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Dale Earnhardt Jr. has ‘some interest’ in being part of group that buys Carolina Panthers
Earnhardt said he is not part of NASCAR team owner Felix Sabates' group seeking to buy the NFL team.
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DC Solar to sponsor Chip Ganassi Racing in Cup, Xfinity races
DC Solar will sponsor Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray in select Cup races.
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Cody Coughlin joins GMS Racing in Truck Series
Cody Coughlin spent his first full-time season in the Camping World Truck Series with ThorSport Racing.
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ThorSport Racing parts ways with Toyota
ThorSport Racing had been paired with Toyota for the last six seasons.
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Wood Brothers secure charter for 2018 season
Wood Brothers form partnership with Go Fas Racing to keep the charter they leased from the team last season.
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Justin Haley returning to GMS Racing for 2018
Teenager is back after solid rookie season with team in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
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Reliving some of NASCAR’s most dramatic finishes
From Dale Earnhardt Sr. to Marcos Ambrose and Ricky Craven to James Buescher, here are some of NASCAR's most incredible finishes.
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Martinsville Speedway removing seats as part of ‘facility optimization’
The renovation projection includes removing all the grandstand seating above the press box in Turns 1 and 2.
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Versatile racing legend Dan Gurney dies
Innovative driver and team owner was a force at Riverside International Raceway, winning four times with Wood Brothers Racing.
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Guide to 2018 Cup Series paint schemes
Get ready for the next Cup season with this look at the cars drivers will be piloting.
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Chase Elliott: Returning to the No. 9 is ‘getting back home to me’
The 22-year-old driver is back competing with his family's iconic number after two seasons in the No. 24.
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Christopher Bell wins Chili Bowl Nationals for second year in a row
Christopher Bell takes advantage of Kyle Larson's engine blowing while leading.
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Men arrested for attempted burglary of Richard Childress’ home face additional charges
The three men now face four charges related to the Dec. 17 attempted burglary.
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Ryan Blaney cleans up with preseason haircut
Ryan Blaney's much discussed hairdo met its end Saturday.
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Robert Yates tribute car gifted to son, Roush Yates Engines
The car was driven by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. at Phoenix in November.
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Thad Moffitt, Richard Petty’s grandson, makes Daytona debut in ARCA test
The 17-year-old driver made his first laps on the track Richard Petty won 10 Cup races at.
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Kasey Kahne finishes fifth in Friday’s A main at Chili Bowl Nationals
Justin Grant wins Friday's A main in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Noah Gragson returning to Kyle Busch Motorsports for 2018
19-year-old driver will have Safelite AutoGlass sponsor his ride in all 23 races.
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GMS Racing signs 19-year-old Dalton Sargeant for Truck ride
Doug Randolph will be the team's crew chief.
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Friday 5: How soon until the next female driver arrives in Cup?
Hall of Fame inductee Ray Evernham calls for more opportunities for females in racing. Also, the story behind the phrase 'The Great American Race.'
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Christopher Bell wins Thursday night’s A main at Chili Bowl Nationals
Camping World Series champion continues his bid to win back-to-back Chili Bowl titles.
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Chip Ganassi Racing not talking to Danica Patrick about Daytona 500, Indy 500 ride
Chip Ganassi Racing executive tells SiriusXM of Danica Patrick driving for team: 'I don’t think you’ll see that happening with us in 2018.'
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Kyle Busch Motorsports reveals what five Truck races Busch will run in 2018
Kyle Busch enters this season second on the career wins list in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
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Kyle Larson covets Chili Bowl over Daytona 500, but still wants to win ‘Great American Race’
Kyle Larson clarified comments he made about considering the Chili Bowl a bigger deal than the Daytona 500.
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Six-shooters will return to Texas Motor Speedway Victory Lane celebration
The six-shooters were absent from the last Cup race following the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
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Ryan: The craziest twist in the Carl Edwards story, one year later
After a one-year sabbatical, it's hard to envision how the star would return to the Cup Series if he were interested.
