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NASCAR 101: NASCAR’s Current Owner-Drivers

Where have all the owner-drivers gone? Well, it certainly ain’t the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Which is probably a different story from when many who read this first started following NASCAR. The story of the owner-driver — the do-it-all wheelman who can balance a checkbook just as well as …

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Entry List: Fr8 Auctions 250

After a one-month hiatus from competition, the NASCAR Camping World Truck series heads to Talladega Superspeedway for the running of the Fr8 Auctions 250. This is the final race in the first round of the Truck Series playoffs. 36 teams are on the entry list, meaning that four teams will …

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10 Teams Warned After Talladega

10 teams between the Sprint Cup and XFINITY series were warned for failing pre-race inspection multiple times during the Talladega race weekend, including the No. 48 of Jimmie Johnson. Johnson’s team failed template inspection three times and in addition to his warning he will lose 15 minutes of practice time …

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NASCAR 101: 5 NASCAR Drivers Present & Future at ARCA’s Talladega Race

In the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, teams visit the two 2-and-a-half-mile superspeedways, Daytona International Raceway and Talladega Superspeedway, twice a year, for four races total. In the XFINITY Series, it’s slightly less, at three races. Even less in the Camping World Truck Series, which races twice. On the other hand, …

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Landon Cassill Out, Bobby Gerhart in for XFINITY Weekend at Chicagoland

Landon Cassill will compete in a race this weekend, just not in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Cassill, the regular driver of JD Motorsports‘ No. 01 Chevrolet, will compete in the Ironman 70.3 at Mont Tremblant on June 21. Team owner Johnny Davis announced Tuesday that the team will shuffle around …

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Nationwide Series Breakdown: 2009 Subway Jalapeno 250 at Daytona

Saturday night’s race at Daytona was shaping up to be a tremendous finish, until a messy wreck on lap 96 stopped the battle at the front of the field and scattered debris and rescue equipment all over the 2.5 mile oval. And in their infinite wisdom, NASCAR chose not to red flag the race, instead settling for a green-white-checker finish. Still, the two lap shootout at the finish had all the potential in the world.

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