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Richard Childress Racing, Caterpillar extend relationship
Caterpillar has sponsored Richard Childress Racing since 2009.
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Circle Sport parts ways with The Motorsports Group
The two teams managed the No. 33 Chevrolet driven by Jeffrey Earnhardt in 2017.
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AJ Allmendinger making return to Rolex 24 at Daytona in 2018
The JTG Daugherty Racing driver will compete in the endurance race for Michael Shank Racing.
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Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s to sponsor RCR in Cup, Xfinity in 2018
Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's will sponsor Ryan Newman in several races, including the Daytona 500.
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Here’s the eligible drivers for the 2018 Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona
Twenty drivers are eligible to compete in the Feb. 11 exhibition race.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram injury update: still in ICU, but continues to show progress
Jack Ingram's family hopes he's able to move out of ICU in the coming days.
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K&N Pro Series West 2018 schedule includes Las Vegas dirt race
The K&N Pro Series West will compete on the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track on Sept. 13.
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Report: Kurt Busch to re-sign with Stewart-Haas Racing to drive No. 41 Ford
Busch won the 2017 Daytona 500 for Stewart-Haas Racing.
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Danny Stockman Jr. returning as Daniel Hemric’s crew chief in 2018
Daniel Hemric had Randall Burnett as his crew chief for the final five races of the 2017 season.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. dominates in 2017 RCCA ELITE Diecast sales
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has six cars on the year-end list put out by the Racing Collectables Club of America.
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Social Roundup: Sights from the Xfinity, Truck Series Awards Banquet
NASCAR recognized the top drivers and teams in the Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series on Saturday.
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Your guide to the 2018 Cup Series paint schemes
A look at all the Cup Series paint schemes announced so for the 2018 season.
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Former Pocono Raceway marketing communications director dies after cancer battle
Ryan Yanoshak worked at Pocono Raceway for two years beginning in October 2015.
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Christopher Bell leaving comfort of Kyle Busch Motorsports for Joe Gibbs Racing
After four years with Kyle Busch Motorsports, Christopher Bell moves to the next chapter in his racing career.
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Richard Childress Racing forms partnership with grassroots dirt track team
Partnership comes a day after Ryan Newman partners with a USAC sprint car team.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram continues to show progress in recovery from car wreck
Ingram's family hopes he'll be able to be moved from ICU to a regular room soon.
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William Byron’s rookie mindset: Race like you’re on borrowed time
The soon-to-be Cup rookie will approach 2018 as if "it's my last year."
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Talladega Superspeedway morphs into Talladega Supersnowway with rare snowstorm
Snow in Michigan in December is normal. But six-plus inches of the white stuff in Talladega? And Martinsville?
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Silly Season Scorecard: Holiday edition
While the holiday season is upon us, Silly Season never ends.
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Richard Petty Motorsports, Richard Childress Racing announce alliance
Richard Petty Motorsports also will switch to Chevrolet for the 2018 season.
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New era officially begins at Hendrick Motorsports’ campus
The Hendrick Motorsports campus is looking a little different now.
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Rheem to sponsor Christopher Bell, Ryan Preece in Xfinity Series
Rheem moves to Joe Gibbs Racing after three seasons as a sponsor for Richard Childress Racing.
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Report: Richard Petty Motorsports, Richard Childress Racing to align
Richard Petty confirms move to RCR campus.
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GMS Racing names Chad Norris as Spencer Gallagher’s crew chief in Xfinity Series
Chad Norris spent the last two seasons as crew chief for Brennan Poole at Chip Ganassi Racing.
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Ken Schrader, Carl Edwards to be inducted in Ozark Area Racers Foundation Hall of Fame
This will be the 31st induction class for the Hall of Fame, which inducted Mark Martin and Forrest Lucas among others last year.
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NASCAR announces 2018 K&N East Schedule
Series begins Feb. 11 in Florida and ends Oct. 5 in Delaware.
