NASCAR tweaks Shootout eligibility rules for 2013

About 12 hours after the closest finish in Budweiser Shootout history, NASCAR has tweaked eligibility requirements for the exhibition event. The sanctioning body says next year's field will include 2012 pole winners in the Sprint Cup Series and past

DAYTONA BEACH — Chad Knaus may be getting an early respite from the long grind of the NASCAR season. NASCAR president Mike Helton said Saturday that it's a "high likelihood" that Knaus will be penalized for infractions found during Daytona 500

NASCAR today released the eligibility requirements for the 2013 Shootout at Daytona, an announcement that signals a return to the fan-favorite preseason event's roots. Next season's field will consist of 2012 Coors Light Pole winners and past Shootout

Kyle Larson, a 19-year-old Japanese American driver who will race for the NASCAR Drive For Diversity team in 2012, has signed a development contract with Earnhardt Ganassi Racing. NASCAR News Now · scene_t1 · Home · News · Sprint Cup · Nationwide · Camping World · News Archive · Commentary · Carolyn Brewster · Kenny Bruce · Kris Johnson · Jeff Owens · Bob Pockrass · Polls · Stock Cartoons · Stats · Drivers · Results · Schedules

They've just kept that and stayed alive all the way until now, so they're one of the greatest teams in NASCAR to drive for." DID YOU EVER ALLOW YOURSELF TO THINK THAT AFTER LAST YEAR THINGS SHOULD BE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR, LIKE YOU WOULD HAVE A FULL-TIME