Would Gordon trade his helmet for a headset after exiting his No. 24 Chevy after the 2015 Sprint Cup Season? The four-time series champion said Friday morning he would consider a career as a TV analyst in NASCAR after he leaves full-time competition this year, NBC Sports reports.
Veteran NASCAR driver, Hornaday, will be the primary driver of the No. 30 TMG Chevy for the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, starting at Daytona International Speedway, themotorsportsgroup.com reports.
Multiple sources have confirmed that Annett and his Pilot/Flying J sponsorship will jump from Tommy Baldwin Racing to the HScott Motorsports stable in 2015, running the entire 36-race championship schedule as a teammate to Justin Algaier, motorsports-soapbox.com reports.
The first NASCAR test of the 2015 season is scheduled to take place Monday when four Sprint Cup Series teams participate in a one-day Goodyear tire test at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The teams of Kurt Busch (Stewart-Haas Racing) and AJ Allmendinger will be on hand as representatives for Chevy; Kenseth is the Toyota entry while Brad Keselowski and his No. 2 Ford team will be on hand to round out the test teams and vehicles, NASCAR.com reports.
Kahne hopes to race a sprint car again after spending five nights this month wheeling one of the fastest cars on dirt. He certainly hopes it doesn't take another three years to run his next sprint-car race, sportingnews.com reports.
The long recovery process from a broken leg suffered in a dirt-track race in August 2013 continues for Stewart. He had a fourth surgery last month, and a fifth - and, he hopes, final - operation is scheduled after the 2015 Sprint Cup season to remove the titanium rod that supports the right leg, USA Today reports.