Richard Petty Motorsports Brings On Eric Jones To Drive The Iconic No. 43Erik Jones will drive NASCAR's iconic No. 43 next season for Richard Petty Motorsports, a pairing of a driver and a team both in need of fresh starts.
Mid-Level NASCAR Drivers Finding Job Market ToughOne of NASCAR's big shots won at Talladega Superspeedway, a hectic and crash-filled race that still, somehow, managed to showcase three drivers in need of a job.
NASCAR's Silly Season Will Change The LandscapeThere were two early warning signs that NASCAR was heading into its most unpredictable "silly season" in decades.
Erik Jones Out At Joe Gibbs Racing In 2021Erik Jones won't return to Joe Gibbs Racing next season, ending his time with one of NASCAR's top teams after three Cup seasons but several years in Gibbs' driver development program.
NASCAR’s Crazy First 48 Hours Of SpeedweeksNASCAR is off to an intriguing start, and the season has barely begun.
Jones Wins Clash At DaytonaThe first race of the NASCAR season was a demolition derby that turned Daytona International Speedway into a giant junkyard.
JGR Got The Win But The Other 3 Had A Really Tough DayMartin Truex Jr. and Cole Pearn built a championship-winning team far from NASCAR's hub in North Carolina, using their own approach in making a single-car organization one of the most dominant.
Jones Gives Joe Gibbs 4 Chances At A TitleJoe Gibbs has had the hottest hand in NASCAR this season. Now, after Erik Jones' gritty, overnight victory at Darlington Raceway, the championship owner has four aces ready to contend for another title.
Erik Jones Gets First Win of 2019Erik Jones used every bit of stamina he had at Darlington Raceway. Few know better than Jones the effort it took to hold off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch and win the rain-delayed Southern 500.