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Many of Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s most memorable career moments
Go back in time and revisit some of the most memorable moments of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s career.
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A look at Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s most popular tweets
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has left his mark on social media since joining Twitter following his 2014 Daytona 500 win.
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Dale Jr retires -- Fans, Hendrick will feel impact
Dale Earnhardt Jr announced that he will retire after 2017 and that impact will be felt by Hendrick Motor Sports, NASCAR and fans alike.
NASCAR's Dale Jr. to retire at end of 2017 season
The NASCAR driver announced he will retire at the end of the 2017 season, but it is doubtful he will leave racing entirely.
NASCAR’s preliminary entry lists for Richmond International Raceway
Thirty-eight cars are entered into the Cup Series' Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond.
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UPDATED: NASCAR, sports world reacts to Dale Earnhardt Jr. retirement announcement
Social media has been inundated with posts commenting on the retirement of Dale Earnhardt Jr. at season's end.
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Heavy foot on pit road foils Kyle Larson once again at Bristol
Kyle Larson knows he has a problem at Bristol that once again cost him: his heavy right foot.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jarrett, Kelli Stavast recap Bristol driver performances
There was plenty to analyze in Monday's Food City 500, and Dale Jarrett and Kelli Stavast did so on NASCAR America.
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NASCAR America: My Home Track: Maine’s Oxford Plains, Beech Ridge Motor Speedway
Maine once used to host three Cup races during the 1960s.
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NASCAR America: Bowyer’s determination to win fuels Stewart-Haas
Bowyer hasn't won a NASCAR Cup race since 2012.
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NASCAR America: Adhesive added to Bristol surface helped Johnson win, better racing
Adding an adhesive to the bottom groove for more grip was definitely an assist in Jimmie Johnson's win at Bristol.
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Bristol could signal new era of short track racing
With two lanes to run, will side-by-side racing prove to be more exciting to fans than the bump and run?
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Dale Jarrett, Kelli Stavast on drivers at Bristol
Dale Jarrett and Kelli Stavast discuss the top driver performances in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway on NASCAR America.
Clint Bowyer fuels SHR after finishing second at Bristol
Clint Bowyer finished second in a Cup race for the first time since 2013 after recovering from a speeding penalty.
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My Home Track: Maine's Oxford Plains Speedway
Maine hosted 3 NASCAR cup races in the 1960's, and Oxford Plains and Beech Ridge Speedway's remain home to some of racing's greats including Daytona 500-winning crew chief Steve Letarte.
Bowyer's determination fueling Stewart-Haas Racing
Clint Bowyer second place finish shows that he has the determination and drive to lead Stewart-Haas to victory lane, according to Dale Jarrett.
New changes to Bristol helped Jimmie Johnson win
Dale Jarrett and Kelli Stavast discuss how the changes made to the race track at Bristol Motor Speedway helped Jimmie Johnson win the Food City 500.
Jimmie Johnson's patience propels him to victory
Greg Biffle and Kyle Petty discuss Jimmie Johnson's patience throughout the Food City 500 in Bristol, which led him to victory lane.
What drivers said about Bristol Motor Speedway
Here's what Monster Energy NASCAR Cup drivers thought after the rain delayed race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. drops four spots in the points standings after Bristol crash
Through eight races, he is 24th in the rankings, which are led by Kyle Larson.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Bristol rewind, 50 States schedule
Today’s episode of NASCAR America airs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Carolyn Manno hosts from Stamford, Connecticut, along with Kyle Petty and Greg Biffle. Kelli Stavast and NASCAR Hall of Famer...
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Logano had a crazy experience in Food City 500
After Joey Logano posted a top-five finish at Bristol, he explains his crazy experience in the Food City 500.
Results, stats for Food City 500 at Bristol; Jimmie Johnson scores second consecutive victory
It's the 82nd career victory for the seven-time series champion.
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Bowyer appreciates opportunity to finish second
After Clint Bowyer finished second in the Food City 500, he discusses why the opportunity to finish with Stewart-Haas Racing is special to him.