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Euro Series champ Alon Day to join other winners in NASCAR Night of Champions
Day hopes to race in the U.S. in 2018 in the Cup Series. If not, he's open to racing in Xfinity or Trucks, as well.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram continues recovery from serious injuries in car accident
Jack Ingram suffered several injuries, including five broken ribs and a punctured lung, in a Sunday car accident in Asheville, North Carolina.
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NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West to race together at Gateway and Iowa in 2018
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West will race together twice in 2018, at Gateway Motorsports Park and Iowa Speedway.
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USAC’s national quarter midget series added to Daytona Speedweeks schedule
The USAC .25 quarter midget series will race at Daytona International Speedway for the first time in 2018.
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Wood Brothers Racing co-owner Eddie Wood undergoes successful heart procedure
Eddie Wood plans on being back at Daytona for Speedweeks in February after undergoing open heart surgery.
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Tony Stewart making sprint car racing debut in New Zealand this weekend
Tony Stewart will compete in three sprint car races in New Zealand over the the next two weeks.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram in intensive car after car wreck
NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram is being treated for serious injuries after being involved in a car accident Sunday.
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RCR names Andy Petree vice president of competition, Dr. Eric Warren chief technology officer
Andy Petree rejoined Richard Childress Racing in October as a competition advisor.
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Chase Briscoe, Austin Cindric receive first win trucks as parting gift from Brad Keselowski Racing
Brad Keselowski gave the gifts to Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric and got a surprise of his own.
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Jeff Gordon’s son gets first taste of racing in quarter midget
Jeff Gordon's 7-year-old son drove a quarter midget over the weekend.
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Kyle Busch wins 50th Snowball Derby; Harrison Burton finishes fourth
Kyle Busch won his second Snowball Derby after leading the final 17 laps of the race at Five Flags Speedway.
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Kyle Busch dominated 2017 Cup pole winners with career-best total
Kyle Busch claimed eight Cup Series poles as Joe Gibbs Racing led all teams with 12.
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Will Canada honor Cole Pearn like it does its NHL players? And would he bring the NASCAR Cup?
When will Canada honor Cole Pearn for being the first Canadian-born NASCAR Cup championship crew chief?
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PREVIEW: Kyle Busch to start 15th in Sunday’s 50th Snowball Derby
37 cars will take the green in Sunday's 50th anniversary running of the Snowball Derby at 5 Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla.
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Who will succeed Dale Earnhardt Jr. as NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver?
Who will be NASCAR's most popular driver in 2018?
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Recapping 2017 with 12 playoff drivers that fell short of final round (videos)
Drivers that didn't make the Championship 4 round in this season's NASCAR Cup playoffs had a lot to say Thursday in Las Vegas.
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Investment group purchases minority ownership share of BK Racing
BK Racing gets a new investor which purchases an existing minority share of the team.
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Dover International Speedway suffered no apparent damage from Thursday’s earthquake
The epicenter of the quake was about 13 miles north of Dover International Speedway.
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With Las Vegas parties over, NASCAR turns the page to 2018
A new season will continue the sport's transition of younger drivers joining the circuit while fan favorites step aside.
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Who wore it best? A look at the Cup Awards red carpet
Here's how it looked on the red carpet.
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NASCAR celebrates its new champion, a thankful Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. thanks family, friends, his team, fans and others in his champion's speech.
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What Drivers Said from NASCAR Cup Awards in Las Vegas
Here's some of the best comments of the night both before and during Thursday's NASCAR Cup Awards in Las Vegas.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins Most Popular Driver Award for record 15th consecutive year
NASCAR Chairman Brian France also presents Dale Earnhardt Jr. with the Bill France Award of Excellence.
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Don’t miss tonight’s NASCAR Cup Awards show, special edition of NASCAR America
Don't miss a special two-hour NASCAR America from 7-9 p.m. ET, followed by the NASCAR Cup awards show in Las Vegas.
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Kasey Kahne looks ahead to new team, more racing in 2018
Kasey Kahne is preparing for the new season with Leavine Family Racing and also looking to do more races outside NASCAR.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. discusses his role in sport on ‘The Dan Patrick Show’
Dale Earnhardt Jr. also discussed his childhood, his father and his early career as a mechanic in a wide-ranging interview.
