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Ron Hornaday Jr. kept up a cold tradition with Hall of Fame induction
Ron Hornaday Jr. is the first Truck Series champion inducted into the Hall of Fame.
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Robert Yates honored to be part of NASCAR HOF
The late Robert Yates, former owner of Yates Racing, was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame with a special reading from Dale Jarrett.
Ray Evernham reflects on Hall of Fame career
Ray Evernham shares his thanks and appreciation for everyone that helped him along his journey as he is inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Ron Hornaday Jr. inducted into NASCAR Hall of Fame
Ron Hornaday Jr. is inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame as part of an impressive 2018 class.
Jim France honored with 2018 Landmark Award
Jim France, known as the best kept secret in all of motorsports, is honored with 2018 Landmark Award at the NASCAR HOF Induction Ceremony.
Squier's lasting legacy in NASCAR broadcast booth
NASCAR greats reflect on the impact Ken Squier left on the sport as he heads into the Hall of Fame.
Hornaday Jr.'s illustrious career in truck series
NASCAR greats look at the impact Ron Hornaday Jr. left on the sport, especially in the truck series.
Toyota executive calls Truck Series ‘critical step’ in developing drivers
David Wilson tells SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that if Toyota Truck teams must use a spec engine, Toyota will support it to help keep the Truck Series going to develop drivers.
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WATCH: Sneak preview of the Hall of Fame induction at 8 p.m. on NBCSN
A video essay will be shown during tonight's induction of Robert Yates, Ray Evernham, Red Byron, Ken Squier and Ron Hornaday Jr.
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The moral choice that Kyle Larson made in the closing laps at Miami
Trailing title contenders Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch, the Chip Ganassi Racing driver decided he'd make a move only if he could pass both of them.
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Daytona International Speedway releases Speedweeks schedule
Cup teams will not have as much practice time as they did last year.
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How 2018 NASCAR HOF inductees modernized the sport
This year's class of NASCAR Hall of Inductees, its ninth, won't be found throughout the record books, instead, they made their lasting impacts behind the scenes.
Monster Energy ‘evaluating’ NASCAR sponsorship beyond 2018 season
Monster Energy executive: 'We’re busy in discussions at the moment with NASCAR and looking at and deciding what will be the best way forward for us as a brand.'
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Friday 5: Questions about size of future Hall of Fame classes
Is it time to reduce the number of Hall of Fame inductees each year?
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BRANDT returns for third year with JR Motorsports in Xfinity Series
Justin Allgaier will be back in the No. 7 Chevrolet after making the Championship 4 for the second straight year.
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NASCAR revamps Rookie of the Year points system in national series
The new points system reflects how series champions are determined.
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Watkins Glen, Michigan announce multi-year sponsor deals
GoBowling.com is the new sponsor of the August Cup Series race at Watkins Glen International.
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Hendrick, Kelley Blue Book extend relationship through 2020
Kelley Blue Book will be a primary sponsor for Chase Elliott in two races this season.
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Danica Patrick has Daytona 500, Indy 500 sponsor; now needs ride
GoDaddy will return to sponsor Danica Patrick's effort in both races this year.
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Atlanta Motor Speedway accepting lucky charms to help Chase Elliott earn first Cup win
The campaign is based off one that preceded Bill Elliott's first Cup win in 1983.
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Go Fas Racing secures charter by partnering with Circle Sport Racing
Charter secures a starting spot in each Cup race for Matt DiBenedetto this season.
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Kasey Kahne looks to run 20-30 races outside NASCAR this year
Kasey Kahne is excited about joining Leavine Family Racing and racing on dirt this year.
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Todd Gilliland to drive No. 4 for Kyle Busch Motorsports; father to fill-in at Daytona
David Gilliland will make his first NASCAR start since 2016 on Feb. 16 at Daytona International Speedway.
