Tag Archives: Austin Dillon

Thinkin’ Out Loud: Kevin Harvick & Kyle Busch Top NASCAR Off Week 2 Retrospective

Who’s in the headline The most dominant car of the season has been the No. 4 of Kevin Harvick. Harvick has five wins along with the All-Star Race this season. Kyle Busch has four race victories and is the current points leader by 75 over Harvick. Martin Truex Jr. and …

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Tech Talk: Revisiting NASCAR Aero, Engines and New Rules with Justin Alexander

The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season has been a challenging year for Chevrolet. They are beginning to see the fruits of their labor, though as the learning curve on the new Camaro ZL1 reaches its peak. As of late, the Bowtie Brigade is scoring plenty of top-10 finishes, …

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Pace Laps: A Rainy Kind of NASCAR Weekend

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Stewart-Haas Racing Asserting Its Dominance For the seventh time this season, Stewart-Haas Racing is taking home another race win trophy, this time with Clint Bowyer’s second victory of the season in the rain-shortened race at Michigan International Speedway. Joining teammates Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick, …

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Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon Pace XFINITY Practices at Michigan

The XFINITY Series had two of the most anticipated practice sessions of the season on Friday (June 8) with a new restrictor plate package that NASCAR implemented most recently last weekend at Pocono Raceway The pair of practices didn’t disappoint having three and four-wide battles, while drivers were aggressive to …

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Who’s Hot & Who’s Not in NASCAR: Memorial Day Edition

The Greatest Day in Racing began on Sunday morning with Daniel Ricciardo leading every lap of F1‚Äôs Monaco Grand Prix. Then the focus shifted over to IndyCar, as Will Power won Team Penske‚Äôs 17th Indianapolis 500. The marathon concluded with NASCAR‚Äôs endurance trials at Charlotte Motor Speedway with the Coca-Cola …

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Tech Talk: Justin Alexander Prepares for Radical All-Star Rules Package

This weekend is a reward, or at least that is what it is supposed to be. Drivers and teams who have won a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race since 2017, along with winners of the All-Star Race in the last 10 years get to showcase their talents in front …

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