Wrangler To Sponsor Blaney This Weekend In Kansas And Future Races Too

Team Penske has announced a new partnership with VF Workwear.  Under the multi-year agreement, VF Workwear’s Wrangler Riggs brand will be the primary sponsor of the No. 12 Ford Fusion driven by Ryan Blaney in the NASCAR Cup Series, beginning with this weekend’s event at Kansas Speedway. The new partnership also includes VF brands serving as a primary sponsor on the No. 12 Ford for the Cup Series races at Michigan (June) and Kansas (October) in both 2019 and 2020. The VF Workwear family of brands features names that are…

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Blaney Flying Under The Radar While Trends Say Bowyer and Bowman May Be In Trouble

Ryan Blaney was picked by a handful of experts to be eliminated from the first round of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. After his thrilling win on the Charlotte ROVAL, he moved onto the Round of 12. In this round, may predicted he’d be eliminated again. After the first race, he’s 10 points to the good IN. But, we all see how quickly that could change with a track like Talladega coming up. 

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Final 6 Laps Including Wild Last Turn, Last Lap Moves Enables Blaney To Win Crazy Bank of America ROVAL 400

CONCORD, NC – The ROVAL did its job for NASCAR. It wasn’t a race full of chaos like initially expected but was chaotic enough in the end to give us highlight reels for decades. Martin Truex Jr. was well on his way to his fifth victory of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. Two of which would have been on road courses. Instead, Jimmie Johnson who was running in second place and well on his way to a second round berth in the playoffs pushed way too hard and…

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Blaney’s Late Race Mistake Due To Confusion From XFINITY Series Race Run Earlier

INDIANAPOLIS – Only five drivers were running both NASCAR races from the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval on Monday. Ryan Blaney was one of them. Blaney, had a great opportunity to earn a top five finish in both as he finished third in the NASCAR XFINITY Series race earlier on in the day and was running inside of the top five in the closing stages of the Brickyard 400 too. But, Blaney made a costly error on his final pit stop of the day which cost him several positions. As a…

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Can Penske Sweep The Major Events At The Indianapolis Motor Speedway This Year?

Team Penske is arguably the best there’s ever been at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in terms of the Indianapolis 500. Will Power just gave them their 17th Indy 500 back in May. If you want to win the ‘500, your best option is with Penske. Power, also took his No. 12 Chevrolet to victory in the INDYCAR Grand Prix on May 12 too. But, what about NASCAR?

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Blaney Once Again Leads a Ton Of Laps At Bristol, Finishes 7th

Back in the spring, Ryan Blaney led 100 of the first 117 laps on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Bristol (Tenn) Motor Speedway but he was collected in a crash while leading. He’d finish a disappointing 35th as a result. On Saturday night, Blaney once again had a good race on the .533-mile concrete oval. The Team Penske driver led a race high 121 of 500 laps in the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night race but once again, despite leading a lot of laps, he didn’t…

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Hamlin, Blaney Quietly Getting The Job Done This Weekend In New Hampshire

All the attention this weekend at New Hampshire has been centered around Toyota and the “Big 3.” Toyota, enters Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 (1 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) on the heels of four straight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victories including six of the last seven. Furthermore, they’ve led 97.1-percent of the overall laps around the Magic Mile over the last two years and have won five of the last six races there too. On Friday’s first practice session, they had three of the top four speeds. On Saturday…

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Blaney Gets Back On Track With Runner Up Finish In Kentucky

SPARTA, KY – Ryan Blaney just wanted to salvage a good finish this weekend. See, he was on a demotivating slump heading into this weekend’s Quaker State 400. Blaney, went from being a legitimate Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title contender to outside of the top 10 in the points standings. It’s not like he hasn’t had a fast race car though. Entering Saturday night’s race, Blaney led the third most laps in all of the series this season. He just hasn’t had the luck to go along with the speed. 

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Blaney Everybody’s Pick For Saturday’s Quaker State 400, Can He Win?

SPARTA, KY – Can we get two straight weeks of young gun Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers winning? Last week, the President of the International Speedway Corporation put some of the blame for sagging attendance and TV ratings on the lack of young drivers in victory lane this year. Prior to last weekend’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at the Daytona International Speedway, 15 of the 17 drivers to win this season were 32 years of age or older. Coincidentally enough, the two youngest drivers to win this year were both…

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Ryan Blaney Earns Pocono 400 (2 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN/SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) Pole

Ryan Blaney returns to the race weekend that netted him his first and current only Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory. Last year, Blaney held off Kevin Harvick en route to a win in the June Pocono race weekend. Now, in the return trip, Blaney earned the Busch Light Pole. Blaney’s final-round lap of 176.897 mph in the Team Penske No. 12 Ford sealed the No. 1 starting spot in Sunday’s Pocono 400 (2 p.m. ET, FS1, MRN, SiriusXM). Blaney, who scored his first Monster Energy Series victory in this…

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