Kyle Busch suffers another crash in Bristol
Kyle Busch's participation at Bristol came to an end after suffering his second crash with his front tire having issues.
Martin Truex Jr. disappointed at costly penalty
Martin Truex Jr. admits he was gunning to try to seal a victory in Bristol and is disappointed that his speeding victory ended those chances.
Jimmie Johnson happy to get Bristol win
Jimmie Johnson is thrilled to finally get at a win at Bristol, saying that his crew finally put together a strategy that sealed a victory.
Larson penalized for speeding at Bristol
Kyle Larson led a race high 203 laps until a speeding penalty on pit row cost him his chance at winning the Food City 500 at Bristol.
Johnson wins second straight race with victory at Bristol
The seven-time series champion earned his 82nd career Cup win and second victory in as many races.
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Jimmie Johnson seals Food City 500 win
Jimmie Johnson's strong final three laps seal a win at Bristol -- a track where he hasn't had much previous success.
Martin Truex Jr. wins Stage 2 of Food City 500; Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s day ends early with wreck
The Furniture Row Racing driver led the final 47 laps.
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Kyle Busch’s Bristol woes continue in Food City 500
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver lost a right-front tire twice, the second time ending his day on Lap 383.
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Dale Jr. crashes hard into wall at Bristol
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s day comes to an abrupt end after hits the outside wall in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch crashed into wall after a tire issue
Kyle Busch crashes into a wall as a result of a cut tire.
Kyle Larson leads all 125 laps to win Stage 1 of Food City 500 at Bristol
Kurt Busch and Chris Buescher were involved in the only accident of note in Stage 1.
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Here are the songs drivers picked for intros at Bristol
See who selected a song from The Dangerous Summery. See who selected a song from 2 Pac. See who selected a song from Rachel Platten.
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Traction compound added to Bristol’s lower groove for today’s Cup race
Track officials also used the tire dragon Monday morning.
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Team Penske’s final appeal of penalty to Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 rescheduled to Wednesday
The case will be heard Wednesday at 6 p.m. instead of Tuesday morning.
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Monday’s Cup race at Bristol: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the pertinent details for today's race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Juan Pablo Montoya back at a NASCAR track but not looking for a full-time ride
He says he'd be for running in a NASCAR Cup race again but not much more beyond that.
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Burton: NASCAR drivers should remember that Bristol was built on the bottom, baby
Jeff Burton believes Bristol's best days were as a single-groove track that put a premium on banging, patience and talent to make passes.
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NASCAR Cup race postponed until Monday
Race will be held at 1 p.m. Monday.
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Staff picks for Food City 500 at Bristol
Who will win at Bristol Motor Speedway? Here are our predictions.
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Stage racing adds another element to racing on short tracks
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s bump of Kyle Busch at Martinsville at the end of a stage opened the eyes of some competitors of what could happen.
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Sunday’s Cup race at Bristol: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the details for the Cup series' first visit of the year to Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Family affair: Harrison Burton celebrates first K&N Pro Series East win with parents
After going to Victory Lane when his dad won a NASCAR race, this time it was Jeff and Kim Burton going to Victory Lane for Harrison.
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Jeremy Clements receives swollen left eye after punch from Ross Chastain
Ross Chastain: 'Somebody grabbed me and turned me around and I saw red eyes and a face that wasn’t going to talk.'
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Elliott Sadler leads top-three sweep by JR Motorsports in Xfinity points
Elliott Sadler holds a 16-point lead over rookie William Byron after seven races.
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Results and stats for Xfinity Series race at Bristol won by Erik Jones
Erik Jones won consecutive Xfinity races for the first time in his career.
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Erik Jones: 'Race I won't forget for a long time'
Erik Jones recaps his Xfinity win at Bristol Motor Speedway, saying it's one he "won't forget for a long time."
