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Eyes on Xfinity: Comcast Stepping Up Its Military Salute Program

No other professional sport salutes the military like NASCAR, with a number of specific programs aimed at honoring our nation’s soldiers. This season, Comcast NBCUniversal, which owns Xfinity, has become one of the sport’s top sponsors and supporters of NASCAR’s mission to support our armed forces. This aspect has been …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Chad Finchum, Brian Keselowski Learning Together at MBM Motorsports

The driver/crew chief dynamic is one of the key components of being successful in NASCAR. This weekend at Chicagoland Speedway marks the one-year anniversary of Brian Keselowski calling the shots for MBM Motorsports driver Chad Finchum. Keselowski, 37, older brother to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski, has …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Michael Annett Feeling Rejuvenated In 2019

Maybe all it took was a number change and crew chief switch for Michael Annett to win his first race, but whatever the case, he is enjoying a career-rejuvenating year with JR Motorsports in 2019. Go back to 2018, when Annett, 32, didn’t earn his first top-10 finish until mid-August at …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Ray Black Jr. Happy With Return To SS Green Light Racing

In late January, Frontstretch reported Ray Black Jr. was returning to SS Green Light Racing for the full 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. Four months later and the Florida native is happy with the return to the team, having gone through the opening 11 races of the campaign. Black, 28, began his …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Move Over Monster; Xfinity Does More for Their Series

From the outside, casual race fans probably think of Xfinity as just a TV and Internet service provider. But when looking at what Xfinity does for NASCAR from the inside, it’s much more than that. Sure, at the beginning of each season or when Xfinity comes out with something new, …

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Eyes on Xfinity: David Starr Talks Switch to Jimmy Means Racing

In present-day NASCAR, it’s rare for a driver to move up the proverbial national touring series ladder late in their career. However, that’s exactly what David Starr has done over the past five seasons. Starr, 51, primarily drove in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series between 1998 and 2013, running 27 …

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