DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA - NASCAR has cited three teams for infractions at the Winston. One of the teams hit by the fines was the winning team. Jimmie Johnson crew chief Chad Knaus was fined one-thousand dollars for an unapproved air directional device. It was found during prerace inspection. <br>
The crew chief for Sterling Marlin was also fined. Lee McCall was hit with a ten-thousand dollar penalty for an improperly attached weight that was discovered during prequalifying inspection. <br>
NASCAR also confiscated the engine of Dale Jarret's team because it switched engines. It was determined that switching motors was not warranted.
Neil Brown of Buford recovered a fumble at the 1 and stepped into the end zone for a touchdown but it wasn't enough as the North lost to the South 10-7 Tuesday in the GACA North-South Classic all-star game.
The Atlanta Falcons' search for a new head coach continued Tuesday when owner Arthur Blank and general manager Rich McKay met at an undisclosed hotel near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport with San Francisco defensive coordinator Jim Mora.
David Ragan’s tenure in the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota comes to an end with the GEICO 500 and he’ll be moving onto his third team in 11 races—“a little weird, for sure,” he acknowledged—when the Sprint Cup schedule resumes at Kansas Speedway on May 9.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Three times in seven years, Bob Baffert left the Kentucky Derby empty-handed. Two seconds and a sixth-place finish by the wagering favorite.After a while, those close calls star...