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  • 16 2018 June

    New Mexico Motorsports Report, 6/16/18

    NM Motor Sports Report 6/16/2018 Happy Father’s Day! Clint Bowyer wins 2nd race of the season and Cup breaks for the weekend, Christian Koelle with TheRacingExperts.com joins the show LIVE from Iowa Speedway. Brooklyn Green is...

  • 15 2018 June

    Haverlin’s Hot Take: At best, NASCAR Cup Series has been a four-man race this year

    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...

  • 13 2018 June

    Trackside with Dominic Aragon: Representing New Mexico in Washington D.C.

    By: Dominic Aragon On May 21, the White House honored NASCAR champion Martin Truex Jr., and I had a front-row seat to the celebration. Well, it wasn’t front-and-center, but I was as close as the...

  • 12 2018 June

    New Mexico Motorsports Report, 6/9/18

    NM Motor Sports Report 6/9/2018 The All Out Call Out rolls into the Albuquerque Dragway today, Presenting Sponsor, Yearwood Performance & Jim Costa, joins the show. Our NEW Feature, “Where’s Spencer,” catches up with Spencer...

  • 04 2018 June

    New Mexico Motorsports Report, 6/2/18

    NM Motor Sports Report 6/2/2018 Daniel Riccardo, Will Powers & Kyle Busch all win on Memorial Day, Motorsports Journalist John Haverlin joins the show with hi Hot Takes. Lyle Greenberg joins us LIVE from Amarillo,...

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 the NASCAR Cup Series, have been fast through the opening five weeks of the season, and that’s great for them....

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By: Spencer Hill LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. — The Lucas Oil Modified Series presented by MAVTV was back in action for its first race of the season on March 11th in Lake Havasu City, Arizona for the Racing Plus 100 presented by LucasOilRacing.TV. The race would be delayed until Sunday afternoon after rain postponed Saturday’s...

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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 you’ve ever been to a NASCAR weekend, you know that the Xfinity Series races are a more laid-back environment. There...

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 3/17/18

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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 and cross-sport promotions to build attendance, How would Lewis Hamilton do in NASCAR or Kyle Larson in F1? ESPN.com’s Stats...

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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 didn’t lead the most laps but was there when it all counted. It looks like it could be only the...

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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. 8. On Wednesday, Hendrick Motorsports announced that Lowe’s would not return to sponsor the No. 48 Chevrolet in 2019. He’s...

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New Mexico Motorsports Report, 3/10/18

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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 the show talking Indy Car & NASCAR Red Necks. Wild Will Epps is in the studio talking Off-Roading & Fabrication,...

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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 a writer, it’s frustrating to tolerate. Historically, NASCAR has been a white man’s sport. But it’s become a more diverse...

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We know Kevin Harvick is strong, and his move to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014 was arguably the best thing that’s ever happened to him. Three races into the 2018 season Harvick leads the Cup Series in wins (two), playoff points (13), stage points (40) and laps led (395). Sample Size Sirius XM NASCAR had been...

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