Daytona 500 – Christopher Bell – No. 20 DEWALT Toyota Camry Preview

Daytona 500: Christopher Bell will make his second Daytona 500 start this Sunday, February 14th. Bell qualified 19th in 2020 for his first career Daytona 500 start. Bell teamed up with his fellow Toyota teammates throughout the race and under caution on lap 185 he was sitting second. Unfortunately, when racing resumed, he found himself without drafting help and got shuffled back in the field. While working his way back forward he sustained damage when a car spun in front of him, resulting in a 21st-place finish for Bell.

Joe Gibbs Racing Announces Agreement With Offerpad

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (February 8, 2021) – Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announces an agreement with Offerpad to serve as the primary sponsor for two races on the No. 11 Toyota Camry with driver Denny Hamlin in the NASCAR Cup Series and four races on the No. 20 Toyota Supra with driver Harrison Burton in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

It’s Good To Be Genuine Toyota Racing: Daniel Suárez Supermarket Heroes 500 at Bristol Preview

MOORESVILLE, North Carolina (May 29, 2020) – It’s time for a little change of scenery for Daniel Suárez and the No. 96 It’s Good To Be Genuine Toyota Camry team for Gaunt Brothers Racing (GBR). After four races in the Carolinas during an 11-day stretch that ended a 70-day hiatus for the NASCAR Cup Series due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they’ll take to the concrete, high-banked, half-mile Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway oval for the some short-track racing.   Sunday’s Supermarket Heroes 500 marks the ninth race of 2020 for the…

Brandon Jones / No. 19 Toyota Service Centers Toyota Supra Preview

No. 19 Toyota Service Centers Toyota Supra News and Notes: NASCAR IS BACK:  The NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) goes back racing at Darlington Raceway this Tuesday after an unprecedented hiatus. The race is usually a classic on Labor Day Weekend, but because of the historic current world conditions it will be the first Xfinity Series race since Brandon Jones’ huge win 10 weeks ago at Phoenix.  It will be a single day event with no fans in the stands, no practice or qualifying. Drivers will go straight to their cars and run the 147-lap…