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Aric Almirola starting from ‘ground zero’ with Stewart-Haas Racing
Aric Almirola joins Stewart-Haas Racing after six years with Richard Petty Motorsports.
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Milestones Cup drivers, teams could hit in 2018
The Wood Brothers are one victory away from 100 career Cup wins.
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Victory sends Rico Abreu into Saturday night’s Chili Bowl Nationals A main
Rico Abreu secures spot in sixth Chili Bowl Nationals A main with win Wednesday night.
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Brendan Gaughan back to run four Cup races for Beard Motorsports
Brendan Gaughan set to compete in both races at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway this season.
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JR Motorsports adds 14-year-old driver to Late Model team
Sam Mayer joins Josh Berry on two-car JR Motorsports Late Model team for 2018.
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Hair today, gone tomorrow: Ryan Blaney to sport new haircut this week
Ryan Blaney on upcoming shave and haircut: 'This will definitely let me know the season is about here and you have to start looking like a professional.'
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Kyle Larson wins A main on opening night of Chili Bowl Nationals
Kyle Larson continues his winning ways in a midget car.
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NASCAR President discusses status of Monster Energy, new manufacturers
NASCAR President Brent Dewar discussed a variety of topics Tuesday night on Motor Racing Network's "NASCAR Live" show.
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Images from Goodyear tire test in Texas, including Chase Elliott’s first time in new Camaro
Chase Elliott took the Camaro ZL1 out for its first on-track action during a tire test at Texas Motor Speedway.
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Hendrick Motorsports adds GM executive to competition department
Alba Colon, who had been Chevrolet Racings NASCAR Cup Series program manager since 2001 will join Hendrick Motorsports.
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Ryan Truex replaces Blake Koch at Kaulig Racing in Xfinity Series
Ryan Truex will drive the No. 11 Chevrolet in his first full-time season in the Xfinity Series.
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Harrison Burton’s 2018 racing schedule includes Trucks, K&N and more
Harrison Burton will drive nine Camping World Truck Series races for Kyle Busch Motorsports in 2018.
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Cup cars on track for first time in 2018 with two-day Texas tire test
The two-day test will see the new Camaro ZL1 model in action for the first time.
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Team Penske hires Robby Benton as NASCAR team manager
Robby Benton is a former Xfinity Series and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship owner.
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NASCAR connections to Monday’s college football National Championship
Here's how the NASCAR world has crossed over with the National Championship teams over the years.
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Jeffrey Earnhardt doing all he can to keep famous surname going in NASCAR Cup
Earnhardt is working on a sponsorship deal that encompasses "most of the puzzle" for a 2018 Cup ride, according to a post on his Facebook page.
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The one and only time Dale Earnhardt Jr. raced in a Ford and not a Chevy
Here's a great story -- as told only the way Dale Earnhardt Jr. can tell it.
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Kyle Larson finishes New Zealand swing with win, earns 3 checkers in 4 races
If he was a baseball player, Kyle Larson just completed a road trip with a fantastic .750 batting average – all home runs, you might say. The NASCAR Cup star on Friday completed a four-race exhibition...
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Doug Richert leaves BK Racing after seven seasons as crew chief, R&D director
Led Dale Earnhardt to his first NASCAR Cup championship in 1980.
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Chip Ganassi named grand marshal for Rolex 24 at Daytona
Ganassi's teams have won the Rolex 24 seven times since 2006, including last year.
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Jeff Gordon among seven to be inducted into Motorsports Hall of Fame of America
The four-time Cup champion will be inducted on March 13.
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Joey Logano, wife Brittany welcome baby boy
Joey and Brittany Logano welcomed their first child Thursday night.
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Joey Gase to drive full-time in Xfinity Series with Go Green Racing
Joey Gase will drive the No. 35 for the team owned by Archie St. Hilaire.
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Friday 5: Questions about the upcoming Cup season
A look at some key questions for the 2018 season, including the most intriguing new driver/crew chief combination.
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Menards, vendors to sponsor Brandon Jones in Xfinity Series
The home improvement store chain has sponsored Brandon Jones in the Xfinity Series since 2015.
