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Q&A: NASCAR president Steve Phelps on driver safety, the Next Gen car, and what’s ahead in 2023 (Athletic, The) NASHVILLE — Sitting inside a conference room overlooking downtown Nashville, NASCAR president Steve Phelps pauses before answering a question, begins to reply then stops again to compose himself.

Rajah Caruth, A Nascar Drive For Diversity Graduate, Will Compete For A Nascar Championship With GMS Racing (Forbes SportsMoney) Rajah Caruth is taking the next step to advance his Nascar career, joining GMS Racing for the full Nascar Craftsman Truck Series schedule in 2023.
The 20-year-old graduate of the Nascar Drive for Diversity program will compete for the championship in the No. 24 truck for GMS. In 2022, Caruth competed in seven Xfinity Series races and four Truck Series events, all while attending Winston-Salem State University.

Formula E and Julius Baer sign multi-year extension (SportsPro Insider)
  • Julius Baer first partnered with Formula E in 2014
  • Will also title sponsor the São Paulo round on 25th March
All-electric racing series Formula E has signed a multi-year extension with long-term partner Julius Baer that will see the banking corporation remain a partner until 2026.

F1 confirms Chinese GP cancellation (SportsPro Insider) Formula One has announced that next year’s Chinese Grand Prix will be cancelled.

The race in Shanghai – due to take place on 16th April – has been scrapped amid ongoing coronavirus restrictions in the country.

The sport is now facing a four-week hole in the 2023 calendar with the defunct round in China sandwiched by races in Melbourne on 2nd April and Azerbaijan on 30th April.

Joey Logano, in a new Fox special, gets welcomed into exclusive NASCAR club (Athletic, The) CONCORD, N.C. — Standing inside a building on the sprawling Hendrick Motorsports campus, Joey Logano was feeling out of place. And it had nothing to do with the Team Penske driver paying a first-ever visit to a rival organization’s headquarters.

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