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Todd Gilliland will return to the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series this season with a new team fielded by Front Row Motorsports.
While Matt Tifft remains sidelined after suffering a seizure at Martinsville last month, he and Front Row Motorsports have mutually agreed to part ways.
After staying out on old tires for the final restart, David Ragan hoped for a top-10 but quickly fell back through the field.
Joey Logano was looking for help from a fellow Ford driver but Michael McDowell had a different plan of attack.
Front Row Motorsports has added two veteran crew chiefs in preparation for its 2019 season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
NASCAR heads to the always unpredictable Talladega Superspeedway this weekend.
Front Row Motorsports continued its strong weekend performance in Saturday’s final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
Since the introduction of standardized pit guns at the start of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season, there have been multiple complaints from the competitors.
Four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams have been hit with monetary fines for improperly installed lug nuts found after Monday's running of the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
Michael McDowell can’t believe what a difference a year makes.
Front Row Motorsports has won races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series but driver David Ragan believes the time is right for the organization to become a “consistent contender.”
Love’s Travel Stops will continue to support the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports team.
Front Row Motorsports has announced an elevated partnership with Ford Performance in 2018, including an expanded technical alliance with Roush Fenway Racing.
Perched on the backstretch with a view of Martinsville Speedway, Mark Rushbrook, Global Director, Ford Performance Motorsports was settling into his new role.
Effective immediately, veteran crew chief Donnie Wingo has been named competition director at Front Row Motorsports, which fields Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams for Landon Cassill and David Ragan.
Ford Performance came tantalizingly close to its best start to a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup season in 25 years, and despite a late-race disappointment in Sin City, the trend line for Ford remains sharply positive.
David Ragan had only been gone from Front Row Motorsports for about two years, but when he returned in the offseason, he found a much different – and better – organization.
Front Row Motorsports officially disclosed its acquisition of a third NASCAR Charter Member Agreement from BK Racing.
Landon Cassill will return to Front Row Motorsports next season and he will be joined by a familiar face to the organization – David Ragan.
The decline in performance at Roush Fenway Racing is best expressed in one stark statistic.