Chevrolet Rides to Victory Lane with Chase Elliott

NASCAR did not have a great idea of what kind of racing the new aero package would produce at Talladega this weekend.  They allowed teams to change gears after RPMs were up around 9000 and the giant spoiler, roof wicker, air ducts, oil pans and tapered spacer had a lot of teams scratching their heads. Speed was not a problem, even with the lower hp engines since the engines actually gave more power and throttle response than the restrictor plate package gave. Views: 427

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DW Says Goodbye at Bristol

With stands that were filled to a fraction of their capacity, good ol’ Darrel Waltrip announced his decision to retire from NASCAR broadcasting. This was the final time we’ll hear “Boogity, boogity, boogity!” at one of the most famous tracks in all of NASCAR. Views: 505

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Denny Hamlin Overcomes Two Mistakes to Win at Texas

In what I would call the best 1.5 mile race to date, Denny Hamlin had to overcome a few mistakes to grab the checkers at Texas, his second win of the season. Hamlin took his time getting to Victory Lane after missing the entrance to pit road and having two penalties on pit road. Views: 637

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NASCAR National Series News & Notes — Texas Motor Speedway

Click past the jump for all the NASCAR news and notes for the upcoming race weekend at Texas, including the Monster Energy Cup Series, the Xfinity Series, and the Gander Outdoors Truck Series….. Views: 272

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New Locales for Championship Race, Regular Season Finale Among Highlights of NASCAR Cup Series 2020 Schedule Announcement

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 26, 2019) – A champion crowned in the desert. The Last Great Colosseum becomes a postseason factor. A tricky doubleheader. The birthplace of NASCAR bookends the regular season. NASCAR today announced significant, dynamic changes to the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series schedule, with intriguing shifts during both the regular season and the Playoffs. Views: 372

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Keselowski Keeps the Wins Coming for Team Penske

Brad Keselowski didn’t just win the race at Martinsville, he flat out dominated the race. Kes won both stages and led 446 of the 500 laps. Even though the racing was “closer” than it had been at the mile-and-a-half tracks, I would call this a whoopin’. Views: 545

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