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Pace Laps: Big Moments For NASCAR’s Up-And-Coming Talents In Alex Bowman, Cole Custer

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Alex Bowman’s Big Moment He was the quiet, unassuming replacement for Dale Earnhardt Jr. that spent years toiling in underfunded rides. Alex Bowman has spent the last year-plus racing under the shadows of his flashy, more marketable 20-something teammates: Chase Elliott and William Byron. He’s …

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ARCA Breakdown: 2019 Bounty 150 at Chicagoland

In a Nutshell: I’ll let the race winning team speak for itself on this one: .@TyMajeski — “That’s what you call an ass whipping boys!!!” Third @ARCA_Racing win of 2019 for @TyMajeski and @ChadBryantRace — Chad Bryant Racing (@ChadBryantRace) June 28, 2019 Continuing a run of form that Chad Bryant …

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Ty Majeski Puts on a Clinic at the Bounty 150

When Ty Majeski was in the lead in the final laps of the Bounty 150, someone on his radio referred to his performance as a clinic. Majeski certainly put one on Thursday night, winning the Bounty 150 at Chicagoland Speedway by a margin of nearly 10 seconds. Majeski has now …

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Pace Laps: A Sonoma Snoozer, While Ross Chastain Takes NASCAR by Storm

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: New Track, Same Sonoma Story Sonoma Raceway added its famed Carousel for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. But the new 2.52-mile course led to an unexpected challenge, not for the drivers but the fans. A caution-free race, except for stage breaks, became dominated by …

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ARCA Preview: 2019 Day To Day Coffee 150 At Gateway

The second half of the ARCA Menards Series season begins this weekend at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway. The first half of the season has seen everything from Venturini Motorsports and Toyota’s domination in spring to Ty Majeski and Chad Bryant Racing going back-to-back to kick off the summer …

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Pace Laps: Christopher Bell Puts on a Clinic, Truck Series Drama Unfolds In Iowa

Xfinity Series: Christopher Bell Show in Iowa  Heading into Sunday’s CircuitCity.com 250 at Iowa Speedway, Christopher Bell was the favorite. The No. 20 team lived up to expectations in the race, leading 186 laps en route to its fourth victory of the season. The victory is Bell’s second in four …

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