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Brett Moffitt Blames Lapped Traffic for Loss at Dover

When Brett Moffitt won the pole for Friday’s (May 3) JEGS 200 at Dover International Speedway by two-tenths of a second, it was clear he had a good Chevrolet Silverado. And to a degree, he had a career day. Moffitt led a career-high 78 laps at Dover before getting passed …

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Tyler Reddick, Austin Cindric Top Xfinity Practices at Dover

In preparation for Saturday’s (May 4) Allied Steel Buildings 200 at Dover International Speedway, Tyler Reddick and Austin Cindric topped the scoring pylon in a pair of Xfinity Series practices. Opening Practice Coming off his first victory of 2019, Reddick led much of the opening session with a lap of …

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Alex Bowman Hoping to Build Off Talladega Finish

There’s no hiding it, Hendrick Motorsports has struggled through the first 10 races of the Monster Energy Cup Series season. One driver in particular that’s struggled, is Alex Bowman. Bowman, 26, is coming off a season in which he made it to the Round of 12 in the postseason, though …

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Brett Moffitt Earns Dover NASCAR Truck Series Pole for 2019 JEGS 200

Brett Moffitt turned a fast lap of 22.303 seconds to grab the pole for the 2019 JEGS 200 Friday night (May 3) at Dover International Speedway. The No. 24 Chevrolet truck turned a lap of 161.413 mph around the “Monster Mile,” about a mile-and-a-half faster than Johnny Sauter’s No. 13 …

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Kurt Busch Leads First 2019 Gander RV 400 Practice At Dover

Under cloudy and foggy skies at Dover International Speedway, Kurt Busch led the lone Friday practice session Friday (May 3) for the 2019 Gander RV 400. Busch pulled off a lap at 168.444 mph. That’s around four mph faster than the track record qualifying speed set by Brad Keselowski back …

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Entry List: Mid-Ohio 120

For Saturday’s IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Mid-Ohio 120, there are 37 cars entered, down from 43 at Sebring.  Most of the changes are in the headlining Grand Sport class. In Grand Sport, there are a number of teams that raced at Sebring that are not entered this weekend.  Likely the …

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Win & You’re In — Probably (& Other Confusing Rules)

After Chase Elliott‘s victory on Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the never-ending playoffs discussion turned to his automatic eligibility for NASCAR’s postseason. Since this version of the champion selection process was announced, the talking heads on the idiot box have continuously spouted that a …

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4 Burning Questions: Where’s the Credibility?

Who will be fastest under the new (old?) qualifying format? This week, in what looks to be the series finale of General Qualifying, NASCAR has finally decided to stop pouring Coca-Cola on a bullet wound and has reinstated single-car qualifying. Multi-round qualifying is dead, and group qualifying is done everywhere …

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