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I’d never been to Martinsville Speedway until last weekend, and it was four days I’ll remember for a long time. Friday The day started out smoothly. I made it to the track from my Long...

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MARTINSVILLE, Va. — The 190-race winless streak ended for Clint Bowyer at Martinsville Speedway on Monday. It was a feel-good moment for the Stewart-Haas Racing driver and NASCAR fans across his Midwestern homeland. Knowing his...

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MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Ben Rhodes dominated, John Hunter Nemechek won, but Kyle Benjamin stole the show. Benjamin, in his Camping World Truck Series debut with David Gilliland Racing, finished second in the Alpha Energy Solutions...

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When you travel across the country to cover auto racing, a lot of strange things can happen. Friday night’s events might be at the top of my list. My first day at Martinsville Speedway went...

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The veterans keep beating the young guns, and it’s not doing NASCAR any good. Drivers like Martin Truex Jr., Kevin Harvick, and Kyle Busch, who all have 12 or more years of full-time experience in...

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 3/17/18

March 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

NM Motor Sports Report 3/17/2018 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Formula One is BACK! Will Max catch Hamilton for the Crown? Tom McKean, ESPN Producer for Golic & Wingo, joins the show. Promoters have used celebrities...

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Since becoming a NASCAR Cup Series driver, Jimmie Johnson’s never had his back against the wall as much as he does right now. Johnson, 42, finds himself in a predicament as he pursues championship No....

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 3/10/18

March 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

NM Motor Sports Report 3/10/2018 NMMSR’s favorite MMA fighter Kevin Croom joins the show, The Hard Hitting Hillbilly fresh of a victory in February. Motorsports Journalist for ESPN Radio Albuquerque & Frontstretch.com, John Haverlin joins...

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March 2018 Magazine

March 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

No matter how hard it tries — even with the presence of non-white and female drivers — NASCAR still has the stigma of a southern, redneck sport to the average person. As a fan and...

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