Juan Pablo Montoya needed a change. Penske Racing needed a spark. Together, their goals are aligned: to derail the Ganassi IndyCar juggernaut.
Juan Pablo Montoya is turning laps in an Indy car again during his first official test with Penske Racing.
Juan Pablo Montoya is leaving NASCAR for a return to IndyCar, where he'll drive for Chip Ganassi rival Roger Penske.
The perfect winner Sunday following a week of too much noise? That would be Mr. Stealth himself, Sprint Cup championship leader -- and Power Rankings king -- Matt Kenseth.
Perhaps no businessman is more committed to racing than Roger Penske. Juan Pablo Montoya is coming back to IndyCar to drive for "The Captain," and make no mistake, this is all about business.
Matt Kenseth enters the Chase opener at Chicagoland as the championship points leader -- and No. 1 in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Is Kyle Larson ready for the Sprint Cup stage? Is he a qualified replacement for Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Target Chevrolet? Of course he is, writes Ed Hinton.
Kyle Busch locked up his spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship with his fourth victory of the year Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Matt Kenseth holds on to the top spot in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings, but Atlanta winner Kyle Busch is filling up his rearview.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has won the first Sprint Cup pole of his career at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kyle Larson has been tapped to replace Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 car at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.
Matt Kenseth's white-knuckle battle with Kasey Kahne got him a victory at Bristol. It also got him the top spot in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Matt Kenseth held off Kasey Kahne for 12 nerve-racking laps to hang on and win Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Michael Andretti is trying to find a sponsor to bring Juan Pablo Montoya back to IndyCar with Andretti Autosport.
Jimmie Johnson lost a motor Sunday at Michigan, but he didn't lose his grip on the top spot in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.
Earnhardt Ganassi Racing's decision not to re-sign Juan Pablo Montoya likely came down to two factors: lack of results on the track and the abundance of available talent.