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Jamie McMurray will start his final planned NASCAR Cup Series race with a team set to make its NASCAR debut. McMurray will drive the No. 40 Chevrolet for the newly-formed Spire Motorsports in the Daytona...

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Ross Chastain was poised to drive the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing car in the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, but the team will cut its Xfinity program due to a lack of sponsorship. Ganassi...

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RICHMOND, Va. — Alon Day — the defending champion of NASCAR’s Whelen Euro series — will make his second career Cup start at Richmond Raceway on Saturday night. Day, the Israeli-born racer, will drive the...

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USAC Quarter Midget Driver, Kaleb Cox joins the crew for an interview, then it’s Dan Brockett from Whiskey Garage – No Coast Drift in the studio with Spencer Hill and David Swope....

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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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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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The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ rookie class is strong this year and continues to impress. For the first time this season, both Rookie-of-the-Year contenders finished inside the top-10, posting eighth (Darrell Wallace Jr.) and...

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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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One of the more satisfying trackside experiences happened for me this weekend. Besides the thrill of being at the racetrack, there are some other fascinating stories that sometimes never get the coverage they deserve. If...

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FONTANA, Calif. — Last weekend’s race in Phoenix further proved how dominant Kevin Harvick is and how difficult it’ll be to slow down Stewart-Haas Racing. What made this win different for Harvick was that he...

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