JR Motorsports has been in a partnership with Rick Hendrick since Junior joined Hendrick Motorsports in 2008. JR Motorsports is owned by Dale Jr., Rick Hendrick, Tony Eury Jr. (Dale Jr's cousin), and Kelley Earnhardt (Dale Jr's sister). The team uses Hendrick Motorsports engines in the Nationwide Series.
Kyle Busch drives part-time for his own team, Kyle Busch Motorsports, in the Nascar Nationwide Series.
He's part owner of Jimmie Johnson's car, along with Rick Hendrick.
Rick Hendrick of Hendrick Motorsports owns four cars in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. Jeff Gordon, along with Rick, are part-owners of Jimmie Johnson's car.Jeff Gordon - #24Jimmie Johnson - #48Dale Earnhardt Jr. - #88Kasey Kahne - #5
On paper he does, but does no actual ownership work, instead focusing solely on his driving.
Kurt Busch currently drives for Phoenix Racing in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series. He also drives part-time in the Nationwide Series for Phoenix Racing and Kyle Busch Motorsports.
No. Tony Stewart and Gene Haas co-own the #14 and #39 cars. Hendrick Motorsports supply the engines for Stewart Haas Racing.
In the 2012 Nascar Nationwide Series, Danica Patrick will be driving for JR Motorsports. She will also drive part time in the Sprint Cup Series for Stewart-Haas Racing/Tommy Baldwin Racing.
Tony Stewart has never driven full-time for the Nationwide Series (formerly known as the Busch Series). As a part-time driver in the series from 1996-2013, he started 94 races.
Yes. In 2012, Danica Patrick will drive full-time in the Nascar Nationwide Series and part-time in the Cup Series. Also, Jennifer Jo Cobb drives full-time in the Nascar Camping World Truck Series and part-time in the Nationwide Series.
Yes. In Nascar, whether it is the Sprint Cup Series or the Nationwide Series, the road courses are part of the schedule and points count.
All of it.
Kevin drives the #4 (Budweiser/Jimmy John's/Rheem) in the Sprint Cup Series, and the #5 (Hunt Brothers Pizza) part-time in the Nationwide Series.