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Michael Waltrip prepares for final Daytona start, last career race
Waltrip's 30th place finish in last year's Daytona 500 prompted his desire to race there one final time.
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NASCAR America: Parker Kligerman breaks down how to race at Daytona
Parker Kligerman took viewers on a ride around Daytona International Speedway on the iRacing simulator.
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NASCAR America: Why young members on driver’s council is a good thing
Jeff Burton and Nate Ryan say it's a good thing to have young drivers on the NASCAR Cup Series Driver's Council.
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NASCAR America: Sadler, Byron, Reed on which Xfinity teams are ones to beat (video)
Which are the teams to beat in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2017? NASCAR America asked several drivers their thoughts.
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NASCAR America: Will Dale Earnhardt Jr. really retire if he wins championship? (video)
Is Dale Earnhardt Jr. serious about retiring after he would win his first NASCAR Cup championship?
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Benefits of young voices on Cup Drivers Council
Jeff Burton and Nate Ryan list off the pros of having young drivers like Chase Elliott, Austin Dillon, Ryan Blaney and Aric Almirola join the Cup Series Drivers Council.
Racing simulator: Daytona 500
Parker Kligerman and Kyle Petty take a ride in the simulator around Daytona International Speedway to discuss the challenges the course presents this weekend for the Daytona 500.
What's to come for racers in Daytona 500?
Jeff Burton and Nate Ryan from Daytona International Speedway discuss potential outcomes and strategies for racers in this weekend's Daytona 500.
Which Xfinity series teams are the ones to beat?
Elliott Sadler, William Byron, Ryan Reed are among others who share which teams they believe are the ones to beat in the Xfinity Series.
What would it take for Dale Jr. to retire?
Carolyn Manno, Kyle Petty and Parker Kligerman of NASCAR America talk about how Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he'd retire at 43 if he won the championship.
Atlanta Motor Speedway’s hometown to honor Hall of Famer Bobby Allison
Bobby Allison had great success at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Now the track’s hometown will pay tribute to him.
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Watch NASCAR America Live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Dale Jr., Xfinity 2017, Matt Tifft documentary
Today's NASCAR America: Check out highlights of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s appearances on TODAY Show and Dan Patrick Show.
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Degree to sponsor Dale Earnhardt Jr., Justin Allgaier in three Xfinity races
Degree Deodorant will serve as primary sponsor for three Xfinity Series races for JR Motorsports in 2017.
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Ryan Blaney, Erik Jones have a need for speed: close to 700 mph
NASCAR Cup drivers Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney got their speed on with the Air Force Thunderbirds.
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Dale Jr. on Dan Patrick Show: Retirement plans, how concussion changed him
Dale Earnhardt Jr. also talked about his father's racing and what might have been of DEI in interview with Dan Patrick.
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Will Dale Earnhardt Jr. let his kids race?
Dale Earnhardt Jr. says that he would love his kids to race, but acknowledges that it is very different than when he started racing.
Dale Jr. and his wife Amy play Newlywed Game
Dale and his wife, Amy, take the Dan Patrick Show equivalent of the Newlywed Game, reveal details about their wedding, how Dale gets after the Redskins lose, plus whether or not his kids will drive.
Dale Jr. never talked about head injuries with dad
Dale Jr. isn't sure what his dad would say about him taking the remainder of the season off with a concussion.
Dale Jr. wanted control of concussion narrative
Dale Jr. discusses decorating challenges with trophies, describes his worst day with his concussion and why his relationship with racing suffered.
Bump & Run: Spinning the wheels and calling your shot
Kyle Petty, Parker Kligerman, Nate Ryan and Dustin Long answer this week's questions.
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Upon Further Review: Tough decisions ahead
Crew chiefs and drivers face many questions in preparing their car for the Daytona 500.
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NASCAR America: Previewing the Xfinity Series season
Dale Jarrett and Kyle Petty discuss the big headlines for the Xfinity Series, which begins its season on Saturday.
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NASCAR America: Dale Earnhardt Jr. to start second in Daytona 500
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start on the front row in his first race since July.
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NASCAR America: Chase Elliott reacts to winning second Daytona 500 pole
Nate Ryan spoke to Chase Elliott after he earned his third NASCAR Cup Series pole in two seasons.
