Zach Catanzareti

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Growing up in Easton, Pa., Zach Catanzareti has grown his auto racing interest from fandom to professional. Joining Frontstretch in 2015, Zach enjoys nothing more than being at the track, having covered his first half-season of 18 races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2017. With experience behind the wheel, behind the camera and in the media center, he thrives on being an all-around reporter.

Beyond the Cockpit: Ross Chastain Building Strength for Busy Cup Schedule

Ross Chastain has learned a lot since February at Atlanta Motor Speedway. That meant not only in getting set for a busier schedule in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, but the sheer physicality of it all. After running both Dover races in 2017, Chastain is looking at a heavy …

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The Underdog House: Finding Easter Eggs at 1/6th Mark of 2018

Think Small At the one-sixth mark of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, perhaps there was no better time for a holiday break. For some, at least. As we exited Daytona Speedweeks, drifted through the West Coast Swing and plowed through white Martinsville, the true stature of the …

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Alex Bowman Toughs Out Top 10 in Martinsville

Alex Bowman returned to the top 10 in Monday’s STP 500 from Martinsville Speedway. And following a rather slow start to his first campaign with Hendrick Motorsports, the result felt even better. Bowman entered the Virginia short track with five straight top-20 finishes. Though consistent, a ride in Hendrick equipment …

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Ben Rhodes: ‘Pit Crew Just Killed Us Today’

Ben Rhodes saw perhaps his best career Camping World Truck Series race fade away Monday at Martinsville Speedway. And Rhodes was far from shocked. The biggest factor between Rhodes and Victory Lane has sat on pit road, as the No. 41 ThorSport Racing team have lost multiple shots at victory …

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Ben Rhodes Scores Martinsville Pole in Truck Series

For the second time, Ben Rhodes will start from pole at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday (March 24). Winning his first career Camping World Truck Series pole here in 2016, the third-year Thorsport Racing driver repeats the performance in 2018, starting first for Saturday’s Alpha Energy Solutions 250. In a 1-2 …

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