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The Underdog House: No Margin For Error With NASCAR’s Small Teams

No Margin For Error Last week, we looked at the importance of improvement for small teams.  For those that realistically just can’t compete with their powerhouse rivals on a weekly basis, it’s a better measure than finishes alone. It’s also an important step for those teams a step ahead of the game, …

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NASCAR 101: Your Cheat Sheet to Cup Series’ Team & Driver Changes

Good lord, is it really that time of year again? Despite an offseason that frankly felt like a four-week break, it is indeed true: NASCAR racing is back, and even though you just now figured out who Kaulig Racing is and finally learned how to spell half the new Camping …

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Rick Ware Racing Moving to Cup Series Full-Time in 2017

There will be another new full-time entry in NASCAR’s premier series come 2017. Rick Ware Racing will field the No. 51 Chevrolet starting at Daytona International Speedway come February, with several drivers taking the helm of the team’s entry. Timmy Hill will be the first to attempt to make the …

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The Underdog House: Getting a Foothold in 21st Century NASCAR

Think Small One of the chief worries about NASCAR’s charter system when it was instituted this year was how new teams would be able to get a foothold in the sport, and while that is a concern on paper, in practice, the charter system changes very little, because teams entering …

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Denny Hamlin, Timmy Hill Teams Receive Post-Darlington Warnings

It’s vintage NASCAR to try and gain a competitive edge. So following throwback weekend, it was no surprise to find a couple of teams receiving warnings from NASCAR. Denny Hamlin was posted for failing pre-race tech four times, his car finally allowed on the grid following the fifth pass through …

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