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Pace Laps: The NASCAR Horseshoe Goes To… Brad Keselowski

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: A New Horseshoe In Town 24 races into the NASCAR season, Brad Keselowski sat winless. Team Penske was an afterthought in the championship race, winning just once at Talladega with Joey Logano. It was Stewart-Haas Racing, not their three-car operation, that had superior speed at …

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Pace Laps: Destruction & Heartbreak in Daytona

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Team Penske’s Poor Performance Daytona’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 didn’t move the needle on restrictor plate racing. But for those who love it? The race got your heart pumping for the better part of four hours. There was a first-time winner, Erik Jones, who made …

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Nitro Shots: Odds & Ends

The NHRA announced the 2018 schedule last week, and other than a few dates jostling around at the beginning of the summer stretch, it’s pretty much unchanged from what it has been. The Route 66 Nationals from Chicago move to an earlier date the first weekend of June, while the …

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Torrence, DeJoria, Anderson and Krawiec Top Charts for 4-Wide Nationals

Top Fuel driver Steve Torrence got his 4-Wide weekend off to a strong start, topping the one and only qualifying session on a rainy Friday and holding on through two rounds on a sunny and warm Saturday to take home No. 1 qualifier honors for the NHRA’s most unique event of …

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Nitro Shots: How Important Is Speed?

Perhaps the biggest change coming into 2016, as touched upon in last week’s Nitro Shots, took place in the Pro Stock category. Gone are carburetors in favor of Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) systems. Gone also are the big hood scoops that accompanied the carburetion era. According to some of the …

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Pace Laps: Excellent XFINITY Finish, NHRA Burn Down, Fantastic Ferrari and More

SPRINT CUP: From Sidelines Back To Superstar  Kyle Busch’s battle back from injury has been well documented. So has his return to Victory Lane, three times in the last four weeks entering Indianapolis. But Busch’s Brickyard 400 triumph Sunday, the first for Toyota at the esteemed 2.5-mile oval simply took …

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