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Johnson exemplifies greatness at Martinsville
Jimmie Johnson has been nearly unstoppable at Martinsville, a testament to his ability and work ethic.
Sorry, Tar Heels: North Carolina-based Truck team is rooting for Gamecocks
Bolen Motorsports will have a University of South Carolina-emblazoned truck at Martinsville Speedway.
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NASCAR fines No. 6 Xfinity Series team crew chief for lug nut violation
Seth Barbour received just a $5,000 fine for a lug nut violation from the Xfinity race at Fontana.
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Schedule for Cup, Trucks this weekend at Martinsville
The Xfinity Series is off this weekend, but the Trucks race for the first time in nearly a month.
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SHR tabs Knost to fill in for Childers as Harvick crew chief
Danile Knost won as a crew chief with Kurt Busch at Martinsville in April 2014.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Daniel Hemric on racing his wife, his ‘Alter ego’ and sleepovers with Dillon brothers
Daniel Hemric is in his rookie season competing for Richard Childress Racing.
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NASCAR America: Racing in Colorado, including Lamar Speedway
We continue our 50 states in 50 shows on NASCAR America. On Wednesday's show, we visited Colorado, home of Furniture Row Racing and also Lamar Speedway.
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NASCAR America: How to navigate Martinsville to win grandfather clock
Here's how to win a coveted grandfather's clock at Martinsville.
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Burton: ‘Fans were cheated’ when Jimmie Johnson chose not to qualify at Fontana
The NASCAR on NBC analyst doesn't want teams to make a practice of skipping qualifying to work on a backup car.
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Team Penske to appeal Phoenix penalty against Keselowski, crew chief Paul Wolfe
Team Penske appeals penalties against Keselowski and crew chief for failed Phoenix post-race inspection.
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How do you navigate Martinsville Speedway?
The grandfather clock awarded to winners at Martinsville has become one of the most sought after prizes in all of NASCAR. So what does a driver need to do to ensure a trip to victory lane? NASCAR America...
My Home Track: Colorado
Get to know the racing history in Colorado, the home of Furniture Row Racing, with a look at Lamar Speedway.
McMurray: Larson's confidence higher than ever
Jamie McMurray talks about his teammate Kyle Larson's recent success and the impact it has had on Chip Ganassi Racing.
Dave Rogers takes indefinite personal leave
Joe Gibbs Racing announced on Wednesday Dave Rogers, Daniel Suarez's crew chief, has taken a personal indefinite leave from the team.
Should Johnson have tried to qualify at Fontana?
While Chad Knaus and Jimmie Johnson didn't break any rules by not trying to qualify at Fontana, Jeff Burton says for the good of the sport and for the fans he should have tried to qualify.
Blaney, Wood Brothers head to Martinsville for homecoming, hope to leave with win
The Wood Brothers' last win at Martinsville was 1973 with NASCAR Hall of Famer David Pearson.
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Joe Gibbs Racing crew chief Dave Rogers taking personal leave for indefinite period
Scott Graves will take over duties as No. 19 Cup crew chief.
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Upon Further Review: How Cup teams assess start of their season
NBC Sports spoke with those who oversee the competition departments for the top Cup teams to see how they view their organization's start.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Jamie McMurray interview, racing in Colorado
50 States in 50 Shows continues tonight with a look at racing in Colorado.
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Truex has solved puzzle of Martinsville, now wants a win there
Truex has an average finish of 7.4 in the first five races of 2017.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 72: Jeff Gluck on the Kyle Busch-Joey Logano video at Vegas
The longtime NASCAR journalist and founder of JeffGluck.com provides the backstory of capturing he video that went viral of Kyle Busch taking a swing at Joey Logano.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s ‘Driven to Give Gloves’ program returns beginning at Martinsville
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will wear four different colored gloves throughout the season to benefit Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
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Looking at top 10 race start totals among active, full-time NASCAR Cup drivers
Dale Earnhardt Jr. made his 600th Cup Series start Sunday at Auto Club Speedway.
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Kevin Harvick: Kyle Larson is the best driver to enter NASCAR since Jeff Gordon in 1993
Might there be an ulterior motive for the Stewart-Haas Racing driver's high praise of the Chip Ganassi Racing driver? There seems to be a backstory here.