Erik Jones wins Xfinity race at Bristol
Erik Jones overcame a speeding penalty to win the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Erik Jones overcomes penalty to win Xfinity race at Bristol in three-lap shootout
Erik Jones is the first repeat Xfinity winner of the season as he won his second race in a row.
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Xfinity drivers Ross Chastain, Jeremy Clements involved in confrontation during red flag
Ross Chastain and Jeremy Clements' incident resulted in Clements visiting the infield care center.
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Kyle Busch fastest in final Food City 500 practice at Bristol Motor Speedway
Joe Gibbs Racing swept the top two spots with Busch and Daniel Suarez.
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Kyle Larson earns Xfinity pole at Bristol with track record
Kyle Larson earned just his second Xfinity pole for Saturday's Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300.
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Kyle Busch fastest in morning Cup practice at Bristol
Erik Jones records fastest average over 10 consecutive laps.
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Today’s Xfinity race at Bristol: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
Kyle Larson led the most laps in both Bristol Xfinity races last season, but finished third both times.
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Saturday’s Bristol schedule: 2 Cup practices, Xfinity qualifying and race
The Xfinity Series hosts the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 today at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Kurt Busch wants to see Marco Andretti drive in Daytona 500
Kurt Busch finished sixth in the 2014 Indianapolis 500.
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Dale Jr., Larson have message for rain at Bristol
Friday marked Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s first time running on the VHT at Bristol and he'd like more track time but rain might not allow it.
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Food City 500 starting lineup at Bristol
Points leader Kyle Larson will start on the pole after qualifying is canceled.
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To bump-and-run or not to bump-and-run at Bristol
Drivers are mixed when it comes to using the bump-and-run in races.
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Joe Gibbs Racing dominates Friday’s lone Cup practice
Toyota had five of the six fastest cars in Friday's NASCAR Cup practice at Bristol.
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Justin Allgaier is fastest in lone Xfinity practice at Bristol
Rain impacted Friday's on-track schedule at Bristol.
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No doubt about it: Dale Jr. is back to his old self, drivers say
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s fifth-place finish at Texas was his best showing in almost a year.
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Kyle Busch isn’t fretting how Joe Gibbs Racing has started season
Kyle Busch: 'I don’t think there’s any reason for cause to be concerned yet. Ask me that question again in about 10 weeks.'
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Rider eyes motorcycle jump record before NASCAR race at Talladega
Guinness World Record officials will be on hand to authenticate if rider sets motorcycle jump record.
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UPDATE: Rain washes out Bristol Cup qualifying
Cup and K&N Pro Series East qualifying washed out at Bristol.
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NASCAR America: Ryan Blaney’s confidence has grown in sophomore Cup season
Ryan Blaney has grown to become a better driver in his second full-time season in NASCAR Cup.
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Friday’s schedule at Bristol Motor Speedway
The Cup Series will have practice and qualifying, while the Xfinity Series will have two practice sessions Friday at Bristol.
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NASCAR America — Racing in the Bayou — My Home Track: Louisiana’s Baton Rouge Raceway
They've got some great racing down in the Bayou, like at Baton Rouge Raceway.
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It’s Bristol, baby — but there’s other great racing in the Volunteer State, too
Racing isn't just about Bristol, baby, in the Volunteer State.
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Good news, race fans: few conflicts with NFL games during 2017 NASCAR playoffs
NASCAR winds up with an edge over the NFL for much of the 10-race playoff schedule later this year.
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NASCAR America: Rutledge Wood explains NASCAR’s race enhancements to kids
Kids say the darndest things about NASCAR, as NBCSN's Rutledge Wood learned recently.
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NASCAR America: Why has Kurt Busch been inconsistent since Daytona 500 win?
Kurt Busch has struggled since winning this year's Daytona 500.
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NASCAR America: Weather, track grip present challenges for Bristol drivers
Weather could impact this weekend's racing at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR's race enhancements explained to kids
Still not completely confident in your understanding of NASCAR's latest race enhancements? Rutledge Wood has fun breaking down the rules to a group of kids.
