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By Jerry BonkowskiFeb 21, 2014, 2:06 PM EST

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – For the first time since 1996, there will not be a team in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series with “Earnhardt” in its corporate name.

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The string began in 1996 when the late Dale Earnhardt formed Dale Earnhardt Inc. In less than a decade, it had become one of the premier teams in Cup competition, with son and namesake Dale Earnhardt Jr. as its on-track figurehead.

During his tenure with DEI, Junior earned 17 of his 19 career Cup victories, including a season-high six wins in 2004, beginning with an emotional victory in the season-opening Daytona 500.

But once Junior left DEI for Hendrick Motorsports in 2008, the once-feared company began by the man they called The Intimidator began to slowly disappear.

Now, the Earnhardt corporate name is essentially extinct.

After an ill-fated and short-lived merger with Ginn Racing in mid-2007, team owner Teresa Earnhardt lent her company’s name and some of its assets to fellow team owner Chip Ganassi, forming Earnhardt Ganassi Racing in 2009.

In the year before Junior left the family fold, Earnhardt’s widow also lent her late husband’s surname to Richard Childress Racing to form a new business – known as Earnhardt-Childress Racing Technology – designed to build motors for both RCR and other teams that would lease the engines.

But as the Earnhardt name lived on with other teams, Teresa Earnhardt withdrew more and more from being active in racing. She continued to oversee the still-thriving souvenir business that memorialized her late husband and kept his name and legend alive, but that was about it.

Now in 2014, in the same year that Austin Dillon has brought back Earnhardt’s fabled No. 3 for the first time since Dale was killed in the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500, what was Earnhardt Ganassi Racing for the last five seasons has reverted back to its original name prior to joining forces with Earnhardt, namely Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates.

And what was Earnhardt-Childress Racing Technology has quietly become simply ECR, with a team source telling MotorSportsTalk that “the E no longer stands for anything. It doesn’t stand for Earnhardt. It’s just ECR now.”

Ganassi spoke to MotorSportsTalk at Daytona International Speedway on Friday about how the relationship with Teresa Earnhardt essentially disappeared with time, to the point where it no longer made sense to keep her late husband’s surname as part of the team.

“I wish I could explain it but I can’t explain it,” Ganassi said. “I don’t have a good answer for you. We had a relationship and I don’t know what happened. We can’t get her on the phone; it’s hard to try to communicate with somebody. She obviously has some other things on her plate, I guess, and that’s her prerogative.

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“She was never active in the team. I think she wanted to keep the name out there to some extent, and I don’t know what Richard’s (Childress) relationship is there (Earnhardt), but it’s kinda the same thing.

“There’s no ill will, I just don’t have an answer, to tell you the truth. She just wasn’t there anymore.”

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Meyer Shank Racing wins Petit Le Mans to take final DPi championship in dramatic finale

By Nate RyanOct 1, 2022, 10:15 PM EDT

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Meyer Shank Racing outdueled Wayne Taylor Racing to win the Petit Le Mans and clinch the championship in a thrilling final race for the DPi division.

Tom Blomqvist, who started from the pole position, drove the No. 60 Acura ARX-05 to a 4.369-second victory over Pipo Derani in the No. 31 Action Express Cadillac.

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“That was incredible,” Blomqvist told NBC Sports’ Matt Yocum. “I’ve never dug so deep in my life. The adrenaline. I did that for the guys. I was so motivated to win this thing this weekend. But I’ve got to thank everyone on the whole team.”

With co-drivers Oliver Jarvis and Helio Castroneves, Blomqvist helped MSR bookend its season-opening victory in the Rolex 24 at Daytona by winning Saturday’s IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season finale at Michelin Road Atlanta.

2022 IMSA CHAMPS!!!! What. A. Year. Let’s go celebrate. @tom_blomqvist // @ollyjarvis // @h3lio pic.twitter.com/VqA5llIvbf

— Meyer Shank Racing (@MeyerShankRac) October 2, 2022

In between those two victories, the No. 60 earned five runner-up finishes to stay in the thick of the championship hunt and trail WTR’s No. 10 Acura by 14 points entering Saturday’s race.

WTR’s Filipe Albuquerque had a lead of more than 10 seconds over Blomqvist with less than 50 minutes remaining in the 10-hour race.

But a Turn 1 crash between the Chip Ganassi Racing Cadillacs brought out a yellow that sent both Acuras into the pits from the top two positions.

Though he entered in second, Blomqvist barely beat Albuquerque out of the pits, and he held the lead for the final 45 minutes.

WOW!
The 60 wins the battle off pit road and takes the lead over the 10 in the race for the @IMSA DPi championship.

