Tag Archives: Kyle Busch

Martinsville NASCAR Penalty Report: Austin Dillon, Matt Tifft, Ryan Preece Among Those With Loose Lug Nuts

NASCAR announced penalties Monday (March 25) from this past weekend’s spring 2019 races at Martinsville Speedway. Both teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and Gander Outdoors Truck Series were hit with lug nut violations. However, no penalties beyond loose lug nuts were found in post-race inspection. There are …

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Brad Keselowski Dominant, Steamrolls Martinsville Field in 2019 STP 500

Merriam-Webster’s definition of the word “domination:” supremacy or preeminence over another. Domination, by that definition, is the best way to explain Brad Keselowski’s victory in Sunday’s (March 24) 2019 STP 500. The 2012 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion triumphed at Martinsville Speedway, winning every stage and leading 446 of …

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NASCAR 101: The Cup Series Returns to the Short Tracks

The Paperclip. The World’s Fastest Half-Mile. The Action Track. Three very distinct short tracks, yet some drivers in the 2018 season conquered each track’s challenges. Though the races at Martinsville, Bristol, and Richmond resulted in three different winners, quite a few drivers placed in the top 10 in at least …

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Fire on Fridays: You Don’t Have to Compare Richard Petty and Kyle Busch

Richard Petty is “The King” for a reason. His 200 wins in Cup series competition is a feat that’ll never be accomplished again. Whether you think all his wins are “legitimate” or not, you have to respect what the man has done. Kyle Busch‘s 200 wins (and counting) across all …

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Frontstretch Podcast: Breaking Down 200 Victories for Kyle Busch & Richard Petty, Chris Buescher Chats Hot Start

In this week’s edition of the Frontstretch Podcast, Dustin Albino and Mike Neff break down the difference in the 200 race victories for Kyle Busch and Richard Petty with a pile of statistics, after Busch joined the 200 club last weekend at Auto Club Speedway. Without necessarily comparing the two, we dig into what …

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