THOMASVILLE, N.C. – On the heels of their first full season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS), Thomasville, N.C.-based Rick Ware Racing (RWR) is already full steam ahead to prepare for next season, kicking off with the prestigious Daytona 500 on Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019. Continue reading “Rick Ware Racing Announces 2019 Plans”
Leavine Family Racing announces it has signed Matt DiBenedetto to a two year contract and the team will switch from Chevrolet to Toyota starting in 2019. The move to Toyota also includes technical support from Joe Gibbs Racing. It will be a two year contract with Toyota with a third year option. In addition, the team announces that Regan Smith will drive for the team through the end of the season as replacement for Kasey Kahne.
Kasey Kahne announces that he has not been medically cleared to return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2018. Kahne, suffering from extreme heat exhaustion, will be retiring at year’s end and this effectively ends his 15-year Cup career. Continue reading “Kahne Not Medically Cleared To Return In 2018”
The 2018 edition of NASCAR Silly Season is not disappointing with the number of far fetching rumors that have actually found out to be true. There are still a lot of open seats and plenty of drivers trying to get their plans in line for 2019 and beyond. Here’s a quick look at some of the openings out there and what is rumored to be happening. Continue reading “Silly Season Is Kicking Up A Gear”
Leavine Family Racing announces that Kasey Kahne will sit out an additional three races as he recovers from extreme dehydration. Those races are this weekend’s event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the next weekend at Richmond Raceway, and Charlotte Motor Speedway after that. As with at Indianapolis, Regan Smith will drive in place of Kahne. Continue reading “Kahne Out Three More Races”
CONCORD, N.C. – Kasey Kahne, driver of the No. 95 Chevrolet for Leavine Family Racing, will not compete in this weekend’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series events at Indianapolis Motor Speedway due to lingering effects from extreme heat exhaustion following last weekend’s events at Darlington Raceway. Continue reading “Kahne To Miss Indianapolis”