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Should Atlanta Motor Speedway have listened to drivers in delaying its repave?
NASCAR America analysts Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte debate the merits and risks of staying with the track's old surface.
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Kligerman: May the downforce be with you! Or is the ultimate downforce actually . . . none?
Parker Kligerman responds to the question: 'How do you feel about the cars being stuck to the ground vs. skating around?'
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NASCAR America: Scan All Fontana
Tuesday's NASCAR America wrapped up Sunday's Auto Club 400 with our weekly Scan All feature.
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NASCAR America: Is Clint Bowyer finally getting back on track?
Is Clint Bowyer on his way back after struggling the last couple of years?
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NASCAR America: Hendrick, Gibbs both winless for first time since 1994
What's up with Joe Gibbs Racing and Hendrick Motorsports?
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Report: Stewart-Haas Racing drops appeal for Phoenix infraction
Crew chief Rodney Childers will serve his one-race suspension this weekend and miss Martinsville.
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NASCAR America: Atlanta Motor Speedway to delay track repave
Delay will be for at least one year.
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Near death last year, Chip Ganassi Racing co-owner Felix Sabates returning to track soon
He tells SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that he was in a coma for 29 days last year.
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NASCAR America: Crew chief says Kyle Larson more involved, focused this year
Crew chief Chad Johnston says Kyle Larson is more involved and focused this season, which is a big part of his success.
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Atlanta Motor Speedway to delay track repave
While a repave was scheduled at Atlanta, track officials will wait until after the race in 2018 and reassess what's need at that time.
NASCAR America: Kyle Larson goes back home as conquering hero
Kyle Larson goes back home to his hometown of Elk Grove, California after Sunday's NASCAR Cup win in Fontana, Calif.
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Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott are kings of NASCAR Cup stages
They are 1-2 in stage points scored through five races under NASCAR's new system.
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Kyle Larson more involved, focused this year
Marty Snider catches up with Kyle Larson's crew chief, Chad Johnston after their Cup Series win in Fontana and asks him about the biggest difference he sees in the driver compared to last year.
My Home Track: Kern County Raceway Park
Sonoma Raceway and Auto Club Speedway are well known in California, but don't sleep on Kern County Raceway Park.
Hendrick, JGR still looking for first 2017 win
For the first time since 1994 both Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing are winless through the first five races. Steve Letarte and Jeff Burton discuss whether or not this is cause for panic from two...
Is Bowyer getting back on track with Stewart-Haas?
Clint Bowyer is eighth in Cup standings and his third place finish in Fontana was his first top-five since 2015. Is Bowyer finally getting back on track? We look at the state of the Stewart-Haas Racing...
Larson returns to Elk Grove as a hometown hero
Rutledge Wood sits down with Kyle Larson in his favorite hometown restaurant to get a better feel of what it was like for Larson growing up in Elk Grove, California and what it's like going back as a local...
Scan All from Auto Club Speedway
Kyle Larson finally broke his runner-up streak with a trip to victory lane at the Auto Club Speedway. Take a closer listen to the goings on during the Auto Club 400 with NASCAR America's "Scan All".
Upon Further Review: Martinsville could provide relief for famed teams seeking victory
Not since 1994 have Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing failed to win in the first five races of the season.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Scan All, My Home Track: California
Jeff Burton and Steve Letarte join the show to continue discussing the big storyline from Fontana.
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Bump & Run: Examining a biting comment and who is need of a good result soon
Steve Letarte, Nate Ryan and Dustin Long offer their take on various items in the sport.
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Danica Patrick, Martin Truex Jr., Paul Menard in tire test next week at Michigan
Danica Patrick, Martin Truex Jr. and Paul Menard will take part in next week's Goodyear tire test at Michigan.
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Kyle Larson explains details of passenger car accident after Fontana victory
The Chip Ganassi Racing driver's Suburban was involved in a traffic accident outside Auto Club Speedway on the way to the airport.
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Chip Ganassi and Felix Sabates have concerns about Kyle Larson racing sprint cars, Indy 500
The Fontana winner enjoys running open wheel and has expressed a desire to run in the Indianapolis 500 at least once.
