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Beside the Rising Tide: Sometimes It Ain’t Even Over When It’s Over

Whatever your tastes and temperament are when it comes to racing, this weekend was a virtual smorgasbord of racing around what Jim McKay used to call “The Wide World of Sports.” Below are some random ruminations on the highlights.  A goodly percentage of NASCAR fans went to bed shortly before …

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Pace Laps: Joe Gibbs & Toyota Take NASCAR Magic to a New Level

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Joe Gibbs Racing’s Trio Too Tough? Richmond Raceway over the course of the weekend turned into Toyota’s personal playground. A dominant NASCAR Xfinity Series win by Christopher Bell (see below) morphed into a 1-2-3-4 finish for Joe Gibbs Racing in Saturday’s (Sept. 20) Federated Auto …

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NTT IndyCar Series Title on the Line at Laguna Seca

Four drivers have a shot at winning the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series Championship this weekend at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. With double points on the line, nearly anything can happen in what’s been a wild season to date. Who are YOU with? 🤔#FirestoneGP // #INDYCAR pic.twitter.com/MDh3N0A2bK — NTT IndyCar Series …

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Takuma Sato Returning to Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in 2020

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing exercised its option on Takuma Sato for the 2020 NTT IndyCar Series season, the team announced on Saturday, Sept. 21. He will return to drive the No. 30 Honda. The 2020 season will be Sato’s third straight year driving for the team and fourth overall. Sato …

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Friday Faceoff: Are There Safety Issues NASCAR Should Address?

Safety concerns have been mounting after some harrowing accidents across all forms of racing over the past couple weeks. Is there a particular area in NASCAR that needs to be further addressed? Adam Cheek: SAFER barriers all around. Yes, NASCAR’s done a great job putting them in the most problematic …

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IndyCar, Richmond Raceway Looking Ahead to 2020

The stars were out in full force for Richmond Raceway’s official Tuesday (Sept. 3) press conference for the NTT IndyCar Series’ return to the track in 2020. Drivers Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan, IndyCar CEO Mark Miles and series president Jay Frye were all on hand for the presser, held …

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