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Traviks Kvapil is still going to drive the #93 car this weekend after he wound up getting arrested this Tuesday night with assault on a female and false imprisonment charges. NASCAR has come out say they do not condone the actions of this driver.
Blake Koch is getting his Sprint Cup debut this weekend in the #95 car.
Zest is extending a sponsorship with Ricky Stenhouse Jr.,
Bostioch is going to be the sponsor of #9 car this Saturday night.
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Veteran NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil has been arrested and charged with assault after getting into a dispute with his wife.
The Mooresville Police department was called to the home of the 37-year-old driver on Tuesday evening.
Kvapil has been driving the No. 93 Toyota of BK Racing this season.
Together Kvapil and his wife Jennifer have three children — Kelsey, Carson and Caden...
2003 NASCAR Truck Series champion and current BK Racing driver Travis Kvapil is in deep s–t after being arrested at his home Tuesday night, reports the Moorsville Tribune:
In a news release late Wednesday afternoon, the Mooresville Police Department said officers responded to Kvapil’s home following a 911 phone call regarding an assault involving his wife.
After an investigation...
Travis Kvapil will compete in Saturday night's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway despite his arrest on misdemeanor assault on a female and false imprisonment.
NASCAR said Thursday it does not condone Kvapil's actions and will monitor the situation as it develops. Kvapil was arrested Tuesday night and is due in Iredell County (N.C.) District Court on Nov. 19.
The 2003 Truck...
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Travis Kvapil (KWAH'-pul) is free on bond following his arrest on charges of assault and false imprisonment.
A statement from the Mooresville Police Department said officers responded to a 911 call from the Kvapil residence on Tuesday. After an investigation, police said they arrested the 37-year-old Kvapil in connection with a domestic dispute between...
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver, Travis Kvapil, has been arrested and charged with assault on his wife and false imprisonment according to an WCNC-TV reporter.
Mooresville Police arrest the BK Racing driver on Tuesday night.
In a press release from the MPD, officers responded to Kvapil’s house following a 911 call.
See his mugshot after the jump.
He has seen been released...
The following is a statement from BK Racing regarding the allegations against driver Travis Kvapil:
"BK Racing understands the severity of the situation and we don't condone the actions that Travis has been accused of," commented Ron Devine, co-owner of BK Racing. "We feel it's important to let the system take its course. For that reason, we have elected...
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Travis Kvapil was arrested Tuesday night and charged with assault after getting into a dispute with his wife, according to Moorseville, NC police. Officers say Kvapil had been involved is a domestic dispute leading to Kvapil being arrested and charged with assault on a female and false imprisonment. Kvapil was taken to Iredell County Jail and held...
Following qualifying, Travis Kvapil spoke about his arrest earlier this week.
“Obviously, I’m embarrassed about the situation,” he said. “I don’t like the negative effects it’s brought on. So I apologize to NASCAR, my team, supporters of my team, my fans anyone else who was impacted by what happened Tuesday night.”
Kvapil, 37, was arrested on Tuesday night after a domestic...
Travis Kvapil returned to work Thursday at Charlotte Motor Speedway following what he called "a domestic situation" involving his wife in the couple's Mooresville, N.C., home on Tuesday night.
Kvapil, who drives the No 93 BK Racing Toyota in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, was charged with assault on a female and false imprisonment. He was released Wednesday morning...
"NASCAR does not condone the actions with which Travis Kvapil has been charged and we are disappointed to learn of this incident. We have been in close communication with the race team and are in the process of gathering as much information as possible. NASCAR takes this matter very seriously and will continue to monitor the situation as it moves forward."
As the smoke continues to dissipate from Travis Kvapil arrest Tuesday night, the embittered Sprint Cup Series driver will be allowed to race this weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. The old adage of innocent until proven guilty is used by NASCAR and Kvapil’s team, BK Racing. BK Racing’s statement[...]
STATEMENT FROM BK RACING REGARDING ALLEGATIONS AGAINST DRIVER TRAVIS KVAPILHUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (October 10, 2013) – The following is a statement from BK Racing regarding the allegations against driver Travis Kvapil:”BK Racing understands the severity of the situation and we don’t condone the actions that Travis has been accused of,” commented Ron Devine, co-owner of BK Racing...
On Thursday NASCAR released the following statement regarding charges placed against Sprint Cup driver, Travis Kvapil:
“NASCAR does not condone the actions with which Travis Kvapil has been charged and we are disappointed to learn of this incident. We have been in close communication with the race team and are in the process of gathering as much information as possible. NASCAR...
BK Racing has opted to stand behind Travis Kvapil and allow the
driver to remain behind the wheel of the No. 93 Toyota this weekend
at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
SHOW #275 – Guest: Trent Broin / Roberto Palazzo from Wallhaulers – We recap the crazy Kansas Speedway race, we hear from Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, the racing winning RCR crew, news of the week includes Tony Stewart’s leg, Travis Kvapil behind bars, plus a full Charlotte Motor Speedway Chase Preview. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie