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NASCAR America: Ken Squier on the ‘Mark of an Earnhardt’ at Daytona
According to Ken Squier, "Dale Earnhardt Sr. needed Daytona, and Daytona needed Dale Earnhardt."
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NASCAR America teaming up with SiriusXM NASCAR Radio
NASCAR on NBC personalities will appear on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio's "The Morning Drive" every Wednesday morning.
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NASCAR America: Sprint racing keeps Kyle Larson in shape for NASCAR
Kyle Larson talks with NASCAR America's Marty Snider about how he benefits from his 25 sprint car races a year.
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NASCAR America: Scan All: Anger and miscommunication at Sonoma Raceway
Hear Israeli-born driver Alon Day have a very, very long day in his Cup debut at Sonoma Raceway.
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The Ragged Edge: ‘Days of Thunder’ celebrates 27 years
Cole Trickle was unleashed on the world on June 27, 1990.
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NBC Sports, 'SiriusXM NASCAR Radio' team up in '17
NBC Sports and "SiriusXM NASCAR Radio" have teamed up to give fans more coverage of their favorite sport as NBC NASCAR analysts will appear on radio shows while NASCAR hosts will appear on NASCAR America.
Scan All: Toyota/Save Mart 350
Go behind the scenes and listen to all the radio calls during last weekend's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma.
Dale Sr., Dale Jr. bond highlighted at Daytona
Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt Jr. have done so much for NASCAR and Dale Jr.'s potential last race at Daytona will surely be an emotional evening.
Earnhardt history filled with Daytona moments
Dale Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt Jr. captured fans' hearts with their special relationship that had plenty of incredible moments at Daytona.
Larson getting used to restrictor plate racing
Kyle Larson talks about his heavy racing workload outside of the Cup series, his comfort with restrictor plate racing and his battle at the top of the point standings with Martin Truex Jr.
Tifft: Stage racing is action-packed, intense
Matt Tifft and Brennan Poole talk about how they are honoring soldiers this weekend at Daytona and their expectations for this weekend's Xfinity race.
Why Ryan Blaney will be a star in NASCAR for years
Ryan Blaney has been the most impressive first-time Cup winner this year and many believe he will become a star in NASCAR in the near future.
Elliott, Hendrick Motorsports reach extension
Chase Elliott and Hendrick Motorsports agreed on a four-year contract extension, showing that Elliott is set to be the new face of the organization.
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Scan all and guests Matt Tifft, Brennan Poole
Matt Tifft and Brennan Poole talk about how the Xfinity series will honor our nation’s military Friday at Daytona.
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Who is Hot/Not ahead of Coke Zero 400? In restrictor-plate races, Ford is very hot (VIDEO)
Ford cars have won the last five restrictor-plate races, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. the most recent at Talladega.
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Chase Elliott, Hendrick Motorsports extend contract through 2022 (video)
2016 Cup rookie of the year signs a four-year extension.
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Ryan: What was overlooked about Rodney Childers and Kevin Harvick after Sonoma win
It wasn't as much what the Stewart-Haas Racing crew chief and driver said about the victory as how they said it ... also items on William Byron, stage racing at road courses and Danica Patrick.
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Bump & Run: Is Daytona last true shot for Dale Earnhardt Jr. to make playoffs?
NBC Sports' analysts and writers also debate when Kyle Busch will win and the biggest surprises of this season.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. kicks off JR Nation Appreci88ion campaign
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will release weekly videos recollecting memories and milestones achieved at tracks.
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Ernie Irvan’s son to run K&N East race with throwback scheme his dad drove
Jared Irvan will drive for Martin-McClure Racing in July 8 race at Thompson Speedway.
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Stewart-Haas Racing enjoys best race since winning Daytona 500
Stewart-Haas Racing won its second race of the year, putting its second driver in the playoffs.
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NASCAR America: Max Papis: ‘Not by chance’ William Byron is winning races
William Byron won his first Xfinity Series race last weekend at Iowa Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Despite stage wins, Martin Truex Jr. still needs to close out races
Martin Truex Jr. has 11 stage wins but only two race wins through 16 races.
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NASCAR America: Dale Jr.’s aggressiveness at Sonoma pays off, will need it at Daytona
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will spend the week preparing for his potential last Cup start at Daytona.
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NASCAR’s preliminary entry lists for Daytona
NASCAR returns to Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400 and the Firecracker 250.
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Truex Jr. needs to find way to win races
Martin Truex Jr. has dominated by winning more stages than any other driver, but he must fix the small things in order to close the deal and win races.
Dale Jr. the favorite at Daytona
Dale Earnhardt Jr. may be a little nostalgic when he first gets to Daytona. However, come race time he will be focused and intense, knowing he has a good shot to win and make the playoff.
NASCAR America: Kyle Busch can afford to lose interim crew chief for Daytona
Interim crew chief Ben Beshore could be suspended at Daytona after the No. 18 had two unsecured lug nuts at Sonoma.
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Drivers pleased with less debris cautions
Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were part of a group of people who voiced their pleasure with NASCAR for calling less debris cautions during Sonoma.
Byron bounces back to earn first Xfinity win
William Byron picked up his first career win on Saturday in the Xfinity race at Iowa, and the best has yet to come for the 19-year-old driver.
Dale Jr.'s aggressiveness at Sonoma pays off
Dale Earnhardt Jr. showed off his improvement at road courses on Sunday as he recorded a sixth place finish, rewarding his aggressive approach during the race.
Kyle Busch's interim crew chief facing suspension
Kyle Busch could see another crew chief get suspended as his interim chief could be penalized for loose lug nuts on Sunday at Sonoma.
Weight off Harvick's shoulders after Sonoma win
Kevin Harvick's winless streak was finally snapped at 20 races on Sunday thanks to a victory at Sonoma, showing the hard work for his team has paid off.
Eddie Pardue named crew chief for Jeffrey Earnhardt’s No. 33 car
Eddie Pardue replaces Pay Tryson as leader of the car owned by The Circle Sport/The Motorsports Group.
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NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN: Sonoma recap, Max Papis
NASCAR America recaps the race weekend at Sonoma and Iowa and begins looking at the second half of the season.
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Cup Series playoff grid following Sonoma
With 10 races left in the regular season, 10 drivers are locked into the playoffs via wins with six spots up for grabs.
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Here’s how Daytona is honoring Dale Earnhardt Jr. at the Coke Zero 400
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be making his 36th and potentially final Cup start at Daytona this weekend.
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Comcast NBCUniversal to sponsor Matt Tifft’s Xfinity car at Daytona (VIDEO)
Comcast NBCUniversal also will celebrate the U.S. military at Daytona by hosting more than 50 local service members and their families.
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NASCAR to review Kasey Kahne crash into concrete barrier
NASCAR's Steve O'Donnell was asked on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio why there wasn't a SAFER barrier where Kasey Kahne crashed.
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Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr. praise NASCAR for restraint on debris cautions
A week after both were critical of NASCAR for debris cautions late, they appreciated the sanctioning body's restraint at Sonoma.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 85: Max Papis on his bond with a Jimmie Johnson he knew then and now
The veteran of NASCAR, sports cars, IndyCar and F1 also discusses his long history in racing and his business that made steering wheels for every starter in the 2017 Daytona 500.
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NASCAR on stage racing: ‘Definitely here to stay’
NASCAR executive Steve O'Donnell reiterates support of stage racing but says potential changes will be examined.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. on his legacy: ‘Hopefully, I’ve left a good impression’
Dale Earnhardt Jr. got philosophical about his career after his final visit to Sonoma as an active racer.
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Kyle Busch’s interim crew chief faces one-race suspension for lug nut violation
NASCAR states that Kyle Busch's car had two unsecured lug nuts after Sunday's race.
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Kevin Harvick wins Cup Series race at Sonoma
Kevin Harvick saved enough fuel to win his first Cup race of the season and ended a 20-race winless streak in the process.
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Keselowski enjoys ‘every moment’ of best Sonoma finish
Before Sunday, Sonoma Raceway was one of two tracks Brad Keselowski had not finished in the top five at.
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Clint Bowyer finishes runner-up to Harvick in Sonoma
Sunday's second-place finish tied Clint Bowyer's best showing of 2017.
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Rodney Childers not bothered by Martin Truex Jr.’s woes
Kevin Harvick's crew chief didn't take kindly to what he said Martin Truex Jr. said. Truex's girlfriend denies Truex made comment.
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Results from Cup race at Sonoma Raceway
Kevin Harvick scores his first victory of the 2017 season and at Sonoma Raceway.
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Clint Bowyer moves into last playoff transfer spot in points standings
Stewart-Haas Racing driver is 11th in the rankings after runner-up finish at Sonoma, putting him on the cutoff for the playoffs.
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What drivers said after Sonoma race
Here is what drivers were talking about after the race.
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Dale Jr: I hope people remember me as good, honest
As Dale Earnhardt Jr. comes closer to the end of his Cup career he hopes people will remember him for the person he is, not necessarily his trips to victory lane.
Kevin Harvick wins Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma
Kevin Harvick picked up his first win of the season and second road course win in his career as he took the checkered flag at Sonoma in the Toyota/Save Mart 350.
Bowyer recovers at Sonoma for second-place finish
Clint Bowyer tore up his car, but recovered to finish second at Sonoma behind Kevin Harvick. Bowyer says "you're not down and out until you're out" in road racing.
Truex Jr doesn't make it out of pit road in Sonoma
Martin Truex Jr. experienced engine issues exiting his pit stall, causing his day at Sonoma to end early.
Truex Jr. leads most laps, exits Sonoma with engine issue
Martin Truex continues to lead NASCAR Cup Series with 11 stage wins.
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Jimmie Johnson claims first stage win of 2017 season
Jimmie Johnson's first stage win comes in the 16th race of the season.
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Patrick, Stenhouse suffer heavy damage at Sonoma
Danica Patrick was spun out on Lap 31 at Sonoma and collects Ricky Stenhouse Jr. along the way. Both drivers suffered significant damage and signaled a race caution.
Martin Truex Jr. captures opening stage at Sonoma Raceway, 11th stage victory of year
Martin Truex Jr. finished ahead of AJ Allmendinger and pole-sitter Kyle Larson after the first 25-lap stage.
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Earnhardt, Danica, Larson in early tangle at Sonoma; Patrick hit later by Stenhouse
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick and Kyle Larson made contact on Sonoma's tricky Turn 11 hairpain.
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Kyle Larson and Danica Patrick collide at Sonoma
Kyle Larson and Danica Patrick were involved in a collision after Dale Earnhardt Jr. spun out in the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma.
Staff picks for today’s Cup race at Sonoma
Here is a look at who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win today's race.
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Cup drivers in uncharted territory – stage racing on a road course
Today marks the first day stage racing will take place on a road course.
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Today’s Cup race at Sonoma: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the pertinent details for today's race.
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Starting lineup for Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma
Chip Ganassi Racing teammates Kyle Larson and Jamie McMurray will lead the field to green in Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma.
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William Byron: 'Everything's come full circle'
One week after missing out on a win at Michigan by .012 seconds, William Byron describes what it's like to break through for his first victory.
Elliott Sadler remains No. 1 in Xfinity standings after Iowa race
Saturday was Sadler's 800th career NASCAR start across all three major series: Cup, Xfinity and Trucks.
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Hornish Jr. forced out of Xfinity race after crash
Running in the top five after winning the race last year at Iowa, Sam Hornish Jr.'s night ends early as he suffers irreparable damage from contact with the wall.
Race results from Saturday night’s American Ethanol e15 250 at Iowa
William Byron won't forget his first Xfinity Series race -- and win -- at Iowa Speedway.
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William Byron wins first career Xfinity race
William Byron took the checkered flag at Iowa in the American Ethanol E15 250 for his first career win in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
William Byron takes claims first Xfinity win at Iowa
Wiliam Byron earned his first career Xfinity Series win on Saturday night at Iowa.
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Christopher Bell takes pole for tonight’s Xfinity race in Iowa
Christopher Bell earned the pole for tonight's American Ethanol e15 250 at Iowa Speedway.
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Carl Edwards doesn’t miss racing: ‘Enjoying life, it’s good’
Carl Edwards says he has no plans of returning to NASCAR racing.
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Kyle Larson earns second straight Cup Series pole
Kyle Larson has now won two poles in a row and three total thus far in 2017.
