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William Byron ‘Excited’ About 2017 with JR Motorsports

One year ago, not many people in the NASCAR world knew who William Byron was. He had just become the K&N Pro Series East champion, winning the 2015 title. In one year of competition in the Camping World Truck Series while driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports, he became one of the most popular …

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Spencer Gallagher to Race Full-Time in XFINITY Series, Will Return to Truck Series

Spencer Gallagher will be extending his NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule in 2017. The 27-year-old son of GMS Racing founder Maury Gallagher competed in the Camping World Truck Series full-time in 2016, finishing 12th in the standings during his sophomore season. With eight top 10s and two pole awards, Gallagher believes “it …

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XFINITY Season Finale Doesn’t Define Justin Allgaier’s Season, He Says

Justin Allgaier did not expect to be sitting on pit road after the NASCAR XFINITY Series Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Instead, he thought he’d be celebrating his first championship since breaking into NASCAR’s top three divisions in 2008. When the checkered flag flew, he leaned against his car, …

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Elliott Sadler: ‘This One Is Hard to Swallow’

Leading the championship standings through most of the regular season, Elliott Sadler was one of the favorites for the 2016 XFINITY Series championship. It came down to the last lap, but he came up short in his quest of becoming a NASCAR champion. Saturday afternoon at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Sadler struggled …

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Daniel Suarez Dominates Homestead to Win XFINITY Championship

Pole, most laps led and a race victory. Daniel Suarez had it all Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway to win his first XFINITY Series championship in his second season. Steering clear of an off-the-pace Cole Whitt, whose TriStar Motorsports team decided not to pit under the final caution, Suarez held off …

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Elliott Sadler Relieved as Personal Issues Subside in Time for Championship 4

“Stay focused.” That pair of words means the world to JR Motorsports’ Elliott Sadler. The last time he was in a Chase, it was a dozen years ago, when he was competing for Robert Yates Racing in NASCAR’s first year of having a playoff format. The odds were against him …

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