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Matt Tifft's incredible journey back to the track
Matt Tifft's journey from undergoing brain surgery last year back to the track this year shows why he is one of NASCAR's youngest budding superstars.
NASCAR America: Furniture Row Racing looks to rebound from Daytona inspection woes
Jeff Burton explains what caused Furniture Row Racing's inspection problems over the weekend and the problems it could cause.
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Joey Logano shakes off rust in Clash victory
Joey Logano chats with Nate Ryan about how long it took him to get comfortable during The Clash, his victory in the race and why he's confident heading into the Daytona 500.
Chase Elliott's knowledge of Daytona has improved
While Chase Elliott won the pole for the Daytona 500 last year, he finished 37th. This year his return to the pole could be a sign of a more knowledgeable racer.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. on return: 'This is awesome'
Dale Earnhardt Jr. speaks with Nate Ryan about his return to the track and wanting to win after finishing second in qualifying.
Casey Mears joins Biagi DenBeste Racing for 12 Xfinity Series races
The long-time Germain Racing driver will make his debut with his new team at Auto Club Speedway.
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Stewart-Haas reaping the benefits of Ford
After three different Ford racers finished in the final round of the Daytona 500 qualifying, is Stewart-Hass racing starting to reap the benefits of being with Ford?
Elliott on 2nd straight Daytona 500 pole position
Chase Elliott speaks with Nate Ryan after edging out Dale Earnhardt Jr. to earn the Daytona 500 pole for the second straight year. Elliott weighs in the differences from last season and going one-two with...
NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Interviews with Chase Elliott, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Nate Ryan sits down with Chase Elliott to discuss winning his second Daytona 500 pole in two years.
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Darrell Wallace Jr. paying it forward with new scholarship, foundation
The Roush Fenway Racing driver has established the "Bubba Wallace Scholarship" at his high school in Concord, North Carolina.
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Justin Allgaier Motorsports crew chief injured after car goes through a fence
The accident occurred Sunday night at Volusia Speedway Park when a car went through the Turn 2 fence.
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NASCAR Cup Series qualifying for July Pocono race to be held on Sunday
Qualifying will be held three hours before the July 30 Pennsylvania 400.
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Preliminary entry lists for Xfinity, Truck Series at Daytona
The entry lists for the Powershares QQQ 300 and the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
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The three people Chad Knaus called on the night of his seventh championship
During the most recent NASCAR on NBC podcast, the crew chief for Jimmie Johnson recalls who he reached out and touched last November after the Miami victory.
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Stewart-Haas Racing’s debut with Ford has Kevin Harvick smiling
Two cars in the top five in the Clash and two cars in the top 10 in qualifying marked SHR's debut with Ford.
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Starting lineups for the Can-Am Duel qualifying races
Lineups are set for Thursday night's qualifying races at Daytona.
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Where Are They Now? 1970 Daytona 500 winner Pete Hamilton
To kick off an abbreviated season, Pete Hamilton went out and won the 1970 Daytona 500.
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Fans welcome Dale Earnhardt Jr. back to Daytona with open arms and high spirits
The Hendrick Motorsports driver qualifies second for his first race after missing the second half of the 2016 season with concussion symptoms.
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Long: Even in celebration, a hint of concern hangs over Hendrick Motorsports
Jimmie Johnson's spin in Sunday's Clash revives questions about Hendrick cars at Daytona.
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NASCAR Cup Drivers Council adds four new members
The panel that regularly meets with NASCAR is adding younger drivers.
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Chase Elliott nips Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win second consecutive Daytona 500 pole
Hendrick Motorsports earns its third consecutive Daytona 500 pole.
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Daniel Suarez has ‘very productive race’ in Advance Auto Parts Clash
Daniel Suarez finished eighth in his first race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
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What drivers said after the Advance Auto Parts Clash
What NASCAR Cup Series driver thought about their day in the 75-lap exhibition.
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Brad Keselowski doesn’t win Clash but sends message to his competitors
Brad Keselowski says: 'I’m going to make that move again and you better move out or you’ll end up wrecked.'
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Results, stats for the Advance Auto Parts Clash won by Joey Logano
Joey Logano led four laps on the way to winning the his first Clash.