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Changes in place, Hendrick Motorsports looks ahead to 2018 season
Hendrick Motorsports' four wins in 2017 were its fewest in a Cup season since 2000.
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NASCAR America: Ryan Blaney turns focus to Team Penske for 2018
After scoring his first career Cup victory with the Wood Brothers, Ryan Blaney sets his sights on winning for Team Penske.
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NASCAR America: Best of Scan All 2017
Take a journey back through the past Cup season through the witty and incensed comments from drivers, crew chiefs and spotters.
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Kurt Busch ‘not too worried’ about being without announced Cup ride
Kurt Busch spoke Wednesday in Las Vegas as if it is only a formality until he is announced as being back in the No. 41 car for next season.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. named Grand Marshal for 2018 Daytona 500
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will give the command to start engines for next year's season-opening Cup race.
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NASCAR America: Las Vegas happenings, Chase Elliott, Ryan Blaney & Best of Scan All
Today's 30-minute show is packed with much. Check it out at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN.
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Martin Truex Jr., Sherry Pollex win prestigious Myers Brothers Award
Martin Truex Jr.: 'This is definitely an unbelievable honor ... we definitely didn't see it coming.'
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Snowball Derby will have a NASCAR flavor
Former Cup champion Kyle Busch and former Truck champion Johnny Sauter are among those entered.
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NASCAR America: Challenges of manufacturer parity in Cup
NASCAR America's Jeff Burton and Kyle Petty address the issue and challenges for NASCAR in achieving such parity in 2018.
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NASCAR America: The intriguing Aric Almirola, and what about No. 41 status in 2018?
Pete Pistone can't wait to see what Aric Almirola can do in 2018, and also wonders who's going to drive the No. 41.
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NASCAR America: Youth will have big impact in 2018 at Gibbs and Hendrick teams
Youth will be key in 2018 for both Joe Gibbs Racing and Hendrick Motorsports.
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Credit One becomes primary 2018 Cup sponsor for Kyle Larson
Credit One Bank will essentially replace Target as primary sponsor for the No. 42 of Kyle Larson in 2018.
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NASCAR America, special start 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Bud Moore, Cup power teams
NASCAR America starts at a special time today, 6 pm ET. We remember Bud Moore and look at Cup power teams for 2018.
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JD Motorsports names Vinnie Miller to drive No. 01 Chevy in 2018 Xfinity Series
Miller had six top-10 finishes between the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and ARCA Racing Series in 2017.
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Dale and Amy Earnhardt Fund to support Nationwide Children’s Hospital
The Dale Jr. Foundation makes a contribution of $88,888.88.
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War hero, legendary NASCAR team owner Bud Moore dies
Bud Moore earned two Bronze Star Medals and five Purple Hearts during World War II.
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Chase Briscoe to run multiple series in 2018
Chase Briscoe will run not only in NASCAR but IMSA for Ford next season.
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NASCAR America: Analysts give their take on 2018 Cup schedule changes
Our NASCAR America team tells what they like and don't like about the changes to the 2018 Cup schedule.
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NASCAR America: How will changes impact 2018 Daytona 500?
Racing should be more driver and crew chief friendly due to rule changes for the 60th Daytona 500 in February.
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NASCAR America: Is NASCAR ‘dumbing down’ the sport for ‘parity’?
On Monday's NASCAR America: Analysts say reducing the size of pit crews may make the sport safer, but it will not lead to better parity.
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NASCAR America: How NASCAR will change in 2018 with young vs. veteran drivers
How will young players impact NASCAR Cup going forward, and how will remaining veterans adapt to them?
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NASCAR America, 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Offseason changes, Daytona 500, driver news
We break down the various changes for 2018.
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Cautions up from last year in Cup, while debris cautions at lowest total in years
Debris cautions dropped nearly 60 percent from the 2016 season in Cup.
