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Despite crash, Elliott Sadler maintains lead in Xfinity points standings after Charlotte
JR Motorsports drivers occupy the top three spots in the rankings.
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Xfinity Series results and statistics from Charlotte Motor Speedway
Ryan Blaney won on a late pass of Kevin Harvick.
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Justin Allgaier wins pole for Charlotte Xfinity race
Justin Allgaier and Austin Dillon will start on the front row of the Hisense 4K TV 300.
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Ryan Blaney leads second Coke 600 practice
Ryan Blaney led Erik Jones and Martin Truex Jr. in the first of two Saturday practice sessions.
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Eight teams lose 15 minutes of Coke 600 practice for failing pre-qualifying inspection
Chris Buescher loses 15 minutes of practice and pit selection for failing inspection three times.
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NASCAR America: How much risk should drivers take in the Coca-Cola 600?
What kind of risk vs. reward will there be in Sunday's Cup race?
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NASCAR America: Key storylines going into Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600
For the first time, this year's Coke 600 will have four race stages.
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Today’s Xfinity race at Charlotte: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the details for the the Hisense 4K TV 300.
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Today’s schedule at Charlotte: Cup practice, Xfinity qualifying and race
Denny Hamlin is the defending winner of the Hisense 4K TV 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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My Home Track: North Carolina’s Caraway Speedway (video)
Kyle Petty shares memories of one of his favorite short tracks, Caraway Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Steve Letarte reflects on mentor Ray Evernham’s Hall of Fame selection
Steve Letarte pays tribute to his mentor, soon-to-be NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee Ray Evernham
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NASCAR America: Analysts’ rituals for Monaco Grand Prix, Indy 500, Coca-Cola 600
From milk, to an adult beverage to unabashedly wearing a onesie, our analysts share their pre-race rituals for Sunday.
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NASCAR America: Mental fatigue, endurance are big challenges for drivers in Coca-Cola 600
The keys to success in the Coca-Cola 600 are which driver is able to overcome mental fatigue and endurance.
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NASCAR America: Legendary announcer Ken Squier gets you ready for Sunday’s big day of racing
Three of the biggest races of the year take place Sunday.
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Importance of racing on Memorial Day
The F1 Monaco Grand Prix, Indy 500 and Coca-Cola 600 are all happening on Memorial Day, so how do our analysts prepare for a racing fan's Christmas morning? Steve Letarte, Kyle Petty and Parker Kligerman...
Newman's inspiring interaction with service member
NASCAR's Ryan Newman explains how one life-changing interaction with a service member at the NASCAR Hall of Fame altered his perspective.
Coca-Cola 600: Biggest storylines from Charlotte
Dave Burns recaps the biggest stories from Charlotte, including how temps will impact track surface, and why Kyle Busch may edge Kevin Harvick.
Endurance key to winning Coca-Cola 600
The Coca-Cola 600 is the longest race of the NASCAR season, which means drivers will need to take a different approach.
Ken Squier is the voice of NASCAR
The legendary Ken Squier was the voice of NASCAR for decades and even after so many years, his voice is still the first sound many fans think of.
My Home Track: North Carolina
The Tar Heel state has produced more NASCAR Cup champions than any other. Kyle Petty shares his favorite memories from Caraway Speedway.
Monaco GP, Indy 500, Coke 600 highlight weekend
The Monaco GP, Indy 500 and Coca-Cola 600 highlight a great Memorial Day weekend and newly-elected NASCAR HOFer Ken Squier gets you ready.
Mental fatigue biggest challenge with Coke 600
Mental fatigue is one of the biggest challenges for drivers in the Coca-Cola 600 because it lasts more than four hours.
Coca-Cola 600: How much risk can drivers take?
Parker Kligerman jumps into the iRacing simulator and shows the greatest strategies to employ at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, especially with the traction compound up top.
Ray Evernham a NASCAR 'innovator'
Ray Evernham, a member of the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class, was an innovator, leader, mentor, and team owner.
