Silly Season

NASCAR 2022 driver and team updates

As the NASCAR Cup Series season winds down, we typically look forward to all the driver and team announcements. This year, however, has given new meaning to the name, “silly season.”

Movers and Shakers – 2021 driver and crew chief updates

As we anticipate another exciting season in NASCAR, here is your guide to partnerships continued and new alliances formed in preparation for the 2021 season. This list will be updated as new information becomes available.

Reasons Why 2018 Looks To Be A Stellar Year In NASCAR

It's easy to be negative about everything in NASCAR. If that statement is ever doubted, just take a look at the stands on any given race day. It's become so difficult to have a sellout race that some tracks like Atlanta and Charlotte are removing entire seating sections, and Loudon has even lost a race date.

More driver changes announced, several still unknown

This past week the NASCAR silly season still had a full head of steam. The major announcement this week was from Richard Childress Racing. RCR announced that Jeff Burton would not return as the driver of the No. 31 Caterpillar Chevrolet. Burton cited the fact that, “…. There was a lot of funding that wasn’t in place.” Later that same day, the team announced that Caterpillar would return for the 2014 season, though the number of races for the sponsor was not announced.

NASCAR Notebook – Silly Season is Apparently Over

It looks like the Daytona Pre-Season Thunder event pushed teams to make decisions on 2012. If you remember, David Ragan, David Reutimann, Kurt Busch, and Clint Bowyer were dismissed or left their rides following the 2011 season.

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