Michael Andretti on off-road electric vehicle team
Dale Earnhardt Jr. just crossed the finish line. The semi-retired NASCAR star sold his house in Key West, Fla., for $3 million, the listing brokerage told The New York Post.
Jimmie Johnson will be driving a Carvana-sponsored car for Chip Ganassi Racing in the IndyCar series in 2021. The seven-time NASCAR champion will compete in 13 road and street course races.
Jordan previously owned a motorcycle racing team that competed in the AMA Pro Superbike series.
Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series will revert to previous name.
Within the last few months, Wallace has signed sponsorship deals with Apple-owned Beats by Dre headphones, DoorDash and Columbia Sportswear.
“There is no truth to that rumor at all,” Jordan’s longtime spokesperson, Estee Portnoy, told FOX Business.
“It’s either those tires or no tires," a Go Fas Racing executive told FOX Business.
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Owner Bob Leavine said the economic situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic has put his construction business at risk, which is the team’s primary sponsor.
A Florida home belonging to auto racing legend and NASCAR Hall-of-Famer Richard Childress is on the market for $1.295 million.
The protocol applies to all three of NASCAR’s racing circuits, including the top-tier Cup Series.
Beats by Dre’s athlete endorsers include Colin Kaepernick, LeBron James, Odell Beckham Jr. and Serena Williams.
The president was also critical of NASCAR’s decision last month to ban the Confederate flag at its events.
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Bubba Wallace, the NASCAR Cup Series only black driver, was crucial to getting a ban on the Confederate battle flag at racing events. His team later found a noose at a speedway garage, but he wasn't targeted, according to the FBI.
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The rope was found in Wallace’s garage at the Talladega Speedway last month and was initially believed to be an act of intimidation against NASCAR’s only black driver.
Seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to test positive for coronavirus Friday.