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After opening the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (NWMT) season with a ninth-place run, Craig Lutz came back to the northeast and Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for the Icebreaker 150, where he finished second.

With one race left on the NWMT schedule, the Miller Place, New York, driver sits fifth in the championship standings with three top five finishes in the first 15 races. Now, as the season is set to conclude on Sunday as part of the World Series right back at Thompson, Lutz has a new wave of confidence. His team switched from Troyer to LFR Chassis just two weeks ago, and in their first effort at Stafford Motor Speedway, he started eighth and finished second.-NASCAR PR
Oct 10 - 10:17 PM

DGR-Crosley announced today that Tyler Ankrum will drive the team’s No. 17 Toyota Tundra next season in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Due to age restrictions, Ankrum will miss the first three races of the season before turning 18 on March 6.

He will make his 2019 debut at Martinsville Speedway and is slated to run the remainder of the season as a contender for Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors. The 17-year-old San Bernardino, California, native made his Truck Series debut earlier this year with DGR-Crosley at Martinsville where he earned an 18th-place finish.
Source: DGR-Crosley
Dec 14 - 12:03 PM

Preparing for its 16th season of IMSA competition, Meyer Shank Racing (MSR) will have a two-car campaign in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in the GT-Daytona class with the Acura NSX GT3 Evo.

Trent Hindman and Mario Farnbacher will pair for the full season effort in the No. 86 MSR Acura NSX GT3 Evo, with Justin Marks slotted for the four Michelin Endurance Cup rounds along with the return of AJ Allmendinger for the Rolex 24 At Daytona. The No. 86 entry will be joined by MSR's all-female line up of Jackie Heinricher, Katherine Legge, Bia Figueiredo (Ana Beatriz) and Simona De Silvestro for the Rolex 24 in the No. 57 Acura NSX GT3 Evo.-ESPN
Dec 14 - 11:52 AM

The Air Force and Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) announced today they will continue their 11th consecutive year of partnership together in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019.

The Air Force will continue to be a two-race primary sponsor of the famed No. 43 with driver Bubba Wallace, as well as a major associate throughout the season. In his first year partnering with the Air Force, Wallace Jr. engaged with current Airmen and aspiring recruits and visited four different U.S. Air Force bases. He took flight in an F-16 with the 77th Fighter Squadron known as the "Gamblers" at Shaw AFB, SC.-RPM
Dec 14 - 11:33 AM

Kannapolis, North Carolina native Daniel Hemric will carry a familiar number for his rookie season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019, driving the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. He continues the long tradition of Kannapolis natives who have driven the No. 8 on the racetrack.

Hemric made his MENCS debut during the 2018 season running the No. 8 at Richmond. During the 1950s, Ralph Earnhardt began his family's racing legacy on the short tracks around North Carolina driving the No. 8. When his son, Dale Earnhardt, made his first NASCAR start at Charlotte in 1975, it was with the No. 8 on the side of the car. When it came time for Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to begin his career in the NASCAR Cup Series, he did so driving a No. 8 Chevrolet that would become iconic to NASCAR fans and non-fans alike.-Richard Childress Racing
Dec 14 - 11:19 AM

FOX Sports officials confirmed Wednesday that Jamie McMurray has joined its NASCAR broadcast team as an analyst for the 2019 season.

McMurray, 42, will make the transition to the studio for the network’s "NASCAR RaceDay" pre-race coverage and the "NASCAR Race Hub" midweek news show. McMurray was replaced Dec. 4 as the driver of the Chip Ganassi Racing No. 1 Chevrolet. He has seven victories in 16-plus seasons competing in NASCAR’s top division, including a win in the 2010 Daytona 500.
Source: NASCAR.com
Dec 12 - 8:02 PM

RFMS Racing driver Travis Braden is on the ESPN 'Ten to Watch' list for 2019 after he achieved four top five finishes in his first full ARCA Racing Series this season.

At tracks in Columbus and Xenia, Ohio, Travis secured more than 100 victories before he was 13, and at age 17 he notched 10 victories and was crowned the Columbus track champion, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series State Champion and the NWASS National Rookie of the Year – all before graduating from high school.
Dec 10 - 10:20 AM

NASCAR announced six drivers Thursday for the Drive for Diversity Class of 2019, unveiling a group that blends talented newcomers with returning veterans.

Chase Cabre, Ernie Francis Jr., Rubén García Jr. and Nick Sanchez return to the driver development program next season. They’ll be joined by first-time participants Brooke Storer and Gracie Trotter. Ernie Francis Jr. rolled to his fifth consecutive Trans-Am Series championship in 2018, prevailing in five of the season’s 11 races. He also won the pole last year in his K&N East debut, in June at New Jersey Motorsports Park. Francis, 20, will compete in a mix of Late Model and K&N Series races in 2019.-NASCAR PR
Dec 7 - 11:36 AM

NASCAR announced six drivers Thursday for the Drive for Diversity Class of 2019, unveiling a group that blends talented newcomers with returning veterans.

Chase Cabre, Ernie Francis Jr., Rubén García Jr. and Nick Sanchez return to the driver development program next season. They’ll be joined by first-time participants Brooke Storer and Gracie Trotter. Rubén García Jr. secured the NASCAR Peak Mexico Series title for a second time last season and finished third in the K&N Pro Series East final standings. The 23-year-old driver will return to the K&N East tour, where he won twice last season.-NASCAR PR
Dec 7 - 11:28 AM

NASCAR announced six drivers Thursday for the Drive for Diversity Class of 2019, unveiling a group that blends talented newcomers with returning veterans.

Chase Cabre, Ernie Francis Jr., Rubén García Jr. and Nick Sanchez return to the driver development program next season. They’ll be joined by first-time participants Brooke Storer and Gracie Trotter. Cabre, the 21-year-old Florida native, returns for his third season with Rev Racing. He’ll compete again in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, where he wound up seventh in the 2018 standings.-NASCAR PR
Dec 7 - 11:23 AM

NASCAR Next member Anthony Alfredo will join DGR-Crosley next season, competing part-time in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series with support from his partners Ceco Building Systems, Meccanic Shop North and Oxford Energy Group.

The 19-year-old Ridgefield, Connecticut native most recently competed in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE) where he finished fifth in overall point standings in his rookie season. Alfredo ended the 2018 NKNPSE season with a win at South Boston Speedway, five top-five and nine top-10 finishes throughout the 14-race season.
Source: NASCAR.com
Dec 6 - 4:51 PM

GMS Racing announced today that John Hunter Nemechek will join the team for the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) season.

Nemechek will be the driver of the No. 23 Chevrolet Camaro under the GMS Racing banner and will contend for the 2019 Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors. The 21-year old will be under the guidance of NASCAR Xfinity Series veteran crew chief Chad Norris, who joined GMS Racing at the beginning of the 2018 season. Norris led the No. 23 Chevrolet Camaro team to a record year after collecting GMS' first NXS win at Talladega Superspeedway with Spencer Gallagher, as well as producing six top-five and 17 top-10 finishes.
Source: GMS Racing
Dec 6 - 4:39 PM




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