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Joey Logano wins the Advance Auto Parts Clash
Joey Logano takes the first exhibition race of the season, coming in first place in the Advance Auto Parts Crash at Daytona International Speedway.
Joey Logano wins Advance Auto Parts Clash
Joey Logano wins the Clash after a last-lap crash with Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski.
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Johnson spins out in Advance Auto Parts Clash
Jimmie Johnson spins out down on the inside heading towards the straightaway, eliminating him from the Advance Auto Parts Clash for the sixth year in a row.
Kurt Busch hits wall in Advance Auto Parts Clash
Kurt Busch crashes into the outside wall on Lap 17 of the Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona.
Joey Logano leads at end of first Clash segment, Kurt Busch out after crash
Kurt Busch is out of the exhibition race after contact from Jimmie Johnson sent him into the outside wall.
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Sunday’s Clash at Daytona: Start time, lineup and more
NASCAR's exhibition race runs today after rain on Saturday night.
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Rain forces postponement of Advance Auto Parts Clash to Sunday morning
The Advance Auto Parts Clash has been rescheduled for 11:35 a.m. ET on Sunday morning.
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Advance Auto Parts Clash in rain delay
The 75-lap race was scheduled to start at 8:24 p.m. ET
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The backstory of why Alex Bowman was in Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s car Saturday night
NASCAR's most popular driver consulted with his team before turning the wheel of the No. 88 over to his substitute driver for season-opening exhibition race.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Next two months critical to determining if he will race beyond 2017
After recovering from a concussion, Hendrick Motorsports driver said he wants to feel assured about his health before re-signing with team.
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Updated: Scary wreck ends ARCA race five laps early; Theriault wins
Justin Fontaine was involved in a scary accident in his ARCA debut Saturday at Daytona International Speedway.
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Learning on the go: Rookie Daniel Suarez hopes homework pays off in Clash
Daniel Suarez has been busy studying film and data reports and asking teammates questions as he prepares for his Cup debut.
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Fords fast in Daytona 500 practice session
Fords took four of the top five spots in Daytona 500 practice Saturday.
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Five memorable Clash races under Daytona lights
Ranking the most memorable moments in the season-opening exhibition since 2003.
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Front Row Motorsports adds Camping World, Jacob Companies on David Ragan’s car
Camping World and Good Sam will be on the No. 38 for nine races, beginning with the Daytona 500.
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Tonight’s Clash at Daytona: Start time, lineup and more
All the pertinent information for tonight's non-points race that kicks off the 2017 NASCAR season.
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NASCAR’s Saturday schedule at Daytona
The day culminates with the Advanced Auto Parts Clash.
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What could’ve been: Early versions of Sam Bass’ Axalta paint scheme for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. shared a short video showing multiple early versions of the Axalta paint scheme he'll drive this year.
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Denny Hamlin leads Joe Gibbs Racing sweep of top four in final Clash practice
Matt Kenseth recorded the best 10-lap average in the final practice session for the Advance Auto Parts Clash.
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Keselowski, Larson lead first Clash practice session; Toyota teams don’t practice
Only 11 of the 17 Clash teams made laps in the first practice session for Saturday's race.
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Brett Moffitt returns to Red Horse Racing for first two Truck races of season
Brett Moffitt will drive the No. 7 truck at Daytona and Atlanta.
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Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin top starting grid for Clash
The 17-car field for Saturday night's race was set by a random draw.
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NASCAR announces expansion to concussion protocol
Any driver who receives damage from an accident or contact and goes to the garage must visit the infield care center.
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Tide returns as primary sponsor of Matt Kenseth in three races
You can first see the new "Tide Ride" in the March 19 race at Phoenix Raceway.
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Greg Biffle joins NASCAR America as an analyst
Driver tweets that he has decided 'not to participate full time in NASCAR this season' but remains open to racing.
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Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series primary paint schemes
Here are all the paint schemes Cup Series drivers will be driving this season.
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NASCAR’s Friday schedule at Daytona International Speedway
The Cup Series will hold two practice sessions for Saturday night's Advanced Auto Parts Clash.
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Kurt Busch sued by former management company for $1.4 million
A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court last week alleges Busch hasn't paid since terminating his contract with the company last year.
