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2018 NASCAR Next Class Announced

The 2018 NASCAR Next class was announced on Tuesday afternoon, featuring nine drivers in the developmental ranks of NASCAR who are looking to take the next step in their racing careers. Anthony Alfredo, Hailee Deegan, Riley Herbst, Derek Kraus, Chase Purdy, Will Rodgers, Zane Smith, Tanner Thorson and Ryan Vargas …

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Custer Wins First Career Pole in XFINITY Qualifying at Bristol

Cole Custer won his first career XFNITY Series pole on Saturday morning from Bristol Motor Speedway with a lap of 15.090 seconds (127.157 mph) around the Last Great Coliseum. It’s also the first pole in the NXS for Stewart-Haas Racing. Justin Allgaier, who won this event in 2010, will roll …

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Brandon Jones, Cole Custer Lead Two XFINITY Practices at Bristol

Brandon Jones and Cole Custer paced a pair of NASCAR XFINITY Series practices Friday afternoon at Bristol Motor Speedway. In the first session, Jones’ No. 19 for Joe Gibbs Racing ran a quick lap of 15.495 seconds (123.833 mph) around the World’s Fastest Half-Mile. Justin Allgaier, Ryan Preece, Christopher Bell …

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5 Points to Ponder: Starting the NASCAR Engines Back Up

ONE: Stewart-Haas dominance in the early going Two months into the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Stewart-Haas Racing has been the sport’s dominant team. They’ve won four of the six races thus far and have all four drivers inside the top 11 in points. Most everyone would have …

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5 Points to Ponder: Vets, Rookies & the Power of Twitter

ONE: Harvick’s Not the Champ Just Yet Four weeks into the new season and you’d be forgiven for thinking this is the Monster Energy NASCAR Harvick Cup, especially given dominance of the Stewart-Haas veteran who has won three straight following the season-opening Daytona 500. Making matters more concerning for the …

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NASCAR 101: Keeping Up with 2018 NASCAR Driver Changes

Whew. What an off-season, right? If you’ve been following the NASCAR scene, particularly its top three national series, since mid-November, it’s probably been tough to get a handle for all the changes coming to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, XFINITY and Camping World Truck series in 2018. That can be …

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