Final Stage Melee
Entering Sunday’s Pennzoil 400, polesitter Kevin Harvick was considered to be one of the favorites for the victory, having led a combined 455 laps in his last six events at … Continue Reading After Subpar Performance in Vegas, is it Time for Stewart-Haas Racing to Hit the Panic Button?
Dixie Vodka will join Stewart-Haas Racing and second-year driver Cole Custer as a primary sponsor of the organization’s No. 41 Ford Mustang in a pair of NASCAR Cup Series events, … Continue Reading Dixie Vodka Joins Cole Custer, Stewart-Haas Racing for Two-Race Primary Sponsorship
The NASCAR Cup Series regular season was honestly anything but “regular” in 2020, with the lingering fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic – and the nine-week hiatus that came along with … Continue Reading 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs: Who Can Stop the Dominance of Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin?
When the NASCAR Cup Series heads to Darlington Raceway for the third time in 2020, rookie of the year contender Cole Custer, will be honoring the 1956 Southern 500 winner … Continue Reading Cole Custer, Stewart-Haas Racing Honoring 1956 Southern 500 Winner Curtis Turner at Darlington’s “Throwback Weekend”
They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and apparently that includes the crashes as well, as a multi-car pileup has taken many fast cars out of the running for … Continue Reading Video: Ryan Blaney Breaks Loose, Triggers Chain Reaction Pileup in Stage Three at Texas.
Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. came into this week optimistic about his chances for a good finish at Bristol Motor Speedway, after coming off a top-five finish at Charlotte Motor Speedway. On … Continue Reading Video: Contact Between Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. and Jimmie Johnson Triggers Seven Car Accident Late in Stage 2 at Bristol
Monday proved to be a busy day for NASCAR news, as we get ready for the first race back after the nine-week hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. A lot … Continue Reading In Case You Missed It: NASCAR News from Monday, May 11th, 2020
After a nine-week shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic that prevented NASCAR race team employees from working on race cars, the NASCAR Cup Series season is set to resume on … Continue Reading Gene Haas’ Newest Holding ‘Haas Tooling’ Sponsoring Custer at Darlington
Talk about going all-in? Production Alliance Group will be sponsoring two Stewart-Haas Racing cars in 2020. Not only Cole Custer’s No. 41 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Cup Series, but … Continue Reading Production Alliance Group Will be Primary Sponsor For Cole Custer in Vegas and Chase Briscoe in California
There is a bit of a shake up atop the NASCAR Cup Series pit boxes for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2020. After a year, which saw only one of their cars … Continue Reading Stewart-Haas Racing Announces Cup Series Crew Chief Assignments For 2020
Cole Custer may be a rookie in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, but he will have a veteran voice in his ear throughout the season. Andy Houston — who … Continue Reading Andy Houston Signs on to be Spotter For Cole Custer in 2020
Tyler Reddick led the most laps (84) in Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but in the end it took impeccable driving in a duel with Cole … Continue Reading Tyler Reddick Outduels Cole Custer For Homestead Win, Second-Consecutive Xfinity Series Championship
NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship 4 contender Tyler Reddick started from the pole in Saturday’s Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, and led the opening 33 laps of Stage 1. However, … Continue Reading Chase Briscoe Wins Stage 1 of Xfinity Series at Homestead, Custer Highest Championship 4 Driver
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) will promote Cole Custer from its NASCAR Xfinity Series team to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020, whereupon the nine-time Xfinity Series race winner … Continue Reading Stewart-Haas Racing Officially Promotes Cole Custer to Cup Series For 2020
Well, the big domino appears to have dropped for NASCAR silly season. According to a new report citing sources from Jim Utter at Motorsport.com, Cole Custer will be moving to … Continue Reading Report: Cole Custer Moving to Stewart-Haas Racing’s No. 41 in 2020
The aggravation of not finding victory lane is over for Justin Allgaier. In the penultimate race of the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, Allgaier stepped up, led 85 laps and … Continue Reading Justin Allgaier Has Enough Fuel, Holds off Custer For First Win of 2019
FORT WORTH, Texas — After Friday’s breaking news that Go Fas Racing had reached a deal to form a technical alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series … Continue Reading Go Fas Owner, Archie St. Hilaire: ‘Cole Custer is Not Coming to Our Team’
Cole Custer sought out Tyler Reddick on pit road following Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300 to tell the driver of the No. 2 Richard Childress Racing car that he didn’t appreciate … Continue Reading Video: Cole Custer, Tyler Reddick Get Into Altercation on Pit Road Following Kansas Race
Cole Custer may need a new change of underwear. With 49 laps left in Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300, Custer lost traction coming off of turn two. He chased his No. … Continue Reading Video: Cole Custer Nearly Loses it With 49 Laps Left in Kansas