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Ex-NFL star Shawne Merriman, racer Jesse Iwuji team up in NASCAR K&N effort
NASCAR K&N racer Jesse Iwuji, ex-NFL star Shawne Merriman join forces on race team.
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ARRIS extends sponsorship agreement with Joe Gibbs Racing
ARRIS will sponsor Daniel Suarez in 22 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races this season.
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NASCAR America: top-five moments from The Clash at Daytona
NASCAR America counts down five memorable moments from the history of the exhibition race at Daytona.
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NASCAR America: Chip Ganassi Racing looks to build on 2016 success
Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray both made the playoffs last year with Larson earning one win.
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NASCAR America: Who benefits the most from the Clash?
Parker Kligerman and two-time Clash winner Dale Jarrett preview Saturday's exhibition race.
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Top moments from The Clash
Kyle Busch, Dale Earnhardt Sr. and more compile the top five memories in the history of The Clash.
NASCAR heist movie ‘Logan Lucky’ gets new August release date, new photo
The movie, filmed at Charlotte and Atlanta Motor Speedway. stars Daniel Craig, Channing Tatum and Adam Driver.
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Larson, McMurray look to lead Chip Ganassi in 2017
Kyle Larson, Jamie McMurray and Chip Ganassi Racing are looking to make it back to the playoffs in the Sprint Cup.
NASCAR updates its penalty structure
The NASCAR America crew reads into the new penalty changes that will look to make in-race policing easier for officials.
The Clash benefits all racers before Daytona 500
The NASCAR American crew discuss the benefits of racing in and watching The Clash prior to the Daytona 500.
NASCAR America live at 6 p.m. ET: New penalty system, Ganassi Racing preview
Parker Kligerman and Dale Jarrett discuss the new penalty system for NASCAR and more.
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NASCAR overhauls its system for issuing penalties
For minor violations, punishment will occur during the race weekend instead of afterward.
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Nature’s Bakery says it won’t let Stewart-Haas Racing ‘bully us’ with lawsuit
Nature's Bakery issues response to Stewart-Haas Racing filing lawsuit against the company earlier this month.
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Preliminary entry list for the 59th Daytona 500
Forty-two cars are currently entered into the Daytona 500, which is scheduled for Feb. 26.
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Kyle Petty Charity Ride to journey through Pacific Northwest this year
The 2,400-mile route will raise funds and awareness for the Victory Junction Gang Camp.
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Denny Hamlin wants to prove Daytona 500 win ‘not a fluke’
Denny Hamlin hopes to sweep Daytona, starting with Saturday's Clash and another win in the Feb. 26 Daytona 500.
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NASCAR announces stage lengths of all 2017 Cup, Xfinity, Truck races
Here are the lengths of each stage in all 2017 races in NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck series.
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Entry list and what you need to know about Saturday’s NASCAR Clash
17 drivers are entered in Saturday night's Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona International Speedway.
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Full 2017 Daytona Speedweeks schedule
Here's your full NASCAR schedule for Speedweek, culminating in the 59th Daytona 500.
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NASCAR America: Roush Fenway Racing enters a new era
While other teams have expanded, Roush Fenway Racing will field two cars for the first time since 1995.
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NASCAR America: Brother battles: Ty, Austin Dillon reflect on rivalry
Ty Dillon says "Were brothers first, then racing comes."
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NASCAR America: Drivers share excitement over race, point format changes
NASCAR America talked to many drivers to find out what's got them excited about NASCAR's 2017 enhancements.
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NASCAR America: Letarte: ‘I already have heartburn’ about stage cautions
NASCAR America's analysts discuss how fluid the length of stages will be through the season.
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Almirola, Elliott and others talk stage strategies
Chase Elliott, Trevor Bayne, and other drivers share what they believe are the most powerful strategies.
Dillon vs. Dillon: Ty and Austin face off in 2017
For the first time ever, brothers Ty and Austin Dillon will be competing full time in the same series. The two sit down to preview the season ahead and what they hope to gain from racing one another.
Will Bayne or Stenhouse Jr. win a race in 2017?
