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Brandeis Machinery and Front Row Motorsports Ink Sponsorship Deal for Kentucky

Louisville, Kentucky heavy machinery business Brandeis Machinery has signed on with Front Row Motorsports for a one-race deal at the next Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event in Sparta, Kentucky. The local business has a past with driver David Ragan and the Cup Series but will partner with Front Row …

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Gray Gaulding Signs with Premium Motorsports for Two Races

In a tweet sent out Monday morning, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Gray Gaulding announced he will pilot the Premium Motorsports No. 15 Toyota Camry at Kentucky Speedway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway in July. No official release has been posted by the team at this point. However, Gaulding’s …

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Young’s Motorsports, Bolen Motorsports Announce Driver Changes Before Iowa

Late on Wednesday evening two NASCAR Camping World Truck series teams announced driver changes heading into the ever entertaining Iowa race weekend. Tyler Young will be replaced in the truck he owns by Scott Lagasse Jr., while Trey Hutchens will pilot the No. 66 for Bolen Motorsports. Lagasse has 26 …

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Dale Earnhardt to Be Honored at Darlington Raceway

As part of NASCAR’s ever-expanding throwback weekend at Darlington Raceway, NASCAR announced today (June 21) that a special panel will be held Sept. 2, the Saturday night of the upcoming race weekend at the track. The event, dubbed An Evening Honoring Dale Earnhardt, will feature stories from Earnhardt’s family members, …

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Multiple Crew Chiefs Fined After Pocono/Texas Weekend

Two infractions were handed down by NASCAR across the top three series this past weekend as improperly installed lug nuts on the last pit stop of the race became an issue. To date, NASCAR has handed down 20 lug nut-related penalties across its top three series, including the lost tire …

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BK Racing Announces Crew Chief Changes Effective Immediately

BK Racing is continuing to make crew chief changes to improve the performance of its two teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. On Wednesday, the team made the news official that there will be more changes starting at Michigan International Speedway. Randy Cox will shift over from the No. …

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