Brad Keselowski may have needed some luck to win Sunday in Las Vegas, but you have to play the hand you're dealt. He and crew chief Paul Wolfe played theirs to perfection.
Juan Pablo Montoya would like to run the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway if Team Penske puts a ride together for a brief return to NASCAR.
Penske Racing 2014 team preview.
Roger Penske wasn't worried about finding a sponsor for Juan Pablo Montoya when he signed him, believing there would be interest in the Colombian's return to open wheel racing.
Chip Ganassi and Roger Penske have both tweaked their team names headed into the 2014 seasons.
Ryan Briscoe is more than just a good driver, he can be a contender with Chip Ganassi Racing. As Ganassi and Roger Penske battle back and forth, Ganassi may hold the stronger hand now.
Brad Keselowski led 105 of 200 laps at Texas to win for the sixth time in his last eight Nationwide Series starts, while Austin Dillon and Sam Hornish Jr. got closer Saturday in the battle for the season title.
Scott Dixon has won the IndyCar championship, using a fifth-place finish at Auto Club Speedway to deny Helio Castroneves his first title.
Roger Penske isn't mincing words when it comes to the task at hand for Helio Castroneves in Saturday night's IndyCar Series season finale at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.
AJ Allmendinger will race in the IndyCar season finale for Penske Racing.
Dario Franchitti's last-lap crash, Scott Dixon's points windfall and Helio Castroneves' misery highlighted the IndyCar Series' pivotal doubleheader weekend at Houston.
Chip Ganassi Racing signs Tony Kanaan, reveals that team is switching from Honda to Chevrolet engines beginning in 2014.
There are two title battles brewing in the Nationwide Series, and both involve Penske Racing. The driver's fight between Penske's Sam Hornish Jr. and RCR's Austin Dillon is shaping up as a classic.
Roger Penske says his team didn't do anything wrong in the Richmond scandal that rocked NASCAR.
Juan Pablo Montoya is leaving NASCAR for a return to IndyCar, where he'll drive for Chip Ganassi rival Roger Penske.
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.