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MEET CREW CHIEF MIKE WHEELER

Name: Mike WheelerTitle: Crew Chief (NASCAR XFINITY Series)Team: Joe Gibbs Racing, No. 20 Camry driven by multiple drivers (including Matt Kenseth, Erik Jones & Denny Hamlin)DOB: Nov. 4, 1978 (36 years old)Education: Kettering University (2002, Mechanical Engineering)Hometown: Southhold, N.Y.Residence: Huntersville, N.C. When did you get started in racing?“I got started in racing when […] […]

Toyota to Show Latest Smart Mobility Initiatives at ITS World Congress in Bordeaux

Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 30, 2015 — From October 5 through 9, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) technologies from around the world will go on display in Bordeaux. Toyota will be one of those hosting an exhibit at the 22nd ITS World Congress (hosted by ERTICO-ITS Europe), and will showcase some of its […] […]

Toyota Bringing Advanced ITS Technology to Mass-Market Models in Japan

Toyota City, Japan, Sept. 30, 2015 — By the end of 2015, Toyota will make a new ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) safety package available on three models in Japan. The package, named ITS Connect, uses Japan's standardized ITS frequency of 760 MHz to receive and share data transmitted by external infrastructure […] […]

KENSETH IS VICTORIOUS LOCKING IN PLACE FOR CONTENDER 12 ROUND

LOUDON, N.H. (September 27, 2015) – Matt Kenseth piloted his Camry to victory lane at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday to give Toyota and Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) their second-straight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) win to begin the sport’s 10-race postseason, the Chase for the Sprint Cup. With Kenseth’s victory, […] […]

WORSHAM AND BROWN GO BACK-TO-BACK IN SWEEPING ST. LOUIS

MADISON, Ill. (September 27, 2015) – Del Worsham set a new world record on the way to winning in Funny Car, while Antron Brown captured his fourth straight Top Fuel victory at Gateway Motorsports Park as the two Toyota drivers swept the Nitro classes at the AAA NHRA Midwest Nationals – each […] […]

KENSETH CLAIMS TOYOTA’S SECOND-STRAIGHT NASCAR CHASE WIN

Armed with more fuel and fresher tires, Camry driver Matt Kenseth hunted and pressured race-leader Kevin Harvick until the defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) champion ran out of fuel, relinquishing the lead with three laps remaining and giving Kenseth the win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday. For Kenseth, the win  […] […]

AAA INSURANCE NHRA MIDWEST NATIONALS

Del Worsham (left) and Antron Brown got to celebrate together for the second straight week after both picked up the Wallys in funny car and top fuel. Tony Pedregon (near) races alongside Chad Head during qualifying at Gateway Motorsports Park. Richie Crampton launches off the starting line in his Lucas Oil sponsored top fuel […] […]

SYLVANIA 300

Carl Edwards won the pole for Sunday’s race, just like he did in the June race. Sunday morning, Furniture Row Racing held a press conference at Toyota PitPass to announce that they would start fielding Camrys in 2016, and they’ve re-signed Martin Truex Jr to drive the #78 Camry. Carl Edwards during driver introductions. Matt […] […]