Marcos Ambrose will bring the colors of Black and Decker Racing back to Michigan International Speedway this weekend. After finishing second at Watkins Glen in the Sprint Cup Series, Ambrose moved to 16th in the Sprint Cup championship and is still on the cusp of getting into The Chase. However, the team is focused on winning prior to the start of The Chase.
Ambrose will make...
A.J. Allmendinger survived a bruising battle with road course ace Marcos Ambrose and emerged with a very popular
victory in the Cheez-It 335 at Watkins Glen on Sunday. Allmendinger's first-ever Sprint Cup win qualifies him for the
postseason 'Chase', and the win also marks the first time that the JTG-Daugherty racing team got to visit Victory Lane.
Jeff Gordon started...
Leading over half the laps of the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen, Marcos Ambrose proved once again he is the King of the Glen. Saturday’s win marks the fourth win at Watkins Glen for Ambrose in just the Nationwide Series. He’s collected two wins in the Sprint Cup Series and[...]
Just a few hours after qualifying second for the Sprint Sup Series race at Watkins Glen, Marcos Ambrose puts on a dominating performance in the Nationwide Series Zippo 200 at The Glen.
Ambrose, driving the No. 09 Stanley Tools Ford Mustang for Richard Petty Motorsports, led 48 of 82 laps en route to victory. Saturday’s win was the fourth consecutive win for Ambrose in the Nationwide...
Michael Waltrip’s team went from three cars to just two cars after sponsorship for the No. 56 Toyota was lost at the end of the 2013 season.
Once an organization on the way up, this year MWR has been hidden in the pack during Sprint Cup Series weekends.
“I don’t think the cut to two teams hurt us at all,” Waltrip said during a stop at Charlotte Motor Speedway...
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. — A two-time winner at Watkins Glen International in Sprint Cup Series competition, Marcos Ambrose’s best chance at clinching a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup comes this weekend at the 2.5-mile road course in New York. Keeping this in mind, Ambrose and his Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) team are all-in this weekend to make it happen, and place both of...
EASTON, Pa. — Back in 2006, a driver from Tasmania, Australia named Marcos Ambrose moved to the United States to put his hopes and racing talent into a NASCAR stock car after years of racing down under.
Winning back-to-back Australian V8 Supercar championships in 2003 and 2004, Ambrose had the confidence and the need for a new challenge. Ambrose made his maiden NASCAR start in...
JTG Daughtery Racing has announced that Clorox is going to be coming back as a sponsor through 2017. They will announce more sponsorship news on Friday.
Nicole Briscoe will be moving over to the Sportscenter show after the end of the NASCAR season.
Macros Ambrose will be on the #09 car at Watkins Glen on Saturday.
Tony Stewart and Marcos Ambrose both need a win in order to get into the 'Chase' and Sunday's race at Watkins Glen
represents the best chance to get the win that will salvage their seasons. Nobody has won more at the Glen in Sprint Cup
than Stewart (5 times), and Ambrose has 1 win and 5 top-5 finishes in 6 career starts here. Last year might have been a
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It’s been talked about for a while now, but appears closer to reality. NBC’s MotorSportsTalk is reporting that there is a deal in place to allow Marcos Ambrose to go back home to Australia and run in the V8 Supercars next season. While nothing official has been announced, speculation has[...]