Mooresville, North Carolina businessman Marc Browning has formed Browning Motorsports, with the team debuting this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway with Jake Crum behind the wheel. The No. 26 Chevrolet Camaro will feature sponsorship from myfreedomsmokes.com with driver Jake Crumb.
Team owner Marc Browning will serve as the crew chief for Crumb, as he has an automotive background...
Toyota is looking to give the engine more horsepower.
Grassroots campaign out to support Tony Stewart.
World Vision is going to sponsor Furniture Row Racing car.
STP is the sponsor this weekend for the #43 car on Saturday night.
Jake Crum is in the #86 car this Friday night.
Mila Duno and her first Nationwide Series race is this Friday.
Jake Crumwill drive the daring flames of the No. 86 BUBBA burger® Chevrolet Camaro on Saturday in the Sta-Green 200 NASCAR Nationwide Series event at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Crum will be looking to make his first ever appearance at the one mile oval.
"This will be my first try at New Hampshire, and it looks like a bigger version of Martinsville," said Crum, winner of the 2010...
this week at Kentucky. This could mean that for the first time in around 12 years we will have less than 43 cars start a Sprint Cup event.
Ryan Blaney will be in the #12 Nationwide Series race this week.
Jake Crum will be in the #86 car this Friday night.
After intentionally wrecking FDNY Racing’s Ryan Ellis in an on-track incident at Charlotte, Jake Crum’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series license was revoked at tracks 1.25 miles in length and larger. However, during Speedway Digest’s “Speedy Digest” podcast, we have exclusively learned that Crum’s license has been restored at its full effect.
NASCAR officials, specifically...
NASCAR is not allowing Camping World Truck Series driver Jake Crum to compete on any track larger than 1.25 miles after he appeared to intentionally wreck Ryan Ellis in last Friday’s race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Crum will be able to race at tracks less than 1.25 miles.
The 22-year-old, is a part-time racer in the truck series for Empire Racing and accepted NASCAR’s penalties...
Earning less than $8,000 on Friday evening is not going to cover the damage which Ryan Ellis sustained during a late-race incident with Jake Crum. Ellis, 24, was making his third career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start, and second with FDNY Racing, an organization which runs a limited schedule.
Ellis was arguably intentionally hit by Crum on Lap 87. After Crum discussed his...
Jake Crum and Ryan Ellis were two drivers that needed to have good runs on Friday evening for the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. After both drivers got into an incident early in the race, Crum and Ellis were racing side-by-side on the backstretch on Lap 87 when Crum drove into Ellis, damaging each of their underfunded trucks.
Whether it was...