Jarrett Partners with JR Motorsports in 2022

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Feb. 10, 2022) – Jarrett, a leading provider of logistics, transportation, warehousing and fleet services, will partner with JR Motorsports and Josh Berry’s No. 8 team for three NASCAR Xfinity Series races, the organization announced today. The Jarrett Chevrolet will compete at Texas Motor Speedway (May 21), Indianapolis Road Course (July 30) and Talladega Superspeedway (Oct. 1) and will have associate placement for the remaining races of the 2022 NXS schedule.

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Dreyer and Reinbold Racing Running Santino Ferrucci, Sage Karam in 2022 Indy 500

Despite still being a part-time IndyCar team, Dreyer and Reinbold will return to next May’s Indy 500 with one of the strongest two-driver lineups in the field, in terms of 2021 results. Alongside Meyer Shank Racing (winner Helio Castroneves and 3rd-place Simon Pagenaud), DRR will be the only other team with two top-7 finishers. IndyStar has learned the team has signed former Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver Santino Ferrucci (6th-place a year ago) of Woodbury, CT  as well as the team’s longtime driver Sage Karam (7th in 2021), according to a…

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Miguel Paludo Returns to JRM and NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2022

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Dec. 1, 2021) –Miguel Paludo will return to JR Motorsports for three NASCAR Xfinity Series road course events in 2022. Paludo, a seven-time champion and current defending winner of the Porsche Carrera Cup, will drive the No. 88 BRANDT Professional Agriculture Chevrolet in the NXS races at Circuit of the Americas (March 26), Road America (July 2) and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course (July 30).

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Robin Miller: IndyCar must do whatever it takes to get Larson into the 2022 Indy 500

This isn’t a typical commentary, nor is it a strong suggestion, nor wishful thinking. This is a plea to Roger Penske, Rick Hendrick and Chevrolet: do whatever is necessary to put Kyle Larson in a competitive car for the 2022 Indianapolis 500.

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Racing on TV Listings for September 1-5

Here’s where to find NASCAR, F1 and more this week, courtesy of Mike Pryson and Auto Week….

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Long-Time Indianapolis Motorsports Reporter Robin Miller Passes Away

Robin L. Miller, a lifelong motorsports fan who became one of the sport’s most recognized and influential media personalities, died Aug. 25 in Indianapolis. He was 71. A native of his beloved Southport, Indiana, Miller rose to prominence as an Indianapolis Star sports writer, parlaying his love of many sports into more than 50 years of communication that defined his life.

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Amidst Track Meltdown, AJ Allmendinger Wins Indy’s Road Course Race

NASCAR almost pulled it off. Another new track configuration prompted by a desire to see better racing at a flagship track that has been losing interest. This time they didn’t bring in tons of dirt or repave a track. This time they used the old road course at Indy and for 78 laps, the race was pretty decent.

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How New Englanders Fared At The Indy Road Course Over The Weekend

It was a good day Saturday for Austin Cindric who won the Xfinity Series race at the IMS road course.  It also was a bad day for Brett Moffit who was steering the Chris Our entry as he broke an axle on his mount and placed 31st.  Cape Cod’s Chris Our is a building contractor and resides in Harwich, MA.

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NASCAR Cup Series News & Notes – Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course

For the first time in the NASCAR Cup Series 72-year history, the series will compete at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course in the inaugural Verizon 200 at the Brickyard on August 15 at 1 p.m. ET on NBC, IMS and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course joins the Bristol Motor Speedway Dirt track and the Circuit of The Americas as the third different track the series has debuted at this season.

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