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Joseph Wolkin

Joseph Wolkin
Joseph started with Fronstretch in Aug. 2014 and worked his way up to become an editor in less than a year. A native of Whitestone, New York, Joseph writes for NASCAR Pole Position magazine as a weekly contributor, along with being a former intern at Newsday and the Times Beacon Record Newspapers, each on Long Island. With a focus on NASCAR, he runs our social media pages and writes the NASCAR Mailbox column, along with other features for the site.

IndyCar Lands NTT Data As New Title Sponsor

One of America’s largest motorsports divisions will have a new look starting in 2019. NTT Data, which has been sponsoring Chip Ganassi Racing for several years, will replace Verizon as the title sponsor of the IndyCar Series, now known as the NTT IndyCar Series. “IndyCar has grown in terms of …

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2018 Top NASCAR Storylines: Ford Shocks the NASCAR World

The dominance of the Blue Oval is back in NASCAR. For the first time since 2002, Ford took home the manufacturer’s title, finally grabbing it back from Toyota and Chevrolet. In a year that saw struggles unlike any other season for the Bow Tie group, the Ford squad made sure …

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Martin Truex Jr. & Cole Pearn Sign with Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 19 Team

After months of speculation, 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Martin Truex Jr. and crew chief Cole Pearn have officially signed with Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2019 season. Truex will replace Daniel Suarez, the 2016 XFINITY Series champion, who took over the No. 19 ride once Carl Edwards …

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Tyler Reddick to Join Richard Childress Racing in 2019

Richard Childress Racing will have a new face as part of its NASCAR XFINITY Series program in 2019. Tyler Reddick, who joined JR Motorsports as a full-timer this year, will swap rides to compete with RCR next year, the team announced Wednesday morning. He will essentially serve as Daniel Hemric’s …

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Leavine Family Racing Signs Matt DiBenedetto, Teams with Toyota For 2019

Leavine Family Racing has a new driver for the 2019 season, and his name is Matt DiBenedetto. On top of adding the California native to its roster, the organization is making a manufacturer change to join Toyota Racing. “We’re thrilled to welcome Matt to our organization,” Bob Leavine, owner of …

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