Monster Energy Cup

  1. Friends

      “Have a good day friend,” the words Tony Stewart hears each race from high above the race track. “You too friend,” Tony replies. The man behind that calming voice is Tony’s long time spotter Bob Jeffrey. Jeffrey is part cheerleader, psychologist, deal maker, but most importantly Tony’s second pair of eyes. Jeffrey can be… Continue Reading »
  2. Stewart-Haas Triple Threat

    Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, and Danica Patrick drove similar Mobile 1 color schemes making it a little difficult to tell them apart during the Pennsylvania 400 on Monday. Add dense fog and rain to the mix and forget about it. Kurt, Kevin, and Tony are a threat to win week in and week out. This… Continue Reading »
  3. Ryan Newman Takes a Hit In Points

    Images Courtesy of RCR Ryan Newman took a hit in the points standings on Sunday after being involved in two late-race incidents. Ryan started 6th and finished 31st in the ‘The Combat Wounded Coalition 400’. Ryan reported to Luke Lambert that the car was bad in the dirty air. Despite these handling issues Ryan raced… Continue Reading »
  4. Joe Gibbs Racing Announces Changes to Pit Crew Management

    Matt Osborn In Charge of Pit Crew Operations Former Athletic Director Mike Lepp Accepts New Role with Organization   Huntersville, NC (July 13, 2016) – Joe Gibbs Racing announces changes to the management structure of its pit crews with Matt Osborn now in charge of day-to-day operations and former athletic director Mike Lepp assuming new duties within… Continue Reading »
  5. Was Kentucky a Sign of the New Nascar?

    Let’s face it, the race Saturday night was different that the normal Nascar Sprint Cup show.  The entire weekend had a very unique feel to it, the anticipation of the new pavement, the new track configuration with two very distinct ends of the track, and lets not forget that new aero package we all want… Continue Reading »