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A Joe Gibbs Racing plane hit a Stewart Haas Racing plane Sunday at Concord Regional Airport, a SHR spokesman said.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has struggled at the Brickyard 400 but enters it this year second in points, 12 behind Jeff Gordon.
With a fifth Brickyard 400 victory on the line Sunday, Jeff Gordon looked like the driver he was 20 years ago.
Chris Pratt has caught passes from Andrew Luck, sampled the spicy shrimp cocktail at St. Elmo's and driven the pace car at the Brickyard 400.
The RTA formed this month as an alliance of nine of NASCAR's top teams. Chairman Rob Kauffman met with other owners this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and says they are on board with the RTA.
The announcement Sunday was not unexpected. There has been talk for months that Edwards would be moving to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015 to drive a new fourth car for the Toyota team.
The confirmation by Roush officials Sunday that Edwards will not be back in the No.
She hoped it would help build relationships with others in the business community.
His name is Ben Rhodes, and, no, you've never heard of him. But a couple of weeks back, he was sharing a news conference with Ricky Craven, of whom a whole lot of NASCAR Nation has heard.
The season-long rivalry between Hendrick Motorsports and Team Penske heads into the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where Kevin Harvick will try to crash their party.
For a first time winner, Ty Dillon had the Brickyard's winning tradition down as cold as the celebratory beer he chugged outside his car.
Harvick was fastest in all three sessions of NASCAR's knockout qualifying, and bested Sprint Cup Series points leader Jeff Gordon for the top starting spot in Sunday's race.
There's a massive banner that drapes the grandstand containing Gordon's image with the years of his four Brickyard 400 victories listed.
Kimi Raikkonen has had little to celebrate in this Formula One season and an unsuccessful gamble in qualifying will likely extend his cheerless run.
Kenseth, who led the Sprint Cup Series last season with seven wins, remains without one this year, in a season where wins have become the de facto method of qualifying for the Chase.
The 17-year-old Jones, from Atlanta, took the lead during a late caution and easily held off Austin Wayne Self on the 0.686-mile track.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 03:06 am
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