Michael Annett1986-06-23 (age 33)
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Michael Annett has been a driver for JR Motorsports since 2017 but until this season he hadn’t felt like a contributor.
Travis Mack, who began the season as Kasey Kahne’s crew chief in the NASCAR Cup Series, is returning to JR Motorsports.
JR Motorsports announced Friday Michael Annett would return to the organization next season and it planned to once again field four full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series teams.
Saturday’s TheHouse.com 300 at Chicagoland Speedway is the final opportunity for Xfinity Series drivers to race their way into the playoffs.
Two races remain before the NASCAR Xfinity Series kicks off its 12-driver championship playoff at Kentucky Speedway and there remain plenty of unknowns.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kasey Kahne will each make two starts in fifth JR Motorsports entry
HScott Motorsports has fielded two cars in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the last two years, but they will not return for 2017.
JR Motorsports is expanding to four full-time teams in the NASCAR Xfinity Series next season adding veteran Michael Annett to the organization’s lineup.
Mere hours before the start of the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway, HScott Motorsports announced that Michael Annett will not be able to compete.
Denny Hamlin, who won the most recent pole at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, led the way in a mostly incident-free practice session on Friday.
A relatively incident-free race at Texas Motor Speedway erupted into a multi-car wreck reminiscent of NASCAR’s superspeedways, collecting over a dozen cars.
The No. 46 HScott Motorsports Sprint Cup hauler caught fire on Interstate 20 in Longview, Texas.
Michael Annett was transported to the infield care center via a stretcher after the checkered flag.
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.
Sprint Cup qualifying was delayed, but never started for some such as former champions Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart and Jimmie Johnson.
With wounded cars and the backups for their backups, drivers made it work and raced their way into the Daytona 500.