Newman expands Rescue Ranch family playground
Ryan Newman and his wife, Krissie, have a Rescue Ranch that promotes respect for all animals. The ranch has recently added a playground that is suitable for special needs children.
Stewart-Haas Racing, Nature’s Bakery reach settlement that includes sponsorship
Nature's Bakery will serve as the primary sponsor in four races this year split between Clint Bowyer and Danica Patrick.
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Earnhardt Family Playground provides special place at Rescue Ranch
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kelly Earnhardt Miller and Kerry Earnhardt were on hand for the dedication Friday.
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Chevrolet to unveil new Cup car in August
SS is in its final season as Chevrolet's car in the Cup Series.
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Kligerman: Racing’s top series should smoke ’em if they got ’em
How a collaborative approach to building audience for auto racing could be modeled after the Las Vegas Strip.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Brennan Poole on his love of ‘Star Wars’ and owning an A.J. Foyt truck
Find out why Brennan Poole once named a race car after the movie "Pretty Woman."
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Piece by piece: Christopher Bell rebuilt midget car in his house
Christopher Bell's solution took only three hours.
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My Home Track: Bodine brothers played key role in Chemung Speedrome lore
The Chemung Speedrome opened in 1951, closed in 1978 and was reopened after major renovations in 2000. It continues to operate today.
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NASCAR America: NASCAR’s stars hit the track for the ‘Little 600’ (video)
The Little 600 is a prelude to the longest race of the year, the Coca-Cola 600.
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Coca-Cola 600 starting lineup
Kevin Harvick will seek his third Coca-Cola 600 win from the pole Sunday.
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Slugger Labbe: How do crew chiefs prepare for grueling Coca-Cola 600? (video)
With 4 new stages added, Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 will test crew chiefs' strategy.
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NASCAR: Remembering Martin Truex Jr.’s dominating 2016 Coca-Cola 600 win
Martin Truex led all but 8 laps in last year's Coca-Cola 600.
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Kevin Harvick wins pole for Coca-Cola 600
Kevin Harvick's pole at Charlotte is his third of the season and his most since 2014.
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Slugger Labbe reacts to 2018 NASCAR Hall class; worked with 4 of 5 inductees
Slugger Labbe worked with four of the inductees named to the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class.
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William Byron leads final Xfinity practice at Charlotte
William Byron led Christopher Bell and Brandon Jones in the final session at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Will Kyle Busch return to victory lane at Charlotte? (video)
Kyle Busch has yet to win a points-paying race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, a track that has vexed him throughout his NASCAR Cup career.
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Remembering Truex's dominating 2016 Coca-Cola 600
Martin Truex Jr. turned last year's Coca-Cola 600 into a one man show, leading the field for 392 of 400 laps. Look back at his record-setting win.
How NASCAR crew chiefs prepare for Coca-Cola 600
Slugger Labbe walks us through the preparation crew chiefs go through in order to properly prepare for the Coca-Cola 600 as well as the positives and negatives of the Laser Inspection Station.
NASCAR's stars hit the track for the Little 600
Joey Logano, Darrell Wallace Jr. and other NASCAR drivers head to the GoPro Motorplex in North Carolina for the Little 600.
Slugger Labbe reacts to Hall of Fame class of 2018
Former Richard Childress crew chief Slugger Labbe reacts to the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame induction class. Labbe considers himself "fortunate" to have worked with four of the inductees.
Charlotte Motor Speedway traction concerns
Charlotte Motor Speedway is being treated with the same traction compound as Bristol, but unlike Bristol, Charlotte's upper groove is being treated, which heightens potential wall contact.
Ron Hornaday Jr.’s HOF election aided Jimmie Johnson
Jimmie Johnson spoke on Ron Hornaday Jr.'s behalf before the vote for the 2018 Hall of Fame class.
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My Home Track: New York
Kyle Petty discusses the importance of the Bodine brothers and the Chemung Speedrome in New York's racing history.
Will Kyle Busch rebound at Charlotte?
