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Matt Tifft Sees Front Row Motorsports Becoming a Threat

The favorites for the 2019 Rookie of the Year award are Ryan Preece and Daniel Hemric, but in that battle lies an underdog — Matt Tifft, driver of Front Row Motorsports’ No. 36 Ford Mustang. Tifft, a 22-year-old from Hinckley, Ohio, advances to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series after …

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2018 NASCAR Driver Reviews: Michael McDowell

In 2018, Michael McDowell made the move to Front Row Motorsports in the No. 34 car. The move was met with its own criticism and optimism as McDowell replaced fan favorite Landon Cassill, but McDowell himself was met with a similar situation at his former home of Leavine Family Racing as he …

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2018 Xfinity Series Review: Playoff Teams

Heading into 2018, the Xfinity Series was stacked with competition — more so than even 2016 or 2017 with returning veterans, fresh babyfaces entering the next chapter of their career and even Cup drivers making the leap back down to be competitive in the top preliminary division. Your browser does not …

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Frontstretch Podcast: Talking Offseason News, Plethora of Changes

In a special offseason episode of the Frontstretch Podcast, Dustin Albino, Mike Neff and Zach Catanzareti discuss all the news that’s transpired since Homestead. We start with the elephant in the room, that being Kurt Busch making the move to Chip Ganassi Racing, replacing Jamie McMurray who will take on an analyst role at Fox Sports. What do …

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Matt Tifft Joins Front Row Motorsports for 2019; Michael McDowell, David Ragan Returning

For the first time since 2015, Front Row Motorsports will field a full-time three-car field for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. Matt Tifft will pilot the third entry for 2019, the No. 36, while both David Ragan and Michael McDowell will return. “Today is a huge moment …

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The Underdog House: Wrapping Up NASCAR’s Small Teams For 2018

Think Small If there is a lesson to be learned from the 2018 season and the underdog teams, it’s that the right combination of team and driver is everything. Perhaps the biggest example is one of a small-team driver moving into fully-funded equipment and flourishing, as Aric Almirola has when …

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Who’s Hot & Who’s Not in NASCAR: Chaos Aplenty at Phoenix For a Predictable Result

Though the Can-Am 500K at ISM Raceway ended with a predictable top four duking it out for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship next week, and a Kyle Busch win, it was bizarre how many twists and turns it took to get there. First, Kevin Harvick had to deal …

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