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Jeb Burton to drive for BK Racing in 2015

Jeb Burton has a Sprint Cup Series ride. The 22-year-old son of Ward Burton will drive the No. 26 for BK Racing in 2015. "We are very lucky to have a great, young talented driver like Jeb Burton in one of our NASCAR Sprint Cup cars," BK Racing co-owner Anthony Marlowe told Show More Summary

Annett moves to HScott Motorsports; Yeley to drive No. 83 for BK Racing

Michael Annett has a new team in 2015. HScott Motorsports announced today that Annett would be a teammate to Justin Allgaier in 2015. Allgaier drove the No. 51 for the team in 2014, its first season of Sprint Cup Series competition.Show More Summary

Cole Whitt to drive full-time for Front Row in 2015

Front Row Motorsports announced Friday that Cole Whitt would drive the No. 35 car in the Sprint Cup Series in 2015. Whitt will have sponsorship from Speed Stick in 10 races but will run the full season. He drove in 2014 for BK Racing and Swan Racing. "This is an exciting time for Front Row Motorsports," FRM owner Bob Jenkins said in a statement. Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: Cats Coming Back To Broadway

A Christmas tree tumbles in BK, a haunted well in SoHo, a homemade race car, undiscovered Egyptian tomb, Bono's arm and more day's end links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

BK Racing co-owner apologizes for Cole Whitt tweet

BK Racing minority owner Anthony Marlowe apologized for a tweet he made about Cole Whitt, who drove for the team in 2014. Marlowe referenced Whitt driving the No. 34 for Front Row next season. David Ragan drove the No. 34 in 2014 and won in the car last year at Talladega. Show More Summary

NASCAR Silly Season for 2015 gets confusing

So who’s going to be where in 2015? Specifically, where will Cole Whitt and David Ragan be, and who, exactly, will be driving the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports Ford in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2015? BK Racing co-owner Anthony Marlowe opened up a can of “silly season” worms, of sorts, Tuesday night [...]

Ryan Truex's future in doubt at BK Racing

Rookie Ryan Truex will likely not finish the season with BK Racing. He's being replaced in the driver's seat for a second straight week when NASCAR hits the track at Dover. For the second consecutive week Ryan Truex will not drive the No. Show More Summary

Will Cole Whitt Succeed with BK Racing?

With the recent disbanding of Swan Racing, Sprint Cup rookies Parker Kligerman and Cole Whitt were the most affected by the breakup. But while Kligerman 's Sprint Cup future isn't certain, Whitt 's No. 26 Toyota along with Whitt himself...Show More Summary

Swan Racing owner: ‘It stopped being fun for me’

Swan Racing is no longer, as the NASCAR team closed its doors Wednesday. Cole Whitt moves to BK Racing, while Parker Kligerman is without a ride. Be it a shortage of sponsorship, overly ambitious expansion plans, or devoid of the necessary...Show More Summary

BK Racing will field cars for Alex Bowman and Ryan Truex in 2014

BK Racing will have two different drivers in 2014. Alex Bowman and Ryan Truex will be the team's two drivers in 2014. Last season, David Reutimann and Travis Kvapil drove for the team. BK parted ways with Reutimann in January. Kvapil's...Show More Summary

Travis Kvapil ‘Embarrassed’ About Arrest, Still Racing This Weekend

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Travis Kvapil is “embarrassed” about his arrest earlier this week for alleged domestic violence. Despite the charges against him, Kvapil will still race the No. 83 BK Racing car at Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend. Show More Summary

Travis Kvapil will drive No. 93 car as scheduled this weekend following arrest

Travis Kvapil's driving duties will be unchanged after his Tuesday evening arrest. BK Racing says that it's standing by its driver after he was arrested and charged with assault and false imprisonment. From Fox Sports: “After discussions...Show More Summary

Travis Kvapil Arrested On Domestic Violence Charges

NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil was arrested on domestic violence charges on Tuesday night after a 911 call directed police officers to his home in Mooresville, North Carolina. Kvapil, who drives the No. 93 BK Racing Sprint Cup car, was charged with assault on a female and false imprisonment, according to the Mooresville Police Department. Show More Summary

Kvapil Arrested, Charged With Assault, Imprisonment

The “Mooresville Tribune is reporting”: that Travis Kvapil, driver of the No. 93 Burger King/Dr. Pepper Toyota for BK Racing, was arrested Tuesday...Show More Summary

NASCAR: Landon Cassill Sues BK Racing ; Claims They Sabatoged Him

Well it's not everyday that Landon Cassill is making headlines in the world of NASCAR. Cassill recently filed a lawsuit against his former team, BK Racing. Cassill raced for the team for the entire 2012 season. He did not earn a single win, top-five or top-10 last season. Show More Summary

Landon Cassill not returning to BK Racing in 2013

Landon Cassill won't be returning to BK Racing in 2013. Last season, Cassill drove for the team full-time -- his first full season in the Sprint Cup Series -- and finished 31st in the points standings. From USA Today: "We couldn't work it out," Cassill told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Collins, Lyric Cook-Morrissey: Missing Iowa girls get NASCAR drivers' attention

3 years agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Cars driven by BK Racing teammates Landon Cassill and Travis Kvapil will feature photos of the girls at the Pennsylvania 400 at Pocono Raceway on Sunday

Beyond the Cockpit: Kvapil On Progression, Perseverance, And Putting Family First [1]

Travis Kvapil is one of several drivers in the NASCAR ranks to race his way from the short tracks of the Midwest to the upper echelons of NASCAR. The 2003 Camping World Truck Series champion is a veteran presence with the upstart BKShow More Summary

83 Team On a Roll - Cassill Optimistic about Dover after Team-Best at Charlotte

Statesville, N.C. (May 29, 2012) - The No. 83 BK Racing team has been on a roll. In three of the last four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) points events, the organization has finished 26th or better. Landon Cassill, driver of the Burger...Show More Summary

No Points at Stake, Cassill Prepared for All-Out Dash

Driver Ready for Non-Points Event Statesville, N.C. (May 16, 2012) - The Sprint Showdown will be BK Racing's first taste of non-points racing. Landon Cassill, driver of the Burger King/Dr Pepper Toyota, has fought to keep his No. 83 team inside the top-35 of the owner point standings since the squad's formation in February. Show More Summary

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