Go Green Racing announced that Earnhardt will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut with GGR in the No. 32 Ford at Richmond International Speedway during the Federated Auto Parts 400, Go Green Racing PR reports.
NASCAR announced Wednesday night that Kyle Busch and Kenseth each will be docked 15 minutes of practice time next week at Darlington Raceway for inspection issues at Bristol Motor Speedway, NBC Sports reports.
Ragan said there are no regrets about leaving Front Row Motorsports because he wasn't guaranteed sponsorship for a full season. He would like to remain in the Sprint Cup Series but said he would consider a competitive ride in the Xfinity or Camping World Truck series, NBC Sports reports.
Effective Darlington Raceway weekend, Burton will be piloting the No. 23 Toyota with Joe Williams as crew chief and J.J. Yeley the No. 26 Toyota with Patrick Donahue as Crew Chief for the remainder of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season, BK Racing PR reports.
After bouncing up-and-down the running order Saturday night at Bristol, Earnhardt would make the late-race moves to secure a ninth-place finish in the IRWIN Tools Night Race, hendrickmotorsports.com reports.
Busch qualified the No. 18 Skittles Toyota in the second position at Bristol Motor Speedway and was fast from the outset as he assumed his first lead of the night on lap 27. After leading a race-high 192 laps, he would show tremendous resolve to earn an eighth-place finish in the IRWIN Tools Night Race, joegibbsracing.com reports.
Edwards started the No. 19 STANLEY Toyota in the third position at Bristol Motor Speedway and was able to hold a spot in the Top 5 through the opening green-flag run. Despite falling a lap down at one point, Edwards would manage to drive his way back inside the Top 10 over the final green-flag run to earn a seventh-place finish in the IRWIN Tools Night Race, joegibbsracing.com reports.