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2-Headed Monster: Is Shortening Auto Club Speedway the Right Move?

Color us surprised. On Tuesday (Sept. 8), Jeff Gluck and Jordan Bianchi of The Athletic reported that NASCAR plans to reconfigure the 2-mile Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California into a half-mile short track. There had been talks in the past about reconfiguring Auto Club Speedway, but it was nothing serious. This …

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2-Headed Monster: Does Ty Dillon Deserve Another Cup Opportunity if Germain Racing Shuts Down?

After the announcement that Leavine Family Racing would close following this NASCAR Cup Series season, rumors began to spring up that Germain Racing will be closing as well. Both driver Ty Dillon and its sponsor GEICO are in contract years. With the dwindling number of viable rides unspoken for or …

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2-Headed Monster: After Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 Finish, Should a Race End Naturally Under Caution?

The Indianapolis 500 has always been a race that gets people talking. Whether it’s a late race pass, a crash or exciting action there may not be better “water cooler” talk than the buzz that follows the Indianapolis 500. Sunday’s (Aug. 23) 104th running of the event was one of …

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2-Headed Monster: Should the Daytona Road Course be on the Cup Series Schedule Permanently?

Another weekend and another unprecedented event in NASCAR. This season, it seems that NASCAR is doing something new every week, and this past weekend at Daytona International Speedway was no different. Never in the history of NASCAR have any of its top three divisions raced on Daytona’s road course layout. …

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2-Headed Monster: Did Joe Gibbs Racing Get It Right By Choosing Christopher Bell Over Erik Jones?

If only we had the ability to look into the future and see an answer – that would be something that would’ve helped both Clayton Caldwell and Vito Pugliese in this week’s 2-Headed Monster debate. It also may have helped one of the premier organizations in NASCAR make sure that …

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