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NASCAR returns to NBC from Daytona
NASCAR heads to Daytona for the Coke Zero 400, live on Saturday July 1st at 7 p.m. ET on NBC.
One last chance for Dale Jr. at Daytona
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will step inside the car for one final crack at victory lane in at the Coke Zero 400 on Saturday July 1st, 7 p.m. ET on NBC.
Trevor Bayne: ‘Hardest it’s ever been to leave home'
Trevor Bayne talks about the challenges in son Levi's birth last week, missing his family and looking forward to seeing them after Sunday's race.
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Tonight’s Xfinity race at Iowa: Start time, weather, TV/radio info
All the pertinent details for the 14th race of the Xfinity season.
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Stenhouse Jr., Larson want Cup All-Star Race at Iowa Speedway
The short track in Newton, Ohio, has hosted Xfinity and Truck races since 2009.
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Saturday’s track schedules at Sonoma and Iowa
Check out this afternoon's Xfinity Series race at Iowa Speedway.
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Stats, Results for Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway
John Hunter Nemechek won his fifth Camping World Truck Series race off a late restart.
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Johnny Sauter keeps Truck points lead, John Hunter Nemechek in eighth
Johnny Sauter has a 42-point lead over Christopher Bell.
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John Hunter Nemechek wins at Iowa, second Truck victory in a row
John Hunter Nemechek took the lead on a late restart and powered to the win in the M&M's 200.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s farewell tour begins at Sonoma with service dogs named in his honor
Three Labrador Retriever puppies named "Dale, "Amy" and "Junior" will be trained to help children with disabilities.
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Kyle Larson fastest in final Sonoma practice session, Kyle Busch second
Chase Elliott and Erik Jones go to backup cars after wrecking in practice.
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Noah Gragson earns second Truck Series pole of year for M&M’s 200 at Iowa
Noah Gragson and Christopher Bell will start on the front row of the race at Iowa Speedway.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. keeps door open for future Daytona 500 run, TV work
Dale Earnhardt Jr.: 'I don’t know that I won’t ever run the Daytona 500 again if the right deal comes along.'
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Cole Custer fastest in final Xfinity practice at Iowa Speedway
Cole Custer led Christopher Bell and Blake Koch in the final practice for the American Ethanol E15 250.
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Martin Truex Jr. leads first Cup practice at Sonoma
Matt Kenseth blew an engine during session.
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Kyle Larson looks to keep hot streak going
Kyle Larson has one Cup Series win and three sprint car victories in the last two weeks. Can the success translate to Sonoma?
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Kyle Benjamin fastest in opening Xfinity Series practice at Iowa
Joe Gibbs Racing drivers are 1-2 in practice.
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Report: Chad Knaus’ laptop stolen in San Francisco
The Associated Press reports that Chad Knaus had his computer stolen Wednesday night from his rental car.
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Keselowski chief won't be in Sonoma after daughter's birth
Crew chief Paul Wolfe's wife delivered their second child
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Brandon Jones leads final Truck practice at Iowa
Ryan Truex is No. 2 on the speed chart in the final session.
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Three Cup teams penalized 15 minutes of practice
Kurt Busch's Stewart-Haas Racing among teams penalized for inspection issues last weekend at Michigan.
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Christopher Bell leads opening Truck practice at Iowa
John Hunter Nemechek, coming off his win at Gateway, was fourth in the opening practice.
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Alon Day reaches yet another milestone as first Israeli to compete in Cup race
Said Alon Day: 'I’m making history for my country and so many people in the Jewish community.'
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NASCAR America: Wisconsin, Wyoming featured in My Home Track finale
The My Home Track series concluded Thursday with visits to State Park Speedway in Wisconsin and Speedwater Speedway in Wyoming.
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NASCAR has niche to scratch and Kyle Larson is key
As society's entertainment options become fragmented, focusing on hooking race fans -- particularly those who love dirt -- is the way to rebuild audience.
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Friday’s schedules at Sonoma and Iowa
Looking for a NASCAR race to watch tonight? Try the M&M's 200 Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway.
