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  • 14 2018 December

    Daniel Hemric to drive No. 8 for Richard Childress in 2019

    Earlier this year, Daniel Hemric made his NASCAR Cup debut in the No. 8 car for Richard Childress Racing. Starting in 2019, he’ll drive that car full-time for RCR in the Cup Series, and contend...

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    09 2018 December

    New Mexico Motorsports Report, 12/8/2018

    NM Motor Sports Report 12/8/2018 Finally, it is confirmed – Kurt Busch to the #1 & Ganassi Racing, NMMSR’s John Haverlin joins the show with the latest. Jackson Wink MMA Fighter, Lydia Warren, joins the...

  • 04 2018 December

    Furniture Row Racing’s charter sold to North Carolina-based sports agency

    One of the most valuable items available in the NASCAR Cup garage was confirmed to be sold on Tuesday night. Spire Sports + Entertainment, an agency that represents NASCAR drivers and sponsors, has purchased Furniture...

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    04 2018 December

    A complete Xfinity Series Silly Season update

    Have questions about where your favorite driver will be next year? Or are you confused about the new rule changes to the championship? We’re here to help: Stewart-Haas Racing (Nos. 00, 98) SHR will expand...

  • New Mexico motorsports report
    01 2018 December

    New Mexico Motorsports Report, 12/1/2018

    NM Motor Sports Report 12/1/2018 Time to start getting your race car ready for 2019 and Stocking Stuffers for your car, Yearwood Performance’s Jim Costa joins the show! Let’s talk some NASCAR, Awards Banquet, Silly...

Earlier this year, Daniel Hemric made his NASCAR Cup debut in the No. 8 car for Richard Childress Racing. Starting in 2019, he’ll drive that car full-time for RCR in the Cup Series, and contend for Rookie of the Year honors. Hemric drove the No. 21 for RCR’s Xfinity Series program for the last two...

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 12/8/2018

December 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

NM Motor Sports Report 12/8/2018 Finally, it is confirmed – Kurt Busch to the #1 & Ganassi Racing, NMMSR’s John Haverlin joins the show with the latest. Jackson Wink MMA Fighter, Lydia Warren, joins the show, Fresh off her first victory at Fight Night 4 – November 30th. The Winter Series is running at Sandia...

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One of the most valuable items available in the NASCAR Cup garage was confirmed to be sold on Tuesday night. Spire Sports + Entertainment, an agency that represents NASCAR drivers and sponsors, has purchased Furniture Row Racing’s charter. FRR has ceased operations, and the Denver-based team needed to sell its charter. A charter, which can...

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A complete Xfinity Series Silly Season update

December 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

Have questions about where your favorite driver will be next year? Or are you confused about the new rule changes to the championship? We’re here to help: Stewart-Haas Racing (Nos. 00, 98) SHR will expand to two full-time cars next year in a continued partnership with Biagi-DenBeste Racing. Cole Custer will return to the No....

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 12/1/2018

December 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

NM Motor Sports Report 12/1/2018 Time to start getting your race car ready for 2019 and Stocking Stuffers for your car, Yearwood Performance’s Jim Costa joins the show! Let’s talk some NASCAR, Awards Banquet, Silly Season and Left-Overs, ESPN’s Stats & Info Guru, Matt Willis, Joins the show from Bristol. LIVE from Scottsdale, Arizona –...

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With the annual NASCAR Cup Series championship banquet in Las Vegas concluding on Thursday night, the 2018 season is officially in the books. Time to start thinking about 2019 and all that’s in store for the new year. All the drivers said it was a great season, and maybe it was from a competition standpoint....

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A complete NASCAR Cup Series Silly Season update

November 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

The 2018 NASCAR season is over, but it’s never too soon to start thinking about next year! Here’s what the 2019 Cup grid may look like when the series visits Daytona in February: StarCom Racing (Nos. 00, 99) StarCom leased Richard Childress Racing’s No. 27 charter in 2018 to run the No. 00 in all...

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 11/24/2018

November 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Before the 2018 NASCAR Cup season began, Joey Logano compared his 2017 campaign to a “horror movie.” It all started with an encumbered win at the spring 2017 race at Richmond Raceway. From there, the Team Penske driver just couldn’t find anything to make him a weekly contender again. His No. 22...

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HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Before Saturday night, Tyler Reddick probably wouldn’t be the first name to come to mind when thinking of the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. But Reddick, in his first full-time ride with JR Motorsports, won the Ford EcoBoost 300 and the championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Cole Custer dominated the first half of...

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