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Matt McCall wins Thanksgiving Classic Late Model race
Jamie McMurray's crew chief returns to the driver's seat and wins in his first start in a year.
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Matt Borland to be Ty Dillon’s crew chief in 2018
Matt Borland moves from Richard Childress Racing to Germain Racing.
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Drive for Diversity program gives four-time Trans Am champ Ernie Francis Jr. a shot at NASCAR
At 19, sports car driver Ernie Francis Jr. already has the attention of Chip Ganassi and Roger Penske.
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A look back at the 2017 season through pictures
NBC Sports' Dustin Long shares some of the memorable photos he took during the past season.
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Chevrolet shut out of victory lane in Cup playoffs for first time
Chevrolet had won at least once in every postseason since the playoffs were introduced in 2004.
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Where Are They Now? Jimmy Spencer: No more ‘Mr. Excitement’, it’s ‘Grandpa’ now
Racing is no longer all that important to Jimmy Spencer. Now it's all about family and enjoying life.
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Tony Stewart gets engaged
Tony Stewart popped the question on Thanksgiving.
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Christopher Bell nips Kyle Larson for Turkey Night Grand Prix win
NASCAR drivers battled for victory in U.S. Auto Club midget race in California on Thanksgiving night.
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Cup drivers with most speeding penalties in 2017
Dale Earnhardt Jr. had more speeding penalties on pit road than any other driver this season.
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Pacing the field: Martin Truex, Kyle Busch lead the way
For the first time since 1989, two drivers led more than 2,000 laps each in a season.
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Harrison Burton’s drive to racing stardom happening sooner, faster than his father’s
Harrison Burton became the youngest NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Champion at 16 in September.
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NASCAR America: Final takeaways from the 2017 season
Parker Kligerman and Kyle Petty discuss NASCARs transition period.
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NASCAR America: Best of helmet cam
Watch the exciting highlights from the helmet cam, which was introduced in NASCAR this season.
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Ray Black Jr. to race full-time in Cup in 2018 with Rick Ware Racing
Ray Black Jr. will drive the No. 51 in his rookie Cup season after Rick Ware Racing purchased a charter.
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NASCAR America 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Continuing our look back on 2017
On today's NASCAR America, we'll look at the championship format, NBC's new helmet cam and say goodbye to drivers who are leaving the sport.
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Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell and Chase Briscoe to compete in USAC’s Turkey Night Grand Prix
The three NASCAR drivers will compete in the USAC Midget race Thursday night.
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Woman arrested for stalking, intimidation, terroristic mischief vs. Tony Stewart, family
Harassment stemmed from her not getting an autograph from Stewart, reports say.
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Questions and answers about NASCAR’s pit crew cut, at-track roster limits
Examining key points from the announcement NASCAR made Wednesday.
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Oh, baby: Ty and Haley Dillon welcome first child, daughter Oakley Ray
Ty Dillon and wife Haley welcomed their first child into the world on Tuesday, daughter Oakley Ray.
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NASCAR reduces pit crew members, sets at-track roster limits for 2018
Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series teams will be limited to five over-the-wall pit crew members in 2018.
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NASCAR America: Will William Byron’s dominance in Trucks, Xfinity transfer to Cup?
How will William Byron fare in NASCAR Cup next season? See what our NASCAR America experts have to say.
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NASCAR America’s Jarrett, Letarte, Petty recap 2017, make 2018 predictions
Our NASCAR America experts are already looking ahead to 2018.
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Justin Hartley from NBC’s ‘This Is Us’ on Dale Jr.’s special bond with fans
Little compares to the bond between Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his legion of fans in Junior Nation. Justin Hartley from 'This Is Us' tells us why.
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NASCAR America: Nate Ryan on how 78 rode roller coaster to Cup crown
Check out NBC Sports' Nate Ryan's ode to Martin Truex Jr., the 78 team and the championship they would not be denied.
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Scan All: Miami — the best from the season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400
Hear some of the best clips from team radios during Sunday's season-ending race at Miami.