Kyle Busch has struggled in his career at Charlotte and Kyle Petty wonders if Busch will be able to figure out how to solve his issues at the Coca-Cola 600.
Ryan Blaney leads first Xfinity Series practice at Charlotte
Ryan Blaney topped Brennan Poole and Denny Hamlin in the first of two practice sessions.
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NASCAR America at 5 p.m. ET: Coke 600 preview
Former Richard Childress Racing crew chief Slugger Labbe joins the show.
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Traction compound has drivers curious at Charlotte
Charlotte Motor Speedway added the traction compound at Bristol to the upper groove in each of the corners.
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Erik Jones leads first Coca-Cola 600 practice
Erik Jones led Kevin Harvick and Kyle Larson in the first practice for Sundays race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Ford chooses Sebastien Bourdais replacement for Le Mans (and it isn’t Tony Stewart . . . yet)
Ford Performance director Dave Pericak says the new co-driver will be announced soon.
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NASCAR suspends Camping World Truck crew chief one race
Kevin Bellicourt suspended one Truck race after Justin Haley's truck failed inspection after Charlotte race.
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Stewart-Haas Racing, Nature’s Bakery reach tentative settlement
Nature's Bakery had two years left when it terminated its agreement in January to sponsor Danica Patrick's team.
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Thursday’s schedule for NASCAR Cup, Xfinity at Charlotte
The Xfinity Series has two practices today, while the NASCAR Cup Series has a practice and qualifying.
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Long: Hall of Fame moment is special for father and son
Son Doug Yates relishes his father Robert's selection to the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class.
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Announcer Ken Squier elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame (video)
Ken Squier was a co-founder of the Motor Racing Network and called races on CBS and TBS.
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Four-time Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday Jr. elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame (video)
Ron Hornaday Jr. is the first Camping World Truck Series champion to be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
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Ray Evernham, leader of the ‘Rainbow Warriors,’ elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame (video)
Ray Evernham won three Cup Series titles with Jeff Gordon in the No. 24 Chevrolet in the 1990s.
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Red Byron, NASCAR’s first champion, voted into Hall of Fame (video)
World War II veteran Red Byron won NASCAR's first championship in 1948 in the Modified Division.
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Championship car owner, engine builder Robert Yates voted into NASCAR Hall of Fame (video)
Robert Yates won the 1999 Cup championship with Dale Jarrett and three Daytona 500s.
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Jarrett thrilled Yates' achievements are honored
Dale Jarrett reflects on the impact Robert Yates had on his career and how happy he is that Yates is now in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Red Byron part of NASCAR foundation
Kyle Petty discusses the impact and legacy of one of the pioneers of NASCAR, Red Byron, who was elected into the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Squier: Beyond belief to make NASCAR Hall of Fame
Ken Squier looks back at his announcing career in racing and explains how special it is to be named to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Yates celebrates HOF call with entire family
Robert and Doug Yates look back on the special moment of Robert making the NASCAR Hall of Fame and what it means to their family.
Evernham: Humbling feeling to make Hall of Fame
Ray Evernham shares his excitement over making the NASCAR Hall of Fame and discusses how thankful he is for the people he looked up to in the sport that helped him along the way.
Hornaday Jr. says he's part of 'special' HOF class
Ron Hornaday reflects on finding out he had made the NASCAR Hall of Fame and talks about his memories in the sport and the rest of the HOF class.
Ron Hornaday Jr. elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame
Ron Hornaday Jr., a four-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion and winner of 51 Truck races, will join the Hall of Fame.
Ken Squier elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame
Ken Squier, legendary radio and television broadcaster and namesake for Squier-Hall Award for NASCAR Media Excellence, is joining the Hall of Fame.
Ray Evernham elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame
Ray Evernham was most widely known as a three-time NASCAR premier series championship crew chief with Jeff Gordon, leading to the Hall of Fame.
Red Byron elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame
Red Byron will forever be known as NASCAR's first premier series champion from his title back in 1949, gaining him entry into the Hall of Fame.
