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JGR reveals Xfinity races Kyle Busch will drive; Ty Dillon joins team
Kyle Busch, the all-time Xfinity Series winner, is scheduled to drive five series races for JGR. Ty Dillon will drive four Xfinity races.
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Kaulig Racing announces driver, crew chief lineups
Kaulig Racing announces its driver/crew chief lineup for the 2021 Xfinity season and also who will be the crew chief's for the team's Cup entry.
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Drivers named for Joe Gibbs Racing ‘star car’ in Xfinity Series
Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin to run at least one Xfinity race each in No. 54 Joe Gibbs Racing entry; Ty Gibbs to make Xfinity debut in entry.
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eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series returns for 2021
NASCAR stars will compete in a 10-race virtual series beginning March 24 on Bristol's dirt layout. NBC Sports will air the final five races.
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Kyle Busch looks ahead after struggles in 2020
The lessons Kyle Busch teaches son Brexton about racing are some of the same lessons he's learned in his career, particularly last season.
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Bubba Wallace named NMPA Pocono Spirit Award winner
The award honors character and achievement in the face of adversity, sportsmanship, and contributions to motorsports.
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Ryan Vargas to run for Xfinity Rookie of the Year honors
Ryan Vargas finished last season with JD Motorsports with Gary Keller and returns to the team this season.
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Jordan Anderson moving up to Xfinity Series in 2021
Truck Series driver/owner Jordan Anderson will go for Xfinity Series rookie of the year honors this season in his No. 31 Chevrolet.
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Stage lengths revealed for Cup season
Stage lengths for the 36-race Cup schedule were sent to teams as part of a rules bulletin on Monday.
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Xfinity Series: Alex Labbe returns to DGM Racing, seeks full season
Alex Labbe is currently set to run half of this season's Xfinity Series races with DGM; team is pursuing sponsorship to have him run all 33 races.
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Bubba Wallace sets goal of multiple wins for 2021 Cup season
Bubba Wallace: 'I know that I need to go out and perform and win races to become a household name on the racetrack.'
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Tony Stewart wins Arizona sprint car race
Cup team owner Tony Stewart scored his first sprint car victory of 2021, taking the checkered flag Sunday at Arizona Speedway.
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Denny Hamlin eyes Snowball Derby as race to run in 2021
Three-time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin seeks to run a Super Late Model this year with a goal of competing in the Snowball Derby.
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Kelley Blue Book to continue support of Chase Elliott
Company will serve as a two-race primary and full-season associate sponsor in the 2021 and 2022 Cup seasons.
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Landon Cassill to run full Xfinity season for JD Motorsports
Landon Cassill returns to full-time status as driver of the No. 4 JD Motorsports entry for the 2021 Xfinity Series season.
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Matt Tifft reveals cause of his seizures
Matt Tifft on what he's gone through: 'It can be very anxiety-inducing because it really changes almost everything you do in your regular life.'
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David Gilliland Racing sets driver-crew chief lineup for Truck Series season
David Gilliland Racing features incoming Truck rookie Hailie Deegan and Tanner Gray as full-season drivers, as well as Truck part-timer Taylor Gray.
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AJ Allmendinger making Cup return at Daytona road course
Returning Xfinity Series full-timer AJ Allmendinger will make his first Cup Series start since 2018 at the Daytona road course on Feb. 21.
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Spire Motorsports adds sponsor for Corey LaJoie
Schluter Systems will be the primary sponsor of Corey LaJoie's car in seven Cup races this season.
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Vinnie Miller, Ryan Ellis land part-time rides at BJ McLeod Motorsports
Vinnie Miller and Ryan Ellis join the driver roster for the No. 99 Xfinity Series entry at BJ McLeod Motorsports.
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Home track of Richie Evans and Jerry Cook up for sale
Utica-Rome Speedway, where Richie Evans and Jerry Cook often dueled in one of NASCAR's greatest rivalries, is up for sale.
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Music executive Scott Borchetta forms Xfinity Series team
Big Machine Racing Team plans to run the No. 48 Chevrolet full-time this Xfinity season with Jade Buford as the driver.
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Cindric to attempt to make Daytona 500
Reigning NASCAR Xfinity champion Austin Cindric seeks to make his Cup debut in next month's Daytona 500 with Team Penske.
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Cope to run Daytona 500 for Rick Ware
In what's being billed as his final Daytona 500 start, the 62-year-old Cope will drive the No. 15 Chevrolet for Rick Ware Racing.
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Ally to sponsor inaugural Cup race at Nashville Superspeedway
The Ally 400 is scheduled for Father's Day, Sunday, June 20, and serves as the opening race for NBC Sports' NASCAR coverage this season.
