NASCAR

Glen Wood, co-founder of historic NASCAR team Wood Brothers Racing, has died at the age of 93. Wood was a four-time race winner in NASCAR’s top division, but is best known for creating Wood Brothers Racing – the category’s longest-running team – with siblings Leonard and Delano. A social media announcement from the team read:
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Kurt Busch has confirmed that he will not return to Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2019 NASCAR Cup series season, ahead of an expected move to Chip Ganassi Racing. The 2004 Cup champion’s departure from SHR was first reported in August by Autosport. Confirming his SHR exit on Twitter, Busch wrote: “I will miss everyone, especially
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Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has admitted 2018 was the “most difficult” season of his top-level career. This year is the first Johnson failed to win a race since joining the Cup field full-time in 2002, and he was eliminated from title contention at the first playoff cut-off race in a last-lap collision with
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Last year’s NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr says the now-closing Furniture Row Racing team made him a “superstar”. Truex narrowly missed out on back-to-back titles in a 15-lap shootout following a late caution at this year’s Homestead decider, with Penske’s Joey Logano sweeping past to take his first crown. Logano’s victory denied Truex
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New NASCAR Cup Series champion Joey Logano says he proved at Homestead that he was right to consider himself title favourite. The Penske Ford driver had proclaimed himself the championship favourite after making the final four following a last-lap clash at Martinsville with Martin Truex Jr. Fellow title contenders Truex and Kyle Busch both dismissed
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