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Topic - Cole Whitt
Swan Racing will expand to two teams in 2014 and field cars for Parker Kligerman and Cole Whitt.
Swan Racing has hired Cole Whitt to drive the No. 30 Toyota for five races this season beginning next week at Chicago.
The real work begins now for the IndyCar Series, which heads into the meat of its schedule on the heels of a spectacular Indianapolis 500.
Elliott Sadler has come up with one way to possibly close the gap on points leader Ricky Stenhouse Jr. heading into the Nationwide Series finale.
Regan Smith will race for the Nationwide Series championship next season driving for JR Motorsports.
JR Motorsports parted ways Monday with crew chief Tony Eury Jr., 10 days after his father was ousted as competition director.
JR Motorsports and competition director Tony Eury Sr. have parted ways, effective immediately.
Danica Patrick was 3-for-3 at Daytona: three races, three wrecks.
Danica Patrick got back on the track after being involved in an accident just two laps into her Daytona 500 debut.
Danica Patrick's day started at the front of the pack. It ended with another frustrating wreck.
"I'm really excited to hop back in the seat of a race car, it feels like forever since last season," said Whitt.
"I got ahold of her in the corner, and that's probably what turned her around," Whitt said. "I got to her back bumper at the wrong spot at the wrong time, you know? So that's about it."