Found October 05, 2012 on
AJ Allmendinger made his first appearance at a NASCAR event on Friday, appearing at Talladega Superspeedway. It marked the first time Allmendinger had appeared at a NASCAR event since his suspension on July 7. Allmendinger was reinstated by NASCAR last month after completing the road to recovery. The former driver of the No. 22 car is said to be looking for a ride in 2013. “I’m looking, but from reading the Internet, there doesn’t seem to be a lot of jobs out there,” Allmendinger told ESPN. “Nobody has told me to get out yet,” joked Allmendinger, who stopped in the Penske Racing garage stalls and visited with his former crew. “It’s been a lot of fun to be back in the garage. It’s been a rough few months, and I’m just really glad to be back here.” One ride which whispers arose that could suit Allmendinger is the No. 51 ride of James Finch. Finch said today that he plans to use Regan Smith in the car at Charlotte but would not be opposed to talking with Allmendinger. “I like AJ, I’d be

Regan Smith to drive for Phoenix Racing

Regan Smith and Kurt Busch are trading places - at least for now. Smith, 29, will drive the No. 51 Phoenix Racing Chevrolet at Charlotte Motor Speedway while Busch takes over the seat in the No. 78 Furniture Row Chevrolet for the remainder of the season and on to next year. "We're looking forward to having Regan in our car," said Phoenix Racing general manager Steve...

Start and park teams make too much money? James Finch thinks so.

Start and park teams are being scrutinized once again, yes those same 5 or so teams that pull off the track within 5-10 laps of the green flag and park their cars for the day. People seem to have differing opinions about this happening as this isn’t the first time it’s been brought up in the news. But one person, who happens to be James Finch, owner of Phoenix Racing is asking...
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