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IndyCar driver Conor Daly interested in Xfinity Series road course ride
In danger of not having a ride in IndyCar in 2018, Conor Daly has reached out to Xfinity teams.
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Darian Grubb ‘absolutely impressed’ with William Byron in short time together
Crew chief Darian Grubb will work with a rookie driver for the first time in his NASCAR career.
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Danica Patrick: Finding rides for Daytona, Indy 500 ‘taking longer than I’d like’
Danica Patrick announced in November she will retire from auto racing after competing in the two races.
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Here’s what is new in 2018 for Cup teams
A look at some changes (and some things staying the same) for Cup teams this year.
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NASCAR denies report Brian France involved to buy Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers will be sold after this NFL season.
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Dylan Lupton returning to JGL Racing for at least 21 Xfinity races
Dylan Lupton will drive the No. 28 Ford in his second season with JGL Racing.
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NASCAR Next’s Hailie Deegan to race in K&N West for Bill McAnally Racing
The 16-year-old driver is the daughter of X-Games athlete Brian Deegan.
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Team Penske buys charter from Roush Fenway Racing for third Cup car
The charter will be used on Ryan Blaney's No. 12 Ford.
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Tony Gibson will be able to ‘make a difference’ in new role at Stewart-Haas Racing
Tony Gibson will serve as production manager for the team's four Cup cars.
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2018 NASCAR schedules, TV/Radio info
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series begins its season Feb. 18 with the 60th Daytona 500.
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Kyle Larson wins second race of New Zealand midget tour
Kyle Larson won a 50-lap feature event at Western Springs Speedway in Auckland.
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Former Hendrick executive joins Chip Ganassi Racing
Doug Duchardt joins Chip Ganassi Racing as chief operating officer.
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Kyle Larson highlights NASCAR drivers entered into Chili Bowl Nationals
The five-night event in Tulsa, Oklahoma, begins Jan. 9.
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Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne lead Cup drivers in Twitter followers
Jimmie Johnson leads his former Hendrick Motorsports teammate by 1.6 million followers.
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Three arrested for attempted burglary of Richard Childress’ home
The three men are being held under $250,000 bond and have a Jan. 29 court date.
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Guide to 2018 Cup Series paint schemes
Here's a look at all of the announced Cup paint schemes for the upcoming season.
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Breaking down Cup team win totals ahead of 2018 season
Jimmie Johnson's three wins and Kasey Kahne's win in 2017 give Hendrick Motorsports 249 victories since 1984.
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Catching up with Dave Blaney: Champion, Hall of Famer, but most importantly, Ryan’s father
Ryan Blaney is a third-generation racer who learned both life and racing lessons from one of the best, his father Dave.
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You want new year’s predictions? Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Ed Clark has some for you
Atlanta Motor Speedway president Ed Clark makes his annual list of new year's predictions. Do you agree or disagree with them.
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Instant replay: Get all of NASCAR Talk’s 2017 season-in-review driver capsules right here
Read all the driver capsules we've featured the last 11 days in one place.
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2017 Season in Review: Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. capped off his best season in 12 years in Cup with his first championship.
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2017 Xfinity Season in Review: William Byron
How will Byron fare in the NASCAR Cup series after two outstanding seasons in Trucks and Xfinity, the latter which ended with the championship?
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2017 Truck Series Season in Review: Christopher Bell
Christopher Bell won his first NASCAR title in his second season in the Camping World Truck Series.
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Tommy Joe Martins closes Truck team, to focus on Xfinity Series in 2018
Martins will now focus on returning to race for Team McLeod in the Xfinity Series in 2018.
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Martin Truex Jr., Furniture Row Racing earn Colorado Sportsperson, Team of the Year honors
Truex and Furniture Row have earned a number of post-season awards since capturing the 2017 NASCAR Cup championship.
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2017 Xfinity Season in Review: Elliott Sadler
The 42-year-old driver finished second in the standings for the fourth time.