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NASCAR America: Martin Truex Jr. visits Megyn Kelly TODAY show
Martin Truex Jr. continued his victory tour Tuesday on NBC's Megyn Kelly TODAY
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NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Scan All, Xfinity, Truck championship recaps
"Scan All" gives you the best scanner audio from the Cup season finale.
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Bump & Run: 2017 NASCAR accolades
Not everyone agrees on who the driver of the year of 2017 in NASCAR was, but it's unanimous on Rookie of the Year and crew chief of the year.
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Virginia’s Motor Mile Speedway to end short track racing, drops NASCAR sanction
Motor Mile Speedway has ceased racing operations and will transform into a entertainment and sporting event venue.
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NASCAR issues three lug nut penalties in final penalty report of season
Matt Kenseth's No. 20 Toyota had two unsecured lug nuts following the season finale.
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Watch: Denver-area fans celebrate Martin Truex Jr.’s championship
Fans gathered at a Denver-area racing themed bar to watch Furniture Row Racing win its first Cup title.
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NASCAR America: Elliott Sadler shouldn’t blame Ryan Preece for losing Xfinity title
Elliott Sadler shouldn't blame Ryan Preece for losing the Xfinity championship, according to our NASCAR America analysts.
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NASCAR America: Was Kyle Busch wrong to blame Joey Logano?
Was Kyle Busch right in claiming Joey Logano impeded his way to potentially catching Martin Truex Jr.?
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NASCAR America: Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s first moments of retirement
Not only did his team and fans play a big role in Dale Jr.'s life, so did Rick Hendrick. We talked about that on Monday's edition of NASCAR America.
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NASCAR America: Jarrett, Kligerman on role Sherry Pollex played in Truex’s championship
Here's what our NASCAR America analysts said about the inspiration Sherry Pollex was to the No. 78 team this season.
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Roush Fenway Racing to field three-driver Xfinity development team in 2018
Ty Majeski, Chase Briscoe and Austin Cindric to make up Xfinity development team for Roush Fenway Racing in 2018.
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NASCAR America at 6 p.m. ET: Recapping the championship weekend in Miami
We look back at Martin Truex Jr.'s championship run and Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s last Cup race.
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Brendan Gaughan will be part-time in NASCAR next season
The 42-year-old driver will compete in the Cup restrictor-plate races next year and possibly more NASCAR races.
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Winning sportsmanship award distracted Carl Edwards from NASCAR’s championship weekend
Eleven months after leaving NASCAR, Carl Edwards said he's interested in a possible return to his roots in dirt racing.
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What’s next for Matt Kenseth? Deer hunting, half marathons and gymnastics meets
The 2003 series champion says he is "really looking forward to having a little bit of time off" after stepping away from Cup.
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Kyle Busch loses Cup title after ‘wasting too much time’ passing Joey Logano
Joey Logano's crew chief defended his driving as being "clean" in the final laps of Sunday's race.
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Long: After 27 years away, lucky charm returned for Martin Truex Jr.’s championship
Martin Truex Jr. carried a gift in his pocket Sunday that came from a former racer.
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Emotional year helped inspire Martin Truex Jr. to championship
Following Sunday's championship-winning race, Martin Truex Jr. and Sherry Pollex talked about the trying year it has been for them.
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Matt Kenseth after potential final Cup start: ‘I did the best I could every week’
Matt Kenseth finished eighth in his likely last NASCAR start in Sunday's race at Homesteead-Miami Speedway.
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Cup Championship drivers sound off after Miami finale
Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski react to their respective nights in the title race.
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What drivers said after season-ending NASCAR Cup race
Drivers had a lot to say about the final race of the 2017 NASCAR Cup season. Here's some of their thoughts.
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Brad Keselowski on Toyota’s advantage in 2017: ‘I don’t think anyone ever had a shot this year’
Team Penske driver expresses surprise Camry was approved and renews concerns about manufacturer parity, predicting Ford could 'take a drubbing.'