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Atlanta Motor Speedway to delay repave at least a year
NASCAR drivers had pleaded with track officials not to repave the track this year.
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NASCAR America — My Home Track: 50 States In 50 Shows — Arkansas
NASCAR America continues its Home Track series -- 50 States in 50 Shows -- with a visit to Arkansas.
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NASCAR America: Is there cause for concern with Jimmie Johnson’s performance thus far?
What's going on with Jimmie Johnson this season?
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NASCAR America: Mark Martin is definitely a Kyle Larson fan
The Hall of Famer has been impressed by NASCAR's latest winner.
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Larson involved in minor fender bender leaving Fontana
In just a couple of hours, Kyle Larson went from victory lane to being involved in a minor fender bender just outside Auto Club Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Kyle Larson’s Fontana win shows continued maturing as a driver
Sunday's win at Fontana was another illustration of Kyle Larson's continuing maturation as a Cup driver.
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Kyle Larson tweets about accident off race track
Kyle Larson sent out a tweet after he suffered a car accident, detailing the experience for him.
Kyle Larson gets into car accident following win
Only hours after his first win of the season, Kyle Larson discusses the car accident he suffered while heading to the airport.
Is there cause for concern with Jimmie Johnson?
After a slow start to the season, is it time to be concerned with Jimmie Johnson's performance heading into Martinsville?
My Home Track: Arkansas
Get to know the racing history from the state of Arkansas as the NASCAR America crew looks at the Diamond Park and Batesville Speedways from the state.
Mark Martin: Kyle Larson capitalized with patience
Hall of Famer Mark Martin shares his experience racing, and the excitement he feels watching Kyle Larson compete in the Cup series.
Reed, Koch give positive review of Indy restrictor-plate test
Blake Koch said the July 22 Xfinity event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway will be "a wild race."
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Edsel Ford II to drive honorary pace car — a Ford, of course — at Martinsville
This will be Edsel Ford II's first trip to Martinsville.
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Kyle Larson's win shows he's maturing as a driver
After Kyle Larson broke his runner-up streak and won the Auto Club 400, NASCAR America discusses how his win at Fontana shows he's maturing as a driver.
NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET — Larson’s big weekend, Johnson’s struggles continue
While Kyle Larson excelled this weekend, Jimmie Johnson continued to struggle.
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Bristol Motor Speedway to give Food City 500 tickets to victims of November wildfires
Thousands were impacted by the devastating wildfires that burnt 17,000 acres and killed 14.
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Where are clear lines for retaliation in NASCAR?
Some thoughts on the limits of retaliation in NASCAR, driver fraternization, a splash in SoCal, South Carolina connections and Jimmie Johnson's edgier side.
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NASCAR’s preliminary entry lists for Martinsville Speedway
The NASCAR Cup and Camping World Truck Series visit NASCAR's oldest track this weekend.
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NASCAR will examine angle of inside wall Matt Kenseth hit
Steve O'Donnell tells SiriusXM NASCAR Radio: 'You never want to see that angle, and if we can prevent that, we certainly will.’
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Late gamble to skip tires keeps Martin Truex Jr. from Fontana win
Failing to take four tires late likely prevented Martin Truex Jr. from a second win of 2017.
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Brad Keselowski takes ‘torn to pieces’ car and finishes second in Auto Club 400
Brad Keselowski plowed through the grass early before finishing second Sunday at Auto Club Speedway.
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Clint Bowyer scores first top-five finish since 2015
Stewart-Haas Racing driver places third at Auto Club Speedway after late charge in overtime.
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What drivers said after the Auto Club 400
What the field thought about Sunday's race, which was won by Kyle Larson.
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Kyle Larson extends points lead after California win
Kyle Larson leads Chase Elliott by 29 points after Sunday's race.
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Results, stats for Auto Club 400 at Fontana; Kyle Larson scores second career Cup win
The Chip Ganassi driver sweeps the NASCAR weekend at the 2-mile oval.
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Clint Bowyer having fun inside Top 5 again
It been almost two years since Clint Bowyer finished inside the Top 5, but after the Auto Club 400 Bowyer discusses why he's starting to have fun racing again.
Brad Keselowski feels 'lucky' to finish second
Brad Keselowski rebounded from damage suffered during an early-race incident, as the No. 2 team persevered to finish second.
