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Keselowski dominates New Hampshire

Keselowski dominates New Hampshire

July 13, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  After winning yesterday’s 200-lap Nationwide Series event and having a strong car throughout each practice session of the weekend, Brad Keselowski was the favorite heading into Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). Staring seventh, Keselowski quickly made his way up through the field, taking the […]

Busch wins New Hampshire pole, new track record

Busch wins New Hampshire pole, new track record

July 11, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  For the thirteenth time in 2014, a track record has been broken in qualifying. Kyle Busch set the fast time during Coors Light Pole Qualifying for this weekend’s Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire (Loudon) Motor Speedway. Turning a lap averaging the flat, one-mile oval at 138.130, Busch won […]

Fantasy Preview: Camping World RV Sales 301

Fantasy Preview: Camping World RV Sales 301

July 9, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  For the first time this season, NASCAR visits the “Magic Mile” of New Hampshire Motor Speedway. New Hampshire is one of the more unique tracks on the Sprint Cup schedule. It’s a flat, one-mile oval that looks simple, but can give drivers and crews fits when it comes to setting up […]

Kurt Busch and team penalized

Kurt Busch and team penalized

July 8, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  Following a third-place finish in Sunday’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR has penalized Kurt Busch and his team following an infraction during post-race inspection. Busch was docked ten championship points, knocking him from twenty-fourth to twenty-sixth in points. Busch now sits behind AJ Allmendinger and Martin Truex Jr. […]

Almirola wins rain-challenged Coke Zero 400

Almirola wins rain-challenged Coke Zero 400

July 6, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  On this weekend thirty-years ago, Richard Petty won his two-hundreth and final Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway in the Firecracker 400. Since that day, the famous No.43′s trips to victory lane have been rare. The last time that famous number was first to the checkered flag was back in […]

Gilliland wins Coke Zero 400 pole

Gilliland wins Coke Zero 400 pole

July 4, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  Front Row Motorsports, despite the name, has never started a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race from the front row. In their history, they have one career win which came last year at Talladega Superspeedway with David Ragan. The super speedways of NASCAR are the great equalizer. The rule of thumb is […]

Fantasy Preview: Coke Zero 400

Fantasy Preview: Coke Zero 400

July 2, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  When trying to pick a fantasy roster for a restrictor plate tracks, you’re almost better off throwing all of the names on the entry list into a hat and picking at random. With restrictor plate being the most open races on the schedule in terms of competitiveness, it is truly anyone’s […]

Time to rethink Cup at Kentucky?

Time to rethink Cup at Kentucky?

June 29, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  There may be no event on the Sprint Cup schedule that has had more issues in recent years than Kentucky Speedway. From the overall debacle that was the inaugural race in 2011 to Saturday night’s lack-luster crowd, it hasn’t been easy for Kentucky Speedway in their short tenure on the schedule. […]

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