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4 Burning Questions: Will Iowa Be a Warm Return for Brian Scott?

Will Brian Scott Win in Return NASCAR Race at Iowa? When the XFINITY Series rolls into Iowa Speedway, we are likely to be treated with a fresh field twice a year. This time is no exception, as there are multiple new faces who will start Saturday’s U.S. Cellular 250. From …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Restrictor Plates Work at Indianapolis?

Will restrictor plates work at Indianapolis? The XFINITY Series race at Indianapolis has been a sore point for the series for a few seasons now. Boring racing and bad crowds have made the race largely a dud since the controversial decision to move the race from Lucas Oil Raceway. Last …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Aric Almirola Struggle to Compete in 2017?

Will Aric Almirola Struggle to Compete at Loudon and Beyond? In the last eight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races, there have been four different drivers in the No. 43. But this one is the name that has been on the windshield all along. Aric Almirola is back in action …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Fans Support XFINITY Driver-Only Iowa Race?

Will Fans Support XFINITY Driver-Only Iowa Race? If the fans show action from their Twitter complaints, Iowa Speedway should see packed grandstands, top-grade TV ratings and a giant digital streaming audience. Why? Because Saturday’s XFINITY Series American Ethanol E15 250 will see zero Cup Series talent. Hallelujah, right? Well, I …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Michigan Produce Another Fuel Mileage Finish?

By Michael Finley & Tom Bowles 1. What will Happen to the Wood Brothers Going Forward? If you’re a NASCAR fan, you have to be a fan of Wood Brothers Racing. The oldest team still in operation has won in six different decades in NASCAR competition, amassing 99 Monster Energy …

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4 Burning Questions: Will FOX’s Drivers-Only Broadcast Be Success or Disaster?

Will FOX’s Drivers Only Broadcast Be a Success or Disaster? Pocono Raceway has a way of giving us a little something new. After debuting the double-file restart in a points event in 2009, Pocono flipped from a 500- to 400-mile distance in 2012, showing that shorter could be better in …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Paul Menard Complete RCR’s Winning Ways?

Will Paul Menard Give RCR a Winning Trio? Two down, one to go for Richard Childress Racing. Following Austin Dillon’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win last week at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the driver of the No. 3 joins Ryan Newman as playoff drivers for the Chevrolet team in …

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