Who’s the Next Driver For the No. 55?

By Jordan Dodson

Mark Martin announced Tuesday that he will not drive the No. 55 in 2014 and expects the No. 55 to be occupied by a full-time driver. That opens the door for a full-time driver to take his place. But who will it be or who should it be? Continue reading

Sprint Cup Testing at Daytona Notes & Quotes


Notes-QuotesSCSLogo333x250With the Daytona’s Preseason Thunder Gen-Six testing underway there’s already a lot of enthusiasm from drivers, teams and fans!

The much anticipated testing of NASCAR‘s Generation-Six car at Daytona brings a rush of excitement and leaves everyone anxious for more as we contemplate the beginning of the season in February. In fact, the word of day has been “excitement,” from every corner of the NASCAR arena.

Notes & Quotes from Daytona offers fans, bits and quips of the sights and sounds from the World Center of Racing and Worthy of Note commentary to keep you in the loop with all the flurry of action and reactions from on and off the track. So stay tuned for updates for each day.  Continue reading

Michael Waltrip Attempting Daytona 500 With Unique Team

Michael Waltrip will be racing with Swan Racing for 2013 Daytona 500Photo - Swan Racing

Michael Waltrip will be racing with Swan Racing for 2013 Daytona 500
Photo – Swan Racing

Michael Waltrip will attempt the Daytona 500 in February. But it’s not with the team you would expect.

Waltrip will try to make the Daytona 500 field with Swan Racing in the No. 30. Swan Racing came under new ownership this past off-season and plans to run the full NASCAR season for the first time in the team’s history. David Stremme will remain with the team in 2013 but will have to sit out for the Daytona 500. Continue reading

Mark Martin: Why many may be questioning MWR signing

Mark Martin with Hendrick Motorsports

All eyes were on Mark Martin as it was made apparent he would not be back with Hendrick Motorsports in 2012.  A lot of people at first speculated that Mark Martin would be heading over to join Stewart Haas Racing, however that would not be the case.  Continue reading