My Home Track: Louisiana's Baton Rouge Raceway
Louisiana hosted its lone Cup race in 1953, but just beyond the city limits of Baton Rouge sits the Baton Rouge Raceway, a track known for flat track motorcycle racing.
Tennessee's rich NASCAR history
Bristol Motor Speedway has been an iconic, action-packed NASCAR destination for more than 50 years, but is isn't the only Tennessee short track in the history books.
Blaney: 'We've all grown and matured' as a team
Ryan Blaney is currently sixth in Cup standing and on the cusp of a win, "it's just a matter of finishing out that second half of the race." Blaney discusses the confidence that comes with no longer being a...
Kurt Busch up and down since Daytona 500 win
Kurt Busch got off to a fantastic start with a win at Daytona, but has struggled to gain traction since.
Bristol presents new challenges for drivers
Inclement weather and the track surface create some unknowns heading into this weekend's race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Bristol, Kurt Busch, Blaney, Bayou
Our 50 States in 50 Shows visits the Bayou, namely, the great state of Louisiana.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 74: Dale Jarrett on the ‘selfish’ new drivers vs. the ‘Young Guns’
The NBCSN analyst on why stage racing has been better than he expected (as well as a throwback in some ways), his outspokenness on Indy and road courses and how working as a booth analyst is different from...
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Second of four Xfinity Dash 4 Cash races is this Saturday at Bristol
Justin Allgaier is looking to make it two straight Dash 4 Cash wins Saturday at Bristol.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Q&A with Stewart-Haas Racing rookie Cole Custer
The Stewart-Haas Racing rookie talks about how much Tony Stewart and Kevin Harvick have helped him.
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Charlotte’s playoff race moving from Saturday night to Sunday afternoon in October
Playoff race moves to Oct. 8 and will air on NBC.
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Kyle Busch’s helmet to have a special family theme at Bristol
Helmet will be auctioned after Bristol race to benefit Bundle of Joy Fund to help infertile couples.
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Matt Kenseth unsure how rain, cool weather will impact Bristol’s treated surface
Bristol Motor Speedway and its VHT-treated surface could be even more of a wild card thanks to the weather.
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NASCAR’s full schedule for Bristol Motor Speedway
The race weekend culminates with Sunday's Food City 500.
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NASCAR America: Daniel Hemric leans on Dillon family in Xfinity Series transition
Hemric inspired to compete by Dillon family.
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NASCAR America — My Home Track: Kentucky’s Ponderosa Speedway
My Home Track: Kentucky's Ponderosa Speedway
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NASCAR America: Kenseth shouldn’t change anything despite poor season start
Matt Kenseth shouldn't change his approach.
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NASCAR America: Bristol Motor Speedway looks to bring back old Bristol racing
Bristol Motor Speedway is the epitome of old school racing -- and that's a good thing.
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Hemric inspired to compete by Dillon family
Daniel Hemric discusses the influence of his childhood friends Austin and Ty Dillon in his transition to the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
My Home Track: Kentucky's Ponderosa Speedway
The Bluegrass state is home to Muhhammad Ali, the Waltrip family , and Ponderosa Speedway also known as Kentucky's baddest bull ring.
Bristol Motor Speedway looks to enhance racing
While Bristol looks to change racing with a new lower bottom groove, Greg Biffle explains why the enhancements will be beneficial.
Matt Kenseth shouldn't change his approach
NASCAR America discusses why Matt Kenseth and the Joe Gibbs Racing team shouldn't change their approach despite Kenseth's poor start to the season.
Matt Kenseth laughs off retirement rumors; says racing in 2018 is ‘always my hope’
Car owner Joe Gibbs says team is working toward keeping him in fold next season in wake of Circle K sponsorship.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. on NBCSN: Kenseth, Wood Bros., Bristol
Xfinity Series driver Daniel Hemric will discuss his 2017 season thus far.