Robert Yates elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame
Having won NASCAR 's premier series championship as both an engine builder and owner, Robert Yates is joining the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class: Yates, Byron, Evernham, Squier and Hornaday Jr.
The ninth class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame was announced Wednesday night in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Jim France named 2018 Landmark Award winner
Jim France, the executive vice president of NASCAR and son of NASCAR founder Bill France Sr., was named the 2018 Landmark Award winner at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Nate Ryan’s ballot for the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class
The five names who received votes from NBC Sports' digital representative.
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Regan Smith will drive No. 43 in Coke 600 for injured Aric Almirola
Regan Smith will make his first start in a Cup points race this year driving the No. 43 U.S. Air Force Ford.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN: 2018 Hall of Fame class named
Find out who made the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame induction class on today's NASCAR America.
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Kevin Harvick: Truck Series schedule ‘makes me mad’
Kevin Harvick, a 14-time Truck winner, believes the Truck Series schedule needs to be tailored to reach grassroots fans.
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Indy President: Indianapolis and NASCAR are ‘about the oval’
IMS executive confirms talking with NASCAR about using the road course instead of the oval.
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F1 driver Jenson Button may have NASCAR on radar
Jenson Button would like to enter a NASCAR event in the future after enjoying a visit to March’s Auto Club 400 at Fontana, but has no interest in following former McLaren Formula 1 teammate Fernando Alonso...
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Charlotte weekend schedule: NASCAR Cup, Xfinity action
Dale Earnhardt Jr. looks to earn his first career 600 and Cup win at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Long: 2018 schedule provides big test for one track; other musings on changes
Richmond International Raceway's changes raise significant questions.
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NASCAR America: Slugger Labbe says why he left Richard Childress Racing (video)
Slugger Labbe said he is already talking to other racing organizations about a new job.
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My Home Tracks: New Mexico’s the Land of Enchantment and home of Cardinal Speedway
There's some great racing in New Mexico's Cardinal Speedway
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2018 NASCAR schedule changes: EVP Steve O’Donnell breaks it down (video)
There's lots of changes on the horizon for 2018 in NASCAR Cup.
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Biffle compares own experience to Almirola crash
Greg Biffle recalls wrecks that stood out during his NASCAR career that would compare to what Aric Almirola went through at Kansas.
My Home Track: New Mexico's Cardinal Speedway
Get to know more about New Mexico's Cardinal Speedway, a track that operates solely on sponsorships and hosts the Kelly Sheen Memorial Shootout every year.
Fernando Alonso, Alexander Rossi on NASCAR America
Defending Indy 500 champion Alexander Rossi and F1 star Fernando Alonso assess their chances for the Indy 500 over Memorial Day weekend.
Slugger Labbe leaves Richard Childress Racing
Justin Alexander will take over as the crew chief to Austin Dillon in the Cup Series due to Slugger Labbe's departure. What will it mean moving forward?
NASCAR EVP O'Donnell breaks down 2018 schedule
NASCAR EVP Steve O'Donnell joins NASCAR America to discuss the schedule changes in 2018, including running a road race at Charlotte and having Indy be the final race before the playoffs.
Tony Stewart pulled over by state trooper, but it’s not for speeding
Tony Stewart was stopped by a traffic cop -- but it wasn't for speeding.
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All-Star Race will remain at Charlotte in 2018
NASCAR official says focus on schedule turns to 2019.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: 2018 NASCAR schedule revealed, Slugger Labbe
The 2018 NASCAR schedule is out and shows a number of changes. Find out more on NASCAR America.
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NASCAR announces 2018 schedules for Cup, Xfinity, Camping World Trucks
NASCAR season will again begin in Daytona and end in Miami for its three national series.
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Charlotte Motor Speedway road course to end first round of 2018 playoffs
The track will swap places with Dover International Speedway, which will open the second round in 2018.
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Chicagoland 2018 race to shift from NASCAR Cup playoff opener to early July
Chicagoland Speedway will return to its original July roots on the NASCAR schedule in 2018.
