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March 7th, 2013
Carl Edwards believes the best option for improving NASCAR Sprint Cup racing would be to remove downforce altogether.
September 11th, 2012
Carl Edwards has vowed to support his Roush Fenway team-mates during the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase after missing the play-off last Saturday at Richmond.
August 30th, 2012
Carl Edwards has denied that he will switch from Roush Fenway Racing to Penske Racing for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup. The 33-year-old American is in the first year of his current deal with Roush, which was signed following lengthy negotiations last year. Following rumours of a switch as a result of AJ Allmendinger’s sacking by Penske earlier this season , Edwards has now stated categorically that he is staying put.
August 17th, 2012
Mark Martin claimed his fourth pole position of the season in qualifying for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Michigan.
July 28th, 2012
Carl Edwards hopes to get on an upswing soon in order to secure a place in this year’s Chase despite an unexpected crew chief change ahead of this week’s Brickyard 400.
July 17th, 2012
Chad Norris will be Carl Edwards’s new crew chief in the NASCAR Sprint Cup when the series resumes at the end of the month in Indianapolis. Norris replaces Bob Osborne, stepping down from his post due to health reasons.
July 6th, 2012
Carl Edwards believes NASCAR doesn’t need any more rules to make racing ‘artificial’ amid suggestions of planned caution periods being the answer to more action-packed and competitive races. Earlier this week track owner Bruton Smith said NASCAR needs to look at ways of enhancing races and suggested periodic cautions as a possibility to make them more exciting to the fans. This season has seen unusually low caution averages and few incidents at most races, which Smith believes are “damaging” to the sport.
June 8th, 2012
Last year’s Sprint Cup series runner-up Carl Edwards feels the need to get on a consistent run of results in order to avoid risking dropping out of Chase contention. The Roush Fenway driver lost the Cup title to Tony Stewart last year on a tie-breaker after scoring the same amount of points, but he currently runs 12th in the 2012 driver standings, without a victory to his name this season yet
May 25th, 2012
Ford drivers Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle are not worried ahead of NASCAR’s longest race on Sunday at Charlotte, following the engine issues they suffering during the All-Star event at the venue last weekend.
May 15th, 2012
Porsche Supercup race winner Sean Edwards will emulate his father Guy by racing in the Le Mans 24 Hours this year. Edwards Jr, who has four Supercup wins to his name, will make his debut in the French enduro on June 16/17 with ProSpeed Competition. The 25-year-old will share the Belgian team’s GTE Am class Porsche 911 GT3-RSR with fellow Le Mans debutant Bret Curtis and Saudi Abdulaziz Al Faisal, who contested last year’s 24 Hours in a Porsche
May 8th, 2012
Colin Edwards underwent successful surgery on his broken left collarbone in Barcelona’s Insitituto Universitario DEXEUS hospital on Monday afternoon following his crash in qualifying for the Portuguese Grand Prix. The American had a plate and screws fitted by regular MotoGP surgeon Dr Javier Mir, who also operated on Edwards when he broke his other collarbone in a crash at Catalunya last June. “Doctor Mir and his team have done a great job,” said Edwards.
May 5th, 2012
Colin Edwards has suffered a fractured collarbone in a qualifying crash at MotoGP’s Portuguese Grand Prix. The American, who sustained a similar injury at Catalunya last year, was involved in a collision with Randy de Puniet.
January 15th, 2012
New BBC Formula 1 lead commentator Ben Edwards has defended the shared deal with Sky to broadcast F1 in the UK this year, saying that a standalone deal would have been beyond the BBC’s reach.
December 28th, 2011
Tony Stewart believes his battle for the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup with Carl Edwards was one of the best in the history of the sport. The top two in the title race finished the year equal on points, after a head-to-head fight for race victory in the season finale at Homestead
December 13th, 2011
Ben Edwards will replace Martin Brundle as the BBC’s lead Formula 1 commentator next year, ending weeks of speculation about who will join David Coulthard in the box. With Brundle having switched to Sky for 2012, the BBC has been looking for an experienced broadcaster to join its efforts next year.
November 23rd, 2011
Carl Edwards believes he will return a stronger driver in 2012 after losing his best chance of becoming a Sprint Cup Series champion last weekend. Edwards led the standings more than any other driver this season, including six out of the ten weeks of Chase contention.
November 21st, 2011
Tony Stewart overcame adversity to beat Carl Edwards to victory at Homestead, claiming his third NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title in the process. The battle for the 2011 title will go down in the record books as the closest ever in the history of the series as Stewart and Edwards ended up tied in the points after 36 races, with Stewart clinching the title by virtue of his record-breaking five wins during the Chase to Edwards’ single one during the year
November 19th, 2011
Carl Edwards topped the final practice session of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season at Homestead, running just three flying laps while focusing on this afternoon’s qualifying session. Following a busy first session where the Roush Fenway racer was second fastest, Edwards went on to set the best lap of the 60-minute final practice, doing so during his second and final run with a time of 31.57 seconds, at an average speed of 171.124 mph, while simulating qualifying. He had initially set the pace with a first qualifying run in the early minutes, then ran again in the final 20 minutes to remain at the top of the leaderboard with only three timed laps.
November 18th, 2011
Carl Edwards says he feels ready to become a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion at Homestead on Sunday and does not believe his experience deficit relative to title rival Tony Stewart is crucial heading into the season finale.
November 12th, 2011
Carl Edwards expects the battle for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title to go down to the final lap at Homestead next week. The Roush Fenway driver currently leads the Chase by a slim three points over Tony Stewart, who has won four out of eight play-off races, including back-to-back wins in the last two events.