Roush Fenway Racing has not won a Cup series race since 2014 and it will be up to Trevor Bayne and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. to get the storied franchise back into victory lane. However, it's going to be an...
Knaus shares how Evernham influenced his success
Chad Knaus tells Nate Ryan how Ray Evernham influenced his seven championships with Jimmie Johnson.
Can Hendrick drivers be more consistent in 2017?
Jimmie Johnson winning the NASCAR championship covered up a lot of flaws from Handrick Motorsports in 2016. As a result, all four drivers must be more consistent in 2017, especially with the new rules.
Dale Jr. teammates 'excited' to have him back
Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, and Chase Elliott share their excitement for Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s return to the track.
NASCAR enhancements to be fluid throughout season
Dale Jarrett and Steve Letarte discuss the challenges regarding the 2017 format enhancements and why NASCAR hopes to keep the changes flexible during the season.
Racing in regular season ramped up under new rules
Drivers and the NASCAR America crew all agree that the new NASCAR rules will lead to better competition in the regular season as drivers try to accumulate as many points as possible.
GMS Racing fielding fourth ‘All-Star truck,’ Spencer Gallagher, Chase Elliott begin season
Spencer Gallagher will drive the No. 23 truck at Daytona and Chase Elliott will take over for the race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Steve Letarte on enhancements, Chad Knaus interview
The runup to the start of the 2017 NASCAR season continues with another 90-minute episode of NASCAR America today, beginning at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Carolyn Manno hosts with Dale Jarrett in Stamford,...
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NASCAR on NBC podcast: Chad Knaus
Jimmie Johnson’s crew chief for all seven championships joins the NASCAR on NBC podcast.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd to rock before Coca-Cola 600 gets rolling at Charlotte
If you're at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 28, get ready to rock before the Coca-Cola 600 rolls.
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NASCAR America: How will expansion impact Furniture Row Racing?
Kyle Petty and Dale Jarrett discuss what the addition of Erik Jones will do for Furniture Row Racing.
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Denny Hamlin to honor J.D. Gibbs during Daytona 500
Denny Hamlin has something very special in mind to honor his friend and the man who discovered him as a racer, J.D. Gibbs.
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Allgaier, Annett reunite at JR Motorsports
Justin Allgaier and Michael Annett are teammates for the second time in their NASCAR careers.
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NASCAR America: What does Denny Hamlin need to do in 2017?
Denny Hamlin enters his 12th full-time season in the Cup Series still looking for his first NASCAR title
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NASCAR America: How will Daniel Suarez handle pressures of the Cup Series?
Daniel Suarez will make his Cup Series debut this weekend at Daytona International Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Drivers react to Carl Edwards’ departure from sport
The NASCAR season begins this weekend without Carl Edwards behind the wheel of a car.
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Joey Gase returning to Xfinity Series full-time with Jimmy Means Racing
In addition to his three Cup Series starts with BK Racing, Joey Gase will compete in his fourth full-time season in Xfinity.
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Bump and Run: Most overlooked drivers
NBCSports.com takes a look at who could be the most overlooked drivers of the upcoming NASCAR season.
Will Furniture Row's expansion affect the team?
With the expansion of Furniture Row Racing to two cars, how will expectations for the team change heading into the new NASCAR season?
Stewart-Haas Racing's move to Ford should help
Stewart-Haas Racing recently made a move from Chevrolet as a manufacturer to Ford, but does this shift help them from a competitive standpoint in the future?
What can Hamlin do to win NASCAR championship?
Defending Daytona 500 champion Denny Hamlin is the longest tenured racer at Joe Gibbs to never win a NASCAR championship. What are his title chances this year?
Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Richard Petty is ‘just looking out for me’
Dale Earnhardt Jr. responded to Richard Petty's comment that Petty was "disappointed" Earnhardt didn't retire following his concussion.
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Can Suarez handle the pressure racing full-time?
Daniel Suarez was chosen by Joe Gibbs Racing to replace Carl Edwards, but can he handle the pressure of racing full-time in the Cup series?
Carl Edwards steps away from full-time racing
Since bursting onto the scene in 2004, Carl Edwards compiled 28 Cup wins and left a mark on the NASCAR world. Edwards discusses why he decided to walk away from the sport he loves.
