Good news, everyone: NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil’s Sprint Cup car, which was stolen from a hotel parking lot Friday morning, was found on Saturday, Team Xtreme Racing owner John Cohen confirmed to ESPN. Cohen credits the Gwinnett County police, who recovered the car northwest of Atlanta, near Loganville, Ga., but also gave a shoutout to […]
After several hours of searching, the strange saga of Travis Kvapil's stolen NASCAR Sprint Cup ride reached its conclusion early Saturday morning as the No. 44 car was recovered. The Team Xtreme Racing Chevrolet was stolen from a hotel parking lot in Morrow, Georgia early Friday morning, according to ESPN.com's Bob Pockrass. Show More Summary
Travis Kvapil was supposed to be driving the #44 at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. Instead, he's withdrawn from the race after thieves made off with his Sprint Cup car. Watch Kvapil's interview on Fox Sports 1 today above, and read Jalopnik's full story below. Read more...
The truck and trailer containing the number 44 Team Xtreme Sprint Cup race car driven by Travis Kvapil was stolen out of a Morrow, Georgia, Drury Inn parking lot where the team was spending the night. Read more...
Consider this a lesson learned: Never leave your Sprint Cup Series race car in a hotel parking lot. If you do, it might get stolen. That’s apparently what happened to NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil who tweeted out the unfortunate news Friday morning. Wow. Anyone near Atlanta find my stolen Cup car let me know! Unreal […]
Team Xtreme has withdrawn from Sunday's race at Atlanta after the No. 44 car Travis Kvapil was scheduled to drive was allegedly stolen from the parking lot of a hotel overnight Thursday. The team said the car was in a hauler attached to the back of a truck. Ok, to clarify. Show More Summary
Travis Kvapil was slated to drive the No. 44 Team Xtreme Racing Chevrolet in Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but the car was shockingly stolen Thursday night. According to ESPN.com's Bob Pockrass, a trailer...Show More Summary
Car theft is, unfortunately, common. Sprint Cup cars, though, are far from common. So imagine how rare it is when a NASCAR team wakes up and its car is gone. Continue reading Travis Kvapil tells Twitter his Sprint Cup car was stolenShow More Summary
Someone's in for a big surprise when they realize they've got Travis Kvapil's Sprint Cup racecar in tow, say Atlanta police
Jeff Gordon’s career comes full circle, so-to-speak, on Sunday. Sure, he still has most of the 2015 season left before he rides off into the sunset, but this weekend, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit heads to Atlanta Motor Speedway for race two of the 2015 season. AMS is where it all started for Gordon, [...]
A NASCAR Sprint Cup race car set to be driven by Travis Kvapil at this weekend's race at Atlanta Motor Speedway was stolen Thursday night along with its trailer from outside of the team's hotel in Georgia.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series usually steal the majority of headlines coming into a race weekend, but the Camping World Truck Series is making waves heading into the 2015 edition of the Atlanta Motor Speedway event. The Xfinity...Show More Summary
Welcome to Random Recaps, our new weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next. Here's how it works. Thanks to the box score data at Racing Reference, we know how many Sprint Cup Series races have been held at a track. Show More Summary
Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway will almost be like having a new race and new race track on the Sprint Cup schedule Atlanta used to have two races per season until 2010, when one of its races was taken away to make room for fellow Speedway Motorsports Inc. Show More Summary
With the Daytona 500 behind us but while Joey Logano ’s Coca-Cola is still sticky on Victory Lane, it’s time to look ahead to Atlanta as the circuit heads north for the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. No matter what Logano does for theShow More Summary
Joe Gibbs Racing could be looking to an established Sprint Cup Series driver to fill in for Kyle Busch. According to both NBC Sports and the Charlotte Observer, David Ragan is a possibility to drive the No. 18 in Busch's absence. Ragan currently drives for Front Row Motorsports in the No. Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Hampton, Georgia this week for the Quick Trips Folds of Honor 500. The Atlanta Motor Speedway is a rough, worn-out race track. The tires wear out quickly at Atlanta, forcing drivers to move...Show More Summary
Simply making the field of the 2015 Daytona 500 was a test for Danica Patrick. Despite fighting her way into the Great American Race with a backup car, the results simply weren't there Sunday. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver nearly missed out on making the Daytona 500 when she was wrecked by Denny Hamlin during the Budweiser Duels. Show More Summary
Thirty-two laps. That's exactly how many Dale Earnhardt Jr. led on Sunday during the 2015 Daytona 500. For 32 laps, the fans were on their feet in Daytona Beach as the No. 88 machine came roaring around the tri-oval at the top of the leaderboard. However, he couldn't quite turn that into a second straight victory. Show More Summary
Kyle Busch will miss a significant amount of time in his Sprint Cup series ride after suffering a injury in a ugly wreck n the Xfinity series race at Daytona.