Carl Edwards Rumor Is Just That, a Rumor

There’s an asinine report floating around the internet now that Carl Edwards retired for the 2017 NASCAR season because he’s waiting a year then will join Team Penske for 2018. To make that ridiculous report even worse, the “sources” tell that said person said that Penske is paying Edwards millions to sit out this season too. Excuse me? What kind of “source” do you have? That’s about as made up of a story that I’ve ever heard. Anyone that knows Roger Penske knows that he’s as smart as a businessman out there….

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Carl Edwards Doesn’t Rule Out a Future Return to Racing, Won’t Use “R” (Retired) Word in Press Conference

Carl Edwards officially steps away from racing today, as he confirmed that all those rumors of a departure from NASCAR on Wednesday morning from Joe Gibbs Racing’s headquarters were indeed true. Edwards, gave three major reasons to why he’s stepping away, and said all of those factors mixed all into one is the reason to why at 37-years old, he felt it was time to hang up his helmet. But, Edwards fueled the conspiracy theory for years to come, as his name will now always come up for future rides that…

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Carl Edwards “Truly Satisfield With Career” Says 3 Key Aspects to Why He’s Stepping Away From NASCAR

Rumors started circulating on Tuesday that Carl Edwards would announce he retirement from full-time NASCAR driving on Wednesday morning at the Joe Gibbs Racing headquarters. That news was since confirmed with Edwards officially announcing his retirement this morning. But, with that shocking news coming out of literally no where, everyone wanted to know what would cause the 37-year old racer just step away so abruptly? Is he not healthy? Is it a contract issue? Is he being forced out? What’s the deal?

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Carl Edwards Retires From NASCAR, Daniel Suarez Set to Replace Him With Joe Gibbs Racing

On Tuesday, it was leaked that another retirement announcement is set to shake the NASCAR world this week. Last year, Tony Stewart retired from the sport while that comes after Jeff Gordon retired on a full-time basis in 2015. Now, it appears that Carl Edwards will join them, as he’s set to announce his retirement officially in a press conference on Wednesday morning. Edwards, 37, is now ready to focus on future endeavors, as his days of racing 38 weekends in a year have become a bear. The announcement is…

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Toyota’s Phenomenal 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Season

The 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season may not have ended the way that Toyota or its talented pool of drivers had hoped it would, with Chevrolet driver Jimmie Johnson hoisting the championship trophy at the Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 20, but the manufacturer can certainly hold its head high after another dominating season in NASCAR’s premiere series. Toyota dominated over its two competing manufacturers, Chevrolet and Ford, in the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, winning 16 of the season’s 36 races. That’s remarkable. Additionally, Toyota drivers led an astounding…

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Jimmie Johnson Wins Record Tying 7th Career Sprint Cup Championship With Ford EcoBoost 400 Victory

HOMESTEAD, Fla – History was made on Sunday night at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, as Jimmie Johnson tied Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty for the most career titles with his seventh career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. Johnson, had to overcome a lot this season as he nearly lost his crew chief midway through the year as team owner Rick Hendrick told reporters on Friday afternoon that in the midst of their summer slump, that he contemplated splitting Johnson and Chad Knaus up. But, they over came that and had six…

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Johnson/Truex Lead Final 2 Sprint Cup Practices on Saturday in Homestead

HOMESTEAD, Fla – The final two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice sessions of the 2016 season occurred on Saturday morning at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, as the 40 drivers competing in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 (2:30 p.m. ET/NBC/MRN) had their last two chances to dial their cars in for their liking for tomorrow’s season finale In the first session, Hendrick Motorsports led the way as Chase title contender Jimmie Johnson topped the speed charts with a speed of 174.345 mph in his No. 48 Chevrolet. Johnson, has never won at Homestead…

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