The president and general manager of Toyota Racing Development will retire at the end of the 2013 season and step away from his daily duties immediately due to family health care needs.
Unlikely hero David Ragan likely wouldn't have won Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway were it not for Air Titan.
The president of Joe Gibbs Racing does not believe Joey Logano's motive was to keep Denny Hamlin from winning when the two wrecked on the last lap of Sunday's Sprint Cup race at California's Auto Club Speedway.
Elliott Sadler will drive a full Nationwide Series schedule for Joe Gibbs Racings in 2013, team president J.D. Gibbs confirmed on Monday.
The president of Joe Gibbs Racing is optimistic the organization will sign Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch to an extension.
Kyle Busch has apologized to Toyota Racing Development for comments made about TRD engines following Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Dover.
Joe Gibbs Racing hopes to get Kyle Busch's contract extended well before it expires after the 2013 season.
Suspended Sprint Cup driver AJ Allmendinger tested positive for amphetamines, his business manager confirmed Wednesday.
The president of Penske Racing isn't ready to say the Sprint Cup career of suspended driver AJ Allmendinger is done as one of his others drivers implied.
Joe Gibbs Racing, Michael Waltrip Racing and JTG Daugherty Racing announced new multi-year extensions with Toyota on Tuesday.
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Toyota won on two fronts Sunday at Kansas Speedway. And Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. finishing 1-2 likely wasn't the biggest victory.
The Sprint Cup Series version of musical chairs for crew chiefs is in full swing as Penske Racing president Tim Cindric confirmed that Steve Addington will not return as the crew chief for Kurt Busch.
Roush Fenway Racing expects to shrink from four full-time Sprint Cup cars to three in 2012.
Denny Hamlin, who has experienced more than his share of engine issues this season, may have a Toyota Racing Development engine in his Sprint Cup car next weekend at Michigan
With Greg Biffle now signed to a new three-year contract, Roush Fenway Racing will turn its focus to retaining Sprint Cup points leader Carl Edwards.