NASCAR drivers offer Keselowski marriage advice
After Brad Keselowski married Paige White on Valentines Day weekend, his NASCAR peers offered him some great marriage advice.
NASCAR drivers excited for new racing enhancements
NASCAR drivers discuss their excitement for the racing enhancements added this year and why the season will be more competitive than ever.
Watch NASCAR America live at 5:30 pm ET: Valentine’s stories, team previews, Dale Jr.
NASCAR drivers relate some of their best -- and worst -- Valentine's Day stories on today's NASCAR America.
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NHRA star Courtney Force to drive pace car in NASCAR Clash
Courtney Force is used to straight-line racing. Saturday, she'll drive the high banks of Daytona International Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Hendrick drivers excited for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s return
After Earnhardt missed 18 races due to a concussion, Hendrick Motorsports will have all four of its full-time drivers back on track.
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NASCAR America: Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s peers reflect on his lost season
Danica Patrick, Jamie McMurray and others share their thoughts on what they took away from Earnhardt's absence from the track.
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Bump & Run: Don’t overlook these drivers
Dale Jarrett, Kyle Petty, Nate Ryan and Dustin Long each offer a driver not to overlook and handicap the rookie race.
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Charges against men accused in Mike Wallace attack are dismissed
Charges against the three men accused of attacking NASCAR driver Mike Wallace and his daughter have been dismissed.
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Danica Patrick gains new ‘lead sponsor’ in Aspen Dental
Stewart-Haas Racing driver will have the company as primary sponsor for the Daytona 500 and a 'double-digit slate of races.'
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TV personality Ty Pennington to serve as Atlanta Cup race grand marshal
TV personality Ty Pennington returns home to serve as grand marshal at Atlanta Motor Speedway for the March 5 NASCAR Cup race.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr'.s road to a new season
After Dale Earnhadt Jr.'s emotional past year away from racing, he discusses the ups and downs of the year and his expectations for this new season.
NASCAR drivers reflect on Dale Jr.'s concussion
Dale Earnhardt Jr. missed most of last season due to a concussion he suffered in an accident. Danica Patrick, Jamie McMurray and Darrel Wallace Jr. discuss Junior's lost season.
Dale Jr.'s teammates excited to have him back
Chase Elliott and Jimmie Johnson explain why they can't wait to welcome Dale Earnhardt Jr. back to the track for the 2017 season.
Kligerman: NASCAR teams blowing money on an idea whose time has gone with the wind
In his latest column, the NBCSN analyst and NASCAR driver makes the case for eliminating the use of wind tunnels.
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NASCAR America: Are Clint Bowyer and Danica Patrick on the hot seat in 2017? (video)
NASCAR On NBC analyst says Danica Patrick and Clint Bowyer may be on the hot seat in 2017.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jarrett still shocked by Carl Edwards’ decision to quit racing (video)
More than a month later, Dale Jarrett remains shocked at Carl Edwards' decision to step away from racing.
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NASCAR America: How Dale Jr. must rebuild confidence about his health (video)
How will Dale Earnhardt Jr. rebuild confidence in his health after last year's concussion issues?
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NASCAR America: How drivers, Dale Jarrett see 2017 enhancements (video)
Dale Jarrett says the 2017 enhancements may be more than the drivers anticipate.
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NASCAR revises Cup weekend schedules, restores track time for teams
NASCAR is making practice time for Cup teams more closely mirror last year instead of reducing those sessions.
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Bowyer, Patrick enter the season on the hot seat
Clint Bowyer may be taking over for Tony Stewart, but that doesn't keep him and teammate Danica Patrick off of Jeff Burton's short list of drivers on the hot seat.
Jarrett 'shocked' by Edwards' decision
Dale Jarrett offers his reactions to Carl Edwards' shocking decision to step away from racing.
Dale Jr. must 'rebuild' confidence about health
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s time away from the track helped shed a light on the health issues associated with concussions, but it also took a toll on the veteran driver.
What to expect from NASCAR's format enhancements
Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano and Jimmie Johnson are just some of the drivers to weigh in on NASCAR's recent format enhancements. Dale Jarrett believes there's more to the changes than what the drivers...
