Landon Cassill1989-07-07 (age 31)
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StarCom Racing has hired Quin Houff to drive for its No. 00 NASCAR Cup Series team for the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
Richard Childress Racing makes several announcements around celebrating 50th year of the organization in 2019 beginning in the Daytona 500.
As part of its continued development as a team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, StarCom Racing has purchased a charter and signed a driver for the 2019 season.
Ross Chastain’s opportunity with Chip Ganassi Racing has shuffled JD Motorsports’ driver lineup in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this weekend.
StarCom Racing will run two cars at this weekend’s NASCAR Cup series race at Dover, with 58-year-old team owner and 1990 Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope returning to driving duties.
After an off-weekend following Clint Bowyer's triumph at Martinsville Speedway, NASCAR returns this weekend for another intermediate track in Texas Motor Speedway.
Landon Cassill is back in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series car.
Our team of experts debate some of the biggest questions in NASCAR this week.
David Ragan had only been gone from Front Row Motorsports for about two years, but when he returned in the offseason, he found a much different – and better – organization.
Landon Cassill will return to Front Row Motorsports next season and he will be joined by a familiar face to the organization – David Ragan.
Landon Cassill will take over the driving duties of Front Row Motorsports’ No. 38 Fords in the Sprint Cup Series this season, multiple sources have confirmed to Motorsport.com.
Will today belong to the underdogs of stock car racing, or will the usual suspects end up in Victory Lane?
Jimmie Johnson became the first driver to win multiple races this season at TMS.
16 cautions slowed the action today.
Driver of the No. 22 Team Penske Ford falls short of his own track record.
100 laps down, and just 100 more to go in the 2015 Daytona 500.
Austin Dillon and Justin Marks will share the front row.
With wounded cars and the backups for their backups, drivers made it work and raced their way into the Daytona 500.
Justin Marks and Ron Hornaday Jr. failed to race their way in.