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Remember the Reason

Brad Keselowski celebrates with United States of America flag after winning 2021 talladega spring cup race Photo NKP

(Photo: Nigel Kinrade Photography)

This Sunday, May 30, is Christmas in May for race fans. While the Monaco Grand Prix was moved to last weekend, two of the most prestigious races in professional motorsports are contested on Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend, the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600. Many have a vacation day the next day, so the weekend …

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After Jennifer Jo Cobb’s Cup Rejection, What is NASCAR Doing?

Jennifer Jo Cobb races in the Camping World Truck Series Mudsummer Classic. (Photo: Mike Neff)

(Photo: Mike Neff, Frontstretch)

The NASCAR Cup Series is the premier stock car racing series in the world. That fact is unquestioned. For decades it has been the dream of thousands of racecar drivers, not only from the United States, but from around the globe. Sadly, the means of making it to the top level of the sport has …

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No Time to Get Complacent on Safety

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#22: Joey Logano, Team Penske, Ford Mustang Shell Pennzoil #18: Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing, Toyota Camry M&M's

Twenty years ago – has it really been that long? Seems like it was just a week or maybe a year ago. Twenty years since we lost the biggest star in the history of the sport. Thankfully his death wasn’t in vain. The safety innovations that were brought to the sport in the months and …

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2020 NASCAR Team Reviews: Go FAS Racing

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(Photo: Nigel Kinrade Photography)

In its fifth straight year of full-time competition, Go FAS Racing made a few improvement over previous years, even though in the final tally it finished one position worse in the standings. Driver Corey LaJoie competed in all 36 races for his second complete season in the NASCAR Cup Series and led his first 13 …

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New Cup Schedule a Good First Step, for the Most Part

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What is the most memorable Brickyard 400 moment of all time? Photo Credit: Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR

So, the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series schedule is out. We asked for changes, and we got them. Some good, some not so good. NASCAR is telling us that this is the first step; let’s hope that it is not the last. We have more road courses, which is one of the things that was asked …

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Roll the Dice for Your Playoff Fate


(Photo: Nigel Kinrade Photography)

Twenty-six races in the NASCAR Cup Series regular season. A driver tries all he can during the first 25 but isn’t able to grab a victory. The last race of the regular season provides one last chance for a driver to use all of his skills to get into the tournament and have a shot …

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Familiarity Isn’t Always a Good Thing


(Photo: Nigel Kinrade Photography)

In order to attract Formula 1, Indianapolis Motor Speedway in the late ’90s added a road course to its infield. But while that track affords some flexibility, the oval, perhaps the most famous track in the world, is still the main draw. The same is true with Daytona International Speedway. Its infield road course is …

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NASCAR: Opening Doors Daily

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Peace sign designed by Richard Petty for Martinsville paint scheme

NASCAR was started in a time where moonshine running was commonplace and discrimination was an accepted practice in the United States. While people still run ‘shine, it isn’t nearly as prevalent as it was in the 1950s. The same is true with discrimination. While it is still present in society today, it is not nearly …

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