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Las Vegas, Richmond part of 2018 playoff schedule; Indy moves to cutoff race
Two short tracks and a road course will be among the 10 tracks in the playoffs.
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Bump & Run: Should some Cup races have more points than others?
Parker Kligerman, Steve Letarte, Nate Ryan and Dustin Long debate who will be next among winless drivers to win.
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Charlotte to treat upper groove with same traction compound Bristol used
Move comes after criticism of All-Star Race, which had three lead changes in 70 laps.
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NASCAR to honor military members at Charlotte
Front windshields of each Cup car in the Coca-Cola 600 will carry the name of a fallen military service member.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s playoff chances may rely on if he can win a race
Car owner Rick Hendrick says of Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s playoff hopes: 'I think we’ve got to win now.'
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NASCAR America: Kyle Busch, crew chief discuss their first All-Star Race win
It took until his 12th try for Kyle Busch to win the Monster Energy All-Star Race.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: New Jersey
NASCAR America is joined by NASCAR Hall of Fame nominee Ray Evernham to discuss Wall Stadium Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Aric Almirola recounts Kansas crash that caused back injury
Aric Almirola spoke with NASCAR America about the violent crash that will force him to miss eight to 12 weeks of racing.
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Almirola on painful injury: It took my breath away
Aric Almirola relives his horrifying crash at Kansas that left him with a fractured back.
My Home Track: New Jersey's Wall Stadium Speedway
Learn about the history of New Jersey's Wall Stadium Speedway with today's My Home Track feature.
Aric Almirola facing long road back
After Aric Almirola was diagnosed with a compression fracture to his T5 vertebra, he was given an 8-12 week recovery timetable.
Ryan Blaney to drive Kyle Petty’s 1987 paint scheme in Southern 500
Ryan Blaney will use the paint scheme Kyle Petty had when he won the 1987 Coca-Cola 600.
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Ryan Blaney reveals Darlington paint scheme
Ryan Blaney walks the NASCAR America team through the paint scheme for Darlington on the Wood Brothers' No. 21.
See the characters NASCAR drivers will voice in ‘Cars 3’
Chase Elliott, Darrell Wallace Jr., Ryan Blaney and Daniel Suarez voice characters in the Pixar movie that comes out June 16.
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Blaney, Kligerman, Petty All-Star Race changes
Ryan Blaney and the NASCAR America analysts come up with some fun ways to change the All-Star Race in order to better appeal to the hardcore and casual fans.
Kyle Busch, Adam Stevens proud of All-Star win
Kyle Busch explains how he and his team came out on top in the All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: All-Star Race recap, Ryan Blaney reveals Darlington paint scheme
Ryan Blaney joins the show today to reveal what he'll be driving in the Southern 500.
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NASCAR’s entry lists for Coke 600, Xfinity race at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Forty-one cars are on the entry list for the Coca-Cola 600, the longest race of the year for the Cup Series.
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Why the outcry over the All-Star Race location now?
Musings on what prompted the tidal wave of dissent after this NASCAR All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR drivers mourn death of Nicky Hayden
NASCAR drivers used social media to share their thoughts on the passing of the MotoGP champion at the age of 35.
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Crew chief explains order for Kyle Busch doughnuts
Adam Stevens made the request after Kyle Busch won Saturday night's All-Star Race.
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Slugger Labbe exits Richard Childress Racing as Austin Dillon gets crew chief Justin Alexander
Team promotes from Xfinity Series team, which adds Randall Burnett.
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Red Horse Racing suspends operations
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team lays off 30 employees and both its drivers.
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NASCAR executive defends rules package after lackluster All-Star Race
NASCAR executive Steve O'Donnell also discussed the future of the option tire and the splitter on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
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Dale Jr. gives last rites to Danica Patrick’s ‘Wonder Woman’ car
Dale Earnhardt Jr. adds yet another car to the celebrated 'graveyard' on his farm.