Martin Truex Jr. finishes fourth in Fontana
Martin Truex Jr. led 73 laps and finished in the top five, which the driver considers an overall success but is stung by the notion that it could have been better.
Kyle Larson: 'We knew how to win today'
After weeks of finishing runner-up, Kyle Larson discusses how he and his crew figured out how to win the Auto Club 400 in Fontana.
Kyle Larson wins at Fontana to break runner-up streak
Kyle Larson drove from pole position to victory lane en route to his second career Cup Series win, adding to his triumph last year at Michigan.
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Kyle Larson wins at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana
Kyle Larson takes the checkered flag in California for his second Cup Series win and sweep of the weekend at Auto Club Speedway.
Matt Kenseth wrecks out of Auto Club 400 on late restart
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver slid into the inside SAFER barrier on the backstretch with 16 laps to go.
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Kenseth wrecks out of Auto Club 400
Matt Kenseth hit the inside wall hard after being tapped by Martin Truex Jr. on a late restart in the Auto Club 400.
Martin Truex Jr. has commanding performance in Stage 2 win at Fontana
Truex has earned three of the last six stage wins this season.
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Kyle Larson wins Stage 1 of Auto Club 400 at Fontana
Drivers having problems early on include Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Ryan Newman and Jimmie Johnson.
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Bad race start results in damaged cars for Brad Keselowski, Ryan Newman and Kevin Harvick
Brad Keselowski remains on the lead lap after spinning on Lap 4 from contact from Jimmie Johnson.
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Keselowski spins out on Lap 3 in Fontana
Brad Keselowski and Ryan Newman suffer damage to both their cars after colliding with Jimmie Johnson on Lap 3 in Fontana.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start from the rear in Sunday’s Fontana race because of cut tire
The Hendrick Motorsports driver tweets that Goodyear Racing has recommended he replace his right front and start at the back.
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Fontana staff picks
Who will win today's race at Fontana? Here are our predictions.
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Today’s Cup race at Auto Club Speedway: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the details for today's Cup race at Auto Club Speedway, the fifth race of the season.
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NASCAR competitors react to death of sprint car driver
David Steele died Saturday night after a crash in a Florida sprint car race.
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Elliott Sadler remains atop Xfinity standings after Fontana race
Sadler keeps doing what he needs to do to remain in the lead of the Xfinity Series point standings.
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Full race results from Saturday’s Service King 300 Xfinity race at Fontana
Joey Logano led a race-high 70 laps, but wasn't able to lead the final lap and earn the win, finishing second.
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Larson holds off Logano to win Xfinity race at Fontana
Kyle Larson earned his sixth career Xfinity Series win, including two at Auto Club Speedway.
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Elliott fastest in final Cup practice at Fontana, hits wall
Chase Elliott, Kyle and Kurt Busch all had problems in the last session.
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Logano, Hemric will start on front row for Xfinity race at Fontana
Daniel Hemric (2nd) and Cole Custer (4th) earned career-best starts in the Xfinity series.
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Erik Jones fastest in first Cup practice at Fontana
The Ford drivers both had incidents during the session.
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Danica Patrick: ‘NASCAR makes a really big mistake of fining for some stuff’
The Stewart-Haas Racing driver believes drivers shouldn't be docked money, but also is curious where the money goes.
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Today’s Xfinity race at Auto Club Speedway: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the pertinent information for today's race.
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NASCAR’s Saturday schedule at Auto Club Speedway
The Xfinity Series holds the Service King 300 at Auto Club Speedway, ending its "West Coast Swing."
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Daniel Suarez leans on Carl Edwards for advice on and off the track
The current driver of the No. 19 Toyota recently taped a commercial with his predecessor, whom he talks with weekly.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr., Ryan Newman share thoughts on restrictor plates at Brickyard
Restrictor plates will be used in the July 22 Xfinity Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Starting lineup for the NASCAR Cup Series’ Auto Club 400 in Fontana
Kyle Larson and Denny Hamlin will lead the field to green in the Auto Club 400.
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Larson wins pole for Auto Club 400; Hamlin on front row
Kyle Larson won his first Cup Series pole since August 2013 and second of his career.
