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Month: April 2018

On Friday morning, NASCAR announced the acquisition of the Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA). While NASCAR and all its series are known as the primary source of stock car racing, ARCA, which operates independently,...

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Two years into his full-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career, Ty Dillon has settled in as the driver of the No. 13 Chevrolet for Germain Racing. The single-car operation has an alliance with Richard...

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Local and National Events presented by the Unser Racing Museum. Bryan Grandin joins the show, talking Performance Driving School, Modifieds, and Legends. NASCAR, Indy Car & Formula One Update....

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Get ready for racing this weekend with David Swope and crew. Reporters/Drivers, Spencer Hill and Brooklyn Green report on local track activities, David interviews Jim Costa from Yearwood Performance, and Spencer talks to Lucas Oil...

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New Mexico motorsports report

New Mexico Motorsports Report, 4/21/18

April 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

NM Motorsports Report 4/21/2018 What is more fun than being at Dover International Speedway? How about a ride in an Indy car at Phoenix, John Haverlin knows! The 102nd running of the Indy 500 this...

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On Monday night, SB Nation’s Jordan Bianchi reported that 2003 NASCAR Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth would rejoin his former team Roush Fenway Racing to share the No. 6 Ford with Trevor Bayne for the...

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RICHMOND, Va. — In his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut at Richmond Raceway, Noah Gragson finished second to his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Christopher Bell. Gragson followed Bell for the final 78 laps of the ToyotaCare...

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RICHMOND, Va. — Leading up to the race weekend at Richmond Raceway, there were a few storylines that had us talking. The Dash 4 Cash returns to the NASCAR Xfinity Series for the second consecutive...

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BRISTOL, Tenn. — When Darrell Wallace Jr. wrestled the lead away from Brad Keselowski on lap 375, it marked a lot of firsts. It was the first time the No. 43, made famous by legendary...

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Martinsville does it, Bristol does it, Atlanta does it, and it’s time for all tracks to do it. Victory Lane celebrations after a NASCAR race should be moved to the frontstretch, where the fans can...

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