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Kyle Busch still seeks points-paying Cup win at Charlotte
Even though he won Saturday's All-Star Race, Kyle Busch still has yet to win a points race at Charlotte.
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Burton: Time to move All-Star Race to hard racing roots
Jeff Burton writes that South Boston Speedway or a short track just like it would be the perfect location to hold a showcase event for NASCAR.
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Sentiment grows for more changes to All-Star race
Drivers are becoming vocal on what more can be done for this event.
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‘You never know’: Kyle Larson goes all out to finish second in All-Star Race
Kyle Larson made a crowd-pleasing move to finish second in the Monster Energy All-Star Race.
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NASCAR counters Brad Keselowski comment about ‘made up’ tire rule
NASCAR said entry blank clearly stated rule.
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Dale Jr. apologizes for All-Star finish, endorses Bowman to replace him in 88
Dale Earnhardt Jr. took to Periscope to apologize to his fans for his dismal performance in Saturday's All-Star Race.
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What Drivers Said after All-Star Race
Drivers had much to say about Saturday night's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Kyle Larson finishes runner-up in All-Star Race
Kyle Larson says the difference between first and second in the All-Star race at Charlotte came down to his team's performance on pit road.
Kyle Busch wins NASCAR All-Star race at Charlotte
Kyle Busch won his first career NASCAR All-Star race at Charlotte to take home the $1 million prize.
Results, stats for the Monster Energy All-Star Race won by Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch outran Kyle Larson and Jimmie Johnson to win his first All-Star Race in his 12th start.
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Kyle Busch finally wins Cup race at Charlotte
Kyle Busch explains why winning at Charlotte is so special and says he is relieved, elated, proud, and excited all at the same time.
Kyle Busch wins first NASCAR All-Star Race at Charlotte and $1 million
Kyle Busch finally breaks through and earns his first career Cup win at Charlotte.
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Elliott, Suarez combine for thrilling racing
During NASCAR's All-Star festivities at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Chase Elliott and Daniel Suarez delight fans with a fantastic duel.
Bowyer, Blaney, Suarez win in Monster Energy Open to advance to All-Star Race, Elliott wins Fan Vote
Clint Bowyer, Ryan Blaney and Daniel Suarez advanced to the All-Star Race via stage wins as Chase Elliott won the fan vote
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Crew chiefs face many questions with tire options for All-Star Race
Teams will have three sets of regular tires and one option set for tonight's race.
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Vikings’ Kyle Rudolph, Redskins’ DeAngelo Williams among celebrities at All-Star Race
Kyle Rudolph, tight end for the Vikings, was a guest of the Kyle Larson and Chip Ganassi Racing.
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Clint Bowyer wins pole for Monster Energy Open
Twenty-four cars will vie for the final spots in the All-Star Race.
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Staff picks for All-Star Race
Here is a look at who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win tonight's race.
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Check out all the special rules for All-Star Race
Teams can work on their cars during a red flag and no crash clock tonight are among the special rules.
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Information for Saturday's All-Star Race at Charlotte
All the pertinent details, including the special rules, for tonight's race.
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Johnny Sauter remains Truck points leader after Charlotte
Johnny Sauter has a 15-point lead on Christopher Bell.
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Results of Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte
Kyle Busch collects his 48th career series win.
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Kyle Busch wins Truck Series race at Charlotte
Kyle Busch led 90 laps and swept all three stages for the second race in a row.
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Starting lineup for All-Star Race
Kyle Larson will lead the field to green. Four spots will be set Saturday.
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Ernie Cope takes over as crew chief for A.J. Allmendinger
Ernie Cope takes over from Randall Burnett beginning with the Monster Energy All-Star Race.
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Larson: Getting first All-Star pole 'pretty sweet'
Kyle Larson has earned his first All-Star pole position, which he says comes as a surprise. "I wasn't expecting to qualify this good," says Larson.
Kyle Larson edges Kyle Busch for All-Star pole
Kyle Larson nipped Kyle Busch by one-hundredth of a second to win his first Monster Energy All-Star Race pole Friday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. It was Larson’s first attempt at the qualifying...
