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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. […]

Larson grabs History 300 win from the high line

Larson grabs History 300 win from the high line

May 24, 2014 No Comments

  Brad Keselowski had ran up on some lapped traffic and Kyle Larson was just a few tenths of a second behind Keselowski, but Larson saw the open line. The only problem was that it was right next to the fence and would require the leaders, plus a lapped car to go three-wide on one […]

McMurray wins thrilling Sprint All-Star Race

McMurray wins thrilling Sprint All-Star Race

May 17, 2014 No Comments

Senior Writer, Brian Wiggins  If you were to go through a list of favorites before Saturday night’s Sprint All-Star Race, Jamie McMurray most likely would not have been on that list. McMurray is no stranger to success at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He won his first Sprint Cup race in October,2002 substituting for the injured Sterling […]

Kyle Busch dominates Charlotte truck race

Kyle Busch dominates Charlotte truck race

May 16, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  Any time Kyle Busch straps into a Camping World truck, he’s a threat to win. And when he races a truck at Charlotte Motor Speedway, he’s virtually unbeatable. Prior to Friday night’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200, Busch had won in five of his eight previous starts at Charlotte Motor Speedway […]

Bowyer, Allmendinger transfer in Sprint Showdown

Bowyer, Allmendinger transfer in Sprint Showdown

May 16, 2014 No Comments

By: Mark Schafer There were four  different lead changes in the NASCAR Sprint Showdown race, the race that qualifies the top two finishers into the NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star race. Although he started from the pole, Austin Dillon didn’t lead his first laps until the second segment. Shortly after the green flag fell, it was A.J. […]

Saturday night is a golden chance for Regan Smith

October 13, 2012 No Comments

In no way is the situation ideal for Regan Smith—or NASCAR for that matter—but there’s no denying he’s getting the biggest break of his Sprint Cup Series career, and maybe entire career, over the next two weeks. When NASCAR’ most popular driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr., opted not to race after being diagnosed with a concussion following last […]

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Logano leads most laps, drives to eighth win of the season

October 13, 2012 No Comments

Joey Logano has had the season that many drivers dream of. It may be in the Nationwide Series where Logano is intelligible for points, because he is racing for points in the higher-up NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but he is still having a season where everything seems to go right. Even when Logano was told that […]

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NNS: Sadler grabs pole for Dollar General 300

October 12, 2012 No Comments

Elliott Sadler and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. have been in a tight battle all year for the NASCAR Nationwide Series points championship. Coming to the final stretch for the season, it was Sadler that grabbed the first victory in the race for that championship, as Sadler was the fastest of all the NNS drivers when it […]

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