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Report: Brian Vickers lined up to replace Tony Stewart at Daytona

Stewart-Haas Racing has reportedly found Tony Stewart's replacement. For Daytona, anyway. According to the Associated Press, Brian Vickers will replace Stewart at the 2.5-mile oval. However, that replacement is contingent on Vickers being medically cleared to race for Stewart. Show More Summary

Brian Vickers Reportedly Will Replace Injured Tony Stewart at Daytona

Tony Stewart is recovering from a fractured vertebra, so Brian Vickers will reportedly take his place in the Sprint Unlimited race at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday. The Associated Press' Jenna Fryer reported on the expected...Show More Summary

Stanton Barrett to pilot Rick Ware Racing entry at Daytona

Rick Ware Racing will kick off its 25th anniversary by putting Stanton Barrett behind the wheel of its No. 15 NASCAR Xfinity Series entry for the series season-opener at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Feb. 20. The 2016 season also just happens to be Barrett’s 25th of competing at least part-time in the Xfinity Series. [...]

New developmental team hires Brandon Jones for NASCAR Truck, ARCA races

MDM-Hillman Racing has partnered with Lorin Ranier to form Ranier Racing with MDM, a developmental team that plans to field entries in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and ARCA Racing Series in 2016. Driver Brandon Jones has signed on to drive for the team in select Truck Series and [...]

Former sports car owner/driver charged in payday lending scheme

Scott Tucker, who won a class title in the 2014 Rolex 24 as an owner and driver, faces federal indictments in a payday lending scheme. Outside of the debatable ethics involved in payday lending, Tucker's business practices have been under scrutiny for some time. Show More Summary

Bobby Labonte back with Joe Gibbs Racing for Daytona Xfinity race

Bobby Labonte is driving for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2016. The team announced Wednesday that the 2000 Sprint Cup Series champion would drive for the team in the season-opening Xfinity race at Daytona International Speedway. Labonte will be behind the wheel of the No. Show More Summary

Explaining NASCAR's new charter system

After the Tuesday announcement of NASCAR's new charter system, you likely have questions about it. And since we're all about the people here at From the Marbles, we have some answers. Hopefully. Below is a list of questions regarding...Show More Summary

Fernando Alonso and Formula 1's Worst Career Moves

By moving from Ferrari to McLaren, Fernando Alonso might have made a terrible career move. If he has, he'll be in good company — Formula One history is filled with tales of drivers who ended up at the wrong team at the wrong time. The most recent standout example is, unfortunately, Alonso himself. Show More Summary

Wehrlein to use number 94 in Formula 1

Manor's Pascal Wehrlein will use #94 as his permanent race number in Formula 1. Wehrlein, whose Formula 1 graduation was…

Reed Sorenson gets Daytona 500 ride with Hillman Racing

By AMANDA VINCENT Reed Sorenson has a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series ride, at least for the Feb. 21 running of the Daytona 500 series season-opener at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Even though a press release and published reports in January had Hillman Racing being absorbed into Premium Motorsports, Hillman Racing distributed a press release on [...]

Background: Who is Pascal Wehrlein?

Pascal Wehrlein becomes the second rookie on the Formula 1 grid for the 2016 season after confirmation of his deal with Manor…

Frontstretch 5: Things You Need to Know About the NASCAR Charter System

1. It will make very little difference to the racing you see. While the Sprint Cup field will now be comprised of 40 cars instead of 43, thanks to the charter announcement, the impact on the actual racing will be minimal, at least in the short term. Show More Summary

NASCAR Announces Charter System for Sprint Cup Series

It’s official: NASCAR will implement a five-year charter agreement with Sprint Cup team owners that reduces the race field from 43 to 40 cars and guarantee starting positions for chartered teams in every race. NASCAR will award 36 charters...Show More Summary

German Wehrlein gets Manor drive

DTM German Touring Car champion Pascal Wehrlein is to drive for Manor in 2016.

Manor tips Wehrlein to make 'big impact'

Pascal Wehrlein has the talent to make a "big impact" with Manor Racing during his debut season in Formula 1, according to the…

Manor confirms Wehrlein for 2016 season

Manor Racing has confirmed that DTM champion Pascal Wehrlein will make his Formula 1 debut with the squad in 2016, meaning…

Video: Red Bull drivers spur a stampede

Red Bull duo Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat spur a stampede in this video for clothing partner Puma.

Redding: 2016 'make or break' year

Pramac rider Scott Redding has described 2016 as a "make or break" year for his future in MotoGP, as the Briton prepares for a…

'Wehrlein secures F1 seat with Manor'

DTM champion Pascal Wehrlein has landed a seat at Manor for the 2016 season, with a deal to be announced shortly, according to…

Why the New Charter System Is a Win-Win for NASCAR and Its Race-Team Owners

For nearly 68 years, it’s been NASCAR’s way or the highway. Tuesday, the sport took perhaps its most significant detour ever when a revolutionary new system—known as a charter system—had been agreed upon by NASCAR officials and teamShow More Summary

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