Spire Motorsports named Kevin “Bono” Manion as the interim crew chief for Ty Dillon, replacing Kevin Bellicourt.
Spire Motorsports and Gainbridge announced Wednesday a multi-year partnership that’ll begin this weekend at Atlanta and Mid-Ohio.
Ty Dillon will join Corey LaJoie at Spire Motorsports for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season, the team announced Tuesday, Oct. 18. Dillon, who drove this season for Petty-GMS Racing, … Continue Reading Ty Dillon to join Corey LaJoie at Spire Motorsports in 2023
STATESVILLE, N.C. — Petty-GMS announced Noah Gragson will drive their No. 42 Chevrolet full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, beginning in 2023. Noah Gragson will replace Ty Dillon, who announced … Continue Reading Noah Gragson named to the Petty-GMS #42 in 2023
Ty Dillon will not pilot the No. 42 Chevrolet for Petty GMS Racing in 2023, the team announced Friday, July 15. “Petty GMS and Ty Dillon have mutually agreed to … Continue Reading Ty Dillon not returning to Petty GMS in 2023
Parker Kligerman’s victory in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 150 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Saturday (July 9) has propelled the part-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver to a … Continue Reading Parker Kligerman tied for 46th on Truck Series wins list
BRISTOL, TENN. — Michael McDowell, Ty Dillon and Kyle Busch each had a big Sunday night in the Food City Dirt Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. McDowell and Dillon rounded … Continue Reading Ty Dillon, McDowell earn season-best runs, Busch solidifies place among greats at Bristol Dirt
LOS ANGELES – Erik Jones, Justin Haley and Cody Ware highlighted performance improvements for their respective teams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Jones headlined the group with a 4th-place … Continue Reading Jones, Haley, Ware highlight improvements for respective teams
As the Daytona 500 draws closer, more Daytona 500 plans are being announced, with three teams announcing driver plans Tuesday. Chip Ganassi Racing Chip Ganassi Racing announced Jamie McMurray as … Continue Reading McMurray, Cope highlight Daytona 500 entry announcements
Ty Dillon finished third in Sunday’s Yellawood 500 at Talladega, earning him the best finish of his NASCAR Cup Series career. Dillon started 28th and failed to earn stage points … Continue Reading Ty Dillon scores career-best finish at Talladega
In this edition, we will cover Richard Childress Racing and its close affiliate team, Germain Racing. We are aiming to have all previews done in time for February 16’s Daytona … Continue Reading 2020 NASCAR preview: RCR & Germain Racing
Five drivers finished the Coke Zero Sugar 400 Sunday (July 7) with career-high finishes in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The drivers — Justin Haley (1st), William Byron (2nd) … Continue Reading 5 drivers post career-high finishes at Daytona
FORT WORTH — Ty Dillon netted his highest qualifying effort in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Friday at Texas Motor Speedway. Posting a lap time of 28.956 seconds Friday … Continue Reading Ty Dillon nets career-high start
LAS VEGAS — NASCAR drivers from the top three national touring series hit the racetrack for the third triple-header weekend of the year this past weekend at Las Vegas … Continue Reading NASCAR drivers share favorite gambling story
Elliott Sadler’s bid for a victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was wiped away Monday in the Lilly Diabetes 250. While entering Turn 2 on lap 22, Ty Dillon apparently got … Continue Reading Elliott Sadler, Ty Dillon crash early in Xfinity race at Indianapolis
This Sunday’s running of the Big Machine Vodka Brickyard 400 will set the field for the 16-driver Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Fourteen drivers are already locked into the … Continue Reading 14 drivers can still make the playoffs