Sam Hornish Jr.1979-07-02 (age 41)
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Several current and former Team Penske NASCAR drivers shared their thoughts on owner Roger Penske’s election Wednesday to the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2019
With his legendary team having now scored its 200th IndyCar victory, Roger Penske tells David Malsher which have been his favorite results, from Mark Donohue through Rick Mears to Josef Newgarden.
Sam Hornish Jr., will drive the No. 22 Team Penske Ford in the Nov. 18 NASCAR Xfinity Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
As part of Motorsport.com’s content partnership with Team Penske, we will provide fans with exclusive content each week from the organization’s drivers, crew members and staff throughout the 2017 season.
Former IndyCar and Indianapolis 500 champion Sam Hornish Jr. will return to NASCAR competition this season with Team Penske.
After winning Sunday’s Xfinity Series race at Iowa in his first start of the season, what’s next for Sam Hornish Jr.? Even he doesn’t know.
NASCAR Next driver Matt Tifft had a successful procedure to alleviate a lower back problem and is on schedule to return to action in next month’s Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway.
Now that’s a welcome back party.
Richard Childress Racing is expanding it NASCAR Xfinity All-Star lineup to include AJ Allmendinger, Sam Hornish Jr., Michael McDowell and Ben Kennedy.
After a lengthy process, Richard Petty Motorsports has selected NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Brian Scott as the new driver of its No. 9 Fords in the Sprint Cup Series.
Richard Petty confirmed on Saturday that Sam Hornish Jr. will not return to the No. 9 Ford in 2016.
Kyle Power joins Team Penske as right rear tire changer for Brad Keselowski.
Huge crash, Junior wins, but after 2 a.m. ET.
Manion to guide Sam Hornish Jr. at Richard Petty Motorsports.
Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to win multiple races this season at TMS.
16 cautions slowed the action today.