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2-Headed Monster: Should Stewart-Haas Racing Keep Clint Bowyer?

At the end of 2019, Clint Bowyer‘s contract with Stewart-Haas Racing expires. He’s spent the last three seasons with the team, and while the pair have produced two wins together, snapping Bowyer’s six-year winless streak last year, the No. 14 hasn’t been anywhere close to winning a championship. With budding …

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2-Headed Monster: Should Retired Drivers Make Comebacks?

Greg Biffle will return to racing in Friday’s (June 7) NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Texas Motor Speedway, driving Kyle Busch Motorsports’ No. 51 Toyota Tundra in the Speedycash.com 400. Biffle practiced Busch’s truck earlier this year, also at Texas, in preparation. Biffle, who retired from full-time racing …

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2-Headed Monster: Kyle Busch Unloads After Dover, Crass Remarks or Constructive Criticism?

Kyle Busch had some choice words upon existing the car at Dover International Speedway following the Gander RV 400 this Monday (May 6). .@KyleBusch scored his 11th straight top 10 finish, but he doesn’t care. “The package sucks. No f*cking question about it. It’s terrible. All I can do is …

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2-Headed Monster: Will Christopher Bell Be at Joe Gibbs Racing in 2020?

After winning 10 NASCAR Xfinity Series races over the past three years, it’s pretty much a foregone conclusion that Christopher Bell will be driving in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next season. For this week’s 2-Headed Monster, Wesley Coburn and Clayton Caldwell debate whether Bell with be driving for Joe …

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