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Couch Potato Tuesday: Technical Issues Mar TNT Broadcast… Again

Toyota has stood the Camping World Truck Series on its ear thus far in 2014, going 10 for 10 in race wins. Kyle Busch Motorsports has authored 9 of those 10 races.

All three NASCAR series hit Kentucky Speedway for a weekend under the lights. The Nationwide and Camping World Truck series broadcasts were marred by problematic winners and other issues ranging minor to major, while the big one — the Quaker State 400 for the Sprint Cup Series — had its usual issues typified by TNT’s …

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Nationwide Breakdown: John R. Elliott Hero Campaign 300

Just when it looks like Kevin Harvick has been taken out of the game, he storms back with a vengeance. Harvick earned his second Nationwide Series win of the season on Friday night at Kentucky Speedway in the John R. Elliott Hero Campaign 300. After what he said were numerous mistakes on pit road by …

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Fan’s View: Some Unfamiliar Faces Appearing in NASCAR’s Victory Lane… Awesome!

Something odd is happening in NASCAR. Should you only watch the Cup coverage on Sunday, you wouldn’t notice. But tune in on Saturday or even the occasional Friday and the difference can’t be avoided. After about four seasons, a herd of young drivers are ready to stampede over the list of about 30 names that …

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Kevin Harvick Dominates, Ty Dillon Impresses in 2012 Kroger 250 at Martinsville

Rookie Ty Dillon and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship hopeful James Buescher tried to mount a charge on a late restart, but it was Kevin Harvick who went to victory lane on Saturday at Martinsville Speedway in the Kroger 250 with a dominating performance at the .526-mile short track. Harvick led all but two …

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Dialing It In: Richard Childress Right Where He Left Off

This season is shaping up to be one of the best for long-time team owner Richard Childress. After years of rebuilding and disappointment, the six-time championship car owner appears to be back atop his game. Earlier this year, Childress inked driver Kevin Harvick to a three year contract extension, despite losing primary sponsor Shell/Pennzoil. Since …

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5 Points to Ponder: Elliott Sadler’s Time Has Passed, NASCAR’s Nationwide Inconsistency & 1 Talented Grandson

Sitting 27th in the points, Elliott Sadler is sitting fourth of four teams in the Richard Petty Motorsports stable. And while teammates AJ Allmendinger and Paul Menard are also outside the top 20 in the standings, it’s the way Sadler has limped to 27th that truly has the Virginia veteran the backmarker of the RPM fleet. He has no top-10 finishes, just four top 20s in 19 starts, and has been hardly competitive thus far in 2010 at any track sans Daytona.

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