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NASCAR America: Navigating Sonoma means plenty of twists and turns
Take a ride around Sonoma's twists and turns in the iRacing Simulator with NASCAR America's Parker Kligerman.
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NASCAR America: Which NASCAR driver is ready for zombie apocalypse?
Now there’s something you don’t hear NASCAR drivers talk about every day: how to prepare — and potentially survive — a zombie apocalypse. Our intrepid reporter, Rutledge Wood, threw...
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NASCAR America: John Hunter Nemechek looks to overcome small team, funding
Nemco Motorsports and John Hunter Nemechek are going to need more financial help to assure they can compete in this year's Truck playoffs after winning last weekend at Gateway.
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NASCAR America: Papis teaching next generation of NASCAR champions
Max Papis has 36 career NASCAR Cup starts and 95 overall starts across all 3 major NASCAR series.
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Sonoma Raceway allows small margin of error
Sonoma Raceway contains a multitude of shifts and corners that are sure to present challenges to drivers. The NASCAR America crew breaks down what sets this racetrack apart.
Are NASCAR drivers worried about zombies?
NASCAR drivers discuss what they would do in the event of a zombie apocalypse, and there is one driver in particular who seems extra prepared for one.
NASCAR America: Sonoma is full of surprises with little time to prepare
The scouting report on Sonoma: Big and long track, lots of turns and little time to prepare for it all.
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My Home Track: Wisconsin and Wyoming
Get to know State Park Speedway in Wisconsin and Sweetwater Speedway in Wyoming in our final My Home Track feature.
Sonoma Raceway is full of unexpected difficulties
It takes awhile to become accustomed to Sonoma Raceway, especially with few practice laps, which will reveal the personality of the drivers.
Simulating the twists and turns of Sonoma Raceway
Sonoma Raceway is an extremely technical racetrack full of winding turns. Parker Kligerman takes us through a simulation of what drivers might expect this weekend.
Nemechek looks for more funding after big win
John Hunter Nemechek qualified for the playoffs last week, but with a small team and limited funding, he will need help to get there.
Papis teaching next generation of NASCAR champions
Max Papis is mentoring the next generation of NASCAR champions after a career spanning all divisions of the sport.
Former NASCAR driver Robby Gordon banned from racing in Australia
Robby Gordon got hungry to do some donuts in his truck. Now he's banned for doing so.
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NASCAR America live at 5:30 p.m. ET: Can Dale Jr. win at Sonoma, My Home Track finale
We continue the countdown to Sunday's race at Sonoma and also wrap up our popular 'My Home Track' series.
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Ryan: How did debris yellows get a green flag? Tracking trash over the past 16 years
Safety was the impetus but should NASCAR use more caution in pausing races? Also notes on Silly Season, Sonoma-style; a new breed of road-course aces; the baby boom in the Cup Series.
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NASCAR weekend racing schedule at Sonoma (Cup), Iowa (Trucks, Xfinity)
It's a busy and full weekend of racing at both Sonoma Raceway and Iowa Speedway.
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Stage lengths announced for next month’s Xfinity race at Indianapolis
Stage lengths for the Xfinity Series race at Indianapolis will run 30, 30 and 40 laps each.
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Xfinity Series Spotlight: Ty Majeski, the driver Mark Martin calls ‘the one’
Ty Majeski makes his Xfinity debut driving the No. 60 Ford made famous by Mark Martin.
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Joe Gibbs Racing exec: Team will ensure Denny Hamlin Xfinity penalty ‘doesn’t happen again’
Senior vice president of operations Jimmy Makar says Joe Gibbs Racing won't appeal penalty.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Washington, West Virginia
NASCAR America doubles up on states and Greg Biffle remembers racing in his home state of Washington.
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NASCAR America: Jeff Burton, Greg Biffle draft their dream four-car teams
With the NHL and NBA drafts this weekend, NASCAR America has its own draft of dream drivers.
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NASCAR America: Jamie McMurray sees Sonoma as track he can win at
Jamie McMurray talks with Dave Burns about how he prepares for the demands of Sonoma Raceway.
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NASCAR America: You want rivalries? Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski have the best one in NASCAR
Jeff Burton says sometimes we miss rivalries that are "sitting right in front of us."
