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Truckin’ Thursdays: Looking Back at the 2016 Rookie Class… So Far Part I

The 2016 rookie class has been all but overshadowed by William Byron’s success so far this season. In fact, it’s almost hard to call him a rookie, given how well he’s run, until he makes a rookie mistake, something that’s few and far between. But with that said, there are …

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Tracking the Trucks: Tyler Reddick Plays Chase Spoiler at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

In a Nutshell: Just a couple weeks after missing the cutoff to join the inaugural Chase for the championship, Tyler Reddick beat teammate Daniel Hemric to the checkered flag by 1.404 seconds to score his first victory in the 2016 season. Reddick held off challenges from his teammate and third-place …

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Pace Laps: Sleepless Nights for Sprint Cup Stars and Minor League Excitement

Sprint Cup: A Sleepless Week for 14 Men – Kevin Harvick, with a swift, unexpected pass on Matt Kenseth for the win Sunday at New Hampshire, avoided the weight of elimination come next weekend at Dover. Along with Martin Truex, Jr., Harvick is now in rare air because when the …

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Tracking the Trucks: William Byron Scores Dominant Chase-Opening Win at New Hampshire

In a Nutshell: William Byron was in his own zip code Saturday afternoon at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He led 161 of 175 laps en route to a decisive 0.446 second victory over teammate Christopher Bell. Byron gave up the lead during a yellow-flag pit stop when he took four …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Gearing Up for the Inaugural Chase for the Champsionship

This weekend, the Camping World Truck Series takes to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the first race in the Round of 8 ahead of crowning the winner of the inaugural Chase. While many dreaded the announcement of the truck series chase NASCAR back in January, the reality is that we’re …

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Pace Laps: Sieg Looking for Chase Spot, Moffitt’s Big Win and Pagenaud’s Title Hopes

Sprint Cup Series: Youth Makes A Comeback – Much of the NASCAR season has been focused on when there will be a “changing of the guard.” 45-year-old Tony Stewart is retiring, 45-year-old Jeff Gordon has already done so but is filling in for fellow 40-something Dale Earnhardt, Jr. during his concussion recovery. …

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