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NASCAR adjusts Next Gen test schedule
NASCAR adds a test on the Charlotte oval in December, moves Phoenix test from December to January.
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Richard Petty Motorsports adds sponsor for 2022 season
Richard Petty Motorsports announces a new sponsor to NASCAR and one that will be on Eric Jones' car for 26 races during the 2022 Cup season.
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Chase Elliott looks outside his comfort zone to race different cars
Chase Elliott will make his sprint car debut Tuesday night at Merced (California) Speedway and will compete in the Nitro Rallycross event Dec. 4-5.
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Spire Motorsports to field Truck Series team in 2022
Spire Motorsports will expand its operation beyond the Cup Series.
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NASCAR penalizes Xfinity team for testing violation at Rockingham Speedway
NASCAR docks team points, issues fine and suspends crew chief six points events for violation. Team will appeal the penalties.
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NASCAR stock market report: Who was up, down in 2021?
A look at the NASCAR stock market report in terms of which drivers finished higher in points in 2021 compared to 2020 and which drivers were down.
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Kyle Larson to be a promoter of California dirt track
Cup champion Kyle Larson and World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet will be promoters of Silver Dollar Speedway, a dirt track in Chico, California.
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SMI executive: Goal is to “modernize” North Wilkesboro for racing, events
Speedway Motorsports president/CEO Marcus Smith spoke on funding for North Wilkesboro Speedway under the state of North Carolina's budget.
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2022 ARCA East and West series schedules announced
The ARCA Menards Series East and West schedules for 2022 have been announced; 11 races on tap for the West, seven races set for the East.
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NASCAR to have practice, knockout qualifying for 2022 season
NASCAR announces knockout qualifying and practice format for 2022 Cup, Xfinity and Truck Series events. Knockout qualifying to be used at most events.
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Brad Keselowski building ‘culture of high expectations’ at RFK Racing
Brad Keselowski shares his expectations for those at RFK Racing, as the team seeks to return among the elite in the NASCAR Cup Series.
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Joey Gase forming his own Xfinity Series team
Joey Gase Racing plans to run full-time next season in the Xfinity Series, with Gase handling driving duties for "most" of the schedule.
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Kyle Larson’s hometown set to celebrate his Cup title
Elk Grove, California will host a parade Monday in honor of native son and newly crowned NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson.
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Four drivers deliver improved marks during playoff stretch
Four drivers, including William Byron, enter the offseason on a high, delivering improved marks in key statistical categories.
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NASCAR will cut spoiler for Thursday’s Next Gen test at Charlotte
NASCAR official explains reason for the change, discusses how the car performed in a crash Wednesday and discussed a fix to steering wheel issues.
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Next Gen car proves challenging to drivers at Charlotte test
A crash and multiple spins took place in the first five hours of the two-day NASCAR Next Gen test at the Charlotte Motor Speedway oval Wednesday,
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23XI Racing secures charter for Kurt Busch’s car
Steve Lauletta, president of 23XI Racing, tells SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that the team has secured a charter in a deal with StarCom Racing and Spire Motorsports.
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GMS Racing announces crew chief for Ty Dillon
GMS Racing announced Tuesday that former Chip Ganassi Racing engineer Jerame Donley will be crew chief for Ty Dillon and its No. 94 Chevrolet.
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Noah Gragson, Beard Motorsports to make Daytona 500 attempt
For the second straight year, Noah Gragson will drive the No. 62 Beard Motorsports Chevrolet in an attempt to make the Daytona 500 (Feb. 20).
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Roush changes names to Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing
Team co-owned by Brad Keselowski, Jack Roush and Fenway Sports Group reveals new name.
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23XI Racing bolsters competition side
Billy Scott named crew chief for Kurt Busch, No. 45 team; Bootie Barker elevated to full-time crew chief for Bubba Wallace, No. 23 team.
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Xfinity: Josh Williams will not return to DGM Racing in 2022
Xfinity Series driver Josh Williams and DGM Racing are parting ways after five seasons together. Williams finished 18th in points this season.
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Title paths for Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin viable despite Phoenix result
The Joe Gibbs Racing duo didn't claim a championship but their chosen paths towards the title race are blazed, ready to be duplicated.
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How a pit road conversation helped Ross Chastain see things differently
An incident at Pocono and a conversation on pit road after that race helped change the direction of Ross Chastain's Cup season.
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Memorable moments from the 2021 NASCAR season
Some of the most memorable NASCAR moments from 2021, including breakthrough wins, short track tempers, and one very clutch pit stop.
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Chase Elliott joining Kyle Larson for upcoming USAC midget race
Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott will both compete Nov. 18-20 in the USAC National Midget Championship Hangtown 100 at Placerville (Calif.) Speedway.