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NASCAR America: Sonoma Raceway a challenge for young drivers
Greg Biffle and Jeff Burton discuss why the California road course can surprise inexperienced drivers.
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My Home Track: West Virginia's Ona Speedway
NBC Sports travels to West Virginia to visit the asphalt oval of Ona Speedway. Once run under the operation of Dick Clark, this track is now run by Scott Pierson.
My Home Track: Washington's Deming Speedway
The latest installment of My Home Track travels to the home of Starbucks, Amazon and grunge to visit Deming Speedway. Located in the northern part of Washington, this dirt track is where Kasey Kahne got his...
Biffle, Burton draft their NASCAR dream teams
Jeff Burton and Greg Biffle have the chance to draft their NASCAR dream teams, but who do they pick? Is it better to have experience or youth?
Sonoma will challenge young, inexperienced drivers
The Cup Series heads to Sonoma this weekend for the first of two road courses on the schedule, which could pose additional challenges for young drivers like Ryan Blaney and Chase Elliott.
Ky. Busch, Keselowski highlight NASCAR's rivalries
It may be difficult to have consistent rivalries in NASCAR, but the battles between Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski show that it is possible.
Sonoma Raceway central to launching Kurt Busch’s NASCAR career
Winning the 1999 Southwest Tour race at the road course led to Kurt Busch's ride with Roush Fenway Racing.
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McMurray looks for standings boost at Sonoma
Jamie McMurray talks about the strong season his teammate Kyle Larson is having and how his own chances at making The Chase could be boosted with a win at Sonoma.
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Sonoma preview, rivalries, 50 States: Washington
With the NBA and NHL draft approaching, Jeff Burton and Greg Biffle conduct their own driver draft.
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NASCAR suspends winning Xfinity crew chief two races
NASCAR suspends Chris Gabehart two races for because splitter on Denny Hamlin's winning Xfinity car was not flat.
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USAC champion Chris Windom to make Truck debut at Eldora Speedway
The 26-year-old USAC champion will drive the No. 36 Chevrolet for MB Motorsports.
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Hendrick Motorsports, Danica Patrick documentaries announced for later this year
Director Peter Berg produced "Road to Race Day," an eight-part series that looks at Hendrick Motorsports and its 2016 season.
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Brad Keselowski could be without crew chief Paul Wolfe at Sonoma
Crew chief Paul Wolfe's wife is expecting their second child soon.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Virginia
"50 States in 50 Shows" looks at Langley Speedway, a track that was once a staple of the Cup Series.
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Kyle Larson extends winning streak with another victory on dirt
Kyle Larson wins All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car race at Sharon Speedway.
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NASCAR America: How Joe Gibbs Racing, Furniture Row Racing work together
Joe Gibbs Racing and Furniture Row Racing are in their second year of a technical alliance.
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NASCAR America: Joey Logano: Finishing third at Michigan ‘felt like a win,’ which isn’t a good thing
Joey Logano earned his first top-five finish in six races and announced he'll soon be a father.
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NASCAR America: William Byron reflects on narrow loss in Michigan Xfinity race
William Byron called into NASCAR America three days after his close loss to Denny Hamlin at Michigan.
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NASCAR America: Which winless Cup drivers can win at Sonoma?
NASCAR America's analysts break down who they'll be watching at Sonoma Raceway and beyond.
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Furniture Row benefiting from JGR alliance
NASCAR America looks at the Furniture Row-Joe Gibbs Racing alliance and analyzes how Martin Truex Jr. has benefited from it.
Joey Logano: We aren't in panic mode yet
Joey Logano says he and Team Penske aren't in "panic mode" in regards to the playoffs, but understands he needs to win a race and soon.
My Home Track: Virginia's Langley Speedway
Get to know more about Virginia's Langley Speedway with our latest My Home Track feature.
Ato Boldon compares track to NASCAR
Four-time Olympic medalist Ato Boldon is enjoying the opportunity to engage a new challenge in covering NASCAR.
Scan All: Kyle Larson's memorable win at Michigan
Here's a behind the scenes look at Kyle Larson's impressive victory at Michigan International Speedway.
Byron analyzes close Xfinity loss to Hamlin
William Byron analyzes his narrow loss to Denny Hamlin in the Xfinity series at Michigan and discusses who has helped him the most in his development.
