By Toby Christie, Editor — Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie
We have heard a lot about the illegal spoiler that was on Stewart-Haas Racing’s race-winning No. 4 Ford Fusion in last week’s AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. NASCAR’s Scott Miller has weighed in on it, everyone has formed an opinion about it one way or the other, but one thing we haven’t gotten is the crew chief’s thoughts.
Friday, while serving the first of his two week suspension from the race track, Rodney Childers sought to squash the endless speculation and opinions about the infraction as he opened up about the spoiler that spoiled the end of his season. Continue reading “Rodney Childers Opens up on Spoiler Infraction on Twitter”
By Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on Twitter @Toby_Christie
A year ago, Stewart-Haas Racing went through the daunting task of swapping the manufacturer of their four-car Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series organization from Chevrolet to Ford. It was a move that had the usually potent championship contending team staggering for much of the 2017 season.
The team captured just three victories, and even though Kevin Harvick worked his way into the Championship 4 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, it just felt like a lost season as Furniture Row Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. burned the ground down following his first-career Cup Series title celebration.
Now, in 2018, things have done a total 180-degree turn for the four-car SHR team.
Continue reading “A Year After Swap to Ford, Things Are Clicking For Stewart-Haas Racing”
By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service
For so many longtime NASCAR fans, Kevin Harvick’s maiden win at Atlanta Motor Speedway in 2001 was memorable for the context he scored it in. It was only Harvick’s third start after suddenly being asked to drive Richard Childress Racing’s Chevrolet after Childress’ driver — the great seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt — perished on the final lap of the season-opening Daytona 500.
Continue reading “Atlanta Holds Strong Memories For Harvick”
By: Toby Christie, Editor – Follow on twitter @Toby_Christie
FORT WORTH, Texas — Kurt Busch rocketed to the pole for Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway with a lap that broke a track record and was just shy of a 201 mile-per-hour average.
Busch, 39, was excited to come out on top on an exhilarating day where top speeds were enough to make mortals tinkle in their pants, but interestingly in his post-qualifying press conference, Busch seemed to have one thing on his mind — his pending contract negotiation with his current team Stewart-Haas Racing.
Continue reading “Kurt Busch Wins Texas Pole, But Contract Negotiations on His Mind”
July 25, 2016
NASCAR Wire Service
Stewart-Haas Racing announced Monday it will field a full-time, single-car NASCAR XFINITY Series team in 2017. Continue reading “Stewart-Haas Racing to field NASCAR XFINITY Series team starting in 2017”