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Tech Talk: Tires, Shocks & Unknowns with Jason Ratcliff

Coming off a challenging weekend at Martinsville Speedway, where qualifying was canceled and teams had to start on points, Jason Ratcliff and his No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing team for Matt Kenseth had to battle hard but managed to overcome that initial deficit to come home in ninth. The outside …

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Daily Fantasy Forecast: O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 Preview

The seventh stop on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series circuit comes Sunday in Fort Worth. The green flag rolls off after 1:30 p.m. ET at Texas Motor Speedway for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500. MENCS teams hit the track Friday at noon ET for practice and then 6:15 p.m. …

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Frontstretch Podcast – 2017 Episode 6: NASCAR Millennials

Episode 6: NASCAR Millennials with Matt Stallknecht, Tom Bowles, and Danny Peters This week’s topics include: Evaluating “what went right” in a successful Martinsville weekend for NASCAR First-quarter look at NASCAR’s health through six races Discussing why Martinsville has faced attendance struggles Getting to the bottom of why millennials are …

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4 Burning Questions: Will Kyle Larson Bring Dominance to Martinsville?

1. Kyle Larson: Will the Kid Keep It Going? Kyle Larson is in a special place as a racecar driver. He can win every week. We all know anything can happen on Sunday, but this guy was only a few close breaks away from having six consecutive wins in the …

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Who’s Hot & Who’s Not in NASCAR: Second Chance Edition

We saw a lot of Kyle Larson and Martin Truex, Jr. up front during Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at California’s Auto Club Speedway. But what we had not seen this year, and only once before, was Larson finishing up front. Larson’s second career victory put to rest a series …

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Tech Talk: Jason Ratcliff Talks Segment Strategies, Multi-Zone Tires and Turn Radii

Three races into 2017 and crew chiefs are still in the early stages of figuring out the latest edition of the low-downforce package. Aside from Daytona International Speedway, which is a restrictor plate race, the other two events have been the first real tests with the new package. It is …

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