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Ryan Newman shows off impressive drifting skills
Ryan Newman manages to save his car with some impressive drifting into pit road during his qualifying lap for the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race.
Almirola’s greatest pain is not fulfilling children’s wishes
When Alex and Abby Almirola want to play with their daddy, he can't because of his back injury.
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Christopher Bell wins pole for Charlotte Truck race, third of season
Christopher Bell and Chase Briscoe will start on the front row of the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
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With Aric Almirola out, Regan Smith steps into No. 43
For at least one weekend, Regan Smith returns to the Cup Series in NASCAR's most famous car.
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Erik Jones, Clint Bowyer lead Monster Energy Open practice
Regan Smith was sixth fastest driving the No. 43 Ford of Aric Almirola.
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Kyle Larson fastest in All-Star Race practice in Charlotte
Kyle Larson topped only practice session for Saturday's All-Star Race. Denny Hamlin goes to backup after getting into wall.
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Todd Gilliland lands six-race sponsorship with Pedigree in Truck Series
Todd Gilliland is the defending champion in the K&N Pro Series West, where he has 11 wins in 20 starts.
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Aric Almirola expects to be out 8-12 weeks
Aric Almirola breaks down the big wreck at Kansas Speedway, which resulted in him fracturing his back and explains that he is likely out 8-12 weeks.
Aric Almirola out at least 8-12 weeks with back injury
Aric Almirola suffered a T5 compression fracture in a vertebra last weekend at Kansas Speedway.
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From cap and gown to helmet and firesuit, today will be memorable for Austin Cindric
Austin Cindric will compete in the Camping World Truck Series hours after graduating from high school today.
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NASCAR’s Friday schedule at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Friday includes All-Star Race pole qualifying and a Camping World Truck Series race.
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Noah Gragson paces final Truck practice
Noah Gragson also spun in the final minutes of the session but did not hit anything.
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NASCAR investigation into Aric Almriola crash continues
Aric Almirola will speak to the media Friday.
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Christopher Bell is fastest in first of two Truck practices today at Charlotte
Christopher Bell was the fastest driver in the first of 2 Truck practices Thursday at Charlotte.
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Bubba Wallace, Noah Gragson to race in Short Track U.S. Nationals this weekend at Bristol
Six different racing classes will take to the track at this weekend's Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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After cancer diagnosis, NASCAR, IndyCar to honor John Andretti with #CheckIt4Andretti decals
The decals promoting getting a colonoscopy will be on all cars in the Coke 600 and Indy 500.
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Toyota executive: Low downforce, not new car bodies, root of early season problems
Only two Toyota teams are in the top 10 in the NASCAR Cup points through 11 races this season.
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Kurt Busch to serve as chairman of Motorsports Hall of Fame induction in Daytona
Kurt Busch will serve as honorary chairman of the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America induction.
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Ron Malec, Jimmie Johnson’s car chief, to receive lifetime achievement award
Malec will receive his award Saturday at the Hendrick Motorsports campus.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Blake Koch, from roof cleaner to NASCAR pole winner
Kaulig Racings Blake Koch earned his first Xfinity pole at Talladega after nine years and 189 starts.
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NASCAR’s All-Star weekend schedule at Charlotte Motor Speedway
All the TV and radio info for the the 32nd NASCAR All-Star Race.
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Kligerman: Here’s an All-Star idea — go back to being truly stock and showcase the showroom
The case for running a Camry, Fusion and Malibu on Charlotte Motor Speedway's quarter-mile oval and road course.
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Bruce Hill, 1975 Winston Cup rookie of the year, passes away at 67
Hill made exactly 100 starts in his NASCAR Cup career.
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Scan All: Martin Truex Jr.’s impressive win at Kansas Speedway (video)
Hear the best of Saturday's NASCAR Cup race radio traffic from Kansas Speedway
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Regan Smith will replace Aric Almirola for All-Star Race weekend
Team will announce recovery plan for injured driver Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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Buescher looks for bigger win, and $1 million that comes with it
Chris Buescher has high hopes for Saturday's NASCAR Cup All-Star Race.