Kyle Busch, Dale Jr. could end winless run
Kyle Busch and Dale Jr. have surprisingly struggled to get a win this season but that could change this weekend at Sonoma.
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Scan All and 50 States: Virginia
NASCAR America's analysts also look ahead to this weekend's race at Sonoma.
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Darlington Raceway to honor Dale Earnhardt Sr. on Sept. 2
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kelley Earnhardt, Kerry Earnhardt and Richard Childress will share stories of 'The Intimidator.'
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Four-time Olympic medalist to explore different aspects of NASCAR for NBC Sports
Ato Boldon will get a feel of what the NASCAR experience is like and share it with viewers this season.
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Boris Said to race at Sonoma for Jeffrey Earnhardt
Veteran road racer will be making his 17th career Cup start at Sonoma Raceway.
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Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America raises $1.3 million
Charity ride collects largest fund since 2008.
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NASCAR on NBC podcast, Ep. 84: Alba Colon on keeping secrets and Chevy’s ‘secret’ simulator
The Chevrolet Racing program manager discusses her position as one of the more powerful women in NASCAR and her efforts to attract women and minorities to engineering jobs in racing.
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John Hunter Nemechek gets additional sponsorship
John Hunter Nemechek said after last weekend's win he wasn't sure how many races he'd drive because of limited sponsorship.
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Martins Motorsports returns to Truck Series with Matt Mills at Iowa
Matt Mills will make his fourth Truck start of the year in the Iowa 200.
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Bump & Run: Should Kyle Busch’s team be frustrated or encouraged?
NBC's Steve Letarte, Parker Kligerman, Nate Ryan and Dustin Long also discuss which driver they'll be watching in the weeks ahead.
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NASCAR America: 50 States in 50 Shows: Vermont
Ken Squier calls in to discuss the track he co-founded, the Thunder Road International Speedbowl.
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Ashton and Trevor Bayne welcome baby boy
Levi Jensen Bayne weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20 inches long at birth.
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Kyle Larson keeps winning, adds another dirt track triumph; Kasey Kahne second
Kyle Larson has won NASCAR Cup, World of Outlaws and All Star Circuit of Champions races in the last week.
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NASCAR America: Slugger Labbe praises John Hunter Nemechek after emotional Truck win
With very few races left with sponsorship, John Hunter Nemechek won Saturday at Gateway Motorsports Park.
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NASCAR America: Kyle Larson ‘made a lot of his own luck’ with Michigan restarts
Two weeks after Kyle Larson lost at Dover on a restart, NASCAR America's analysts discuss what he did right at Michigan.
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NASCAR America: Steve Letarte says ‘Debris cautions need to be proven,’ namely in playoffs
NASCAR America's analysts discuss the need for clarity on debris cautions late in races.
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Kyle Busch still winless, but only by circumstance
Kyle Busch suffered another close loss on Sunday in Michigan and has not won this season, but he appears due for Victory Lane.
NASCAR America: Kyle Larson’s Michigan win celebrated by three generations of Larsons
Kyle Larson celebrated his third Cup win with his father, Mike Larson, and his 2-year-old son, Owen.
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NASCAR restarts are more difficult than they seem
So much goes into a restart in a NASCAR race. The NASCAR America crew breaks down the many strategies that are used.
My Home Track: Vermont's Thunder Road Speedbowl
Get to know more about Vermont's Thunder Road Speedbowl with our latest My Home Track feature.
John Hunter Nemechek emotional after NCWTS win
John Hunter Nemechek took home his first win of the year in the Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park, and teared up in a post-race interview.
NASCAR must improve debris caution transparency
After controversy in Michigan with a late debris caution, Steve Letarte says NASCAR must make changes and become more transparent on rulings.
Larson powered by restarts in win at Michigan
Kyle Larson took home his second straight win at Michigan thanks to strong maneuvers during late restarts.
Kyle and Mike Larson break down win at Michigan
Kyle Larson and his dad, Mike, break down Kyle's big win at Michigan on Father's Day and how great it was to celebrate with the family in Victory Lane.
