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4 Burning Questions: Is Daniel Hemric About to Replace Chris Buescher?

What’s the latest Silly Season development? More Silly Season dominoes fell into place this week, with Richard Childress Racing announcing the departure of Daniel Hemric from the team. NEWS pic.twitter.com/t8qkuqrZl2 — RCR (@RCRracing) September 17, 2019 It has been a fairly rough Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rookie season for …

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4 Burning Questions: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Hasn’t Won At Darlington?

This week, the Motor Racing Network announced that they would be sponsoring the No. 77 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet at Darlington Raceway, as part of their 50th anniversary celebration. Motor Racing Network to Celebrate 50 Years of MRN with @Spire77 @TooToughToTame STORY: https://t.co/VKyu6iPjxV#NASCARThrowback | #ItsBoTime | #AskMRN pic.twitter.com/TFdSjSUbgn — Motor Racing …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Anybody Spoil the Truck Playoffs?

Who will make it into the 2019 Truck series playoffs? This week’s NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway will be the final race of the regular season. Seven drivers have either clinched positions in the eight-driver field or will clinch by starting the race. Ross Chastain, …

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4 Burning Questions: The Effect of Eliminating the Arm’s Length Rule

What will be the effect of eliminating the arm’s length rule? On Wednesday afternoon, NASCAR sent out a competition bulletin announcing the discontinuation of the now-infamous “arm’s length” uncontrolled tire penalty. The penalty had largely been defined for inconsistency. For starters, there wasn’t a lot of policing at standalone Xfinity …

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4 Burning Questions: Does Kurt Busch Really Want To Leave CGR?

Where’s Kyle Larson goi- oh, wait. .@KyleLarsonRacin is set to return to @CGRTeams' No. 42 Chevrolet next season, per sources, despite some suggestion that he could land elsewhere. ➖ Meanwhile, Larson's teammate, @KurtBusch, remains in negotiations to extend his stay in the No. 1 Chevrolet for 2020. pic.twitter.com/6MZ2J2bWGd — Adam …

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