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NASCAR 101: Meet the Drivers Making Their Season — or Series — Debuts at the Daytona Road Course

The NASCAR schedule isn’t just visiting a new track this weekend when its top series tackle the Daytona International Speedway road course. Some new faces are coming along, too. As is often the case with NASCAR’s road course races, multiple drivers entered this weekend are not full-time competitors on any …

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Carson Hocevar to Run Part-Time Schedule for Niece Motorsports

Carson Hocevar will join Niece Motorsports in nine events in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series in 2020, the team announced Friday (Dec. 20). Hocevar competed in two races in 2019, one at Eldora Speedway for Jordan Anderson Racing and the other at ISM Raceway for Hill Motorsports. …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Meet the Youngsters Racing at ISM Raceway

The 2019 Lucas Oil 150 will make NASCAR history. Ten drivers born in the year 2000 or later will attempt to compete in the penultimate NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race of the season at ISM Raceway in Phoenix. Should all 10 drivers make the field, they will break the …

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Carson Hocevar to Debut at Eldora for Jordan Anderson Racing

A young driver is set to debut at Eldora Speedway next week in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Carson Hocevar will drive the No. 3 Chevrolet Silverado for Jordan Anderson Racing, the team announced Thursday (July 25). Let’s go dirt racing! Welcome @CarsonHocevar to the team for @EldoraSpeedway 🏁 …

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ARCA Preview: 2019 Shore Lunch 200 at Madison International Speedway

It’s a “Friday Night Special” this weekend for the ARCA Menards Series. After a thrilling finish at Michigan International Speedway, the series heads to Madison International Speedway for the Shore Lunch 200. Last weekend, championship points leader Michael Self passed Ty Majeski on the last lap to secure his sixth …

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ARCA Breakdown: 2019 Pensacola 200

After finishing outside the top 10 in his last three short track starts, the last place Michael Self wanted to have to rebound from a disastrous season opener at Daytona was another short track.  But 200 laps later, Self’s proclamation of “sucking at short track racing” proved false, as Venturini …

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