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Beyond the Cockpit: Bill Claren on the Early Days of NASCAR, the Bootlegger Myth & the Current State of the Sport

On June 13, 1954, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (then known as the Grand National Series) held its first and only event at the Linden Airport in Linden, N.J. This event marked the first time NASCAR ever raced on a road course that was not on the Daytona Beach. The race received further notoriety last …

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Mirror Driving: Was Robby Gordon Saved? Is the Bud Shootout Unfair? & A Testing Wrap-Up – Who Cared?

Will the Robby Gordon/GEM technical alliance be a lifeline for Gordon’s single-car team, or is there no place Foran independent owner/driver in today’s NASCAR?

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