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s final Cup ride celebrated with smiles, laughter and plenty of beer
Dale Earnhardt Jr: 'I love it. We retire and Martin (Truex Jr.) wins the championship. That’s storybook.'
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Final 2017 Cup points standings after Miami
Martin Truex Jr. won Furniture Row Racing its first NASCAR title while denying Kyle Busch his second championship.
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Results, stats for Cup season finale in Miami won by Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. beat Kyle Busch to win the Ford EcoBoost 400 and the Cup championship.
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Martin Truex Jr. captures Cup championship with victory at Miami
The Furniture Row Racing driver held off a furious charge by Kyle Busch.
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Martin Truex Jr. wins Ford EcoBoost 400 to wrap up first Cup crown
Martin Truex Jr. wins for the seventh time on a 1.5-mile track this season.
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Danica Patrick’s full-time Cup career ends with crash: ‘It’s the story of my year’
Danica Patrick cut a tire and hit the wall in a wreck that collected Kasey Kahne.
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Kyle Larson wins Stage 2 at Miami, Martin Truex Jr. is top Championship 4 driver
The four championship contenders remain between second and fifth place at the end of Stage 2, just like they did in Stage 1.
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Kyle Larson wins Stage 1 at Miami, Brad Keselowski leads Championship 4 drivers
While Kyle Larson wins Stage 1, all four Championship 4 drivers are right behind from 2nd to 5th.
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Watch: Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s fans on what the driver means to them
Actor Justin Hartley narrates an essay on the love affair between Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his fans.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks to Bob Costas about his career, legacy before final Cup start
Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about his legacy as a driver and what's in store for him after today's race.
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Furniture Row Racing going for Cup title after year of success, tragedy
Furniture Row Racing is in its second Championship 4 in three years with Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 78.
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Staff picks for today’s season finale in Miami
Here is who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win the final race of the season.
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NASCAR Chairman Brian France discusses sport’s future, young drivers, series sponsor
NASCAR Chairman Brian France met with the media before Sunday's race.
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Long: Never has there been a race like Atlanta 1992 … until today
Today's season finale features a multitude of storylines that compares to the 1992 finale, considered among the sport's biggest races.
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Today’s NASCAR Cup Championship race at Miami: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
The Ford EcoBoost 400 brings the end of the 2017 Cup season and Dale Earnhardt Jr's Cup career.
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Watch: Championship 4 drivers share thoughts on Miami outcome
See what William Byron, Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier and Daniel Hemric said after the Ford EcoBoost 300.
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JR Motorsports sweeps top three in final Xfinity Series standings
William Byron finished ahead of Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier and Daniel Hemric.
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Results, stats for Xfinity season finale at Miami
Cole Custer led a track record 182 laps to give Stewart-Haas Racing its first Xfinity Series win.
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Cole Custer wins first Xfinity race; William Byron claims series championship
Cole Custer led 182 laps to win as William Byron finished third to clinch his first NASCAR championship.
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Devastated Elliott Sadler watches another title chance go away
Elliott Sadler was upset with Ryan Preece for how Preece raced him late while Sadler tried to win the championship.
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Cup title contenders share thoughts after final practice in Miami
The Championship 4 drivers will fight for the Cup title Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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Martin Truex Jr. fastest in final Cup practice in Miami
Martin Truex Jr. was the only Championship 4 driver in the top five. Kyle Busch was sixth fastest.
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Tyler Reddick wins Xfinity pole; Daniel Hemric leads championship drivers in fourth
Daniel Hemric and William Byron are the only Championship 4 drivers starting in the top 12.
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NASCAR allowing Cup teams to purchase extra set of tires for race
Cup teams now will have 10 sets of tires plus the set they start with for Sunday's race.
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Denny Hamlin leads Saturday morning Cup practice
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ranks second on the speed chart for the session.
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Kevin Harvick penalized time in final Cup practice
Nine Cup teams docked practice time Saturday for inspection issues.
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Justin Allgaier ‘in the best place mentally’ a year after disappointing title finish
Justin Allgaier's best season of his NASCAR career comes a year after the worst disappointment of it.
