NASCAR team owner and manufacturing tycoon Gene Haas is set to enter Formula One next year. His team, Haas Formula, will be based in Kannapolis, North Carolina, making it the only F1 constructor outside Europe. Ferrari and Toro Rosso...Show More Summary
Okay, I’ll start off by saying that I’m willing to be the first to admit that I was wrong about that decision by Chip Ganassi to move Kyle Larson up to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for 2014 to replace the departed Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Chevrolet. Soon after the announcement was [...]
When Chip Ganassi chose Kyle Larson to replace Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Target Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, it likely resulted in a number of raised eyebrows. Here was a 21-year-old kid from Northern California,...Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya was back on track this week testing at Sonoma Raceway as he gears up for his return to IndyCar in 2014.
Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. It may be our final time to reminisce about the jet dryer incident. Oh heck, no it won't. Show More Summary
Former Indianapolis 500, F1 and NASCAR race winner Juan Pablo Montoya completed his first laps with Team Penske on Monday at Sebring International Raceway.
The IRS wants some cash from Juan Pablo Montoya. Cash that it says he didn't report on his income taxes. The report from Forbes says that Montoya has admitted to having $800,000 more in receipts and items that he didn't report, but that...Show More Summary
IRS says he under-reported taxable income by a total of $7 million in 2007 and 2008. Fellow Penske racer Helio Castroneves should be able to sympathize.
The first NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Dover was one of the best of the season as Tony Stewart made the winning pass on Juan Pablo Montoya with three laps to go, for what will be Stewart’s only win of the season. He won’t have a chanceShow More Summary
Formula One race winner Juan Pablo Montoya is heading to IndyCar after more than six years racing in NASCAR. At 37, the Colombian is likely to be past the peak of his powers. So there is an automatic suggestion that by choosing IndyCar...Show More Summary
What started as a casual pit lane conversation between Penske Racing president Tim Cindric and Juan Pablo Montoya, has blossomed into the return of Team Penske’s third full-time IZOD IndyCar Series entry. Montoya, the 1999 CART champion and 2000 Indianapolis 500 winner, will drive the No. 2 Team Penske Chevrolet for the full 2014 season [...]
There are many drivers that have distinguished themselves in one form of motorsport or another, but only a handful that have won races in as many different series as Juan Pablo Montoya. After taking the International Formula 3000 championship,...Show More Summary
On Monday morning, Team Penske announced in a press release that the organization has signed current Sprint Cup Series Juan Pablo Montoya to drive a third full-time entry full-time in the Izod IndyCar Series. Montoya’s car will be the No. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya is moving back to open-wheel racing and it's with a familiar NASCAR face. Montoya will drive the No. 2 car for Team Penske next year in the IndyCar Series. That's the car that AJ Allmendinger drove part time for Penske this year. “I am really excited to join this legendary team beginning next year,” Montoya said in a release. Show More Summary
Juan Pablo Montoya will return to IndyCar with Penske next season, the team confirmed on Monday. The ex-Formula 1 driver has competed in NASCAR for the past six and a half seasons, but has now parted ways with Earnhardt Ganassi Raci...
(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) — Juan Pablo Montoya is leaving NASCAR for a return to IndyCar, where he’ll drive for Chip Ganassi rival Roger Penske. The Colombian has agreed to join Team Penske next season as a teammate to current IndyCar points leader Helio Castroneves and Will Power. Show More Summary
JUAN PABLO MONTOYA, NO. 42 TARGET/KRAFT CHEVROLET SS – QUALIFIED THIRD ON HIS LAP: “It was close got tight in (turns) three and four and had to bail a little bit out of the gas, but gave it a good go. Our Target Chevy has been pretty good so I’m pretty excited.” KASEY KAHNE, [...]
POS driver Car # Make 1 Joey Logano 22 Ford 2 Brad Keselowski 2 Ford 3 Juan Pablo Montoya 42 Chevrolet 4 Kasey Kahne 5 Chevrolet 5 Ricky Stenhouse Jr 17 Ford 6 Jeff Gordon 24 Chevrolet 7 Greg Biffle 16 Ford 8 Carl Edwards 99 Ford 9 Jimmie Johnson 48 Chevrolet 10 Matt Kenseth [...]
Michael Andretti is still working hard to bring Juan Pablo Montoya to his eponymous IndyCar team for 2014, with America's Racer magazine suggesting that significant progress has been made in finding the budget required to field the Columbian.