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Greg Davis

Rumors of Carl Edwards’ Move to Joe Gibbs Racing Continue to Heat Up

Changes may be taking place at Joe Gibbs Racing in preparation for the addition of a fourth team with Carl Edwards behind the wheel in 2015. According to a report from Motorsport.com, speculation is that Darian Grubb, Denny Hamlin‘s current crew chief who is currently suspended for rules violations, may …

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Stewart-Haas: Still No Decision on Tony Stewart Running Michigan

Will Tony Stewart race at Michigan International Speedway this weekend? He’s on the entry list, but at this moment there’s no clear word on a decision. According to a report from USA Today, Stewart-Haas Racing has noted that there is no current timeline for when Stewart might make a decision …

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NASCAR Sees TV Viewership on the Decline

According to data collected by Sports Media Watch,  no NASCAR events have made the list of the top 50 sporting events this year for TV viewership, including this year’s Daytona 500 won by Dale Earnhardt, Jr., which only saw 9.3 million viewers. Among the top 50, at the halfway point …

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TriStar Motorsports Announces Sponsor for the No. 44 Toyota at Chicago

On Monday, TriStar Motorsports of the NASCAR Nationwide Series announced that Plan B Sales will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 44 Toyota Camry, driven by David Starr next weekend at Chicagoland Speedway for the EnjoyIllinois.com 300. Plan B Sales, based in Concord, NC is one of the …

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IMS Names Title Sponsor for Nationwide Series Race

Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced Monday afternoon that the track has partnered with global pharmaceutical company, Eli Lilly and Company to become the title sponsor of the NASCAR Nationwide Series race. The race, which now will be called the “Lilly Diabetes 250”, is a multi-year deal with Lilly and IMS. “We’re …

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After Victory for the No. 43, Richard Petty Motorsports to Remain with Ford

Aric Almirola’s historic victory at Daytona on a rain-shortened Sunday for the Coke Zero 400 was monumental for more reasons than securing the No. 43’s first Sprint Cup victory since 1999. The win also was the third in a row for Ford, a manufacturer that had its struggles with speed …

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