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Country stars Tyler Farr, Sawyer Brown to play pre-race concerts at Daytona, Kentucky
Sawyer Brown has had over 50 hits in its distinguished career.
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Sam Bass selling art, guitars and more in bankruptcy auction
NASCAR's first authorized artist is also going through dialysis and has a GoFundMe to fund paying medical bills and a kidney replacement.
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‘Magnet for trouble’ Martin Truex Jr. looks to reverse personal Bristol history
Martin Truex Jr.'s only two top 10s at Bristol came five years ago.
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Kevin Harvick advocates rotating All-Star Race and putting the showcase up for bid
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver lists Nashville, Iowa and Bristol as potential locations.
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Kligerman: How Is NASCAR doing? I don’t know (but turning left doesn’t make me dizzy)
The NBCSN analyst and NASCAR veteran driver is happy to evangelize about his sport. But he's come to understand it isn't the make or break key to its existence.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Kansas
Todays "50 states in 50 shows" looks at Salina Speedway and a very early Clint Bowyer race.
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NASCAR America: Matt DiBenedetto recalls impressive Bristol performances from last year
The Go Fas Racing driver had career performances last year at Bristol Motor Speedway, including finishing sixth in the spring race.
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NASCAR America: Sponsorship for Darrell Wallace Jr. in doubt amid best start in Xfinity career
Darrell Wallace Jr. only has sponsorship secured through the May 27 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Crew chief for Kurt Busch says team has ‘got to be better’
Texas showed signs of a turnaround for the Daytona 500 champ after struggles in March and early April.
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DiBenedetto had Bristol circled on his calendar
Matt DiBenedetto had his career-best Cup finish last year at Bristol and his hoping to continue his success at the track this weekend.
My Home Track: Kansas' Salina Speedway
Get to know more about racing history in Kansas and Salina Speedway.
Bubba Wallace: Team's good attitude has helped
Bubba Wallace talks about his recent string of sixth place finishes and the positive attitude change he's noticed in his team.
Bowyer, Larson seeing stock soar this year
Clint Bowyer, Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott are just a few drivers who are off to hot starts in 2017 compared to how they began 2016.
NASCAR America begins at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Darrell Wallace Jr. interview, 50 states: Kansas
Matt DiBenedetto also joins the show a year after his surprise finish last April at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Cup winner will have new place to celebrate at Bristol
Bristol Motor Speedway also has done additional work to lower groove for this weekend.
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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. returns to Bristol, site of best Cup finishes
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. twice has finished second in Cup races in "Thunder Valley," including last August.
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Goodyear tire info for Bristol
Cup teams have run this tire combination at Bristol since August 2014.
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Bump & Run: Is a changing of the guard taking place?
Parker Kligerman, Nate Ryan and Dustin Long offer their take on hot topics in the sport.
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Preliminary entry lists for NASCAR at Bristol Motor Speedway
NASCAR returns from its Easter hiatus for a rumble in "Thunder Valley."
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Fiancee of Bryan Clauson: ‘My heart felt healed for the first time in eight months’
Lauren Stewart met the man who received Bryan Clauson's heart after his death in August 2016.
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Kevin Harvick will give one fan a shot at $1 million with All-Star Race scheme
Someone could win some big "Busch Bucks" if Kevin Harvick wins the May 20 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Ben Kennedy adds 12 Xfinity starts with GMS Racing to schedule
Ben Kennedy will drive GMS Racing's No. 96 Chevrolet in addition to his nine races in the No. 2 for Richard Childress Racing.
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NASCAR stars spent off week getting in touch with racing roots
Kyle Larson won in California, while Kasey Kahne and Tony Stewart spent the weekend in Texas.
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Crew chief Paul Wolfe will be with Brad Keselowski at Bristol pending final appeal
Final Appeals Officer Bryan Moss will hear Team Penske's case April 25 in regards to Phoenix penalty.
