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If a Stewart-Haas Racing Ford didn’t win at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday, it would’ve been an utter disappointment. SHR cars ran first through fourth most of the day. The quartet qualified in the top-four positions...

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After 17 years and seven championships together, Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus will no longer be paired on the Hendrick Motorsports No. 48 team after this season. Team owner Rick Hendrick decided to switch personnel...

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Matt DiBenedetto’s return to Toyota Racing Development will give Leavine Family Racing the chance to become the next Furniture Row Racing, in terms of success. DiBenedetto will drive LFR’s No. 95 in 2019 as the...

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New Mexico motorsports report

New Mexico Motorsports Report, 10/6/2018

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Post-Japan Formula One Silly Season update

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Mercedes Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will both return to the Silver Arrows in 2019. Hamilton is on the brink of his fifth world championship while Bottas is still searching for his first win in...

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Kasey Kahne has struggled to stay hydrated when racing the last few months. On Tuesday, he announced he will not run anymore NASCAR events in his career. Kahne, 38, planned to step away from the...

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DOVER, Del. — Stewart-Haas Racing Fords led 351 of 404 laps in the Gander Outdoors 400 on Sunday, but Chase Elliott’s 11-lap lead was enough to give him win No. 2 of his Cup career....

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DOVER, Del. — When Aric Almirola climbed out of the car after the Gander Outdoors 400, he leaned his back against the wounded No. 10, put his cap on, and held his head down. He...

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By Dominic Aragon CONCORD, N.C. — Anyone who knows me knows that I believe gambling here and there can be entertaining. That’s what Speedway Motorsports, Inc. and company president Marcus Smith did with the Charlotte...

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Although ‘Born Racer’ will probably appeal most to people who follow motorsports, this film about five-time IndyCar champion Scott Dixon is, in some respects, more of a human interest story than a racing documentary. Seventeen...

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