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NASCAR 101: The Fluctuation of the NASCAR Calendar, by the Numbers

NASCAR released the 2020 schedule and it’s totally different. “Martinsville is under the lights, woooo!” “Darlington is opening the playoffs?” “Oh my gosh, the Firecracker 400 is not on July 4th.” “Hmm… ISM is the championship race.” “What in the world is going on at Pocono?” Many drivers, teams, owners, …

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NASCAR 101: The Cup Series Returns to the Short Tracks

The Paperclip. The World’s Fastest Half-Mile. The Action Track. Three very distinct short tracks, yet some drivers in the 2018 season conquered each track’s challenges. Though the races at Martinsville, Bristol, and Richmond resulted in three different winners, quite a few drivers placed in the top 10 in at least …

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NASCAR 101: Top 10 Most Wins in Truck Series History

All right, we can quit wringing hands over whether or not Kyle Busch will top Ron Hornaday Jr.’s NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series win count. It’s done. He did it. After last weekend’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Busch moves into sole possession of the most wins in Truck Series …

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NASCAR 101: Keeping Up With 2019 NASCAR Driver Changes

Look. Hey. Look. Check this out. Click the link. “Whew. What an off-season, right?” the naive-as-all-hell NASCAR 101 columnist wrote in February 2018, blissfully unaware of what was to come. Hahahahaha. Haha. Ha. 2019 is a whole other animal. You thought last year’s list of pre-Daytona International Speedway changes were long …

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