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Kevin and DeLana Harvick welcome second child, daughter Piper Grace
Piper Grace is the Harvick's second child, joining five-year-old brother Keelan.
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2017 Season in Review: Kyle Busch
Busch earned the second-most number of wins in the Cup Series in 2017 to champion Martin Truex Jr.
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Irwindale Event Center not closing after all, will continue with new operators
The Irwindale Event Center will not close on Jan. 31, which had been announced in August.
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2017 Xfinity Season in Review: Justin Allgaier
Allgaier finished third for the second straight season, and third time overall in his seven Xfinity seasons.
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Coors Light no longer the official beer of NASCAR
Coors Light has been the official beer of NASCAR since 2008.
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Hall of Famer Curtis Turner to be recognized with Virginia highway marker
Curtis Turner won 17 Cup races in his career and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016.
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2017 Season in Review: Kevin Harvick
Kevin Harvick made it to the Championship 4 in his first season driving a Ford.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram turns 81 today, continues recovery from crash
NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram is able to eat solid food for the first time since being involved in a serious car crash on Dec. 3.
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A look at the Cup active wins list ahead of 2018
Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch have combined for 126 Cup victories.
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Danica Patrick’s future likely to include more books, building lifestyle brand, cooking show
Danica Patrick is going to be busy in her post-racing retirement.
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2017 Season in Review: Brad Keselowski
Will Fords be faster in 2018, making Brad Keselowski happier and potentially leading to more wins?
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2017 Xfinity Season in Review: Daniel Hemric
Daniel Hemric was the only non-JR Motorsports driver to make it to the championship race in his rookie season.
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David Ragan on new teammate, Front Row Motorsports’ expanded tech alliance with Roush
David Ragan said Roush Fenway Racing will build Front Row Motorsports' speedway and road course cars.
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Racing full-time in World of Outlaws remains Kyle Larson’s ultimate career goal
Kyle Larson said on a recent podcast that NASCAR is "just the step" for him to be able to compete full-time in World of Outlaws.
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2017 Season in Review: Chase Elliott
Chase Elliott's second full-time Cup season ended with with him still winless and missing out on the Championship 4.
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Greg Erwin ready for new challenge as Cup crew chief with Wood Brothers and Paul Menard
Erwin has been away from the Cup Series as a crew chief for five years.
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Kyle Busch Motorsports signs 16-year-old Canadian driver for Late Model program
Raphael Lessard is the newest development driver to race for Kyle Busch and Toyota Racing Development.
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With Matt Kenseth retirement, Jamie McMurray knows his time in NASCAR is limited
Jamie McMurray is one of five drivers left in Cup who competed full-time in 2003.
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Social Roundup: NASCAR drivers celebrate Christmas
From Skiing to sprint car racing in New Zealand, here's how Cup drivers celebrated the holidays.
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2017 Season in Review: Denny Hamlin
Denny Hamlin has had two straight finishes of sixth place in the last two seasons. He just turned 37 in November. Is he running out of time to win a first Cup crown?
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2017 Season in Review: Matt Kenseth
Matt Kenseth's likely last Cup season saw the 2003 champion win one race and make the playoffs.
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Xfinity Series enjoyed its most competitive season in three decades
More drivers won in 2017 than at any point since 1988.
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2017 Season in Review: Kyle Larson
Kyle Larson had his best single season in Cup in 2017, with the promise of an even better season in 2018.
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Bob Leavine reflects on his team’s rise from start-and-park car to Kasey Kahne’s new home
Seven years ago, Leavine Family Racing went Cup racing. Now it see itself being a competitor.
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Ryan Blaney already has his bags packed for next November in Las Vegas
Ryan Blaney hopes to make a big splash in his first Cup race for Team Penske in February's season-opening Daytona 500.
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2017 Season in Review: Ryan Blaney
Ryan Blaney scored his first Cup win in his last season with Wood Brothers Racing.
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Ryan Newman ‘chugs’ way to championship, donation for Rescue Ranch charity
Newman has raised more than $430,000 for the Rescue Ranch charity that he operates with wife Krissie.
