RELATED: 2014 Sprint Cup Series driver profiles Likeable Australian Marcos Ambrose slipped a little off of his previous season's pace in 2013 falling from 18th to 22nd in the standings. Although he started from
RELATED: Full Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup coverage Marcos Ambrose and Richard Petty Motorsports have picked up a new sponsor for the 2014 season. RPM announced on Tuesday that Twisted Tea Brewing
NASCAR Sprint Cup veteran and experienced road racer Marcos Ambrose won Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide Series Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International. This marks Ambrose's fourth victory at Watkins
Play: NASCAR Fantasy Live Marcos Ambrose , who moved back to Australia after six full NASCAR Sprint Cup Series seasons, has been temporarily relieved from his No. 17
JOLIET, Ill. –- Richard Petty Motorsports officials have announced that driver Marcos Ambrose will not return as driver of the team's No. 9 Ford in 2015. Ambrose, a native of Launceston, Tasmania and a two-time winner
Ambrose seeks redemption after Sonoma and gets it by winning his first NSCS race at Watkins Glen.
An excited Marcos Ambrose celebrates his second Sprint Cup Series victory at Watkins Glen in as many years.
Marcos Ambrose talks about starting third at Talladega.
Marcos Ambrose gives a detailed reflection on the final lap and comments on what it is like to race on an oil-covered track.
Marcos Ambrose explains why Sonoma Raceway is such a challenging track in a stock car and reflects on his career progress.