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Katherine Legge had at least one supporter in her corner when she showed up at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last week.
Michael Annett is getting closer to returning to Richard Petty Motorsports after a devastating crash in the Nationwide Series race at Daytona in February left him with a broken sternum.
Michael Annett was back at the track Saturday as a spectator, unable to drive his Richard Petty Motorsports car in the Nationwide Series race because of a fractured and dislocated sternum.
Just two races into the season and NASCAR already has a little driver discord.
NASCAR driver Michael Annett was released from a hospital Friday following surgery to repair a fractured and dislocated sternum.
NASCAR driver Michael Annett has a fracture and dislocation of his sternum that will require surgery. Aric Almirola will replace him in the Nationwide Series this weekend at Phoenix.
NASCAR driver Michael Annett has been released from the hospital after an overnight stay for a bruised chest suffered in a crash in the Nationwide Series race at Daytona.
As emergency workers tended to injured fans and ambulance sirens wailed in the background, a somber Stewart skipped the traditional post-race victory celebration. The crash began as the field closed in on the finish line and sent rookie Kyle Larson's car sailing into the fence that separates the track from the seats.
Richard Petty Motorsports and Ford Racing said Friday they will partner for a fourth consecutive season in 2013.
Ricky Stenhouse says he doesn't approach races at Iowa Speedway different than others.
The joy of a top-five finish wears off pretty fast nowadays for Michael Annett.
Richard Petty Motorsports has formed a Nationwide Series team for Michael Annett. His car will be sponsored by Pilot Flying J and will run for the Nationwide championship.
NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Michael Annett admits he drank too much and got behind the wheel. Now he's apologizing for his "horrible" judgment and hopes to prove he can turn around his life.
NASCAR has placed Nationwide Series driver Michael Annett on probation for the remainder of the year following his arrest on a charge of driving while impaired.
"Obviously, I can't wait to get back into the No. 43," Annett said.
"I was doing better until I got a cold and found out that sneezing is about the most painful thing there is," Annett said. "But other than that, I'm doing good. Honestly, I feel like I could be putting my suit on right now. We all heal differently. They said eight weeks, but they also said I would be in the ICU all night and I was there for 30 minutes. So hopefully, we can turn that eight weeks into six or seven."