Breaking down NASCAR's format enhancements
The NASCAR America crew takes a closer look at NASCAR's format enhancements. Jeff Burton discusses the goal of making racing more fun to watch and giving drivers incentive all the way through the season.
If Dale Jr. wins Daytona 500, Chicagoland race ticket holders get refund
Chicagoland Speedway has a unique promotion if Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins the 2017 Daytona 500.
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New season for NASCAR America begins today live at 6 pm ET: Dale Jr.’s return, 2017 enhancements
NASCAR America is back. Tune in today at 6 p.m. ET as we discuss Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s return and new enhancements for 2017.
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Racer/activist Leilani Munter to promote veganism in ARCA season opener
Free vegan food will be available for fans during Speedweeks at Daytona.
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Mario Andretti named honorary race official for Daytona 500
Honor comes on the 50th anniversary of his 1967 Daytona 500 victory.
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Dover adding more SAFER barrier
Once construction is complete, all of Dover International Speedway's outside walls will have SAFER barriers.
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Who is the driver to watch? NASCAR America analysts have their say
Austin Dillon, Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Larson are among the drivers NASCAR America's analysts will watch closely.
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Joey Gase joins the ranks of engaged NASCAR drivers
Joey Gase, who will make his Daytona 500 debut this month, proposed to his girlfriend Caitlin Himmelsbach.
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Alliance brought success and mistrust: ‘There were times teams thought we were fibbing’
During the latest NASCAR on NBC podcast, Rodney Childers recalled the ups and downs of Stewart-Haas Racing's alliance with Hendrick Motorsports.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. visits Ryan Newman’s Rescue Ranch
Dale Earnhardt Jr. spent the last Saturday of his offseason getting in touch with nature.
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Tony Stewart ‘reconsidering’ competing in sprint car series he owns
The retired NASCAR champion withdrew from a sprint car event in Ocala, Florida, Saturday night.
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NASCAR America: Drivers share Valentine’s Day war stories
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers get grilled on their best and worst Valentine's Day stories.
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Brad Keselowski marries Paige White
Brad Keselowski is the third Cup Series driver to tie the knot this offseason.
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Groundbreaking commences Phoenix Raceway renovation
IndyCar driver Helio Castroneves helped start the $178 million renovation project.
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Daniel Suarez: ‘Everything has been happening very fast’
It's been a whirlwind two months for Daniel Suarez, who is replacing Carl Edwards in the No. 19 car at Joe Gibbs Racing.
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Parker Kligerman joins Henderson Motorsports for part-time Truck schedule
The NASCAR on NBC analyst will compete on speedways while Caleb Holman will take short tracks.
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Erik Jones knows his Michigan history — well, most of it
Erik Jones knows his state (Michigan) pretty well.
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Byron, Custer, Gallagher wrap up two-day Xfinity test at Atlanta
Rookies Cole Custer, William Byron and Spencer Gallagher get a feel for Xfinity Series racing in Atlanta test.
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NASCAR Next’s Spencer Davis to drive seven ARCA races for Venturini Motorsports
NASCAR Next driver Spencer Davis will make his ARCA debut in May at Talladega Superspeedway.
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Stars offer advice for 2017 NASCAR Cup rookie class
Stars like Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin offer advice to this year's NASCAR Cup rookie class.
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Drivers’ excitement grows as enhanced format debut draws near (video)
"We want to put on the greatest event we can for the race fans," Denny Hamlin says of the new enhanced format in NASCAR Cup.
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Stage lengths revealed for more Cup races
Stage lengths known for Cup races at six tracks.
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Johnson, Logano describe new NASCAR format
Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano and other Cup contenders discuss the new changes to NASCAR's regular season.
Tony Stewart makes return to sprint car racing
Tony Stewart will be back in a sprint car Friday and Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park in Florida.
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NASCAR America analysts discuss key storylines
Steve Letarte, Kyle Petty, Jeff Burton, Dale Jarrett and Parker Kligerman discuss what they're looking forward to this year.
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Allgaier puts missed chances behind him ahead of season
Justin Allgaier enters his second season with JR Motorsports in the Xfinity Series.
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Keanu Reeves to portray NASCAR driver in upcoming ‘Rally Car’
Keanu Reeves will play a "self-centered" NASCAR driver in a movie from the director of "Taken 2" and "Taken 3."
