Matt DiBenedetto has been signed to drive the No. 32 Go Fas Racing Ford next year in NASCAR’s premier series.
Following a test session Wednesday afternoon at Darlington Raceway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been medically cleared to resume NASCAR competition after making a full recovery from a concussion.
In the wake of NASCAR’s new deal with Monster Energy as title sponsor of it’s premier series, 5-Hour Energy’s role in the new-look division is unclear as they race towards the 2017 season.
The long-rumored was made official on Thursday during Champion’s Week in Las Vegas, as NASCAR announced that Monster Energy will take over from Sprint as title sponsor of the sanctioning body’s premier stock car series in 2017.
Roush Fenway Racing announced a partnership with Liberty National Life Insurance Company on Wednesday, with the health and life insurance company set to serve as a primary team partner on Trevor Bayne’s No. 6 Ford Fusion in 2017.
JTG-Daugherty Racing will add a second car in NASCAR’s premier series for the 2017 season, with Chris Buescher set to drive as a teammate to A.J. Allmendinger next year.
Roush Fenway Racing has announced it will shrink to a two-car operation for the 2017 NASCAR Premier Series season.
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Hendrick Motorsports and sponsor Nationwide Insurance unveiled the new-look No. 88 Nationwide Chevrolet on Tuesday, ahead of Earnhardt’s anticipated return to NASCAR Premier Series competition in 2017.