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NASCAR Mailbox: Which Young Driver in Cup is Poised to Follow in Chase Elliott’s Footsteps and Capture a Title Soon?

The Championship 4 drivers always get the majority of the focus in the final race of the season for obvious reasons. They’re racing for a championship. Everyone else though, they seem to get door slammed and do not get much focus like every other race. This seems to be an …

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NASCAR Mailbox: What Benefit Have Sunday Doubleheaders Been to Xfinity and Trucks?

As a result of the pandemic, we have seen several doubleheaders this year between all three NASCAR national touring series, something we have not seen before this year. In past years, the lower divisions of NASCAR have not had the exposure they deserve because of being ran on Friday nights …

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NASCAR Mailbox: How Similar is 2020 to Joey Logano’s 2018 Championship Season?

Following Joey Logano’s win on Sunday (Oct. 18) at Kansas Speedway, he now will focus on the championship race at Phoenix Raceway in just a few weeks. This will be the second time in the last three seasons that Logano will be part of the Championship 4 and his fourth …

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NASCAR Mailbox: What Could Be the Main Cause for Better Performance After Elimination from Playoffs?

Have you ever noticed that many drivers who do not make the playoffs or are eliminated in the playoffs start performing better later in the season when it may not matter as much? That is definitely the case with several drivers, and it’s not just this season. This has been …

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NASCAR Mailbox: Has Denny Hamlin Lost His 2020 Mojo or Was 1st Round Struggle a Fluke?

Despite all that 2020 has thrown in our direction, NASCAR racing has brought a sense of normalcy on the weekends since the middle of May. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the on-track product seemed to be trending upward with the spectacular races we saw in the first four weekends of …

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NASCAR Mailbox: Any Concern About Chase Briscoe & His Lackluster Last Few Races?

Chase Briscoe and his No. 98 Stewart-Haas Racing team have had a stellar season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. The last three races have been not so fun for them though, as they haven’t scored a single top 10. Even though they head into the playoffs as the co-favorite, could …

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