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SiriusXM sponsoring Erik Jones for six races, beginning with All-Star weekend
The 21-year-old rookie says this year is the first time he's felt like "a true rookie."
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Scan All: Kansas Speedway
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at all the sights and sounds from Martin Truex Jr.'s win at the Kansas Speedway.
Ryan: The hit parade for Danica Patrick understandably can take its toll
She has endured her share of heavy impacts ... also thoughts on the Aric Almirola photos, fourth-stage outrage and the 2018 schedule.
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Orlando fan gets chance at $1 million if Kevin Harvick wins All-Star Race
If Kevin Harvick wins his second All-Star Race on Saturday, a NASCAR fan will win $1 million from Anheuser-Busch.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 78: Kyle Petty on his Charity Ride
The NASCAR on NBC analyst on some goofy stops he’ll make on his annual charity (the world’s largest ball of twine!), the people he loves to see while seeing America and some observations of when racing...
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NASCAR Next Class for 2017-18 chosen
Nine-member group includes three series champions.
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Stewart-Haas Racing, Nature’s Bakery close to settlement
Stewart-Haas Racing filed a $31 million breach of contract lawsuit against Nature's Bakery in February.
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One Hot Night: 25 years later, memories of All-Star Race ruled by ‘Forces of Darkness’
A look back at when night racing was new by those who were part of the 1992 Winston.
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Rick Hendrick on inspection issues: ‘We’re going to clean our stuff up’
Hendrick Motorsports had three cars fail to make qualifying attempts at Texas and Kansas because of inspection issues.
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Hendrick Motorsports expects to announce sponsor news in next few weeks
Deals with Lowe's and Nationwide are both set to expire after this season.
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Bump & Run: What to do about the All-Star Race?
Is the All-Star Race still necessary? Nate Ryan, Dustin Long, Jerry Bonkowski and Daniel McFadin discuss.
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Entry lists for All-Star events; Truck race at Charlotte
Here are the lists of who is entered for the races this week at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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A simple blister devastated NASCAR artist Sam Bass’s life – but he’s fighting back
NASCAR's first officially licensed artist hopes to rebound after extreme physical and financial hardship.
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Cup rookies in close points battle going into break
Daniel Suarez, Erik Jones and Ty Dillon are neighbors in the Cup Series points standings after 11 races.
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Carl Long’s first Cup race since 2009 was quite an adventure
From issues with his hauler on the way to the track and a decal controversy, Carl Long made it through the Kansas weekend.
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704Games announces ‘NASCAR Heat 2’ for September 2017
Set for release on Sept. 12, fans can vote on which Toyota drivers will compete to be on the cover of "NASCAR Heat 2."
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NASCAR examining what to do about teams failing inspection
Scott Miller, NASCAR senior vice president of competition, says, "We know we can’t keep having those situations come up."
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Kentucky Speedway removes 20,000 grandstand seats
Work was part of Speedway Motorsports Inc. plan to 'repurpose' seating areas at some of its tracks this year.
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NASCAR adds a stage to Coca-Cola 600
Stages will be 100 laps apart for May 28 event.
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Blaney’s back: fourth-place finish at Kansas ends run of bad luck
Blaney broke a three-race streak that saw him finish 33rd or worse.
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After prior misses, Truex earns a strike with Go Bowling 400 win at Kansas
Truex finally broke through for a long-awaited win at Kansas.
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Aric Almirola suffers compression fracture of back in Kansas crash, team says
The Richard Petty Motorsports driver was airlifted to a hospital after a Saturday night crash at Kansas Speedway.
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Social roundup: Aric Almirola’s violent wreck prompts wave of driver concern
Following the Go Bowling 400, Aric Almirola's competitors sent well wishes on social media.
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Brad Keselowski sneaks his way to runner-up finish in Kansas
Brad Keselowski used a series of late restarts to earn his seventh top five of the season.
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