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Dialing It In: Commitment is “Key” to Success in NASCAR

Earlier this week, Key Motorsports announced it would expand to a two-car operation for at least five events later this year. At a time when teams in the Nationwide Series are downsizing, losing sponsors and struggling overall, team owner Curtis Key has kept his team not only out of trouble, but moving in the right …

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Dialing It In: Reed Sorenson’s 2nd Chance Latest Twist in Red Bull Shakeup

Nearly a month ago, the entire Red Bull Racing organization was turned upside down with the news Brian Vickers would be forced to miss the remainder of the season due to treatments for blood clots. Vickers’s close friend Casey Mears was brought in as the replacement driver for the No. 83 team and, while hit …

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Dialing It In: A Green Lugnut Getting Red Light From Crews, But is a NASCAR Mandate Coming?

For most teams, a loose lugnut could mean a vibration, an unscheduled trip back down pit road or, in a worst-case scenario, a tire separation. As Nelson Crozier, developer of the SAF to GO Indicating Lug Nut, is quick to remind you, any loose tire comes with the potential for disaster attached. That’s why he’s …

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Dialing It In: Red Bull Racing Moves Forward Despite Setback

Sometimes in sports, the unexpected happens. Three weeks ago, Brian Vickers was hospitalized after a trip to Washington, D.C. for what at the time was a mysterious condition. Forced to sit out that weekend’s race in Dover, speculation ran rampant as to what was keeping him out of the car. Those questions were answered in …

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Dialing It In: Assessing David Reutimann 1 Year After 1st Win

One year ago, David Reutimann won the rain-shortened Coca-Cola 600 by staying out as the impending weather approached. When the leaders pulled down pit road, Reutimann kept his No. 00 Toyota on the track and took home the trophy as a result. “I remember when [crew chief] Rodney [Childers] told me to stay out instead …

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Dialing It In: Richard Petty Offers Example NASCAR Needs

In NASCAR, Richard Petty is a king among men. His statistics are staggering, his understanding of the sport helped it grow and his relationship with the fans molded the way drivers would interact with their supporters for years to come. Coming up through the ranks, anyone that wanted to be in NASCAR looked to Petty …

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Dialing It In: To Test or To Win?

For years, many have looked at the Sprint All-Star Race as a test session for the following week’s Coca-Cola 600. With no points on the line and a testing ban in place by NASCAR, Saturday night’s Sprint Showdown and All-Star Race provides the perfect race scenario to try new and experimental parts that would be …

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Dialing It In: NASCAR Legends In Love With What Hall Can Give Fans

On Tuesday, a day many had marked on their calendars for years finally became a reality. Before a gathered crowd of racing legends, politicians, dignitaries, and fans, executive director Winston Kelley declared the NASCAR Hall of Fame open to the public. After years of planning, construction and anticipation, the nearly $195 million facility welcomed its …

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Dialing It In: Why Silly Season is Ready to Explode

The more things unfold off the racetrack, the more it seems NASCAR is in one of the biggest transitions the sport has seen in years with driver-team-sponsor partnerships. Teams such as Hendrick Motorsports, Richard Childress Racing, Joe Gibbs Racing, Richard Petty Motorsports, Earnhardt Ganassi Racing, Penske Racing, Michael Waltrip Racing and Team Red Bull all …

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