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Blomqvist said he gained the lead because of a shorter fuel fill after he had worked on being efficient in the second-to-last stint.

“The team asked a big job of me with the fuel; I had a big fuel number to hit,” Blomqvist said. “We knew that was probably our only chance. The yellow came at the right time and obviously we had a bit less fuel to fill up, so I was able to jump him and then it was just a matter of going gung-ho and not leaving anything on the line. And obviously, the opposition had to try too hard to make it work. I’m so thankful.”

Albuquerque closed within a few car lengths of Blomqvist with 14 minutes remaining, but he damaged his suspension because of contact with a GT car in Turn 1.

It’s the first prototype championship for Meyer Shank Racing, which also won the 2021 Indy 500 with Castroneves.

“We’ve had in the last four years, three championships for Acura, the Indy 500 win and the Rolex 24, it doesn’t get any better,” team co-owner Mike Shank told NBC Sports’ Kevin Lee.

It’s the third consecutive runner-up finish in the points standings for Wayne Taylor Racing, which won the first Daytona Prototype international championship in 2017. The premier category will be rebranded as the Grand Touring Prototype (GTP) class with the LMDh cars that will establish a bridge to racing in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Kamui Kobayashi finished third in the No. 48 Cadillac of Action Express that also includes Jimmie Johnson and Mike Rockenfeller.

The podium showing marked Johnson’s last scheduled race in IMSA’s top prototype division. The seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion has raced in the No. 48 Ally Cadillac lineup as the Action Express entry has run the Endurance Cup races.

Johnson said a lack of inventory will preclude him having a 2023 ride in the top category. But he still is hopeful of racing the Garage 56 Next Gen Camaro in next year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans and possibly running in a lower class for the Rolex 24 at Daytona.

“I’d love to be at Le Mans next year,” Johnson told NBC Sports’ Dillon Welch after his final stint Saturday. “I’d love to be at the Rolex 24. The series is going through a shake-up with the reconfiguration of the rules and classes, so I don’t have anything locked down yet, but I’m so thankful for this experience with Action. The support Ally has given us, Mr. Hendrick, Chad Knaus, all of Hendrick Motorsports. It’s been a fun two years, and I certainly hope I’m on the grid again next year.”

FAQs

What did Chip Ganassi do? ›

Floyd Ganassi Jr. (born May 24, 1958) better known as Chip Ganassi, is an American businessman, former racing driver, current team owner and member of the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. He has been involved with the North American auto racing scene for over 30 years.

What happened to Dale Earnhardts race team? ›

In the late-2000s, DEI suffered critical financial difficulties after drivers Dale Earnhardt Jr., and sponsors Anheuser-Busch, National Automotive Parts Association and United States Army left the team; DEI consequently merged with Chip Ganassi Racing in 2009, moving their equipment into the latter's shop, while the ...

What happened to Chip Ganassi Racing? ›

On June 30, 2021, it was announced that Trackhouse Racing Team, owned by former NASCAR and Chip Ganassi Racing driver Justin Marks and rapper Pitbull, had purchased the entirety of Chip Ganassi Racing's NASCAR team, effective after the 2021 season which marked the end of Ganassi's involvement in NASCAR.

Who is on the Chip Ganassi Racing team? ›

Chip Ganassi Racing is with Scott Dixon and 2 others.

Scott Dixon and the No. PNC Bank Honda made history today by becoming the first driver in NTT INDYCAR SERIES history to finish 100% of the total laps in multiple seasons (2022, 2020).

What NASCAR owner is quitting? ›

ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin – The reaction to the impending exit from NASCAR by Chip Ganassi hit home for Kyle Larson, who no longer drives for the team owner but still credits him for his big break. “I was blown away by it,” said Larson, who tweeted a heartfelt tribute to Ganassi.

Which NASCAR team is being sold? ›

But Ganassi, in a shocking move, sold his NASCAR team and operations to Justin Marks and Trackhouse Racing Team following the 2021 season, leaving his two drivers, Kurt Busch and Ross Chastain, to find new homes for the 2022 season.

Does Dale Jr get along with Teresa Earnhardt? ›

Teresa's strained relationship with Dale Jr. is particularly well documented. They two never really got along, but in 2007, Junior cut Teresa out of his life completely when he announced that he would not be returning to DEI for the 2008 season, leaving the NASCAR team for Hendrick Motorsports.

Why did Budweiser leave Dale Jr? ›

The Hendrick team announced Friday that Budweiser would not continue as the sponsor of Earnhardt's car next season because of Hendrick's “long-term contractual commitments to existing sponsors.”

