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Friday Faceoff: Should Manufacturers Dictate How Their Teams Race?

Should manufacturers be getting involved to make their teams cooperate at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway? Christian Koelle: Instead of manufacturers, it should be teams working together — but understand when we get to ISM Raceway, all of this goes away; it’s every man for himself. Josh Roller: I don’t …

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1000Bulbs.com 500 Postponed to Monday

After continuous rain showers and several failed attempts at drying the track, NASCAR and Talladega Superspeedway announced that the 1000Bulbs.com 500 will resume on Monday (Oct. 14th) at 2 p.m. ET. The race was started and run through stage one, with William Byron picking up the victory. When the race …

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Pace Laps: Kyle Larson & Cole Custer Capitalize on Playoff Wins at Dover

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Larson Perseveres to Win Biggest Race of His Career It was a tale of two halves for Sunday’s (Oct. 6) Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway. In a race that saw Miles the Monster munch on playoff cars’ mechanics, Kyle Larson raced without issues to …

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Blake Jones Set to Run Spire Motorsports Entry at Talladega

Blake Jones confirmed to Frontstretch on Saturday (Sept. 28) that he’ll return to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Talladega Superspeedway in under two weeks. Jones will pilot the No. 77 Tennessee Shine Co. Chevrolet Camaro for Spire Motorsports. “First of all, I’d like to thank God for all …

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Pace Laps: Lady Luck Takes Over at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Truex Keeps On Trucking Martin Truex Jr. had been lost in the shuffle of title contenders as NASCAR descended upon the gambling capital of North America. Las Vegas Motor Speedway seemed a better fit instead for Team Penske’s two stars, Brad Keselowski and reigning Cup …

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Friday Faceoff: Is It Time for NASCAR to Leave the Brickyard in the Past?

2017 Indianapolis Motor Speedway MENCS Matt Kenseth photo credit NASCAR via Getty Images

The Brickyard 400 has seen attendance dwindle while the Indianapolis 500 still draws a capacity crowd. Is it time for NASCAR to say goodbye to Indy? Vito Pugliese: Absolutely not. This is the most prominent venue in all of motorsports, and NASCAR needs to still be going there. I don’t recall …

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