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Discussion in 'Motorsports Forum' started by Speedofsand, Jan 6, 2013.
^ are those pics too big? Looks bigger than they should be to my screen
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Roger Penske is an amazing person and feel so fortunate to be part of his family. And thank you to @<a href="https://twitter.com/izodapparel">izodapparel</a> for taking a shot on me.</p>— AJ Allmendinger (@AJDinger) <a href="https://twitter.com/AJDinger/status/310040019484155904">March 8, 2013</a></blockquote>
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Allmendinger In Penske No. 2 For Indy 500
“It is exciting to welcome A.J. back to Penske Racing,” said Roger Penske. “He obviously went through a tough time last year but he has done everything he needed to in order to get back to racing at the top level of the sport. We have always believed in AJ and his ability and he deserves this opportunity. We think he will be a strong competitor this season in the IZOD IndyCar Series for Team Penske and we look forward to racing with him in the IZOD car at Barber and at the Indianapolis 500.”
ALMS - GrandAm merger reveal on now.
live streaming video, and on Speedtv.
New IMSA logo, class definitions and names for next year, and the new series name and logo, United Sports Car Racing
on racedays they have 3 hrs of live stream pre-race coverage for Supercross. They are on now from Toronto.
Kyle Larson nearly passed Kyle Busch for the win in Nationwide at Bristol last week.
This week he is in Calif. and in his spare time won a World of Outlaws race in Stockton last night.
He starts 9th in the Nationwide race at 5pm today.
Lewis Hamilton forgets he no longer drives for McLaren
You think he'd know by now, hahaa
still a little wet at Barber Motorsports Park this morning.
Grand-Am and Indy on this weekend.
AJ Allmendinger will be in a Penske car.
Scott Mayer found the mud on the last lap of the session
Denny tweeted back, "Damn. That means a lot."
Martinsville has Trucks, and kids are racing them.
Chase Elliott, who is 17 and the son of 1988 Cup Series champion Bill Elliott, will pilot the No. 94 Aaron's/Hendrickcars.com Chevrolet as he attempts to qualify for his first of nine scheduled races this season, Saturday's Kroger 250.
Erik Jones, 16, will drive the No. No. 51 Toyota for owner Kyle Busch, the driver he defeated in this year's Snowball Derby. The truck Jones will drive has already seen Victory Lane at Martinsville. Denny Hamlin drove chassis No. 134 to the win last October.
Other young drivers scheduled to make their first start this weekend are Devin Jones, 16, and Grant Galloway, 18.
That's unreal! Such young guys, actually teenagers, in these races! Most states you have to be even 16 to drive. And amazing that corporate sponsors and race teams invest big money and time with them.
Johnny Sauter won the truck race, Ward's 20 yr old son Jeb Burton had won the pole and finished 3rd, Chase Elliott was 6th, Erik Jones 9th.
Tony Stewart went to Selinsgrove, Pa. last night and won the 360 sprint car race after setting a new track record of 17.168
Ryan Villipoto left them eating dust in Houston last night winning his 6th Supercross in the last 7 races. The other was a 2nd place.
Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli won the Grand-Am race at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama yesterday
the #57 Stephenson Camaro of Robin Liddell and John Edwards won GT class.
Nick Longhi and Matt Plumb won the CTSCC race at Barber in the #13 Rum Bum Porsche
Indycars race at Barber today on NBCSN, Nascar at Martinsville on Fox