Carl Edwards visited Darlington Raceway this week for the 11th time in his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career starting the day in 21st position. The Roush Fenway Racing driver battled with a car that was loose for most of the day and lacked any front grip as he ran in the middle of the pack for the majority of the 367 lap race. The crew worked diligently on pit road, making multiple...
Carl Edwards knows his way around a victory lane or two. The Sprint Cup Series driver talked to media members Friday at the Darlington Raceway about what happens when you win a race. “Victory lane is so much fun. It is just cool. The hard part about victory lane is[...]
All ISC owned NASCAR tracks did see a bump up in ticket sales right after the Dale Jr. win at Daytona.
Ford ECO Boost is the sponsor for Carl Edwards at Darlington.
Fresh From Florida is the sponsor for Aric Almirola at Darlington.
Justin Allgaier is going to have Sherwin-Williams as a sponsor at Darlington.
Mike Wallace is in the #93 Nationwide Series car at Darlington.
Kansas City isn't exactly Tinseltown, so when the Rich and Famous swing by, it's news. Tuesday brought a double dose to The K.
The "local boy," if you will, was Carl Edwards. The NASCAR driver, a native of Columbia, Mo., and a former Mizzou undergrad, watched the Royals take batting practice and chatted with manager Ned Yost. He also threw out the ceremonial first...
Coming off of last week’s big win at Bristol Motor Speedway, Carl Edwards heads to Auto Club Speedway ready to have some fun as he feels the pressure is now off of his Roush-Fenway Racing team.
“It is nice to be able to race like that. I had a good time racing last week,” he commented. “Now, to come here to one of my favorite race tracks, it has to be one of the most fun...
The rain was not holding back at Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway after two rain delays lasted more than five hours. On top of all the rain, Sunday marked one of the strangest and most disappointing endings of any NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
The slippery racetrack did not hold back Carl Edwards from driving through the finish line with his first win of the season...
Carl Edwards led Roush Fenway Racing with a fifth-place finish in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
After going down a lap early, Greg Biffle finished in 22nd place, while Ricky Stenhouse Jr. finished 27th, after an untimely penalty for speeding on pit road.
Although Dale Earnhardt Jr. entered the last lap with the lead, he ran out of fuel, allowing Brad...
Driver Carl Edwards says if NASCAR really wants to create more competition on the track and interest in the sport it needs to focus on changing the setup of the cars, not the championship format.
Edwards says drivers are already doing everything they can to win races. He says the proposed changes set forth by NASCAR chairman Brian France two weeks ago won't change that.
Via AP on Fox
January 29, 2014
Carl Edwards hoped to convert his pole-winning qualifying effort into a solid finish at Texas Motor Speedway, but his run lasted just 187 laps before the engine expired on Sunday.
"I think a valve spring broke and now they can't get the spark plug out or anything so it beat up that cylinder pretty bad," Edwards said. "We don't usually have a lot of engine...
Carl Edwards won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway. Jimmie Johnson was second followed by Denny Hamlin.
It was the first win for Edwards in 70 races. Edwards’ last win came at Las Vegas in 2011. After winning the race Edwards did his customary back-flip and then took a moment to celebrate with the fans.
Mark Martin sat on the pole for the race becoming...