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Tech Talk: Trent Owens On Tires, Side Skirts & Penalties

The final race of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular season was not what Trent Owens wanted when his driver, Chris Buescher, had to win to make the playoffs. Brake issues relegated the No. 37 to a long night with no shot to shock the world. Owens and his …

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NASCAR 101: 5 Drivers Who Will Stand Out in the Cup Playoffs

Last weekend at Richmond Raceway, NASCAR set the field for the annual Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs with a lineup of drivers that consisted of 2017 race winners and three drivers who pointed their way in. All 16 drivers had a regular season that made them worthy of making …

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Furniture Row Racing Downgrading to One Car in 2018

After months of speculation on whether or not Furniture Row Racing would remain a two-car operation in 2018, team owner, Barney Visser confirmed that it will field just one car next season. On Thursday night’s Sirius XM NASCAR Radio show “Dialed In,” Visser admitted to selling the charter of the …

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Chase Briscoe, Johnny Sauter Lead Truck Chicagoland Practices

Chase Briscoe is still looking for his first win in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, but if his Chicagoland Speedway practice sessions are any indication, he might have a better shot than any come Friday. Briscoe led the opening practice session for the TheHouse.com 225 at Chicagoland Thursday (Sept. …

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Entry Lists: Pirelli World Challenge at Sonoma

This weekend, championships will be decided in Pirelli World Challenge’s GT, GTA, GT Cup and GTSA classes at Sonoma Raceway.  In the case of GT, the Sprint title and the overall GT title is up for grabs. For the GT/GTA/GT Cup races, 21 cars are currently entered.  Outside of the …

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Tyler Reddick Moves to JR Motorsports for 2018

After a season running part-time in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, Tyler Reddick will be back to full-time competition in 2018. JR Motorsports announced Thursday (Sept. 14) that Reddick will drive one of the team’s four full-time cars in the XFINITY Series next year. The signing currently comes as a multi-year …

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Eyes on XFINITY: JJ Yeley, TriStar Motorsports Surviving with Limited Funding

TriStar Motorsports has been racing in the XFINITY Series full-time since 2010, when they started with Jason Keller as the primary driver. In 2014, team owner, Mark Smith, ran a four-car operation, hoping to be the next big thing in the penultimate division of NASCAR. Fast forward just three years later, …

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