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2017 XFINITY Series Review

Heading into the 2017 season, the XFINITY Series was stacked with competition with returning veterans, fresh babyfaces entering the next chapter of their career and even Cup drivers making the leap back down to be competitive in the top preliminary division. With all of that, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers …

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Eyes on XFINITY: Christopher Bell’s Kansas Victory Showcases Why He’s Moving Up Next Year

As the 2017 season inches ever closer to its conclusion, Christopher Bell is making a run for the Camping World Truck Series championship with Kyle Busch Motorsports in what turns out to be his final year in the series. Next season, he’ll join Joe Gibbs Racing to run full-time in …

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Eyes on XFINITY: Tommy Joe Martins Still Surviving in NASCAR

In 2016, Tommy Joe Martins solidified his spot in NASCAR after an outburst on Twitter regarding the economics of the sport. On Oct. 9, 2017, he was at it again, displaying how it’s almost impossible for small teams to compete in NASCAR due to the distribution of prize money. Of …

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Eyes on XFINITY: Matt Tifft Ecstatic for Chance at Championship

This season was considered a big year for Matt Tifft, as he was replacing reigning XFINITY Series champion Daniel Suarez and getting a crack at the series where Joe Gibbs Racing has dominated over the past decade. For the Ohio native, there have been many positives, along with a few setbacks. …

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Eyes on XFINITY: Kentucky Victory Long Time Coming for Tyler Reddick

When Tyler Reddick announced at Homestead-Miami Speedway last November that he was running a part-time XFINITY Series schedule with Chip Ganassi Racing, he bet on himself. The California native was graduating from the Camping World Truck Series, a place he spent the better part of three seasons with Brad Keselowski …

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Eyes on XFINITY: JR Motorsports Overwhelming Favorites for Championship

The regular season for the 2017 XFINITY Series has come and gone and one thing has remained certain since Daytona: JR Motorsports is the team to beat. Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier, William Byron and Michael Annett comprise the quartet of drivers under the JRM banner. The organization has been the most consistent …

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