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History’s Greatest Motorsports Blunders

2021 Daytona 500 Last Lap Crash Involving Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Kyle Busch, Austin Cindric

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Editor’s Note: This article is posted in collaboration with an outside sponsorship client. The opinions and information contained within do not necessarily represent Frontstretch and its staff. In June of 1895, the world witnessed something unprecedented: the Paris-Bordeaux-Paris race, an event widely considered to be the birth of automobile racing. Both the cars and the sport …

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Driver Safety: One of NASCAR’s Top Priorities In 2020

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Editor’s Note: This article on NASCAR safety is posted in collaboration with an outside sponsorship client. The opinions and information contained within do not necessarily represent Frontstretch and its staff. Every racecar enthusiast understands the complexity of a championship and all of the additional preparation that goes on behind the scenes. But it’s easy to …

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Why Is Motorsports So Popular?

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Editor’s Note: This article is posted in collaboration with Webcontentzone, an outside sponsorship client. The opinions and information contained within do not necessarily represent Frontstretch and its staff. Technological advancements, over the last two decades, have had a direct impact on sports. Not only has it made life easier for players and teams, but it …

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Accident Ends Justin Boston’s Day at Pocono

Boston Finishes 22nd at Pocono Raceway Justin Boston started the Pocono ARCA 200 from the 27th position and finished 22nd after being caught up in a late-race accident on Lap 66 at Pocono Raceway on Saturday afternoon. Boston, driving the No.25 ZLOOP Computer and Electronic Recycling Centers – JACO Environmental Toyota Camry for Venturini Motorsports, …

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2014 Danny Holtgraver wins at Butler Speedway

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By Brian Liskai Quincy, Mich. (Saturday, June 7, 2014) – There’s an old saying: “Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good.” Danny Holtgraver was both Saturday at Butler Motor Speedway. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania driver took advantage of other driver’s miscues and benefitted from timely caution flags and drove to his first University of Northwestern …

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Townley and Coughlin Record Top-10 Finishes; Boston Caught in Late-Race Accident

Concord, NC (June 9, 2014) – The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards headed to Pocono Raceway for the first of two stops at the Tricky Triangle during the 2014 season. Venturini Motorsports fielded three fast Toyota Camrys for Saturday afternoon’s Pocono ARCA 200 with drivers Justin Boston, Cody Coughlin, and John Wes Townley behind …

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Pace Laps: Almost Isn’t Enough, Keselowski’s Comeback And Refueling

*Sprint Cup: A Series Of “Almosts”* Saturday night’s Richmond race, a prime example of why winner Kevin Harvick is called “The Closer” leaves behind a long list of “what might have beens.” The driver of the No. 29 Chevrolet, used to charging from behind in crunch time came from seventh place, making daredevil moves on a green-white-checkered finish and only led a grand total of three laps during the race.

But Harvick’s gain, “Happily” stealing a trophy underneath everyone’s nose left up to a half-dozen drivers scratching their head. Once again, Matt Kenseth and the No. 20 Toyota had the dominant car, leading the most laps (140) only to have the wrong handling package down the stretch. Coming home seventh, he’s now led a total of 303 laps the last two weeks and has just 37 points to show for it. Clint Bowyer, who also led a huge chunk of the race (113 circuits) had no choice but to settle for second.

Kyle Busch Wins Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown

Who says Joe Gibbs Racing teammates don’t get along? Kyle Busch is certainly receiving gifts, from Denny Hamlin in the form of shiny trophies from winning the latter’s annual charity event. Rowdy was romping through the field again at Richmond Thursday night, taking control at the race’s midpoint and cruising during the latter stages to …

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NASCAR Penalties Need To Fit The Crime

_”There is no truth. There is only perception.”_ _Gustave Flaubert_

The beauty of sports is that they’re a form of entertainment. You don’t need to know every lap, number, and fact in order to lay back and enjoy the show. That’s why for every diehard, no matter what you’re covering there’s about ten other people who know just enough to get by. Life has a funny habit of getting in the way of these hobbies: kids, work, bills, or even a beautiful Spring Day, which more than half the country experienced on Thursday that clearly supersedes some 30-minute research into the NASCAR Rule Book.

BSNews! Official NASCAR Rule Book Finally Revealed!

BSNews, in conjunction with, is happy to announce that it has finally obtained the newest and best volume of the long-running series, “Official Rule Book of NASCAR.”

In a special “one-time” deal, BSNews was able to obtain not only one, but hundreds of copies of one of the hardest to obtain manuscripts ever written. The latest edition, titled “Fifty (squared) Shades of Grey: The 2013 Official NASCAR Rulebook,” authored by B. Z. France is one of the most sought after publications of all time since its first edition, published in 1949.

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