Share: Joe Falk of Circle Sport and Curtis Key, Sr., of The Motorsports Group announced today that it will combine resources and participate in the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The team will be led by Circle Sport owner, Joe Falk, utilizing manufacturer Chevrolet and participate in the full 2017 season under the No. 33.
Share: DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Jeff Gordon doesn’t just pay attention to details. He’s a details hound – meticulous, precise – even for a guy who’s retired. “I never said I was retiring,” Gordon said. That was a big detail to remember Friday as Gordon drove a sleek, new Cadillac prototype on a sun-drenched Daytona
Share: This week the NASCAR Hall of Fame is unveiling a third complete transformation of one of its signature exhibits, “Glory Road,” with a new theme—ICONS. The next generation of this exhibit will open to the public on Saturday, Jan. 7, featuring a lineup of new vehicles that represent some of NASCAR’s most recognizable race
Share: Texas Motor Speedway will begin a major capital improvement project Monday consisting of a complete repave, construction of an extensive drainage system and a re-profiling of the 1.5-mile oval configuration at the facility that annually plays host to NASCAR and IndyCar events. The renovation will add a new layer of asphalt over the existing
Share: We’re almost a week into 2017 and the expiration date for wishing folks a Happy New Year is fast approaching. So while the turn of the calendar page is still fresh, Pete Pistone presents resolutions for a number of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup teams:Hendrick Motorsports The reigning championship team has a couple of things on