World Wide Technology will sponsor Darrell Wallace Jr.’s No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Chevrolet for six races as part of a partnership with the team, it was announced Tuesday. 163 more words
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According to Darrell Wallace Jr.’s birth certificate, Talladega Superspeedway is his home track.
Wallace, who lived in Mobile, Alabama, until he was 2, will make his first Cup start at the 2.66-mile track in Sunday’s GEICO 500. 468 more words
Darrell Wallace Jr. gave fans his “raw” response to the Food City 500 that saw the rookie driver lead the first laps of his Cup career, but finish 16th after falling off in the closing laps at Bristol Motor Speedway. 379 more words
Next month many items from the historic career of Richard Petty will be auctioned off in Las Vegas, including multiple cars and trophies.
Now a more recent piece of Petty history has been added to the docket. 155 more words
Photo by: Sean Gardner
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returned from the holiday off weekend to frigid temperatures in Fort Worth, Texas.
One veteran avoided multiple wrecks and came from behind to earn his best finish since May of 2017, while another found Victory Lane. 629 more words
After taking the checkered flag in Sunday’s Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway, Darrell Wallace Jr. gave crew chief Drew Blickensderfer a reassuring message.
Wallace joked that he shouldn’t listen to the Twitter “trolls.” Blickensderfer still had a job for another week. 404 more words
By Ryan Isley
Let’s play a game.
I will give you 10 chances to guess which driver in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is the only one to finish in the top-15 in each of the season’s first six races. 1,095 more words