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MBM Motorsports Lays All Employees Off, Loaning Money to NASCAR Team Members Due To COVID-19

MBM Motorsports NASCAR Cup Series driver Timmy Hill has become a Cinderella story of the sport’s COVID-19 quarantine. He’s run no worse than third in every virtual event in the sport’s Pro Invitational Series, run on the same dates during the coronavirus pandemic as now-postponed 2020 Cup events. But on …

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Stock Car Scoop: NASCAR Cup Series Team Lays Off All Employees Due To COVID-19

Sim racing was in full effect within motorsports this past weekend as both NASCAR and INDYCAR held major virtual events. Who took the checkered flag in each? Find out in the April 20, 2020 edition of Stock Car Scoop with Bryan Nolen. Frontstretch’s new podcast focused on the motorsports news …

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Christopher Bell The Best of NASCAR’s Championship 4 in Ford EcoBoost 300 Practice

Of the four XFINITY Series championship contenders, it was Christopher Bell who was the fastest of all Friday (Nov. 16) at Homestead-Miami Speedway.  Bell turned in a lap at 167.193 mph on his very first lap in practice.  That held up for the rest of the day. Practice No. 1 …

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Entry List: OneMain Financial 200

Dover International Speedway hosts the fourth and final edition of the XFINITY Dash 4 Cash this Saturday.  As a result, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regulars are once again not allowed to compete. 41 teams are currently entered in the OneMain Financial 200, meaning that one team will have to …

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Carl Long Is Brutally Honest About His Team’s Woes, But He Remains Optimistic for 2018

Over the past few seasons, Carl Long has attempted to get MBM Motorsports off the ground running. However, whether it’s a setback here or there, he’s self-admittedly struggled. In early 2016, Long took over MBM Motorsports XFINITY Series program full-time, as co-owner Derek White was arrested on charges stemming from failing …

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The Underdog House: Small NASCAR Teams Thrive At Short Tracks

Cup Series racing at Martinsville is about survival and persistence. The on-track action always ruffles some feathers, best evidenced by the late-race incident between alpha dogs Denny Hamlin and Chase Elliott. What was happening between Kevin Harvick and Ryan Blaney served as the consolation sideshow. PETERS: What Happens Now For Hamlin …

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