Following NASCAR's announcement today regarding the partnership with Freescale Semiconductor and McLaren Electronic Systems to develop and integrate fuel injection systems into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Ty Dillon set the standard early, and made it stick. Dillon, an 18-year-old ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards rookie, drove a qualifying lap in 48.509 seconds (185.533 mph) to win the Menards Pole Award.
Turn One Racing, founded by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, Stacy Compton, arrived to GMP early this morning to test before Daytona. Drivers, Cole Whitt and Justin Marks tested the NASCAR Camping World trucks.
Cargill’s Blackwell Angus® beef brand expanded its sponsorship of Roush Fenway’s NASCAR Nationwide Series team with an eight-race commitment as the primary sponsor of the No. 6 Ford Mustang driver, Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Stefan Wilson has his sights set on the 2011 Firestone Indy Lights championship, which he proved during a test last weekend - February 5 and 6 - with Andretti Autosport at Firebird International Raceway.
NASCAR announced today that the sport will be going to fuel injection with the 2012 season being the targeted start time. Ford Racing got statements from Jamie Allison and Doug Yates regarding this change and what it means.