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Frank Velat

Frank Velat has been an avid follower of NASCAR and other motorsports for over 20 years. He brings a blend of passionate fan and objective author to his work. Frank offers unique perspectives that everyone can relate to, remembering the sport's past all the while embracing its future. Follow along with @FrankVelat on Twitter.

Joey Logano Wins Coors Light Pole Award For Camping World 500

Joey Logano spent the week answering questions about every detail regarding last Sunday’s altercation with Kyle Busch at Las Vegas. The past five days, including a meeting with NASCAR officials have been all about “the fight.” But when Coors Light Pole qualifying came around Friday at Phoenix International Raceway, it was …

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Jones, Blaney, Gaughan Lead Phoenix NASCAR XFINITY Series Practice

Erik Jones, Ryan Blaney, and Brendan Gaughan were the fastest guns in the west Friday during three rounds of NASCAR XFINITY Series practice out in Arizona. The trio paced the field in preparation for Saturday’s DC Solar 200 at one-mile Phoenix International Raceway. Saturday will be the first race of the 2017 XFINITY Series …

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Keselowski Continues Ford Hot Streak, Claims Pole For Las Vegas Kobalt 400

Brad Keselowski finished last week’s race at Atlanta in front of the field. Apparently, he liked the view because he’ll be there again at the green on Sunday. Keselowski won the pole for Sunday’s Kobalt 400 with a lap of 27.881 seconds (193.680 mph) in the third round of qualifying. Martin …

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Gaughan, Suarez Top Las Vegas XFINITY Practices

NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers took to the track for two practice sessions on Friday. Brendan Gaughan and Daniel Suarez were the fastest drivers in the west. The two put up the best times as the tour began the west coast swing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Rounding out the top five …

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Tracking the Trucks: Christopher Bell Schools the Field for Atlanta Redemption

In a Nutshell: Class was in session at Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday as Christopher Bell taught the field about the power in his Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota. Bell started from the pole, led 99 of the 130 laps and won all three stages en route to his third career win. …

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