It is not often people get a second chance at achieving their dreams, but in 2015 three-time-IndyCar champion, Sam Hornish Jr., will be one of the lucky ones as he returns to NASCAR’s top series. 1,146 more words
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(AP) – Sam Hornish Jr. has signed with Richard Petty Motorsports for a full-time ride in 2015.
The three-time IndyCar Series champion last completed a full NASCAR Sprint Cup season in 2010. 186 more words
Richard Petty Motorsports Signs Sam Hornish, Jr.
Former Indianapolis 500 Champion and NASCAR Winner to Drive No. 9 Ford
CONCORD, N.C. (October 8, 2014) – Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) announced today that three-time IndyCar Series Champion turned NASCAR winner, Sam Hornish, Jr. 420 more words
Sam Hornish Jr. has found his way back to a full-time ride in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
The three-time IndyCar Series champion and former Indianapolis 500 winner has had to make do with a part-time Nationwide Series drive at Joe Gibbs Racing this season after he and Team Penske parted ways following last year’s NNS campaign. 195 more words
A few weeks after making his Sprint Cup debut at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Corey Lajoie is now set for a four-race run in the Nationwide Series driving the No. 276 more words
As you’d figure, neither A.J. Allmendinger or Aric Almirola were happy after being eliminated from the Chase for the Sprint Cup yesterday at Dover International Speedway. 238 more words