Are Dale Earnhardt Jr and Michael Waltrip friends? ›

One of those close friends was Michael Waltrip, who drove for Earnhardt's Cup Series team — Dale Earnhardt Incorporated. It was Waltrip who won the fateful Daytona 500 where Earnhardt lost his life. The victory, his first in 463 Cup Series points-paying races.

How much did it cost to buy Chip Ganassi Racing? ›

Here's who bought it. CONCORD, N.C. — The Chip Ganassi Racing shop in Concord is under new ownership, real estate records show. On Sept. 3, an entity affiliated with Hendrick Automotive Group acquired the Ganassi shop for $10.2 million, according to Cabarrus County real estate records.

Who owns NASCAR 42? ›

NASCAR driver Noah Gragson joins Petty GMS, will drive No. 42 car in Cup Series.

Who did Trackhouse Racing by? ›

Just after 9 p.m. on June 30, 2021, Trackhouse Racing sent out a media alert. It was one line, simple and to the point, without hinting at what was to come. “Trackhouse Racing founder Justin Marks will make a major announcement.”

Who owns the number eight IndyCar? ›

The 2020 season saw the return of its No. 8 entry, driven by former Alfa Romeo Racing driver Marcus Ericsson. Scott Dixon started the delayed 2020 season very strong, winning the first three races at Texas, Indianapolis, and Road America.

Does Cadillac have a race car? ›

Cadillac Racing DPi-V.R were built to compete in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship—a racing series that features multiple vehicle classes and endurance races.

What's with the milk at Indy 500? ›

The tradition started in 1936 when Louis Meyer drank buttermilk in Victory Lane because his mother said it would refresh him on a hot day, according to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A dairy industry executive saw a marketing opportunity and milk has been part of every race since 1956.

Who owns NASCAR? ›

The privately owned company was founded by Bill France Sr. in 1948, and his son, Jim France, has been the CEO since August 2018. The company is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida. Each year, NASCAR sanctions over 1,500 races at over 100 tracks in 48 US states as well as in Canada, Mexico, and Europe.

How many Indy cars does Chip Ganassi have? ›

About Chip Ganassi

Today, his teams include four Honda cars in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, two Cadillac Dpi's in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and one GMC Hummer EV in Extreme-E.

How did Chip Ganassi get rich? ›

Chip Ganassi is a former American racecar driver and current racing team owner who has a net worth of $100 million. He founded Chip Ganassi Racing in 1990, and he is also the organization's CEO.

Why is Ganassi getting out of NASCAR? ›

The future of Ganassi's NASCAR operation depended on Larson, but Ganassi fired him last year over Larson's use of a racial slur. There wasn't really any other decision to make. Ganassi could keep Larson or he could keep the sponsors that keep the lights on at the shop. Larson got a pink slip.

How much is it to own a NASCAR team? ›

Final Thoughts. It costs around $15 million to run a NASCAR team, but it can cost upwards of $20 million. Whether you are owning a NASCAR Cup team, an Xfinity team, or a Truck Series team, it is not a cheap endeavor. Even the Xfinity and Truck Series cost seven figures to start and maintain through one season.

What team did Trackhouse buy? ›

Trackhouse Racing co-owner Justin Marks announced Wednesday that his Trackhouse Entertainment Group has purchased Chip Ganassi Racing's NASCAR operation. The deal will be completed following the 2021 Cup season.

Does Dale Jr own a NASCAR team? ›

JR Motorsports is the professional race team owned by Dale Earnhardt Jr. JR Motorsports tours nationally in the NASCAR Xfinity Series with four full-time entries and has three championships (2014, 2017 and 2018) to its credit and 58 series victories.

Who owns Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet? ›

Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet. The mecca for NASCAR and automotive enthusiasts! Founded in 1987 by Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Teresa Earnhardt.

Where is Kasey Kahne now? ›

Kasey Kahne will race with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car series full-time in the No. 9 Kasey Kahne Racing (KKR) car in 2022, joining three-time defending champion Brad Sweet in the two-car team. All three of Sweet's championships came with KKR.

Did Budweiser sponsor Dale Earnhardt? ›

At the height of Dale Earnhardt Jr's fame, he drove the No. 8 car, sponsored by Budweiser. Yet, being the face of an entire sport meant that he wasn't able to partake in his sponsors product without creating a public stir. So what did he do?

Which NASCAR driver is sponsored by Budweiser? ›

Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 4 Budweiser/Jimmy John's Chevrolet SS for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), is helping turn back the clock with a special commemorative Budweiser paint scheme for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.)

