AJ Allmendinger has reached an agreement with JTG Daugherty Racing which will have him drive the No. 47 car for the 2014 season.
JTG’ Daugherty’s contract with Allmendinger is reportedly for three years with a formal announcement expected on Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Allmendinger was first hired to drive the No. 47 car at Kentucky Speedway. He recently...
James Finch is leaving NASCAR but that does not mean the No. 51 team is closing down shop.
On Thursday Finch said he expects to announce the sale of Phoenix Racing on July 15. While Finch declined to identify who was buying the team he did say that he was “somebody who’s got money.”
“I’m in negotiations with an individual to buy the team, and if he does that I’ll let...
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A.J. Allmendinger is back behind the wheel of a No. 22 Penske Racing machine this weekend. Allmendinger’s last NASCAR race for Penske came in the Sprint Cup Series race at Kentucky in 2012.
On Saturday Allmendinger will be racing his first Nationwide Series race in five years when he assumes the seat of the No. 22 Ford Mustang.
“I am very excited to be back...
One NASCAR driver was suspended just before the start of the Coke Zero 400 for a failed drug test, putting his team in a bad spot.
AJ Allmendinger celebrates his second career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Award with Miss Coors Light Rachel Rupert and his No. 22 Penske Racing team on Saturday at Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. Photo Credit: Credit: Tyler Barrick/Getty Images
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A.J. Allmendinger came into Kansas Speedway ona three-race top-15 finish...
AJ Allmendinger talks about his new gig driving the No. 22 Shell Dodge for Penske Racing with the enthusiasm, excitement and awe of someone who just landed his first grown-up job.
It probably feels that way to him after five mostly trying seasons in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driving for either start-up or struggling teams. This is certainly Allmendinger's first legitimate...