As he does every Tuesday, Pete Pistone joined NASCAR America to talk about Kyle Larson‘s memorable restart at Michigan and what the NASCAR weekend schedule could look like in 2018. “My biggest takeaway is Chip Ganassi is going to let Kyle Larson run a sprint car any time he wants to, that’s what he did at the Knoxville Nationals and then to come back and put on that move at the end of the race,” Pistone said. “We’re going to see that daring move in overtime by Kyle Larson on highlight reels for years to come.
Bob Pockrass NASCAR • NASCAR writer for ESPN.com • 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year • More than 25 years experience covering motorsports Follow on Twitter BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Furniture Row Racing gets two key pit-crew members back this week, and they now are under a new managerial structure. Furniture Row, as part of its alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing, gets its pit crew members from JGR, which trains them and assigned them at the start of the year to the Furniture Row cars of Martin Truex Jr. and Erik Jones. But JGR came under scrutiny last month when it suspended Truex tire changers Lee Cunningham and Chris Taylor for three races for a confrontation with JGR driver Kyle Busch's crew chief Adam
It’s almost time for the annual Throwback Weekend at Darlington Raceway that is capped off by the Sept. 3 Southern 500 on NBCSN. Here’s your guide to all the paint schemes that will be driven in the Southern 500. Brad Keselowski – Keselowski will pilot the “Midnight” paint scheme Rusty Wallace made famous in the mid-90s during his time in Team Penske’s No. 2 car.