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No. 48 doesn't make qualifying run after practice accident
Jimmie Johnson will start from the rear with Joey Logano and Trevor Bayne, who did not pass inspection in time to qualify.
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Joey Logano completes sweep of Xfinity practices at Auto Club Speedway
The Team Penske driver topped Erik Jones and Paul Menard in the second session.
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Brave owl stops NASCAR Cup practice at Auto Club Speedway
The first practice for the Auto Club 400 was red flagged due to an owl sitting on the front stretch.
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Dale Jr. closer to discussing Hendrick contract extension
Dale Earnhardt Jr. says "we have been chit-chatting a little about when we need to go ahead and start heading in that direction."
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Joey Logano tops first Xfinity practice at Auto Club Speedway
Joey Logano led Kyle Larson and Erik Jones in the first of two Friday practice session.
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Jimmie Johnson to backup car after practice accident
Jimmie Johnson spun into the Turn 4 grass during Friday's practice at Auto Club Speedway.
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Austin Dillon: NASCAR will issue ‘very harsh’ penalties for repeat offense
Austin Dillon met with Cole Custer and NASCAR Friday morning at Auto Club Speedway.
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Kyle Larson fastest in opening Cup practice at Auto Club Speedway
Chip Ganassi Racing teammates Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray were in top five in practice.
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Kurt Busch files multimillion-dollar countersuit vs. former management agency SMN
Driver alleges conflict of interests that went undisclosed by the company, which sued him last month for $1.4 million in unpaid fees.
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Johnson expects to have Hendrick extension soon
The seven-time champion has not raced for anyone but Hendrick Motorsports in NASCAR's Cup Series.
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Bristol again will treat track with compound to add grip
Bristol's GM tells NBC Sports: 'We liked what we saw, and the drivers all seemed to like it, the fans liked it, why not continue to do that?'
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NASCAR’s Friday schedule at Auto Club Speedway
Three practice sessions and Cup Series qualifying are scheduled for the day in Fontana.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Arizona
Central Arizona Speedway is located in Casa Grande, Arizona.
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NASCAR America: Assessing JR Motorsports season so far
JR Motorsports is in its first season of fielding four full-time cars.
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NASCAR America: Steve Letarte on challenges of avoiding speeding penalites
Steve Letarte says digital dashboards have made avoiding speeding penalties harder for teams.
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NASCAR America: Comparing severity of Harvick, Keselowski and Allmendinger penalties
The crew chiefs of Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski were both given suspensions following the Phoenix race weekend.
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Navigating the Auto Club Speedway
Parker Kligerman hops into the racing simulator to show what it's like to navigate the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, a fan favorite. Kligerman anticipates some high speeds, high wear on the tires and high...
My Home Track: Arizona's Central Arizona Speedway
NASCAR America's "My Home Track" series continues on to Arizona, one of the 20 states to host a NASCAR Cup Series race each year. Take a closer look at the Central Arizona Speedway, halfway between Phoenix...
Mario Andretti tries out, approves of Charlotte Motor Speedway road course
The IndyCar legend drove a 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder Hybrid around the 2.4-mile course.
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JR Motorsports dominating Xfinity Series
The NASCAR America crew dissects JR Motorsports' early success in the Xfinity Series.
Pit row speeding becoming more complicated
Steve Letarte explains how the digital dash makes pit row speeding tougher for drivers to fix.
Drivers unhurt in crash of Furniture Row Racing hauler near Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Team reports no damage to Erik Jones' No. 77 Toyota or any other equipment being used this weekend at Auto Club Speedway.
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NASCAR enforces several penalties from Phoenix
The NASCAR America crew discusses which team got hit the hardest after NASCAR assessed Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick and A.J. Allmendinger penalties.
NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Auto Club Speedway preview, iRacing simulator
50 States in 50 Shows continues with a look at a track in Arizona.
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Aerodynamic changes announced to accompany restrictor plates for Xfinity at Indianapolis
"Aero ducts" also will make their debut in the July 22 Xfinity Series race at the Brickyard.
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Kurt Busch’s ‘Where’s Earl?’ tour hits the West Coast in California
Kurt Busch took the Harley J. Earl trophy to Haas Automation's headquarters and the beach.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. prepares for 600th Cup Series start
Auto Club Speedway will host Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s 600th start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Q&A with Brandon Jones
Brandon Jones is in his second full-time Xfinity season with Richard Childress Racing.
