After finishing runner-up three different times there in his career (2003, 2005, 2008), Kurt Busch finally captured his first Daytona 500 in Sunday’s 59th edition of the “Great American Race.” 141 more words
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AJ Allmendinger is one of the notable drivers absent from this year’s Rolex 24 at Daytona, after being a regular in the race for the better part of the last decade. 369 more words
While Carl Edwards will start Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 from the pole at Sonoma Raceway, he’ll be in pit stall No. 11 and have an opening in front. 77 more words
Win and you’re in.
That’s the ticket to the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup – and a phrase AJ Allmendinger knows as well as anyone. 364 more words
A.J. Allmendinger returns to his hometown track of Sonoma Raceway this weekend with the same winner’s confidence but a much different championship attitude.
After virtually needing a victory to qualify for the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup, the JTG Daugherty Racing driver said on this week’s NASCAR on NBC podcast that his No. 523 more words
Low downforce. Low downforce. Low. Down. Force.
Dear NASCAR, I cannot say it enough. Low. Down. Force.
The bigwigs from the NASCAR R+D center pegged this past weekend at Michigan and another three weeks out at Kentucky as the tracks to experiment with a different aero package. 1,770 more words