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In a field of more than three dozen entries, four drivers have won all but two races on the NASCAR Cup schedule. Austin Dillon and Joey Logano won the two restrictor plate races. The other...

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LONG POND, Pa. — At first glance, it was cool. The NASCAR Cup All-Star event used the aerodynamic package similar to the one used at last year’s Xfinity Series event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The...

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INDIANAPOLIS — Breakfast in Monaco. Lunch in Indy. Dinner in Charlotte. Obviously, it’s not physically possible to be in all three cities in one day. But if you’re a motorhead, Sunday of Memorial Day weekend...

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All race car drivers hate finishing second, but maybe none more so than Kyle Busch. He was runner-up to Johnny Sauter in the Camping World Truck Series’ North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor...

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France family cashing out? On Monday, Reuters reported that the France family is considering a potential sale of NASCAR, which is valued at more than $3 billion. Should the Frances sell part of the industry,...

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Breaking down the AAA 400

May 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

DOVER, Del. — Stewart-Haas Racing earned its fifth win of the NASCAR Cup season as Kevin Harvick dominated at Dover International Speedway on Sunday. Harvick overtook his SHR teammate Clint Bowyer with 64 laps to...

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Spencer Gallagher won his first career NASCAR race on Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway, and then he was indefinitely suspended for failing a random drug screening four days later. Gallagher, 28, runs for his family-owned GMS...

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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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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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The NASCAR Cup Series has had three entitlement sponsors throughout its history; Winston (1971-2003), Nextel/Sprint (2004-16) and Monster Energy (2017-present). Monster will probably be remembered as the worst of them all. In an effort to...

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