Front Row Motorsports

First Cup Pocono race features unique top-15 notables

The first Cup Pocono doubleheader featured six competitors earning top-15 results following a late pit strategy.

Todd Gilliland NGROTS Advance: Las Vegas Motor Speedway

No. 38 Speedco Ford F-150, Todd Gilliland Track: Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 1.5-mile oval Race: 2 of 23 Event: Strat 200 (201 miles, 134 laps) Schedule:     Friday,...

Nemechek’s addition to Front Row Motorsports a boon for both driver and organization

As it turns out, John Hunter Nemechek's stint as a substitute driver for Front Row Motorsports turned out to be a tryout for a...

Despite rumors, Nemechek to Front Row Motorsports could be needed change for entire organization

With the Cup Series returning to Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, one of the biggest headlines heading into Sunday's AAA Texas 500 is the...

FRM Race Preview: Watkins Glen

“I always love going to Watkins Glen - and any road course, for that matter. It's one of my favorite tracks to race at. You've got to be smart about your restarts and braking zones.

The View From My Recliner: Pre-Clash Edition

After taking the holidays to recharge and fight this never ending cold, it's time to park myself in the recliner and share my view of what is going on in the world of NASCAR.

Four Gears: Chris Buescher, crew chief swaps, road courses and ‘ringers’

Time to cycle through the transmission for this week's edition of Four Gears.

Buescher’s Pocono Win Won’t Be Last

Given time, Buescher will grow as a driver, be it with FRM or RFR. Either way, he'll post more results as he matures, and he will be a Sprint Cup winner again. It's too early to gauge when he'll become an actual Cup title contender, but that day could very well come.

Chris Buescher Pays Tribute To Dad

It may be an off-weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but for Chris Buescher, driver of the No. 34 Ford Fusion for Front Row Motorsports, it is a special one as he pays tribute to his dad for Father’s Day.

NASCAR BTS: Landon Cassill’s Big Ride

Finishing top-20 in a grueling race at the Monster Mile on Sunday apparently was not enough for Landon Cassill. The driver of the No. 38 MDS Transport Ford for Front Row Motorsports, along with fellow competitors Jimmie Johnson and Josh Wise, took to another track on Monday, participating in a 102.7-mile bike race.

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