Chase Elliott and Danica Patrick transferred to the All-Star Race via a fan vote. Trevor Bayne, Greg Biffle and Kyle Larson won their respective segments in the Sprint Showdown Saturday afternoon to transfer into the evening's NASCAR...Show More Summary
Trevor Bayne, Greg Biffle and Kyle Larson earned berths in Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race by winning segments in the 2016 Sprint Showdown at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Bayne secured his spot with a terrific move after a late restart in the first segment. Show More Summary
Love it or hate it, Bristol was a day of many storylines. From drivers like Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth struggling through tire issues to underdogs like Matt DiBenedetto and Trevor Bayne seizing the moment for surprising finishes, Sunday’s Food City 500 had more twists and turns than the Tennessee mountains. Show More Summary
By AMANDA VINCENT The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series takes to the track at Bristol (Ten.) Motor Speedway Friday for its first practice in preparation for Sunday’s Food City 500, but the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing team of Trevor Bayne and the No. 2 Team Penske team of Brad Keselowski will have their practice times [...]
Who… gets my shoutout of the race? Sometimes taking a gamble is a team’s only hope of winning a race, but it’s certainly no guarantee. When the No. 6 team kept Trevor Bayne off sequence to gain track position, it resulted in Bayne leading...Show More Summary
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Roush Fenway Racing teammates Greg Biffle and Trevor Bayne will start in the back of the field in their Daytona 500 qualifying race Thursday. Both of their teams changed rear gears following issues Wednesday,...Show More Summary
Unsurprisingly, Roush Fenway Racing was optimistic about turning its fortunes around in 2016. Greg Biffle was the team's highest-ranking driver in 2015 at 20th in the points standings. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was 25th and Trevor Bayne was 29th. It was the first time since 1996 that Roush didn't have a win. Biffle has a new crew chief this season. Show More Summary
2011 never seemed so long ago. Back then, Tony Stewart was the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion. Jeff Burton and Mark Martin were still active drivers. Trevor Bayne – a rookie! – was the 2011 Daytona 500 winner, bringing Wood Bros. Racing’s famed No. 21 back to Victory Lane for the first time in a... The post 2015 NASCAR Rewind: Trevor Bayne appeared first on Frontstretch.
Your browser does not support iframes. NASCAR vice chairman Mike Helton said Sunday night that the sanctioning body has, so far, found no evidence that Kevin Harvick wrecked Trevor Bayne intentionally to end Sunday's race at Talladega. The race was on a green-white-checker attempt when Harvick and Bayne made contact. Show More Summary
ARCA PRESS RELEASE (LONG POND, Pa. – June 6, 2015) – Trevor Bayne joined an elite list of ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards drivers to win a pole and race in their first career start Saturday, winning both in conquering the Pocono ARCA 200. Bayne is a full-time competitor in the NASCAR Sprint Cup [...]
Desperate times call for desperate measures. That has been the story of Trevor Bayne thus far in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The 2011 Daytona 500 champion, in his first full-time season sits 31st in the championship standings entering Pocono Raceway. With a best finish of 18th (twice, Martinsville and Texas) Bayne has underperformed compared...
By AMANDA VINCENT NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Trevor Bayne and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Jennifer Jo Cobb were penalized by NASCAR, both for getting out of their racing vehicles and walking across the racing surface at Dover (Del.) International Speedway before being attended to by track safety crew members, according to a [...]
Trevor Bayne and Jennifer Jo Cobb were among five drivers among all three national NASCAR series to be penalized for infractions at Dover International Speedway last week. Both drivers were expected to be penalized on Wednesday for failing to stay within their vehicles after crashing out during competition at the Monster Mile. The behavioral infractions...
Trevor Bayne and Jennifer Jo Cobb didn’t follow NASCAR’s protocol of staying near their vehicles after crashes. NASCAR penalized two drivers, Trevor Bayne and Jennifer Jo Cobb, after they did not stay near their vehicles following accidents...Show More Summary
Trevor Bayne and Jennifer Jo Cobb will be supporting the NASCAR Foundation with fine payments from their actions at Dover. Both drivers got out of their vehicles at inappropriate times following crashes over the weekend. Cobb was fined...Show More Summary
NASCAR got a little sticky Sunday at the Talledega Superspeedway during a massive 15 car pile up after Trevor Bayne lost control of his number 6 car on Lap 47, taking several GEICO 500 favorites with him. “I haven’t seen it yet, butShow More Summary
TALLADEGA, Ala. - It's always a matter of When, not If, when you're talking wrecking at Talladega. On Sunday afternoon at the Geico 500, "When" came around at lap 47. Trevor Bayne lost control of his No. 6 Advocare Ford and set off a wreck that involved more than a third of the cars in the field. Show More Summary
Danica Patrick, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Kyle Larson were among those collected into a 14-car pileup in the early laps of Sunday's Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. The accident began on Lap 37 when Trevor Bayne, running eighth and positioned in the middle groove, broke loose and spun off Turn 2. Show More Summary
There have been some news-making driver moves during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “silly season” for 2015, the most notable of those being Carl Edwards’ move to Joe Gibbs Racing from Roush Fenway Racing to drive a fourth car at JGR. That move prompted RFR owner Jack Roush to move Trevor Bayne up to full-time [...]
The most notable change will see the pairing of Trevor Bayne with veteran crew chief Bob Osborne. A familiar face will return to the top of a Sprint Cup Series pit box in 2015, as Roush Fenway Racing named Bob Osborne crew chief of Trevor Bayne's No. Show More Summary