The last Dodge in NASCAR is now up for sale. MBM Motorsports ran its Dodge Challenger through the 2018 season, but since they won’t be able to keep racing it next year, the team announced on Twitter that it’s up for sale. … Dodge officially pulled out of NASCAR’s top three series in 2012.
Is there any Dodge cars in NASCAR?
Penske Racing currently fields two Dodge Charger cars in the Sprint Cup Series and two Dodge Challenger cars in the Nationwide Series. … In 2010, Brad Keselowski captured the NASCAR Nationwide Series championship driving a Dodge from Penske Racing.
Does Dodge race in NASCAR 2020?
After years away from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Dodge will announce later this week of plans to return to NASCAR.
Does Jeff Gordon still own the 48 car?
A journey that began as Gordon/Evernham Motorsports and JG Motorsports in the Busch Series, and eventually transitioned to the Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 in the Cup Series with Jimmie Johnson will reach its intended destination in January when Jeff Gordon officially becomes a co-owner alongside Rick Hendrick.
Is Honda going to join NASCAR?
As NASCAR continues their plan to evolve the sport, their focus is expanding from tracks and new cars to who is making those cars. … Both BMW and Honda have denied interest in coming to the sport despite past rumors, but they are still involved in almost every other form of motorsport.
Can you buy a NASCAR engine?
Chevrolet manufactures R07 engines, which can be purchased new through one of the licensed race teams, such as Hendrick Motorsports, but it’s difficult to purchase a complete engine from a team. For Hendrick, the pistons, oiling system, and camshafts are top-secret bits you can’t buy.