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Kyle Larson, Katelyn Sweet get engaged
Kyle Larson and Katelyn Sweet announced their engagement ahead of a trip to New Zealand.
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2017 Season in Review: Jimmie Johnson
2017 was a tale of two seasons for Jimmie Johnson: a good first half, a not so good second half
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Ryan Blaney has idea for unique Christmas trip: have map, blindfold and dart, will travel
Ryan Blaney has a unique way to determine where he'd like his family to go on their annual Christmas trip.
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2018 pit road, pace car speeds for every NASCAR track
Here's 2018 pit road speeds for all three of NASCAR's national series.
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South Point to sponsor Daniel Hemric in every 2018 Xfinity race
South Point Hotel & Casino extends its relationship with Richard Childress Racing to a seventh season.
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Rusty Wallace pays tribute to former crew chief, close friend Barry Dodson
Barry Dodson may have been Rusty Wallace's crew chief for five seasons, but he was one of his closest friends.
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Shane Wilson joins JGL Racing as crew chief to Kaz Grala
Shane Wilson will be crew chief on the No. 24 Xfinity Series Ford after four seasons with the No. 62 at Richard Childress Racing.
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Kyle Petty, wife Morgan, expecting first child
Kyle and Morgan Petty are expecting their first child together in June.
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Crew chief Barry Dodson, led Rusty Wallace to 1989 Cup championship, dies at 64
Dodson earned 19 wins as a NASCAR Cup crew chief, 18 with Rusty Wallace, including the 1989 Winston Cup championship.
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Richard Childress fires several shots at masked home invaders, suspects remain at-large
NASCAR team owner Richard Childress and his wife were uninjured after three masked suspects invaded their home on Sunday.
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Aspen Dental ends six-year sponsorship run with Stewart-Haas, NASCAR
Aspen Dental had been a sponsor of Stewart-Haas Racing since 2012.
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Leavine Family Racing gives Kasey Kahne much needed ‘fresh start’
Kasey Kahne has no hard feelings toward Hendrick Motorsports as new chapter of his career begins.
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram continues to improve from car wreck
Jack is able to talk more without his trach-tube. He's especially vocal about the Carolina Panthers' upcoming sale.
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Watch: Martin Truex Jr. does donuts in Bass Pro Shops parking lot
Fans at the Bass Pro Shops location in Springfield, Missouri, went home smelling like smoke.
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Catching up with Rusty Wallace: From Blue Deuce days to today
Rusty Wallace hopes today's young drivers appreciate the sport as much as he and his peers have done over the years.
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NASCAR’s Martin Truex Jr. is named New Jersey Sportsperson of the Year
Among other athletes Truex beat out to win the honor were New Jersey native and Yankees star Todd Frazier.
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Leavine Family Racing unveils paint scheme on No. 95 Camaro for Kasey Kahne in 2018
It'll be a new team and a new look for Kasey Kahne in the No. 95 Chevrolet Camaro of Leavine Family Racing in 2018.
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U.S. Air Force to sponsor Darrell Wallace Jr. in two Cup races in 2018 season
The U.S. Air Force is the third announced sponsor for Darrell Wallace Jr.'s rookie season in the No. 43.
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Danica Patrick, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. break up after five years together
Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. were a couple while racing against each other since 2013.
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Danville, Va. City Council to vote on signs honoring NASCAR Hall of Famer Wendell Scott
The "Welcome to Danville, home of NASCAR Hall of Famer Wendell Scotts" would be placed on all major roadways into the city.
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Tony Gibson looks forward to ‘new chapter in my life’ at Stewart-Haas Racing
One day after Stewart-Haas Racing announced its crew chief lineup for 2018, Tony Gibson took to Twitter on Saturday to explain why he’s stepped aside as Kurt Busch’s crew chief and how much he’s...
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NASCAR Trucks champ Christopher Bell celebrates 23rd birthday with 10th Midget win in 13 starts
Bell ended his 13-race Midget schedule with 10 wins.
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Your guide to 2018 Cup Series paint schemes
An updated look at paint schemes announced for the next NASCAR Cup Series season.
