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The weekend that was: Indianapolis

The weekend that was: Indianapolis

July 29, 2014 No Comments

By Mark Schafer One driver earned his first career victory, another earned his 90th and before that the dirt was slung and a new king of dirt track racing was crowned. Jeff Gordon needed an extra restart, and a tiny bit of luck based off a timely caution to move within 10 wins of closing […]

Harvick wins Kentucky Nationwide race

Harvick wins Kentucky Nationwide race

June 27, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  Kevin Harvick referred to Kentucky Speedway as a “frustrating place to race” in his post-race interview after Friday night’s Nationwide race. Maybe that’s because he hasn’t won at the track since the inaugural Nationwide race at the track in June,2001 or maybe it was because of the long night he had […]

Gaughan wins emotional race at Road America

Gaughan wins emotional race at Road America

June 21, 2014 No Comments

Brian Wiggins, Senior Writer  It’s been a long time since Brendan Gaughan had won a race; ten years, in fact. For the better part of the last decade, Gaughan has been all over the NASCAR map. From running in the Sprint Cup Series for Penske Racing to coming back to his family owned Truck Series […]

Menard slides into Michigan win

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 […]

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 […]

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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NNS: Logano dominates, yet steals a win at Dover

June 2, 2012 No Comments

With ten laps to go, the 5-Hour Energy 200 was Ryan Truex’s race to lose with nearly a two second lead over second place Joey Logano. As the laps wound down, Truex began to catch lapped traffic while battling handling issues with his Toyota. With only one group of lapped cars to catch, Truex would […]

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