Mark Martin drives the 55 car:
Miller lite is moving its #2 to Kurt's team mate Brad Keselowski. Pennzoil left RCR at the end of 2010 to join forces with Kurt and Penske Racing. Therefore Kurt had to take a number change. Everything changes fast. Can barely keep up with it.
There are 35 races in the olympics
Joe Gibbs Racing Team
Danica Patrick drives full-time in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing. She also drives a limited schedule in the Nationwide Series for Turner Scott Motorsports.
Talladega is the biggest track in the nascar circuit measuring in at 2.66 miles in distance.
1982 Budweiser 400 at Riverside
1982 Winston Western 500 at Riverside
1983 Like Cola 500 at Pocono
1984 Northwestern Bank 400 at North Wilkesboro
1986 Miller High Life 500 at Pocono
1986 Pepsi (Firecracker) 400 at Daytona
1986 Summer 500 at Pocono
1986 The Budweiser At The Glen at Watkins Glen
1986 Southern 500 at Darlington
1986 Wrangler Jeans Indigo 400 at Richmond
1986 Winston Western 500 at Riverside
1987 Miller High Life 500 at Pocono
1987 Budweiser 400 at Riverside
Pat Tryson is the crew chief for NASCAR driver David Reutimann and the #83 Burger King/Dr Pepper car.
A.J. Allmendinger's 2011 Nascar Sprint Cup Series pit crew:
Yes. Richard Petty first drove the #43 car in 1959 and it was his primary number throughout his career.
NASCAR has never had a Piston Cup in any of their series. They did have a Winston Cup and the last winner was Matt Kenseth.
Johnny Rutherford was the last driver to win a Cup Series race in his first start. On February 22, 1963, Rutherford won a Daytona 500 qualifying race, which at that time in the Nascar Grand National Series, was counted as a points-paying race.
Four drivers won in their first Cup Series start. Rutherford (1963), Marvin Burke (1951), Jack White (1949) and Jim Roper, who won the first ever Nascar race on June 19, 1949.
Dale Sr's Nascar wins at Talladega Superspeedway:
I believe Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson were better friends earlier in Jimmie's career. Jeff did encourage Jimmie to start driving full time in the Nascar Cup Series back in 2002 and is also a co-owner of the #48 car, along with Rick Hendrick. But as time passes and Jimmie keeps on winning more races and championships, you're starting to see Jeff's frustration mount more and more.
Rusty Wallace won a career high 10 races in the 1993 Nascar Cup Season.
Richard Petty was 21 years old when he started racing in the Nascar Grand National Series.
Yes. Danica Patrick drives the #10 GoDaddy.com Chevy full-time in the Sprint Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing.
She also drives the #34 GoDaddy.com Chevy for Turner Scott Motorsports in the Nascar Nationwide Series.
Currently, Bill Elliott drives the #21 car on a part time basis for Woods Brothers Racing.
Indy cars can accelerate from zero to 100 mph in less than three seconds and use up a gallon of gas in less then two miles.
The amount of money Joey Logano makes in one year depends on his race history. The ongoing income ranges from three million to about ten million a year. A hefty income.
The #28 car hasn't been used in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series since March 22, 2009. Yates Racing was the last team to use the #28. They have since merged with Richard Petty Motorports.
Kyle Petty won eight Nascar Cup Series races during his career.
Dale Jr. finished in 19th place, two laps down at Richmond on April 30, 2011. With roughly 100 laps remaining in the race, Junior's team decided not to pit for gas and went with track position hoping for a late caution. There would be no more cautions in the race, and he was forced to pit under green with 10 laps remaining, he was running in eighth place at the time.
The winner of a Nascar race earns 47 points and can receive a maximum of 48 points for the win.
Chad Johnston is the crew chief for NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. and the #56 NAPA Auto Parts car.