What does Mike Davis do for Dale Earnhardt Jr? ›

Mike Davis has been named President and Executive Producer of Dirty Mo Media. He also has become an equity partner in the company, Earnhardt Jr. announced. Davis will devote all efforts to the continued expansion of Dirty Mo Media, which he co-founded in 2013 and launched with The Dale Jr.

Who was Dale Earnhardt teammate? ›

In the closing laps, after a major accident triggered a red flag, Waltrip came out with the race lead. It was between Michael Waltrip and his DEI teammate, Dale Earnhardt Jr., for the Daytona 500 win.

Is Starcom Racing shutting down? ›

StarCom Racing (SCR) was an American professional stock car racing team that last competed in the NASCAR Cup Series.
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StarCom Racing.
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened2017
Closed2021
Career
Debut2017 Hollywood Casino 400 (Kansas)
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How much did CGR sell for? ›

The NASCAR side of Chip Ganassi Racing operated out of a building on 22-acres of property in North Carolina. The building has since been sold for $10.2 million. That sale was completed on Sept. 3.

How did Michael Jordan get a NASCAR team? ›

Jordan officially became the owner 23XI Racing with Hamlin as his minority partner. They selected Bubba Wallace as their driver and won their first race in October 2021 at Talladega.

Who will Noah Gragson drive for in 2023? ›

A long-rumored announcement was made earlier this month when Petty GMS Motorsports confirmed that Noah Gragson is set to join the team as the full-time driver of the #42 Chevrolet for the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Who will drive the #1 car in 2022? ›

1 Chevrolet for Trackhouse Racing, Will Join Daniel Suárez as Teammate in 2022 Cup Series Season. Trackhouse Racing announced today that Ross Chastain will drive the organization's second NASCAR Cup Series entry starting in 2022 and revealed his car will be the No.

Who will drive the 42 car in 2023? ›

The top-3 drivers in the NASCAR Xfinity Series during the 2022 season are all expected to move up to the top level starting in 2023. One of them has already been confirmed as of now. Noah Gragson will drive the No. 42 car for Petty GMS Motorsports after running approximately half of the Cup Series events this season.

Does Pitbull own Trackhouse Racing? ›

Recording artist Pitbull is now the co-owner of NASCAR's Trackhouse Racing Team, joining Justin Marks in the endeavor. The rapper, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, tweeted that he's been a fan of stock car racing since he first watched the 1990 Tom Cruise film, Days of Thunder.

Did NASCAR get sold? ›

Team owner Chip Ganassi announced in late June the sale of his NASCAR operation to Trackhouse Racing owner Justin Marks and his team at the end of the season.

What NASCAR car does Pitbull Own? ›

About Trackhouse

Trackhouse Racing Team, founded by Justin Marks with co-owner Pitbull, will be entering it's second season in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2022. This time, they will be fielding two cars with Daniel Suarez returning in the No. 99 Chevrolet.

What car number has won the most Indy 500? ›

As for the car number with the most Indy 500 wins, the No. 3, currently used by Penske Racing's Scott McLaughlin, has been to victory lane at Indianapolis 11 times.

What is red flag at Indy? ›

Red Flag: Signals that the race stops immediately, regardless of position of cars on the track. Black Flag: Directs a driver to proceed to the pits on the next lap and to consult with race officials.

What's the difference between F1 and Indy 500? ›

F1 have long not raced on ovals, whereas one of IndyCar's biggest attractions is oval racing. Around a quarter of the IndyCar calendar is made up of ovals, including the Indy 500, with the rest of the schedule featuring a mix of street circuits and road courses, which are permanent race tracks.

What is a LMDh car? ›

An LMDh (Le Mans Daytona h) is a type of sports prototype race car that will compete alongside Le Mans Hypercar entries in the Grand Touring Prototype (GTP) class of the IMSA SportsCar Championship from 2023. It also competes in the Hypercar class of the FIA World Endurance Championship.

What engine does Cadillac use? ›

Just like the current DPi-V.R, the GTP is built by Dallara in Italy. It also features a brand-new double-overhead cam 5.5-liter naturally aspirated V8, which is the same displacement as the motors found in the DPi-V.R.

What does GTD stand for in racing? ›

GT Daytona (GTD)

The GT Daytona cars are enhanced (not defined by) technology and utilize the global FIA-GT3 specification.

Why do they kiss the bricks at Indy? ›

The tradition of "kissing the bricks" was started by NASCAR champion Dale Jarrett. After his Brickyard 400 victory in 1996, Jarrett and crew chief Todd Parrott decided to walk out to the start-finish line, kneel and kiss the Yard of Bricks to pay tribute to the fabled history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

How much does the driver get for winning the Indy 500? ›

By INDYCAR | Published: May 30, 2022

This year's average payout for drivers was $485,000. “The Indianapolis 500 is the greatest race in the world, and these drivers lay it all on the line for a chance to drink the winner's milk and kiss the famous Yard of Bricks,” Roger Penske said.