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Goodyear signs extension with NASCAR
Goodyear has been a tire supplier of NASCAR since 1954.
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Today’s Xfinity race at Miami: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the pertinent details for today's season-ending race on NBCSN.
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Saturday’s schedule at Homestead-Miami Speedway
No matter who wins, the Xfinity Series will crown a first-time champion today.
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Results, statistics from Ford EcoBoost 200 Truck season finale
Chase Briscoe earned his first career Truck win, while Christopher Bell finished second to win the Truck championship.
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Here’s the final 2017 Camping World Truck Series driver standings
The 2017 Championship 4 final standings have Christopher Bell on top with 4,035 points.
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Christopher Bell wins Truck title, Chase Briscoe earns first career series win
It was a pair of firsts Friday: Christopher Bell earned his first NASCAR Truck championship and Chase Briscoe won his first career Truck Series win.
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Starting lineup for Ford EcoBoost 400 NASCAR Cup title race
All four Championship 4 drivers will start within the first five rows of Sunday's race.
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Chip Ganassi meets with Danica Patrick about ‘fabulous opportunity’ to run Daytona and Indianapolis
IndyCar and NASCAR team owner intrigued by idea but says business side of deal would need to be worked out.
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Denny Hamlin grabs Homestead pole, Martin Truex Jr. also on front row
Championship 4 drivers qualified: 2nd (Truex), 3rd (Kyle Busch), 5th (Keselowski) and 9th (Harvick)
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William Byron fastest in final Xfinity practice at Homestead-Miami
Will being fastest in the final practice give William Byron a marked edge over his three rivals in Saturday's Xfinity championship race?
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Chase Briscoe earns Miami Truck pole; Austin Cindric highest of Championship 4 drivers
Three of the Championship 4 drivers qualified 8th through 13th.
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Kaz Grala joining JGL Racing full-time in Xfinity next season
Kaz Grala will move up to the Xfinity Series after one season in the Camping World Truck Series.
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Tyler Reddick fastest in first Xfinity practice at Miami; William Byron tops championship drivers
William Byron was fifth fastest in the practice session for Saturday's race.
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Danica Patrick says this will be last full-time season as a driver
Danica Patrick says she will drive in the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 next season.
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Kyle Busch fastest in first Cup practice in Miami
Dale Earnhardt Jr. was 14th fastest in the session, but will go to a backup engine after burning a piston.
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Chip Ganassi Racing pit crew department wins Comcast Community Champion Award
The Chip Ganassi Racing pit crew department was awarded $60,000 for its philanthropic efforts.
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Wish upon a star: Dale Jr.’s dedication to ill children leaves lasting impact
More Make-A-Wish children have met Dale Earnhardt Jr. than most other athletes, and the experiences have enriched both the families and the driver.
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John Hunter Nemechek fastest in final Truck Series practice in Miami
Christopher Bell placed fifth in the session and was fastest among the four championship drivers.
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Johnny Sauter returning to GMS Racing next season
Johnny Sauter will return for his 10th full-time season in the Camping World Truck Series.
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Johnny Sauter fastest in Truck practice in Miami
Johnny Sauter and Christopher Bell were the only championship drivers in the top five.
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NASCAR America: Elliott Sadler leads three JR Motorsports drivers into Xfinity title race
Elliott Sadler is in the Xfinity Championship 4 for the second straight season.
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Friday’s schedule for Trucks, Cup and Xfinity at Homestead-Miami Speedway
The first major NASCAR championship of the season is decided tonight in the Camping World Truck Series' Ford EcoBoost 200.
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NASCAR America: Daniel Hemric: Team overcame obstacles thanks to Richard Childress’ leadership
Daniel Hemric looks to give Richard Childress Racing its first Xfinity title since 2013.
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NASCAR America: Martin Truex Jr. feels like he’s ‘already won’ with his career
Martin Truex Jr. says mind games won't work on him ahead of championship race. "Your talk is cheap, show me."
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NASCAR America: Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s ‘My Greatest 8’ — ‘It’s Bristol, baby!’
