Yesterday, Anthony Marlowe tweeted and BK Racing indicated that Madelyn Riggs would move to Front Row Motorsports' #34 ride. However, Front Row Motorsports released a conflicting statement, stating "no expected changes with the #34 car," implying that Kevin Dugan Jr. would return to that car. One thing is for certain: Madelyn Riggs left the league … Continue reading Changes at Front Row Motorsports? Not so Fast!
Mike Hillman, who was the crew chief on the #33 Circle Sport Chevrolet last season, has been hired by Ben Smith Racing to lead the #2 team of Courtney Schley. The move looks to strengthen the #2 team, which won the inaugural Nuka-Cola Series Championship last season with Ben Smith behind the wheel. Meanwhile, no word … Continue reading Hillman to BSR’s #2 Nuka-Cola Team
Silly Season is picking up steam, as the latest rumor has Chris Seckinger out at Cabanilla-Haas Racing. Indications are that he will be moving to either the Nuka-Cola or Red Rocket Truck Series, but nothing on what team that would involve. Seckinger is a two time race winner in the Corvega Cup Series, with wins … Continue reading Seckinger out at Cabanilla-Haas?
Dallas Whitaker will join Mary Capuzello Racing in 17-18 to drive the #15 Toyota Camry. Whitaker, who had previously fielded his own cars in the first five seasons of the league, will drive the car as a part of a one year deal. The team will remain sponsored by 5 Hour Energy, which is signed with … Continue reading Whitaker to the #15
Lora Williams will have a new crew chief yet again for the 2017-2018 season at Wolkowicz Motorsports, but it'll be a familiar face. Keith Rodden will return to the top of the pit box this season, after a season as Kirby Ammon's crew chief. Williams' previous crew chief, Kenny Francis, will become Wolkowicz Motorsports' Vehicle … Continue reading New Crew Chief for Williams, #5 Team
Matt McCall has been named crew chief for Kirby Ammons for the 2017-2018 season, after it was announced that Keith Rodden would be leaving the team and heading back to Wolkowicz Motorsports. McCall moves up from the #42 Nuka-Cola Series team.
Mary Capuzello Racing is looking to change things up during the off season. With both Mary Capuzello and Joanna Ryba set to return in 17-18, attention turns to the teams crew chiefs and R&D department, after a hit and miss 2014-2015. While Ryba managed to secure a spot in the Chase for the Championship, she failed … Continue reading Mary Capuzello Racing to Restructure
Today, the Race League officially releases the schedules for all sanctioned series in the League. The sixth season of the Corvega Cup series will officially kick off the League's reboot July 29, 2017 with the Corvega Clash at Daytona, and conclude with Ford EcoBoost weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway on May 6, 2018. The second season … Continue reading Season 6 Series Schedules Announced – Corvega Clash to Kick Off League Reboot
Several Changes are in the works at BHS Motorsports for the 2017-2018 season. While the team plans to make a major, official, announcement on June 15, the rumor mill has been running full steam ahead with the team. Rumored changes include Fred Martin and Michelle Mostiler leaving for other teams, while Ben Maloch is rumored … Continue reading BHS Motorsports to Make Changes
With Alexi Alejandra's departure from Roush-Fenway Racing, it remains to be seen how this team will look at the start of the new season. Rumors had Joshua Wilkinson heading for a new team, but it appears they had the wrong driver, now that Alejandra is gone. The team, struggling to find full-time sponsors much of … Continue reading Alejandra’s Departure Leaves Large Void at RFR
Alexi Alejandra has officially taken over the former Joe Gibbs Racing team, and will assume ownership of the team, becoming Alexi Alejandra Racing. This, taking place after the announcement that Alejandra will drive the team's new, fourth car, #19, which will have sponsorship from Comcast partner ARRIS, as well as Stanley/DeWalt. Subway will move over from … Continue reading Alejandra Assumes Owner Role at JGR