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Social Roundup: Snow hits NASCAR country
Charlotte Motor Speedway and teams celebrate the first snowfall of 2018.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. has ‘some interest’ in being part of group that buys Carolina Panthers
Earnhardt said he is not part of NASCAR team owner Felix Sabates' group seeking to buy the NFL team.
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DC Solar to sponsor Chip Ganassi Racing in Cup, Xfinity races
DC Solar will sponsor Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray in select Cup races.
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Dale Jr. to make NBC Sports debut at Super Bowl, Olympics
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be part of NBC Sports' pre-game coverage of the Super Bowl on Feb. 4.
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Cody Coughlin joins GMS Racing in Truck Series
Cody Coughlin spent his first full-time season in the Camping World Truck Series with ThorSport Racing.
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ThorSport Racing parts ways with Toyota
ThorSport Racing had been paired with Toyota for the last six seasons.
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Wood Brothers secure charter for 2018 season
Wood Brothers form partnership with Go Fas Racing to keep the charter they leased from the team last season.
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Danica Patrick confirms she is dating Aaron Rodgers
Danica Patrick and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers are dating, she confirmed to Associated Press.
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Bubba Wallace feels connection to Wendell Scott without pressure
Embracing his role as the Cup Series' first full-time black driver in 47 years, Darrell Wallace Jr. says "history falls in place" by focusing on results.
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Justin Haley returning to GMS Racing for 2018
Teenager is back after solid rookie season with team in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
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Reliving NASCAR’s most dramatic finishes
From Dale Earnhardt Sr. to Marcos Ambrose and Ricky Craven to James Buescher, here are some of NASCAR's most incredible finishes.
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Martinsville Speedway removing seats as part of ‘facility optimization’
The renovation projection includes removing all the grandstand seating above the press box in Turns 1 and 2.
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Versatile racing legend Dan Gurney dies
Innovative driver and team owner was a force at Riverside International Raceway, winning four times with Wood Brothers Racing.
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Guide to 2018 Cup Series paint schemes
Get ready for the next Cup season with this look at the cars drivers will be piloting.
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Elliott: No. 9 is ‘getting back home to me'
The 22-year-old driver is back competing with his family's iconic number after two seasons in the No. 24.
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Christopher Bell wins Chili Bowl Nationals
Christopher Bell took advantage of Kyle Larson's blown engine to win for the second year in a row.
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Men arrested for attempted burglary of Richard Childress’ home face additional charges
The three men now face four charges related to the Dec. 17 attempted burglary.
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Ryan Blaney cleans up with preseason haircut
Ryan Blaney's much discussed hairdo met its end Saturday.
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Robert Yates tribute car gifted to son, Roush Yates Engines
The car was driven by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. at Phoenix in November.
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Thad Moffitt, Richard Petty’s grandson, makes Daytona debut in ARCA test
The 17-year-old driver made his first laps on the track Richard Petty won 10 Cup races at.
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Kasey Kahne finishes fifth in Friday’s A main at Chili Bowl Nationals
Justin Grant wins Friday's A main in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Noah Gragson returning to Kyle Busch Motorsports for 2018
19-year-old driver will have Safelite AutoGlass sponsor his ride in all 23 races.
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GMS Racing signs 19-year-old Dalton Sargeant for Truck ride
Doug Randolph will be the team's crew chief.
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How soon until next female driver in Cup?
Hall of Fame inductee Ray Evernham calls for more opportunities for females in racing. Also, the story behind the phrase 'The Great American Race.'
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Christopher Bell wins Thursday night’s A main at Chili Bowl Nationals
Camping World Series champion continues his bid to win back-to-back Chili Bowl titles.
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Ganassi not talking to Danica about Daytona, Indy
Chip Ganassi Racing executive tells SiriusXM of Danica Patrick driving for team: 'I don’t think you’ll see that happening with us in 2018.'
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Kyle Busch Motorsports reveals what five Truck races Busch will run in 2018
Kyle Busch enters this season second on the career wins list in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
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