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John Hunter Nemechek’s Christmas came early with Chip Ganassi Racing ride
John Hunter Nemechek moves to Chip Ganassi Racing after spending his entire career driving for his family.
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Rick Ware Racing acquires NASCAR Cup charter for 2018, will also field ‘open’ car
Rick Ware Racing has acquired its first NASCAR charter, allowing it to make all 36 races in 2018 in the Cup Series. It also will field an "open" car that must qualify for each race it enters.
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‘Old dog’ Matt Crafton preparing to make USAC Midget debut Saturday night
The 41-year-old Truck Series champion will compete in his first USAC midget race Saturday night.
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Four young Ford NASCAR drivers to compete in IMSA opening weekend at Daytona
Four up-and-coming young Ford NASCAR drivers will take part in a support race of Rolex 24 weekend at Daytona.
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Report: Two race attendees sue NASCAR, Daytona for 2015 Coke Zero 400 crash-related injuries
Two Florida men have filed suit for injuries sustained from flying liquid and debris from a crash in the 2015 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona.
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Stewart-Haas Racing announces driver-crew chief pairings for 2018
Two driver-crew chief combinations remain the same, while there will be two other new driver-crew chief teams in 2018 for Stewart-Haas Racing.
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Darlington celebrates NASCAR’s 70th birthday by revealing 4th throwback weekend details
This year's throwback weekend will not be era specific, but will honor events from throughout NASCAR's 70-year history.
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Front Row Motorsports adds Michael McDowell, expands technical alliance with Roush Fenway
Michael McDowell will be teammates with David Ragan after several years driving for Leavine Family Racing.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s ‘Last Ride’ diecast is Lionel Racing’s bestselling ever
The diecast for Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s last Cup start surpassed the previous bestseller by more than 10,000 units.
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Casey Mears likely to split 2018 between NASCAR, Global Rallycross and Stadium Super Trucks
Mears will be pretty busy in 2018, running part-time in NASCAR and also adding stints in Global Rallycross and Stadium Super Trucks.
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Make donation to Martinsville toy drive to take laps around track
Today and Friday you can make laps arounds the oldest track in NASCAR.
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Cole Pearn to honor late friend with fundraiser for family next month in Toronto
2017 NASCAR Cup champ Martin Truex Jr. will join crew chief Cole Pearn to honor Pearn's late best friend Jan. 5 in Toronto.
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NASCAR Fan Appreciation Day scheduled for Jan. 20
The annual event will be held the day after the induction of the 2018 Hall of Fame class.
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Ryan Blaney to guest star on NBC’s ‘Taken’ next year
The Team Penske driver follows up cameos in "Logan Lucky" and "Cars 3" with his role on the TV series
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NASCAR Hall of Famer Jack Ingram update: Leaves ICU, moves to acute care facility
Ingram has been discharged from Intensive Care and moved to an Acute Care facility.
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2018 start times, TV schedule for Camping World Truck Series
The Camping World Truck Series begins its 2018 season on Feb. 16 at Daytona International Speedway.
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Niece Motorsports enters tech alliance with GMS Racing, Justin Fontaine to race full-time
Justin Fontaine will drive the No. 45 Chevrolet for Niece Motorsports.
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Report: Judge deals setback to Tony Stewart, rules civil lawsuit can go forward in Kevin Ward Jr. death
While the civil suit can now go to trial, efforts have been ongoing for a possible settlement.
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Kurt Busch re-signs with Stewart-Haas Racing
Kurt Busch will return for his fifth season with Stewart-Haas Racing.
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Richard Childress Racing, Caterpillar extend relationship
Caterpillar has sponsored Richard Childress Racing since 2009.
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John Hunter Nemechek to race part-time for Chip Ganassi Racing in Xfinity Series
John Hunter Nemechek will split time in the No. 42 Chevrolet with Kyle Larson.
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NASCAR announces 2018 Xfinity Series start times, TV schedule
The Xfinity Series season opens at 2:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 17 at Daytona International Speedway.
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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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