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Odds and Ends Around the Track: Richmond Spring

Odds and Ends Around the Track: Richmond Raceway Spring Usually, I am part of the “Stop Looking at the Empty Seats” group, but last weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway should be used as the evidence on how bad things have gotten. Despite closing down the corner grandstands, the empty seats …

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Brandon Brown Replaces Josh Bilicki at RSS Racing for Richmond Xfinity Event

Brandon Brown‘s 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff bid is still alive. The primary driver of the No. 86 Chevrolet Camaro for his family-owned Brandonbilt Motorsports will not be behind the wheel of the car at Richmond Raceway this weekend, as Mason Diaz will be making his season debut. “What an …

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Kaz Grala’s ‘Last-Ditch Effort’ That Landed Him a Ride With Richard Childress Racing

After making his 2019 Xinity Series debut at Texas Motor Speedway with Richard Childress Racing a couple of weeks ago, Kaz Grala will once again pilot the No. 21 HotScream Chevrolet when the series hits Richmond Raceway this weekend. In mid-February, RCR and Grala announced a partnership that put him …

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The 12: NASCAR Power Rankings Food City 500 Edition

Bristol winner Kyle Busch has flipped the stat books upside down again. Now with eight top 10s to open a season, Busch is tied for the best start to a season ever in this decade. At this rate, what other stats can he rewrite? Kevin Harvick had a very un-Kevin-Harvick-like …

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The Frontstretch 5: Memorable Weather Events in NASCAR

Spring has sprung, and with it comes the atmospheric instability that has wreaked havoc on NASCAR’s schedule since the sport’s inception. Rain, snow, wind, thunderstorms and even fog have spawned delays and allowed for some surprising race winners over the years, all courtesy of Mother Nature. 1. The 2001 Winston …

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