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NASCAR Stock Market: Who’s up, who’s down from last year
Clint Bowyer is 23 spots better in the points than he was a year ago; Dale Earnhardt Jr. is 14 spots worse.
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Xfinity Rookie Report: How William Byron, Daniel Hemric and others are faring after six races
Through six races, William Byron is the only Xfinity Series rookie to win a pole or a stage this season.
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‘Mind over matter’ keeps ‘The King’ going as he nears 80
In the months before his birthday, fans can explore Richard Petty's family story in a special exhibit at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
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Leader of the pack: Kevin Harvick has led the most laps this season
Kevin Harvick has led 419 laps. Kyle Busch is next with 413 laps led.
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Rick Ware Racing signs road course racer for Sonoma, Watkins Glen
Josh Bilicki will seek to make his first Cup start in June at Sonoma Raceway.
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Where Are They Now? ‘Handsome Harry’ Gant still is rolling
Gant earned more than 300 Sportsman wins before he moved full-time to Winston Cup.
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Tommy Joe Martins moving from Truck to Xfinity Series
Team will return to Xfinity Series at Bristol and plans to compete in nine series races this year.
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After 70 years, ageless wonder Red Farmer still racing – and winning
The legendary driver is marking his 70th year of racing in 2017.
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Kligerman: What does it mean to be a racer? Fernando Alonso might know
From his Twitter avatar to his entry into the 101st Indianapolis 500, the two-time F1 champion continually demonstrates he is all about racing.
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NASCAR America: Measuring success under the new points format
Steve Letarte and Greg Biffle look at what makes a driver successful after seven races in the new point format.
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NASCAR America: Erik Jones believes ‘You bring your friends to the race track with you’
When it comes to his competitors, the rookie Cup drivers likes to keep his distance out of the car.
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Should NASCAR drivers fraternize away from track?
Erik Jones says that he mostly keeps to himself at the racetrack, a change from the typical camaraderie around NASCAR.
My Home Track: Iowa
Krista Voda joins NASCAR America to discuss some of the top tracks in the Hawkeye State.
NASCAR America: Parker Kligerman takes to Eldora with iRacing
iRacing recently launched an update for the game where you can race on the dirt track in Rossburg, Ohio.
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Drivers make difference with dirt racing
Parker Kligerman explains the ins and outs of dirt racing and how the driver is in greater control.
Stenhouse Jr. running better this season
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. remains focused as he continues to climb an uphill battle in the Cup Series.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. thanks his dad for racing help
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. recalls his dad's work ethic as a major influence in his racing upbringing.
New NASCAR scoring emphasizes points per event
Average finishes used to be the metric for measuring success, but point racing has become increasingly important under a new scoring system.
Kurt Busch, Jimmie Johnson early NASCAR winners
Kurt Busch, Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski are among the winners through seven racers in an exciting start to the NASCAR season.
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. interview, 50 states: Iowa
Victory Lane Review recaps the first seven races of the Cup Series season.
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Travis Pastrana parodies endorsements in video petitioning sponsors for backing in Las Vegas Truck race
The action sports start hopes to compete in the Sept. 30 Camping World Truck Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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Court documents tell two sides in Ward family lawsuit against Tony Stewart
Documents include 171-page deposition Tony Stewart gave that details his point of view of the fatal incident with Kevin Ward Jr. in 2014.
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Two NASCAR tracks to be taken over by drones, bowling balls
Two NASCAR tracks are adding unique events for upcoming race weekends.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Spencer Gallagher doesn’t hold back with what he says
Spencer Gallagher believes there's "no greater sin" than being boring on TV.
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F1 champion Lewis Hamilton interested in Daytona 500
Lewis Hamilton said: "'I think us drivers should be able to do more than one series."
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Indiana
50 States in 50 Shows profiles Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Winchester Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Clint Bowyer’s resurrection with Stewart-Haas Racing
Clint Bowyer is ninth in the Cup points standings after his first seven races with Stewart-Haas Racing.
