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Kelly Crandall

Race cars don’t do well on ice Austin Dillon shows.
Fans have plenty of chances to take home a Martinsville Speedway grandfather clock.
Davey Allison’s car is in the Hall of Fame but some want him there permanently.
The NASCAR community shared their snow adventures on social media.
A look at the 18 new cars on Glory Road in the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Joe Falk and Curtis Key will field the No. 33 Chevrolet this year.
Johnny Sauter earned his first Truck championship in 2016.
The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is officially here.
The Xfinity Series will see a change in competition this year.
The 2017 CWTS season will have five standalone races.
Matt Crafton barely missed out on his third Truck championship.
The 2015 Cup champion came up short of defending his title in Homestead.
Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart, and Daniel Suarez make the cut in “Best sounds of 2016.”
Erik Jones was one of the Xfinity Series best in 2016 but finished fourth in points.
Ty Dillon’s winless drought continued in 2016.
Daniel Hemric had a strong 2016 season but failed to win a race.
Blake Koch was the surprise underdog of the Xfinity Series Chase picture.
Brennan Poole finished top 10 in points and earned career-highs in other categories.
Brandon Jones made the Chase and finished top 10 in points in his rookie year.
Two-time Daytona 500 winner Michael Waltrip says he’ll be back in 2017.
Joey Logano surprises motorists by buying their gas.
Darrell Wallace Jr. is still looking for his first win in the Xfinity Series.
Myatt Snider joins Kyle Busch, Todd Gilliland and Harrison Burton in the No. 51.
Brad Keselowski had a great regular season but didn’t make it far in the Chase.