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NASCAR’s weekend schedule for Auto Club Speedway
NASCAR ends its "West Coast Swing" in Fontana, California.
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Stewart-Haas Racing to appeal penalties to Kevin Harvick and No. 4 team
Move will allow crew chief Rodney Childers to be with the team this weekend at Auto Club Speedway instead of serving a one-race suspension.
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Steve Letarte on pro athlete socializing in pregame: ‘Nothing irritates me more’
The NASCAR on NBC analyst says in a new podcast that alterations to driver introductions need to be considered.
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NASCAR America: Cup drivers share first celebrity crushes
Drivers including Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Larson, Erik Jones and others reflect on their first celebrity crushes.
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NASCAR America: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. talks Phoenix finish, racing roots
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. joins the show following his first top five of 2017.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Alaska
The latest "50 States in 50 Shows" goes north to Alaska.
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Do NASCAR drivers fraternize too much?
The NASCAR America crew discuss whether drivers being friendly with each other before races and fraternizing outside of racing is bad for the sport.
Dale Jr. worried kids will think OK to smash a guy
Based on the recent trend of retaliating on the racetrack, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is worried younger drivers will think it's OK to smash an opponent because they feel they were wronged.
My Home Track: Capitol Speedway
The NASCAR America crew takes a look at Capitol Speedway in Willow, Alaska, which is heading into its 40th year of operation.
Kevin Harvick crew chief fined, suspended one race for encumbered finish
Kevin Harvick's No. 4 car had an unapproved track bar slider assembly on his Phoenix car.
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NASCAR penalizes Keselowski, Team Penske
Nate Ryan joins NASCAR America to discuss penalties NASCAR handed out to Brad Keselowski and Team Penske following Phoenix after Keselowski's car failed post-race inspection.
Keselowski docked 35 points; crew chief Wolfe suspended
Brad Keselowski's car failed inspection after finishing fifth at Phoenix Raceway.
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Drivers reveal their first celebrity crush
NASCAR drivers confess their first celebrity crush when they were growing up.
Stenhouse Jr. looking to build off Phoenix finish
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. joined NASCAR America to talk about how he's battled through struggles during his first few years in the the Cup series and how he hopes to keep his momentum going after Phoenix.
NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Ricky Stenhouse Jr., latest on penalties
Nate Ryan brings the latest on any penalties handed out to teams following the Phoenix race weekend.
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Sandy Wexler, AKA Adam Sandler, crashes Cup Series garage to promote new movie
Adam Sandler showed up at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to promote his next movie, "Sandy Wexler."
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JTG Daugherty appeal rejected
NASCAR penalized JTG Daugherty for lug nut infraction at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 71: Steve Letarte on the mystery of pit speeding penalties
The NASCAR on NBC discusses a perplexing trend in Cup, along with the Kyle Busch-Joey Logano altercation and the impact of lower downforce this season.
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Driver cites drug test issue for not obtaining NASCAR K&N Pro Series West license
Ryan Partridge finished second in the series last year and third in 2015.
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1970 Daytona 500 winner Pete Hamilton passes away
Pete Hamilton won the Daytona 500 driving for Petty Enterprises. He was 74 years old.
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Austin Dillon crashes at Phoenix
Dillon crashed with 11 laps remaining in the Xfinity race in Phoenix.
Kligerman: Everyone should try attending the Daytona 500
There has never been a better time to take in 'The Great American Race' and to learn more about the history of racing in America.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: South Alabama Speedway
South Alabama Speedway in Kinston, Alabama, is the first track featured in "50 States in 50 Show."
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NASCAR America: Who will be the next driver to break a winless streak?
Dale Jarrett and Kyle Petty discuss which Cup driver could end a winless streak next after Ryan Newman ended his.
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NASCAR America: Ryan Newman’s crew chief discusses race-winning strategy
Luke Lambert won his first Cup Series race as a crew chief Sunday with Ryan Newman.
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NASCAR America: Scan All from Phoenix Raceway
Scan All captures the memorable moments from Ryan Newman's first Cup Series win since 2013.
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