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Jonathan Bomarito Joins Visit Florida Racing for Petit Le Mans

On Wednesday afternoon, Visit Florida Racing announced that Jonathan Bomarito will join the team for next week’s Motul Petit Le Mans.  Bomarito is still tied to Mazda, but the RT24-Ps have been parked for the year as development of both the DPi and the underlying Riley Mk. 30 continues. Bomarito …

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Patrick Long Shifts to WeatherTech Racing for Petit Le Mans

On Tuesday, WeatherTech Racing announced that Porsche factory racer Patrick Long will join regular drivers Gunnar Jeannette and Cooper MacNeil in the No. 50 Porsche at Road Atlanta.  For Long, the move is a team switch since he’s raced part-time this season for Alegra Motorsports alongside Daniel Morad. Long is happy …

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Pace Laps: NASCAR Playoff Stress, Tyler Reddick’s Triumph & Timothy Peters’ Impressive Return

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: A Week of Stress for Many Following New Hampshire With two of three races complete in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ Round of 16, we can easily place six drivers in the “stressed” category as the series heads to Dover International Speedway for the first elimination …

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Ricky Taylor Wins Overall Pole for America’s Tire 250

On Saturday afternoon, Wayne Taylor Racing’s Ricky Taylor won the pole for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s America’s Tire 250 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.  Taylor’s lap of 76.853 seconds (104.834 mph) is a track record at the undulating 2.238-mile road course.  It is Taylor’s fifth pole of 2017. Afterwards, …

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Christopher Bell Sweeps Stages Toward New Hampshire Victory

The Camping World Truck series opened their playoffs on Saturday afternoon,  where Christopher Bell led 73 of the 175 laps and won the first two stages at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Despite his success, Bell still had to work and work and work in order to regain the lead.  With 16 …

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Noah Gragson Wins Pole for UNOH 175

On Saturday morning, Kyle Busch Motorsports’ Noah Gragson won the pole for the UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Gragson’s lap of 28.896 seconds (131.811 mph) was a mere nine-thousandths of a second faster than teammate Christopher Bell, fastest of the playoff contenders. Johnny Sauter will start third in …

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Kyle Busch Wins ISM Connect 300 Pole

On Friday afternoon, Kyle Busch turned in a lap of 28.203 seconds (135.049 mph) on his first circuit of the 1.058-mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Attempting to improve on the second lap resulted in the No. 18 slowing down.  Regardless, his first lap of the session held up to give …

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