Casey Mears1978-03-12 (age 43)
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Casey Mears is following his father’s tire tracks.
Casey Mears will run a partial schedule in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season with Biagi-DenBeste Racing.
Germain Racing officially announced Ty Dillon will pilot the No. 13 Geico Chevrolet in 2017.
Talladega Superspeedway announced on Friday that Geico will continue as the entitlement sponsor on the spring race through 2019.
Germain Racing's No. 13 has always been solid in plate races, but Casey Mears has turned some heads this week with his performance in both the Sprint Unlimited and Sunday qualifying.
NASCAR’s new charter system may finally be in place but it has left several Sprint Cup Series drivers needing to redo their current contracts entering the 2016 season.
Casey Mears may not be the most successful NASCAR driver but he’s accomplished something perhaps no one else has – two contract extensions in the same year.
Driver of the No. 13 Geico Chevy looks to improve on recent results.
Will today belong to the underdogs of stock car racing, or will the usual suspects end up in Victory Lane?
Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to win multiple races this season at TMS.
16 cautions slowed the action today.
Aric Almirola, David Ragan tangle during first morning practice session at Martinsville Speedway.
Driver of the No. 22 Team Penske Ford falls short of his own track record.
Stewart-Haas Racing crew works to get the No. 14 Mobil 1 Chevy back in shape.
With wounded cars and the backups for their backups, drivers made it work and raced their way into the Daytona 500.
Justin Marks and Ron Hornaday Jr. failed to race their way in.
The victory was Matt Kenseth’s first in the non-points race, but it was the second straight win for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Casey Mears and team have made tremendous gains as an organization over the last two years.
Winds up 34th in her last race with her crew and crew chief.
There's a lot to talk about as NASCAR heads into the final four weeks of their season.
Brad Keselowski wins at Talladega as three Hendrick cars are eliminated from the shrinking Chase field.
Charlotte was an interesting one, to say the least...
Will we see another David vs. Goliath story at Talladega?
Bowyer and Larson 'downright desperate.'
Only Ryan Newman controls his own destiny.
Jeff Gordon has claimed pole position for the first time this year.
With 21 races in the books, there is still time.
Richard Petty wasn’t at Daytona on Sunday but reveled in the victory via phone.
Tampa driver in the right place at the right time when the final storm struck
A wreck on lap 97 has taken out a majority of the field
McMurray’s speed of 96.350 mph eclipsed Marcos Ambrose’s 2012 track qualifying record of 95.262 mph.
Jamie McMurray, No. 1 Cessna Chevrolet SS, talks about his win in the Sprint All-Star Race, his thoughts on the Coca-Cola 600 and his position in the Chase.
Clint Bowyer, AJ Allmendinger, and Josh Wise have transferred from the Sprint Showdown and into the All-Star Race.
Gilliland and Allgaier become innocent victims as the 'big one' erupts at Kansas
Talladega qualifying saw a new driver earn pole position.
Austin Dillon hopes to improve his performance at Talladega Superspeedway following "a wild ride" last October
Marcos Ambrose and team owner Richard Petty talk about the fight that led to NASCAR fining Marcos $25,000 and placing him on probation for one month.
I may be in the minority with my friend Ryan Hyatt, but here are my thoughts on what we should do about the fight that ensued after the checkered flag flew at Richmond last weekend...
It was an exciting night under the lights at Richmond in a race that saw cars bursting into flames, drivers going three wide for the lead in the closing laps, and there were even a few punches thrown!