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Brian Wilson named crew chief for 2022 Cup rookie Harrison Burton
Brian Wilson will call the shots for Harrison Burton and the No. 21 Wood Brothers Racing team next season in the Cup Series.
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What Kyle Larson’s title win reminds us about modern-day NASCAR
David Smith identifies what Kyle Larson's 2021 title win reminds us about modern-day NASCAR.
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Behind the Scenes: Larson wins NASCAR Cup Series
Take a behind the scenes look of Kyle Larson's historic NASCAR Cup Series Championship celebration.
Dave Elenz named crew chief for Erik Jones, No. 43 team
Dave Elenz is joining Richard Petty Motorsports to become crew chief for Erik Jones and the No. 43 team next season in the Cup Series.
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Bob Jenkins named 2021 Squier-Hall Award recipient
Legendary motorsports broadcaster Bob Jenkins, who passed away in August, will be honored during the NASCAR Hall of Fame's induction ceremony on Jan. 21.
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Phoenix penalty report: Kyle Busch’s crew chief suspended for 2022 Clash
Phoenix penalty report: Ben Beshore, crew chief for Kyle Busch, suspended for February's Clash and fined $20,000 due to lug nut violations.
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Front Row to run two Cup cars in 2022; Anthony Alfredo will not return
Front Row Motorsports announced Tuesday that while it will keep its two-car Cup program in 2022, Anthony Alfredo will "explore other opportunities."
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Larson has best NASCAR season in modern history
Kyle Larson uses the first pit stall to his advantage at Phoenix, holds off challenges from Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, and Chase Elliott to win his first career Cup title, and celebrates afterward with...
2022 Clash format includes heats, last chance qualifiers
The 2022 Clash at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will be a two-day event with practice, heat races and last chance qualifiers as part of its format.
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NASCAR Power Rankings: Kyle Larson finishes year No. 1
Cup champion Kyle Larson finishes the year No. 1 in the NBC Sports NASCAR Power Rankings after a dominant performance throughout the 2021 season.
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Speedway Motorsports acquires Dover Motorsports
Speedway Motorsports announces it has a deal to purchase Dover Motorsports, which owns Dover International Speedway and Nashville Superspeedway.
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Phoenix continues trend of first-time NASCAR series champion
For the fourth time in the last five years, the Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series champion earned their first series title.
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Voting for Most Popular Driver award opens Tuesday
Fan voting for the 2021 NMPA Most Popular Driver award begins Tuesday at 12 p.m. ET. Chase Elliott has been voted MPD for the past three seasons.
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NASCAR Championship Weekend winners and losers
NASCAR Championship Weekend saw Kyle Larson finish off an impressive year by winning the Cup title. Who else is on our list of winners and losers?
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Kyle Larson’s Cup title caps one of greatest seasons in U.S. racing history
Jeff Gordon on Kyle Larson: "The greats know, in the toughest moments, when the heat is on, how to rise up and pull something off that others aren’t capable."
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Championship got away on pit stops and stall selection for other contenders at Phoenix
For the three losers in the NASCAR Championship 4 at Phoenix Raceway, it came down to a blazing final pit stop and premium pit selection for Kyle Larson.
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What drivers said after Phoenix
Check out what drivers said after Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series championship race at Phoenix.
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Larson caps incredible season with Cup title
Kyle Larson's 10th win of the season comes at Phoenix Raceway in the series finale, as the No. 5 Hendrick Motorsports driver captures his first career championship.
Larson: 'Without pit stop we are not champions'
Kyle Larson's win and championship "starts with the pit stop" late in the race, as Larson says his team came up "clutch." The No. 5 Hendrick driver analyzes his win and shares why he's so thankful for a...
Larson celebrates in victory lane, gets Cup trophy
Kyle Larson celebrates in victory lane and is presented the series trophy by NASCAR's Steve Phelps. Also hear from team owner Rick Hendrick, Vice Chairman Jeff Gordon, crew chief Cliff Daniels, and Larson's...
Cup Series championship at Phoenix – Race results, driver points
The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season is in the books. Check out the full results from Sunday's championship race at Phoenix.
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Highlights: Larson wins at Phoenix, Cup title
Kyle Larson holds off the other three Championship 4 challengers Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, and Chase Elliott to win the NASCAR Cup season finale at Phoenix Raceway and with it his first career series...
Elliott loses lead during late caution at Phoenix
Chase Elliott was pleased with the preparation of the No. 9 team ahead of the Cup season finale at Phoenix, as he finishes fifth in the race, fourth in the final standings, and congratulates teammate Kyle...
'Things just didn't pan out' for Hamlin at Phoenix
Denny Hamlin was "exceptional" during the long runs at Phoenix Raceway, but a piece of debris that brought out a late caution changed everything, as Hamlin finishes third in the race and in the final...