It was a battle for survival in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
When it was over Kyle Busch was the only Joe Gibbs Racing to survive without major damage. He would lead the four-car team with a second-place finish, while separate accidents collected Matt Kenseth, Denny Hamlin and Carl Edwards at various times resulting in finishes of 23rd, 31st, and 35th respectively.Read More
It was another strong day for Joe Gibbs Racing with teammates battling it out for the win down to the final lap before Carl Edwards managed to edge Kyle Busch for the win in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Toyota Owner’s 400 at Richmond International Raceway.
It was back-to-back wins for Edwards who won a week ago at Bristol Motor Speedway. Meanwhile Busch held on to finish second. Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth both joined their teammates in the top ten with sixth and seventh-place finishes respectively despite each having to overcome adversity in the first half of the race.Read More
Carl Edwards dominated from start to finish and picked up his first win of the season in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Edwards led a race-high 276 laps today after starting from the pole.
Meanwhile it was a day of frustration for his Joe Gibbs Racing teammates who battled through several setbacks including a series of blown right front tires. When it was over Hamlin would be scored 20th, while Kenseth was 36th and Busch 38th.Read More
Kyle Busch swept back to back weekends with a win in tonight’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
The race was delayed nearly two hours by rain but once it started Carl Edwards proved to have the dominate car early leading 124 laps. He would have to battle back from a loose wheel at the end to finish seventh. A loose wheel would also impact Matt Kenseth, who lost a certain top ten finish but still managed to take the checkered flag in 11th. Denny Hamlin also raced inside the top ten much of the night before finishing 12th.Read More
Kyle Busch dominated this afternoon at Martinsville Speedway leading 352 laps en route to his first victory of the season in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ STP 500. Meanwhile Carl Edwards battled back from a lap down to finish sixth, while Matt Kenseth finished 15th and an accident left Denny Hamlin back in 39th.
Kyle Busch started the No. 18 M&M’S 75th Anniversary Toyota from the seventh position but was fast from the outset driving his way to the front by lap 32. Busch would hold the lead through the opening round of pit stops on lap 93. He would relinquish the lead shortly after the restart to the 4 car but the change only lasted a few laps as Busch went back to the front and held the top spot until giving way to his teammate Kenseth on lap 132. He would get that lead back shortly after a restart on lap 148 before giving way again and running third on lap 200. Busch would restart second on lap 227 and was the leader when the race reached the halfway point. He would continue to lead when the afternoon’s next caution came out on lap 312. He would restart second to Kenseth on lap 321 but quickly returned to the lead with 150 to go. Busch continued a dominant afternoon restarting as the leader with 110 laps to go. A final caution with 15 laps remaining left the leaders with a decision and the M&M’S team made the call to remain out on the track. Busch managed to do the rest from there pulling away from the field on the restart with 11 laps to go and holding on to take the checkered flag. The win essentially assures the defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion place in this year’s Chase.Read More
It was a hard fought battle at Auto Club Speedway in today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Auto Club 400. All four JGR teams would battle through adversity with Denny Hamlin leading the team with a third-place finish. Carl Edwards took the checkered flag in seventh, while two late pit road penalties left Kenseth back in 19th and a flat tire with just two laps remaining dropped Kyle Busch from an almost certain second-place finish to 25th.Read More
It was a strong day for Joe Gibbs Racing at Phoenix International Raceway with all four teams earning a spot in the top seven of today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Good Sam 500k.
Carl Edwards led JGR finishing just .010 seconds behind race winner Kevin Harvick, while Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch were close behind in third and fourth respectively, and Matt Kenseth earned a seventh-place finish.Read More
A wild weather day that included a little rain, heavy winds and even sand storms ended with Kyle Busch leading Joe Gibbs Racing with a fourth-place finish during today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Meanwhile Carl Edwards and Denny Hamlin finished 18th and 19th respectively, while a late race accident left Matt Kenseth back in 37th.Read More
Joe Gibbs Racing opened its 25th Anniversary season with a win in the sport’s biggest race when Denny Hamlin took the checkered flag in today’s Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway.
JGR was strong throughout speed weeks at the famed 2.5-mile speedway and today was certainly no different with all four JGR teams running inside the top five late in the race with an opportunity for a win. But in the end it was a bold last lap move to the outside that propelled Hamlin and the FedEx team to the win. Fittingly enough it was the first Daytona 500 victory for JGR since Dale Jarrett captured the organization’s first overall win at the race back in 1993.Read More
Denny Hamlin continued Joe Gibbs Racing’s winning ways from the 2015 season with a trip to victory lane in tonight’s Sprint Unlimited, NASCAR’s annual all-star race to open the new season.
Tonight’s race was split into two segments with an opening 25-lap run and a final 50-lap battle to the checkered flag. Hamlin’s win was his third in the annual event and it was JGR’s fourth win in the last five years. Meanwhile Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch were caught up in accidents that ended their night prior to the checkered flag. Kenseth finished 12th, Edwards 16th, and Busch 17th.Read More