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NASCAR America: Jamie McMurray’s crew chief on impressive start, pit strategy
Matt McCall talks with Dave Burns about Jamie McMurray's strong run in the first seven races of the year.
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NASCAR's 'My Home Track': Winchester Speedway
NASCAR America's '50 states in 50 days' continues from Indiana with Winchester Speedway.
Clint Bowyer leading Stewart-Haas Racing
Clint Bowyer has found the right chemistry with Stewart-Haas Racing, and as a result, has had more success than fellow teammate Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch this season.
Larson, McMurray leading Chip Ganassi Racing
Kyle Larson is first and Jamie McMurray is eighth in the NASCAR Cup Series standings. What has led to their success this season?
Harvick wants NASCAR to shorten 500-mile races
Outside of the Daytona 500, Coke 600 and Southern 500, Kevin Harvick wants NASCAR to shorten 500-mile races.
Keselowski penalties upheld; Penske to appeal
Penalties handed down to Brad Keselowski and his team after Phoenix were upheld on Wednesday, but Team Penske has one final appeal opportunity.
McMurray's crew chief on biggest Texas takeaways
Matt McCall analyzes Jamie McMurray's performance at Texas after finish seventh and how the team will build in the performance during NASCAR's off-week.
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Discussing shorter race, 50 State in 50 Shows: Indiana
Today's show looks at the biggest surprises and disappointments through the first seven races of the year.
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Team Penske will make final appeal of Phoenix penalty
A three-member panel denied the team's initial appeal Wednesday.
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Ricky Stenhouse Jr.’s team receives minor penalty from Texas
Crew chief Brian Pattie fined $10,000 for lug nut violation.
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Kevin Harvick: Most 500-mile races should be shorter
Outside the "crown jewel" races of the Daytona 500, Coke 600 and Southern 500, Kevin Harvick wants 500-mile races shortened.
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Appeals panel upholds penalties to Brad Keselowski’s Penske team
Pending a final appeal, crew chief Paul Wolfe would miss the races at Bristol and Richmond.
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Upon Further Review: Top qualifiers gain extra reward
Drivers who make it to the final round of qualifying go on to score points in Stage 1 more than 60 percent of the time.
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Five drivers (plus three) with Formula One ties that we’d like to see race the Daytona 500
After Fernando Alonso's surprising entry in the Indy 500, we wonder who could appear in NASCAR's crown jewel.
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NASCAR America: Visiting with Daniel Suarez at his home track
Rutledge Wood visits with rookie Cup driver Daniel Suarez at his home track in Mexico.
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Richmond going back in time with return of stripes on walls
Track will have red and white stripes on its walls for the first time since 1988.
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NASCAR America: 50 State in 50 Shows: Illinois
Kankakee County Speedway is located an hour south of Chicago.
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NASCAR America: Dale Earnhardt Jr. calls out Team Penske’s actions after Texas race
Swerving after the race to improve chances of passing inspection have returned to the spotlight.
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NASCAR America: Scan All from Texas Motor Speedway
From new pavement to pit road accidents, drivers had a lot to vent about during Sunday's O'Reilly Auto Parts 500.
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Larson excited for option tires in All-Star race
Kyle Larson talks about the changes to the NASCAR All-Star race and his strong start to the season.
My Home Track: Illinois
Get to know some of the best race tracks in Illinois, including Kankakee County Speedway.
Softer tires will be used in All-Star Race; What about 2018?
Said Kyle Larson: 'If this whole thing goes good, maybe we can see it in other races down the road or all races.'
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Dale Jr. questions Penske's post-race swerving
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s comments regarding the Penke cars' post-race swerving raised some eyebrows after Texas, however that could be his way of letting NASCAR know it should be investigated.
All-Star format changes 'perfect' for Kurt Busch
Kurt Busch weighs in on format changes and the option for a softer tire in this year's All-Star Race, calling it the "perfect element to throw in the mix."