In 2004, Dale Earnhardt Jr. became the first driver to sweep the Cup and Xfinity races at Bristol in one weekend.
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NASCAR America: Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick preview Cup title race
Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski are both vying for their second Cup titles.
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NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Championship driver interviews, Miami preview
NASCAR America interviews the Cup and Xfinity Series Championship 4 drivers.
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Kyle Busch on Brad Keselowski: ‘Sometimes you just don’t like a guy’ (video)
Kyle Busch doesn't hold back in his feelings for one of the drivers he's racing for a title this weekend in Miami.
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Miami represents final race for many Cup drivers with current teams
At least ten drivers are changing, losing or retiring from rides after Sunday's season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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Weekend schedule for NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, Trucks in Miami
One weekend, three championships to be decided.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Previewing the championship drivers
The Xfinity title will be decided between Elliott Sadler, Justin Allgaier, William Byron and Daniel Hemric.
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Beer, Rolling Stone and rock ‘n’ roll: How Dale Earnhardt Jr. journeyed beyond NASCAR into new media
The 14-time most popular driver became a household name beyond NASCAR through some unconventional opportunities.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jarrett on 25th anniversary of Alan Kulwicki’s championship
Dale Jarrett reflects back to the 1992 season finale at Atlanta, which some call one of the greatest races in NASCAR history.
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Inaugural 2017 NBC Pit Crew All-Stars team is announced
Say hello to the first NBC Pit Crew All-Stars Team
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s ‘My Greatest 8’ — Wins Daytona 500 for second time
Today's episode of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s 'My Greatest 8' features his second win in the Daytona 500, in 2014.
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Chris Gayle to remain Erik Jones’ crew chief in move to Joe Gibbs Racing
Gayle will end his first season as a NASCAR Cup crew chief Sunday at Miami.
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Cup championship crew chiefs worried about tire allotment in Miami
Teams will have fewer sets of tires compared to last year's season finale and that makes crew chiefs ponder strategy.
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Two Xfinity teams penalized for lug nut violations at Phoenix
Both teams were penalized for lug nut violations.
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NASCAR America 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Keselowski, Harvick, Dale Jr., Pit Crew All-Star winners
We've got a packed show today with features on Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, how all 4 championship teams stack up, and Dale Jr's latest 'My Greatest 8'
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Cup Championship 4 profile: Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. gets his second shot at a Cup championship in three years.
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Cup Championship 4 profile: Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch has the second-most wins (5) of the Championship 4 drivers.
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Joe Gibbs Racing 2018 Xfinity lineup: Christopher Bell, Brandon Jones, Ryan Preece
Christopher Bell, Brandon Jones and Ryan Preece will be Joe Gibbs Racing's three Xfinity Series drivers in 2018.
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Cup Championship 4 profile: Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski continues his quest for a second Cup championship.
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Cup Championship 4 profile: Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick hopes to become first driver to win multiple titles under current playoff elimination format.
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Team Penske announces Xfinity sponsor for 2018
Fitzgerald Glider Kits also will serve as the primary sponsor of Ryan Blaney's Cup car for the Bristol night race next August.
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Championship 4 drivers have fun with Jimmy Fallon
Brad Keselowski, Martin Truex Jr., Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick had some fun on "The Tonight Show" and with host Jimmy Fallon.
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Homestead-Miami primer: Everything you need to know about race, track
From all this season's results to all-time marks at Miami, here's a quick reference for you for Sunday's big race.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jr.’s ‘My Greatest 8’ – 2004 Daytona 500 win
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won his first Daytona 500 in his fifth try in 2004, three years after his father's death in the race.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jarrett sits down with Championship 4 drivers
Dale Jarrett previews the championship race with Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick.
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NASCAR America: Scan All from Phoenix Raceway
Matt Kenseth and crew chief Jason Ratliff recap how they snapped a 51-race winless streak.
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NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Scan All, interviews with Championship 4 drivers
Carolyn Manno hosts with Parker Kligerman and Steve Letarte.
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