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Larson’s extensive sprint car background, including his continued participation in numerous races during the Cup season, has often raised questions over whether NASCAR was where he really wanted to be racing full-time. Following his victory Sunday in the inaugural Cup race at Nashville Superspeedway – his fourth consecutive win including the All-Star Race – Larson
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Keselowski, has been offered a full-time Cup spot with Roush Fenway Racing beginning next season in a deal that would also include part-ownership in a renamed team called RFK (Roush-Fenway-Keselowski) Racing, multiple sources with knowledge of the deal have confirmed. Keselowski would become the driver of the #6 Ford, but it remains unclear how much
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DiBenedetto took the Stage 1 win under caution when a multi-car wreck erupted on the backstretch that sent Joey Logano’s #22 Team Penske Ford barrel-rolling down the track. Following a series of bumping moves, Logano appeared to get turned by Denny Hamlin’s Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota. Logano’s car veered left and made slight contact with
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Due to persistent rain showers and thunderstorms, Saturday night’s Cup race was stopped after 42 laps and has been postponed until 4pm local time on Sunday. When the Cup race was halted, Denny Hamlin was the leader followed by Joey Logano, Ryan Blaney, Martin Truex Jr and Chase Elliott. The latest schedule changes have meant
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Thursday’s test at Martinsville Speedway aims to determine whether rain tyres could be feasible at some short tracks in the future. Kyle Larson will pilot the #5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet and Chris Buescher will pilot the #17 Roush Fenway Racing Ford on a dampened track. NASCAR first used rain tyres in an official national series
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Late during the rain-delayed race, Bristol Motor Speedway issued a news release and the track’s executive vice president and general manager, Jerry Caldwell, announced over the public address system that the track’s spring Cup weekend in 2022 would once again feature dirt racing. “There has been so much buzz and excitement around the inaugural Food
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Television executives must have fielded pitches for every conceivable workplace comedy. Following the success of The Office (on both sides of the Atlantic), the likes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Parks and Recreation have both commanded legions of fans and airtime across the world. Adding to the extensive list of workplaces, a down-on-its-luck NASCAR outfit now
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NASCAR has made changes to the backstretch chicane of the Daytona International Speedway Road Course ahead of this weekend’s racing following criticism by drivers. During last week’s Busch Clash exhibition race on the road course, drivers complained that dirt and grass was being pulled onto the track when cars cut the corners on the backstretch
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