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Tentative schedule for Daytona 500 week
On-track action is set to begin Tuesday night, Feb. 9 with the exhibition Busch Clash on the Daytona road course.
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BJ McLeod forms new short track program with Travis Braden
Already a team owner in the NASCAR Xfinity and Cup Series, BJ McLeod expands his reach into short track racing with one of the discipline's top drivers.
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ARCA driver fined $1,000 for Snapchat video driving at Daytona
15-year-old Taylor Gray filmed and posted a Snapchat video of him driving his race car during an ARCA test session last Friday at Daytona.
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Ty Dillon to attempt Daytona 500 for Gaunt Brothers Racing
Ty Dillon will drive the No. 96 Gaunt Brothers Racing Toyota, as he seeks to make his seventh career start in the Daytona 500.
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Josh Bilicki joins Rick Ware Racing for full Cup season
Josh Bilicki is set for his first full NASCAR Cup Series season after being named driver of the No. 52 Rick Ware Racing entry on Tuesday.
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Jamie McMurray lands Daytona 500 ride for Spire Motorsports
2010 Daytona 500 winner Jamie McMurray will drive the No. 77 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet in pursuit of a second win in "The Great American Race."
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Stewart balances personal bliss, professional angst
Tony Stewart wants the record set straight regarding recent business decisions. He also finds himself happier in his personal life than ever before.
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Front Row Motorsports sponsor extends partnership
Michael McDowell's No. 34 car for Front Row Motorsports will have sponsorship from Fr8Auctions in six Cup races this season.
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Cody Ware to run full-time in Cup for Rick Ware Racing
Cody Ware returns to the Cup Series in 2021 after running one race in the series last season.
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2021 NASCAR start times, TV network info
Twelve NASCAR races will air on NBC in 2021.
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Kyle Larson scores second consecutive Chili Bowl Nationals win
Kyle Larson took the lead at the start and went on to win the Chili Bowl Nationals on Saturday night. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. placed seventh.
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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rallies to finish third Friday at Chili Bowl
Ricky Stenhouse went from 18th to third in Friday night's A-main at the Chili Bowl, completing a remarkable comeback after early issues.
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Bristol gives progress report on dirt track
The building of Bristol's new dirt configuration is on schedule ahead of its big events, including NASCAR Cup and Truck Series races in March.
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Pitbull joins Trackhouse Racing NASCAR Cup team as team partner
Superstar performer Pitbull signs on to be a co-owner of Trackhouse Racing ahead of the organization's debut in February at the Daytona 500.
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Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Justin Allgaier next up Friday at Chili Bowl
J.J. Yeley, former Cup driver Kasey Kahne, and 2020 ARCA Menards Series West champion Jesse Love are also among Friday night notables.
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Joey Gase back with Rick Ware Racing for 2021
Joey Gase will begin his 2021 Cup Series schedule for Rick Ware Racing at the Daytona 500 next month.
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Five key questions about 2021 Cup season
A look at if Chase Elliott's road course domination continues, why Ryan Blaney will be a driver to watch and how soon Kyle Larson wins this season.
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Christopher Bell wins Thursday night feature at Chili Bowl
Christopher Bell, dominated Thursday night, winning his heat race, qualifying race and the A-main at the Chili Bowl Nationals.
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Kris Wright lands Xfinity road course ride for Sam Hunt Racing
Kris Wright joins Sam Hunt Racing for a part-time 2021 Xfinity Series schedule that will focus on the seven road course races.
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Noah Gragson to attempt the Daytona 500
Xfinity Series regular Noah Gragson will attempt to make his Cup debut in next month's Daytona 500. He will drive the No. 62 for Beard Motorsports.
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Christopher Bell set to compete at Chili Bowl
Three-time Chili Bowl champion Christopher Bell leads the NASCAR contingent into Thursday's races.
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Bubba Wallace’s first paint scheme for 23XI Racing revealed
Bubba Wallace will run February's season-opening Daytona 500 in a red/white/black No. 23 Doordash Toyota for the new 23XI Racing.
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Chase Elliott has a ‘blast’ in Chili Bowl debut
Chase Elliott made his Chili Bowl debut. Brett Moffitt and Ryan Newman also were among NASCAR competitors on track Wednesday.
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Kaz Grala to attempt Daytona 500, other Cup races for Kaulig Racing
Kaz Grala will attempt to qualify for the Daytona 500 with Kaulig Racing. Grala also is set to run other Cup races with Kaulig this season.
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Chase Elliott makes Chili Bowl debut Wednesday night
Chase Elliott will be joined by NASCAR competitors Ryan Newman and Brett Moffitt in Wednesday night's action at the Chili Bowl Nationals.
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