More Cup teams playoff eligible after seven races than in first three years of format
While many teams won early, Joe Gibbs Racing hasn't won before the Easter break for the first time since the format's 2014 introduction.
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Scan All: O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas
Go behind the scenes with the sights and sounds and driver communications during the O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 that saw Jimmie Johnson drive to victory lane at Texas Motor Speedway.
Suarez paves way for NASCAR's future generations
Daniel Suarez heads home a NASCAR champion and spends some time with Rutledge Wood at the track where he got his start at 11 years old.
NASCAR All-Star Race format changes
NASCAR announced its format changes to this season's All-Star Race in an attempt to make it "as exciting as possible."
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: All-Star race format reveal, Scan All: Texas
Dave Burns talks with Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch about the new All-Star Race format.
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Chris Buescher crew member on mend after pit road incident at Texas
Zack Young suffered injuries to his hand and thumb.
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Monster Energy All-Star Race to take NASCAR back in time
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the NASCAR All-Star Race.
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Poison’s Bret Michaels to give Darlington Throwback Weekend pre-race concert
Bret Michaels and Poison were one of the biggest rock bands of the 1980s.
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Larry The Cable Guy to Git-R-Done as Kansas Cup race grand marshal
Larry The Cable Guy will Git-R-Done as grand marshal at Kansas Speedway on May 13.
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Which NASCAR driver would you like to see run Indy 500?
Other than Kyle Larson, who is another driver you would like run in the Indy 500 some day?
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Hendrick solves performance issues; JGR still puzzled
After 26 combined wins in the previous two seasons, Joe Gibbs Racing has zero in 2017.
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Report: ATF agents paid for Bristol suite to 2012 night race with secret account
New York Times story states ATF agents paid $21,000 to rent a 16-person suite to the 2012 race.
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Five teams to take part in Goodyear tire test at Daytona
Test will take place Tuesday and Wednesday.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jarrett, Steve Letarte on Jimmie Johnson fighting through dehydration
Dale Jarrett shares his experience from a dehydration study during his racing career.
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NASCAR America: 50 State in 50 Shows: Idaho
NASCAR America looks at motorsports in the state of Idaho, including the special kind of racing seen at Magic Valley Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Kyle Larson showing what he’s made of after Texas performance
Kyle Larson earned his fourth second-place finish of the year Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Jimmie Johnson: Repaves ‘cater’ to young drivers
Jimmie Johnson tells NBC Sports Dave Burns he didn't expect the Texas repave to benefit him
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My Home Track: Idaho
Idaho, famous for its potatoes, is also home to the Magic Valley Speedway. What's so unique about Magic Valley Speedway? It's where double-decker racing happens.
Kyle Larson's remarkable run continues
Kyle Larson and the No. 42 team continued its incredible run with a fourth second-place finish and it's only a matter a time before he's giving Jimmie Johnson a run for his money.
Dale Jr.'s top five finish a big step forward
Dale Jr. withstood a tough, physical test in Texas to earn his first top five finish since Pocono in 2016 and it's exactly what the No. 88 team needed.
Car that Dale Earnhardt raced in 1990 sells big at Barrett-Jackson auction
A 1989 Chevy Lumina Dale Earnhardt won with at Atlanta Motor Speedway sold for $200,000 over the weekend.
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Joe Gibbs Racing's struggles continue
With just three top five finishes to start the season, Joe Gibbs was honest about the amount of work that needs to be done and Steve Letarte believes they should take a look at what's working for Martin...
Jimmie Johnson suffers from dehydration during win
Jimmie Johnson used his veteran experience and will to win to overcome a bout of dehydration in the final laps, earning his first Cup win of the season.
Jimmie Johnson 'scored one for the old guys'
Jimmie Johnson admits he didn't think a reprofiled Texas track would treat him as well as traditional Texas had, figuring a younger driver’s bravery could be rewarded.
NASCAR America at 6 pm ET: What’s up with JGR, Jimmie Johnson win
Today's NASCAR America on NBCSN reviews Sunday's O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.
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