Kyle Larson addresses Indy 500 hopes, $800 Target visit and gives dad advice in Twitter Q&A
Kyle Larson fielded a slew of question from fans the day after earning his third Cup Series win.
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NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Michigan recap, debris cautions and 50 States: Vermont
Ken Squier will call in to talk about racing in his home state of Vermont.
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NASCAR Cup Series Awards banquet set for Nov. 30 in Las Vegas
The awards banquet will once again be held at the Wynn Las Vegas.
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Joe Gibbs Racing announces new role for former crew chief Dave Rogers
Dave Rogers will serve as technical director for the organization's Xfinity Series program.
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NASCAR’s preliminary entry lists for Sonoma, Iowa
Four drivers will be making their Cup Series debuts at Sonoma Raceway.
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Richard Petty Motorsports puts road racer in No. 43 for Sonoma
Billy Johnson, who recently competed at Le Mans, will race this weekend.
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NASCAR explains when it calls debris cautions
Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were critical of NASCAR for calling a debris caution late in Sunday's race at Michigan.
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Jamie McMurray matches 2016 top five total with Michigan finish
Jame McMurray rebounded from his DNF at Pocono to finish fifth Sunday at Michigan.
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Denny Hamlin earns third top five of year with late rally at Michigan
Denny Hamlin finished fourth after a series of late restarts and pit strategy scrambled the field at Michigan.
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Danica Patrick suffers another hard hit in a season of hits
Danica Patrick impacted the inside backstretch wall as part of a five-car accident with 10 laps to go.
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Chase Elliott’s ‘rut’ may be what helps him earn his first career Cup win
Chase Elliott's first career NASCAR Cup win still remains around the corner.
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Tony Stewart slams NASCAR for final debris yellow that ‘ruined’ race for many
Three Stewart-Haas Racing cars were involved in crashes after the unusually long caution.
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What drivers said after Michigan Cup race
See what several drivers had to say after Sunday's 400-mile race.
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Joey Logano snaps five-race slump, then reveals he’s going to be a dad
This is Logano's best finish since his win in April at Richmond, and then reveals he's going to be a father on Father's Day.
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Kyle Larson moves atop points standings, but Martin Truex Jr. increases playoff lead
The Chip Ganassi Racing driver leads by 5 points in the regular-season rankings after win at Michigan.
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Results of Michigan 400
Kyle Larson scores his second victory of the season.
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Jamie McMurray: Great day for Chip Ganassi Racing
Jamie McMurray says it was an overall great day for Chip Ganassi Racing at Michigan with him bouncing back after Pocono and Kyle Larson winning.
Chase Elliott 'proud' to fight back, finish second
Chase Elliott says he was just proud to "fight back" and finish second at Michigan after being forced to make some wholesale changes earlier in the week.
Kyle Larson on win: Great Father's Day present
Kyle Larson celebrates with his son in Victory Lane after winning at Michigan, calling it a "great Father's Day present to himself."
Joey Logano: We outperformed our car
Joey Logano says he was just happy nothing went wrong during the race at Michigan and was happy he was able to outperform his car.
Denny Hamlin: One bad pit stop set us back all day
Denny Hamlin explains that one bad pit stop cost him at Michigan because he was never able to get back up near the front.
Larson holds off Elliott to win at Michigan
Kyle Larson holds off Chase Elliott to win at Michigan for his second Cup victory of 2017.
Kyle Larson holds off Chase Elliott to capture FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan
Larson has now won the last three races on 2-mile tracks.
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Wallace, Suarez, Patrick crash with 10 to go
Bubba Wallace runs into rear of Daniel Suarez, pushing him into Danica Patrick, who hit hard into the inside retaining wall.
Truex goes 2-for-2: captures Stage 2 to go along with Stage 1 win at Michigan
Truex has won the first two stages in a race three times this season.
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Martin Truex Jr. wins Stage 1 at Michigan; leads series with nine stage wins
He has five more stage wins than second-ranked Kyle Busch.
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Staff picks for today’s Cup race at Michigan
Here is a look at who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win today's race.
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Five drivers forced to start at rear at Michigan
Daniel Suarez joins Jimmie Johnson, AJ Allmendinger, Landon Cassill and Ty Dillon in starting at the rear today.
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