Landon Cassill Out At BK Racing

Landon Cassill will not return in the No. 83. Photo - FOX Sports

Landon Cassill will not return in the No. 83.
Photo – FOX Sports

Landon Cassill, driver of the No. 83, announced today that he will not be returning to BK Racing in 2013 after one full season with the new organization. Continue reading

NASCAR Nuggets from the Net – January 10, 2013

January 10, 2013

January 10, 2013

Today’s NASCAR Nuggets from the Net will focus on more silly season news to keep race fans up-to-date with the latest and greatest information available. 

There’s also, an interesting nugget about a new primetime reality TV show, showcasing a high level NASCAR exec, premiering this spring.

And of course any other interesting NASCAR news as it becomes available throughout the day.

Also just a reminder that fans can follow Daytona’s Preseason Thunder testing, today and throughout the weekend, online at from 9am-noon ET and at the SPEED channel on TV from 1-5pm ET. Continue reading

Future For Allmendinger

By Jordan Dodson

AJ Allmendinger has had his ups and downs this season, from suspension to making a comeback. So where will Allmendinger be in 2013?

AJ Allmendinger started the 2012 Sprint Cup season driving for a top owner in Roger Penske and that all changed when he got suspended by NASCAR for failing a random drug test in July. Allmendinger’s suspension ultimately led him to be let go by Penske Racing and starting NASCAR’s substance abuse rehab “Road to Recovery” program. In the process, Allmendinger has been on the path of reclaiming his passion and drive to be part of a Sprint Cup team again. Continue reading

Kurt Busch to Drive For Furniture Row Racing in 2013

By Jordan Dodson

Kurt Busch has officially announced his 2013 plans. Busch will drive for Furniture Row Racing in the No. 78 Chevrolet. This announcement comes during a frustrating season driving for Phoenix Racing. While driving for Phoenix Racing, Kurt Busch and the team have had many mechanical issues, pit stop issues and wrecks that have taken Busch out of contention of great finishes. Continue reading