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One Last NASCAR Comeback: Can Matt Kenseth Defy the Odds at Age 48?

Matt Kenseth dropped a NASCAR bombshell Monday (April 27) by announcing another comeback. He'll drive Chip Ganassi Racing's No. 42 in place of the banished Kyle Larson and run full-time once again at age 48. NASCAR typically doesn't grant playoff waivers for drivers who voluntarily missed the season's first four races, but chances are they'll let Kenseth become championship-eligible.

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Richard Petty, Richard Childress National Anthem Remarks Leave NASCAR Teetering On Sponsorship Crisis

Sunday, Sept. 24, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Richard Childress spoke out about protesting the American national anthem. It would be a full 18 hours before any other meaningful voice in the sport was heard. “Anybody that don’t stand up for the anthem oughta be …

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NASCAR Opportunity Lost: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. With The Steal

As the laps wound down at Daytona International Speedway Saturday night, the leaderboard of NASCAR’s Coke Zero 400 read like a Who’s Who of Cinderella stories. You had David Ragan in the lead, running for a Front Row Motorsports team that struggles to crack the top 25 most weeks. Other names in …

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NASCAR’s Top Talent Scouts: Who’s Got the No. 1 Draft Pick?

NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. news cycle finally got trumped in the sporting world by Thursday night’s NFL draft. As you read this, stories are popping up over names like Mitch Trubisky, Jabrill Peppers and I-can’t-remember-his-name-but-god-he-better-help-my-team. It’s a reminder for all that life must go on. At Hendrick Motorsports, those words ring …

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