Why do car racers pour milk on themselves? ›

It's a tradition. In 1936, Louis Meyer drank some in Victory Lane because his mother said it would refresh him on a hot day, according to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A dairy industry executive saw a marketing opportunity and milk has been part of every race since 1956.

Why did Chip Ganassi get out of NASCAR? ›

There is no single reason Ganassi is leaving NASCAR and he is certainly not leaving racing. Alex Palou's championship in September in his first season of IndyCar with Ganassi was Ganassi's 14th in American open wheel racing. Six of the sport's legends have won titles for Ganassi.

How much did Ganassi sell for? ›

End of dialog window. Chip Ganassi Racing has sold its 22-acre headquarters to a top competitor as the Concord-based NASCAR team shuts down. A limited liability company whose mailing address is the same as Hendrick Automotive Group in Charlotte bought the Ganassi team property for $10.2 million on Sept.

Did Chip Ganassi win Indy 500? ›

Together, they have won 13 Open Wheel titles (4 in CART, 9 in IndyCar), 5 Grand-Am sports car championships, and wins in the Indianapolis 500 (Five times), Daytona 500, Brickyard 400, 24 Hours of Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring and a 24 Hours of Le Mans class win, and over 200 wins across all categories.

How much is Chip Ganassi Racing worth? ›

He was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Therefore, he is an American by birth. How much is Chip Ganassi's net worth? His net worth is estimated at $100 million.

Did Chip Ganassi sell his IndyCar team? ›

That's why it was big news last week when Ganassi, who is based in Pittsburgh, sold his NASCAR team to Justin Marks, owner of Trackhouse Racing. “He made me a great offer that required my attention. The team wasn't for sale,” Ganassi told The Associated Press.

How many Indy cars does Chip Ganassi have? ›

About Chip Ganassi

Today, his teams include four Honda cars in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, two Cadillac Dpi's in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and one GMC Hummer EV in Extreme-E.

Who owns the 42 car in NASCAR? ›

STATESVILLE, N.C. — Petty GMS Motorsports announced the final piece of its 2023 driver lineup Wednesday, promoting Noah Gragson to the NASCAR Cup Series full-time in the No. 42 Chevrolet and signing him to a multiyear deal.

Which team did Trackhouse Racing buy? ›

Trackhouse Racing co-owner Justin Marks announced Wednesday that his Trackhouse Entertainment Group has purchased Chip Ganassi Racing's NASCAR operation. The deal will be completed following the 2021 Cup season.

Is Starcom Racing shutting down? ›

StarCom Racing (SCR) was an American professional stock car racing team that last competed in the NASCAR Cup Series.
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StarCom Racing.
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened2017
Closed2021
Career
Debut2017 Hollywood Casino 400 (Kansas)
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How much is it to own a NASCAR team? ›

Final Thoughts. It costs around $15 million to run a NASCAR team, but it can cost upwards of $20 million. Whether you are owning a NASCAR Cup team, an Xfinity team, or a Truck Series team, it is not a cheap endeavor. Even the Xfinity and Truck Series cost seven figures to start and maintain through one season.

What's with the milk at Indy 500? ›

The tradition started in 1936 when Louis Meyer drank buttermilk in Victory Lane because his mother said it would refresh him on a hot day, according to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A dairy industry executive saw a marketing opportunity and milk has been part of every race since 1956.

What caused the red flag at the Indy 500? ›

Jimmie Johnson's first Indianapolis 500 ended in disappointing fashion Sunday, with the former NASCAR star crashing on the 194th lap of the 200-lap race. Johnson's crash had a massive ripple effect on the race, with debris from his No. 48 car resulting in a red flag with just four laps remaining.

What's Roger Penske worth? ›

What is Nascar driver Jimmie Johnson's net worth? ›

As we have already discussed Jimmie Johnson has a net worth of 170 million dollars. Most of that money has been earned on race car tracks. As a NASCAR driver, he has earned almost 200 million dollars worth of prize money throughout his career.

How rich is Tony Stewart? ›

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tony Stewart has an estimated net worth of approximately $90million, as of July 2022. His main source of wealth is said to be from his career in the motorsports industry.

What is Richard Pettys net worth? ›

According to Celebrity Net Worth, he has a net worth of $65 million dollars. Petty was the 1st driver to win in his 500th race start. He was inducted into the Hall in 2010.

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