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April 21st, 2013
Matt Kenseth held off a late challenge from Kasey Kahne to take his second NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of the year at Kansas Speedway. Polesitter Kenseth dominated much of the race in his Joe Gibbs Toyota, leading 163 of the 267 laps. He was untouchable until almost half-distance, when divergent pit and tyre strategies among a number of yellows jumbled the lead pack.
March 27th, 2013
Team Penske boss Roger Penske says that he remains absolutely convinced of Will Power’s championship potential, despite the Australian having fallen just short for the past three seasons.
March 26th, 2013
Sam Hornish will remain in the NASCAR’s Nationwide Series for the foreseeable future, although team boss Roger Penske says he is still earmarked for further Sprint Cup opportunities as they become available. The three-time IndyCar champion spent three years with Penske’s Sprint Cup team before dropping back to Nationwide for the 2011 season, since which he has made seven Cup starts.
March 18th, 2013
IndyCar refugee Ryan Briscoe looks set to contest the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time this season. The former factory Porsche driver, who was left without an IndyCar drive after being released by Penske over the winter, is likely to be named as part of the Level 5 Motorsports LMP2 squad’s Le Mans line-up after a victorious debut with the team in last weekend’s Sebring 12 Hours. Team owner Scott Tucker has indicated that it is his intention to share his solo HPD ARX-03b at Le Mans with Briscoe and Marino Franchitti – a repeat of the winning Level 5 line-up at Sebring – but has so far stopped short of confirming them until he announces his plans for the remainder of the season.
March 8th, 2013
Penske team president Tim Cindric says the squad has no qualms about bringing AJ Allmendinger back into the fold after his 2012 drugs test failure. Allmendinger has been hired to drive Penske’s third IndyCar entry at Barber Motorsports Park and the Indianapolis 500. The 31-year-old American moved to NASCAR in 2006 after a successful Champ Car career, only to be suspended last year for failing a drugs test while racing for Penske’s Sprint Cup squad
March 8th, 2013
AJ Allmendinger has firmed up his return to single-seaters by securing two IndyCar Series outings with Penske. The Champ Car race-winner had tested for his former NASCAR employer at Sebring earlier this year. Penske has now confirmed that Allmendinger will take its third car, ex-Ryan Briscoe, for Barber Motorsports Park and the Indianapolis 500.
February 27th, 2013
IndyCar refugee Ryan Briscoe will return to sportscar racing in next month’s Sebring 12 Hours with the Level 5 Motorsports LMP2 squad. The Australian, who was let go by the Penske IndyCar squad during the off-season, has been picked up to drive one of Level 5′s HPD ARX-03bs
February 20th, 2013
AJ Allendinger returned to the wheel of a single-seater for the first time in more than six years on Tuesday when he joined Penske for the IndyCar test at Sebring. Allmendinger was a five-time race winner in Champ Car before switching to stock cars in late 2006, although he was suspended by NASCAR and released by Penske Racing after testing positive for a banned substance last summer
December 14th, 2012
Joey Logano expects to learn a huge amount from his new team-mate Brad Keselowski after his first test alongside the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion. Former Joe Gibbs Racing driver Logano had his Penske baptism on Tuesday when he first sat behind the wheel of the #22 Ford that he will drive in 2013.
December 12th, 2012
Brad Keselowski believes Penske’s switch to Ford will provide a much-needed boost to motivation levels following his 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup title success. The 28-year-old became Penske’s first Cup champion in the final round of the season at Homestead, triumphing after nearest rival Jimmie Johnson hit trouble. Speaking during Tuesday’s test at Charlotte Motor Speedway, where Penske has started its transition from Dodge to Ford , he admitted it would be easy for energy and drive to slip in the wake of the team’s triumph.
December 3rd, 2012
2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski predicts ‘great things’ will come of Penske’s impending switch to Ford. The team announced in August that it would leave Dodge, which finished bottom of the Sprint Cup manufacturers’ championship this season, and switch to Ford machinery . Dodge subsequently announced it would leave NASCAR at the end of 2012
November 19th, 2012
Roger Penske believes Brad Keselowski’s leadership qualities were pivotal in his team’s first NASCAR Sprint Cup title success. Keselowski took a 15th-place finish in the season finale at Homestead to clinch the crown in only his third full year at Cup level.
November 19th, 2012
Brad Keselowski believes delivering Penske Racing’s maiden NASCAR Sprint Cup title makes his championship even more special.
November 17th, 2012
Championship leader Brad Keselowski will move to the front row of the grid for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup finale following a crash in practice involving polesitter Joey Logano. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver got caught in an incident ignited by contact between his team-mate Denny Hamlin and Roush Fenway’s Greg Biffle at the exit of Turn 4 during practice two on Saturday afternoon. The tangle left enough damage on the three cars that all three drivers will move to back-up machines and consequently start from the rear of the field in the championship finale
November 9th, 2012
Jimmie Johnson is confident NASCAR Sprint Cup title rival Brad Keselowski will race him fairly in the remaining two races of the Chase following their hard battle for victory last week at Texas.
November 7th, 2012
Brad Keselowski believes he still has every chance of denying Jimmie Johnson the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup title, despite Johnson’s wins in the last two races moving him into a seven-point lead with two rounds to go. Keselowski managed to get his Chase points advantage up to 14 after the carnage of October’s Talladega race , but has since seen Johnson catch up and sweep ahead with victories at Martinsville and Texas .
September 22nd, 2012
Leading NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers have welcomed NASCAR’s reinstatement of AJ Allmendinger , following his suspension after a failed drugs test. Allmendinger successfully completed NASCAR’s Substance Abuse Policy Road To Recovery programme in August, after first being suspended in early July when results of a test performed at Kentucky Speedway on June 29 drew a positive result. A test of a ‘B’ sample later led to an indefinite suspension
September 16th, 2012
Newly-crowned IndyCar champion Ryan Hunter-Reay says that his title was the culmination of a “breakout year” for the Andretti Autosport team , although he also paid tribute to rival Will Power’s performances during the season. “I think Will’s one of the great talents there has been in IndyCar in a very long time,” Hunter-Reay said.
September 15th, 2012
IndyCar title contenders Will Power and Ryan Hunter-Reay believe that Friday’s evening’s second practice session will offer the best guide as to who will be in the strongest position going into Saturday’s season finale at Fontana.
September 4th, 2012
Joey Logano will drive for Penske in the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and beyond, the team announced on Tuesday. Logano, a two-time winner in Cup and currently in his fourth full season in NASCAR’s elite, is losing his current Joe Gibbs Racing seat to 2003 champion Matt Kenseth next season.