Beginning Tuesday, NASCAR has a week-long celebration planned in Las Vegas as the sport crowns Tony Stewart the 2011 Sprint Cup Series champion and recognizes the jaw-dropping excitement and success of the previous season.
Posts from ‘November, 2011’
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC Tony Stewart will defend his 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship next year with a new crew chief. By: Al Pearce on 11/28/2011 The biggest crew-chief hire of the NASCAR off-season was confirmed on Monday, eight days after the season-ending Ford 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. After firing championship-winning crew chief Darian Grubb in mid-October, Stewart-Haas Racing team co-owner Tony Stewart named Steve Addington to lead his No.
Tony Stewart Starts Champions Week in Las Vegas – NASCAR photo Enlarge Photo Get daily news, spy shots and more! NASCAR has moved west for a week, taking up lodging in Sin City to celebrate the end of the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Most of the focus will be on three-time champion Tony Stewart of Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), as he becomes the first owner/driver champ since Alan Kulwicki in 1992. Still, the other drivers in the Chase for the Sprint Cup top-12 will have their opportunities to shine throughout the coming week; it’s not just about Smoke. (Oh yeah it is)
Juncos Racing Adopts Firestone Indy Lights Team Davey Hamilton Racing, Team Moves Shop to Indianapolis Area – Who Won
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 Juncos Racing Adopts Firestone Indy Lights Team Davey Hamilton Racing, Team Moves Shop to Indianapolis Area Juncos Racing BROWNSBURG, Ind. — Star Mazda Championship presented by Goodyear team Juncos Racing has expanded its presence in the Mazda Road to Indy program by adopting the Firestone Indy Lights team of Davey Hamilton Racing.