After just one season in the Cup Series, Daniel Hemric will be released by Richard Childress Racing at year’s end.
Joe Gibbs Racing’s Denny Hamlin has secured his second race win of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The #11 Camry driver took the win at Texas Motor Speedway, coming home ahead of Stewart-Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer.
As Richard Childress Racing prepares to celebrate their 50-year anniversary in 2019, Daniel Hemric has been confirmed to drive the #8.
With Ryan Newman departing Richard Childress Racing, Daniel Hemric will take over his #31 seat in 2019.
Daniel Hemric will make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at Richmond in April, driving the #8 for Richard Childress Racing. It will be the first Cup race for #8 since 2009.
Four drivers took part in a Goodyear tyre test at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Road Course in preparation for next year’s NASCAR Cup Series race at the venue.
Tyler Reddick kicked off his rookie season with a bang as he scored the victory at Daytona. Nine months and 33 races later, he ended his rookie season with another bang as he scored the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series championship.
Kurt Busch has taken pole position for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway with a new track record.