We’re one week closer to Daytona, which means it’s time to look two more technically-aligned teams, including one of NASCAR’s newest teams, owned by NBA legend Michael Jordan.
This week’s 2021 team preview looks at two technically-aligned Ford teams as they inch closer to victory lane and a championship.
Ever since the organization formed in 2009, Stewart-Haas Racing has been a formidable force on race day. Here’s what to look for from the organization in 2021.
Two of NASCAR’s most famous teams are looking to improve their performances in 2020. One team appears to be on the up-and-up while the future for the other team is uncertain.
Chip Ganassi has made it known that he likes winners, and in 2021, he believes he’s got two of them lined up to drive his Chevrolets to multiple victories in the NASCAR Cup Series. Kurt Busch will return to the no. 1 car for his third season with Ganassi and Ross Chastain will finally have the opportunity to drive a Ganassi-powered Chevrolet after his Xfinity deal with Ganassi fell through due to a loss in sponsorship during the 2018-2019 offseason.
Preparations for Daytona Speedweeks is in full swing for NASCAR teams and here at Last Out Media. Here’s the first of seven 2021 team previews: Roush Fenway Racing.