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Will Rodgers to Run for Brandonbilt Motorsports at Mid-Ohio, ROVAL

After being highly touted for his road racing abilities, Will Rodgers is being slotted in the No. 86 Brandonbilt Motorsports car at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and the ROVAL over the next two months. That pairing will start this Saturday (August 10) at Mid-Ohio, a place Rodgers has never competed …

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Will Rodgers to Make Xfinity Series Debut at Iowa

Another NASCAR Next driver will be making their first career national series start this weekend. Will Rodgers, a four-time K&N Pro Series road course winner, will make his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut for Brandonbilt Motorsports at Iowa Speedway, driving the No. 68 American Liver Foundation/Risk Management Advisors Chevrolet in the …

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Entry List: 2019 U.S. Cellular 250

The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to the 7/8-mile, banked short track at Iowa Speedway as 39 drivers will attempt to qualify for 38 spots to complete in the 11th annual U.S. Cellular 250 on Saturday afternoon. Joining the series regulars will be drivers Ryan Repko, making his second start of …

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Fire on Fridays: The Return of the Road Course Specialist?

Ron Fellows. Boris Said. Dan Gurney. Scott Pruett. The list goes on and on. Max Papis. Jan Magnussen. Don’t forget Nelson Piquet Jr. or even Kenny Habul. But what happened the road course ringer? Once one of the most exciting group of racers on the NASCAR schedule has all but …

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2018 NASCAR Next Class Announced

The 2018 NASCAR Next class was announced on Tuesday afternoon, featuring nine drivers in the developmental ranks of NASCAR who are looking to take the next step in their racing careers. Anthony Alfredo, Hailee Deegan, Riley Herbst, Derek Kraus, Chase Purdy, Will Rodgers, Zane Smith, Tanner Thorson and Ryan Vargas …

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Aschenbach Wins Lime Rock GTS Race No. 1, Wittmer wins TC

Pirelli World Challenge’s GT, GTA and GT Cup classes weren’t the only ones having at it on Saturday. ¬†Four other classes were on track first. In the GTS class event, Brett Sandberg started his ANSA Motorsports KTM X-Bow GT4 on pole with Lawson Aschenbach alongside in the No. 10 Chevrolet …

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