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Harvick, Childers know how to push each other
In the new NASCAR on NBC podcast, crew chief Rodney Childers explains how his team has thick skin on all sides.
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Mark Martin returning to track in July with Super Late Model race in Canada
Mark Martin will make his first start in a race since the 2013 Cup finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Drivers offer marriage advice to one of their own
Get a peak at this feature that will air on NASCAR America, which returns at 6 p.m. ET Feb. 13 on NBCSN.
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Steve Letarte creates site to help those looking for work in auto racing
The NASCAR on NBC analyst debuts the site RacingJobs.com
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How may Daniel Suarez fare in first Cup season? NASCAR America explores that issue
NASCAR America, which returns Feb. 13, will discuss this and other topics.
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Petty: Dale Jr. shouldn’t resume racing due to risk
Richard Petty said on FS1's Race Hub he's 'a little disappointed' Dale Earnhardt Jr. is returning to racing after his concussion.
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Regan Smith to drive select Truck races for Ricky Benton Racing
Regan Smith is scheduled to drive about 10 races for the team.
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Logano: Drivers Council lobbied for traveling safety team
The Team Penske driver is pleased that Cup drivers will have consistently familiar faces greeting them at crash scenes.
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Daniel Suarez thrust into spotlight at JGR
How will Daniel Suarez fare during his first, full-time season in the Cup Series? The discussion begins when NASCAR America returns on Monday, February 13 at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
Q&A: NASCAR’s new limits on crash repairs
Breaking down the key issues in NASCAR's new rule.
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1990 Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope to run limited 2017 Cup schedule
1990 Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope will run a limited NASCAR Cup schedule for Premium Motorsports in 2017.
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How have NASCAR drivers fared on Valentine's Day?
When it comes to being romantic, which drivers thrive on Valentine's Day and which drivers have work to do? Find out when NASCAR America returns on Monday, February 13 at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC...
NASCAR drivers react to Keselowski's engagement
Brad Keselowski proposed to Paige White in December. How will it change him on and off the track? Find out when NASCAR America returns on Monday, February 13 at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
Sport Clips to sponsor Erik Jones for four Cup races, Denny Hamlin for two
Sport Clips to sponsor Erik Jones for four NASCAR Cup races, Denny Hamlin for two other Cup races.
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Dash4Cash returns to Xfinity Series; Phoenix replaces Indianapolis
Heat races have been eliminated. Four Dash4Cash drivers will be determined by finish in the first two stages of the race.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 63: Rodney Childers says intentionally going slow was wrong move
The championship-winning crew chief for Kevin Harvick on his team’s switch to Ford, why Stewart-Haas Racing’s partnership with Hendrick Motorsports ran its course, how he pushes Harvick’s button and his...
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NASCAR unveils lengths of stages for Daytona
NASCAR announced Wednesday the lengths of the three stages in each of the upcoming races at Daytona International Speedway. For the Feb. 26 Daytona 500, the first two stages will be 60 laps each: Laps 1-60...
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NASCAR adding traveling safety team
NASCAR partners with AMR for it to provide a doctor and paramedic to respond to on-track incidents.
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Stage lengths announced for Watkins Glen, Pocono races
Stage lengths for NASCAR Cup and Xfinity races this season have been announced by Watkins Glen International and Pocono Raceway.
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Kentucky Speedway to celebrate Richard Petty’s 80th birthday — and you’re invited
Fans are invited to help Richard Petty celebrate his 80th birthday July 8 at Kentucky Speedway.
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Jeff Gordon will be eligible to be voted into NASCAR Hall of Fame next year
The four-time Cup series champion ran eight races in 2016, casting his status for 2019 enshrinement in doubt.
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Doug Yates open-minded if NASCAR Cup Series qualified and raced on same day
Engine builder Doug Yates is keeping an open mind if the Cup Series qualifies and races on the same day.
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Tony Stewart Foundation’s Team One Cure to support Indy 500 entry
Third SPM entry will feature Stewart's foundation in the Indianapolis 500 field.
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Racing serves as motivation in Robert Yates’ cancer fight
Former NASCAR team owner Robert Yates uses racing as motivation during his cancer fight
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