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2019 Xfinity Series Review, Pt. 3: Part-Time Standouts

Compared to the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, part-time drivers didn’t fare as well in 2019. Regardless, some made the most of their opportunities this past season. Filled with veterans, drivers who have talent but can’t find the funding to put a whole season together and fresh faces, the Xfinity …

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H2 Motorsports Plans Part-Time Run for Rest of 2019, Hopes for Full-Time 2020 Schedule

H2 Motorsports will attempt a part-time schedule for the rest of the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series season before a tentative full-time 2020 run, the team announced Thursday, Sept. 5. Formed in May 2019, H2 Motorsports has competed in seven events this season before withdrawing at Darlington Raceway. While a driver …

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H2 Motorsports Parts Ways With Shane Lee

NASCAR Xfinity Series team H2 Motorsports has parted ways with driver Shane Lee, according to Catchfence. Lee has confirmed this news on Twitter in reply to a fan’s query, simply stating, “That is correct.” That is correct — Shane Lee (@ShaneLeeRacing) August 28, 2019 The team debuted its No. 28 …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Shane Lee, H2 Motorsports Looking Toward the Future

When Shane Lee and H2 Motorsports — a new NASCAR Xfinity Series team — announced they were going to run the second half of the 2019 season, many people didn’t think they’d make it to the first race. Now seven races in, not only have they made it, but five …

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NASCAR 101: Top Average Finish By Xfinity Drivers at Daytona & Talladega

Here’s the cool thing about this weekend’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway: no Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers. For a while, that would have been a rarity in NASCAR, something to shock. There was a period of time in NASCAR’s secondary series when an Xfinity regular …

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Friday Faceoff: Will Taking Away Wins Serve Its Intended Purpose?

For the first time in over 20 years, NASCAR disqualified a race winner following post race inspection. Will it deter teams from pushing the envelope too much? Frank Velat: Not likely. There’s too much to be gained with a win. Al Niece had a less than enthusiastic response to the team getting …

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