Biagi-Denbeste Racing Tag

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Ford Performance development driver Chase Briscoe will have a full-time home in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2019. He joins Cole Custer as Stewart-Haas Racing expands its’ Xfinity Series program to two full-time cars. Briscoe competed in five races for the team last season. The second-year driver will drive the No. 98 Nutri Chomps Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing with Biagi-DenBeste Racing. Nutri Chomps will be the primary sponsor of the first 13 races with further sponsorship to be announced later. “I got a tasteRead More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor It’s been well known that Tony Stewart has enjoyed his retirement from driving in the Cup Series this year as he’s been able to go and do the things he never had time to do while he was a full-time driver, but in Wednesday’s press conference announcing Aric Almirola would take over the No. 10 car at Stewart-Haas Racing in 2018, Stewart let it slip that his driving days in NASCAR might not be over yet. Almirola was asked about running in the Xfinity SeriesRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer With Aric Almirola still sidelined from a back injury suffered at Kansas Speedway, Casey Mears will pilot the No. 98 Fresh From Florida Ford Mustang at Daytona International Speedway. Mears is coming off a 21st place finish at Pocono Raceway three weeks ago. Mears brings his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series experience to Biagi DenBeste Racing and the Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 as he slides into the same Mustang that has won two of the last three restrictor plate races in the NASCAR Xfinity Series withRead More
By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service   TALLADEGA, Ala. – Aric Almirola charged into the lead with four laps left in Saturday’s Sparks Energy 300 at Talladega Superspeedway and held off Elliott Sadler at the finish to win the third NASCAR XFINITY Series race of his career.   With the Ford of Darrell Wallace Jr. plowing into the inside backstretch wall behind him on the final lap, Almirola held the top spot to the finish, beating Sadler, the series leader, to the finish line by .142 seconds.   The win wasRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer After the announcement that Ty Dillon would take over the driving duties of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet SS for Germain Racing, Casey Mears was left without a ride. As teams announced their line-ups, the options appeared to dwindle for Mears. Just as Speedweeks got under way, Mears was finally able to announce his plans for the 2017 season. Mears will partner with Biagi-Denbeste Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for 12 races where he will pilot the No. 98Read More
By David Morgan, NASCAR Contributor For the second time in as many races at restrictor plate tracks, the finish to Friday night’s Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona came down to NASCAR analyzing the video replay due to a last lap caution and by the time all was said and done, Aric Almirola was scored as the race winner for his second win in his home state of Florida. Almirola first visited victory lane at Daytona back in 2014 with a win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in the rainRead More