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Clayton Caldwell

Clayton has been writing NASCAR for the last seven years and has followed the sport since he could remember. He’s a Jersey boy with dreams of hoping one day to take his style south and adding a different kind of perspective to auto racing.

Double Take: Jeffrey Earnhardt Not Only One Carrying on Legacy Sunday

For a few months it looked like one of the most iconic names at Talladega Superspeedway would be absent from this weekend’s festivities. The Earnhardt name has a long and rich history at the facility, one that has won over 20 races in several different series over the past three decades. …

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The Underdog House: Tracking NASCAR’s Small Teams Through Watkins Glen

Tommy Baldwin Racing Regan Smith, No. 7 Advanced Patient Care Chevrolet Looking back: It was a tough weekend on the twists and turns of Watkins Glen International for Regan Smith and his No. 7 Tommy Baldwin Racing team. They qualified a mediocre 29th and then found trouble early as troubles …

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Comers and Goers: 2016 Rule Package a Blessing for Some, Not so Much for Others

It’s evident every time there is a new rules package that comes into NASCAR that some teams will hit on the setup immediately and others will take longer to figure it out. Heading into the 2016 season, everyone knew that with the lower downforce package, that reality was very possible. We are …

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