Bubba Wallace wins dramatic Gateway truck race

June 14, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  NASCAR hasn’t raced at Gateway Motorsports Park since 2010. The last time a national touring series visited the track, it had a different name. With the heavy influx of youth now overtaking the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, the majority of the field had never raced at the unique racetrack before […]

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Ollies Bargin Outlet 250: Where they finished

June 14, 2014 No Comments

By Mark Schafer A flat tire late sealed the deal for Joey Logano as he had to pit late, essentially handing the victory over to Paul Menard. As with any Michigan race the racing was three and four-wide during most of the race, and the finishing order was decided by a late pit-stop and strategy, […]

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Menard slides into Michigan win

June 14, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  With five laps to go, everything looked to be wrapped up in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race. Joey Logano was increasing his lead in his No.22 Team Penske Ford and looked to have his second Nationwide Series win at Michigan International Speedway wrapped up. That was until a flat, right-rear […]

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Kevin Harvick wins Michigan pole, new track record

June 13, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  There may be no hotter driver in 2014 in the Sprint Cup Series than Kevin Harvick. With two wins on the season, Harvick and his No.4 Stewart-Haas Racing team have been fast at each and every racetrack visited thus far. That was the case again this weekend at Michigan International Speedway. […]

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Fantasy Preview: Quicken Loans 400

June 11, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will make their annual trip to the Irish Hills of Michigan for Father’s Day weekend with the running of the Quicken Loans 400. Michigan International Speedway (MIS) has been known for two things as of late: Fast speeds and fuel milage. Typically, the two wouldn’t be […]

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Earnhardt Jr steals Pocono win

June 8, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn’t have the best car at Pocono Raceway on Sunday. He didn’t start on the pole, he didn’t lead the most laps, either. But, when the pay window opened, Eanhardt Jr. was the one to capitalize. After starting on the pole, Brad Keselowski dominated the afternoon in the […]

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Crafton uses all 13 gallons to claim Texas victory

June 7, 2014 No Comments

  Fuel was running low, but so were the laps. Last year’s champion, Matt Craton was leading the race, and all of the closest competitors and former lap leaders were falling further and further behind. That’s because the previous leaders of the race, Ryan Blaney, Darrell Wallace Jr, and Ron Hornaday were all heading for […]

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Hamlin wins Pocono pole, new track record

June 6, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  Ever since his first trip to Pocono Raceway in a Sprint Cup car in 2006, Denny Hamlin has had Pocono figured out. The driver of the No.11 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing swept both races at the 2.5-mile, triangle-shaped track in his rookie campaign. His first career win –as well as […]

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