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March 28 in NASCAR history: Texas Terry Labonte gets a home win
In 1999, the third year of its existence, Texas Motor Speedway hosted a Cup Series win for its native son, two-time champion Terry Labonte.
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NASCAR teams impacted by North Carolina stay at home order
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issues a 30-day order for residents to stay at home. Order impacts NASCAR industry with most teams based in the state.
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Jimmie Johnson wants to drive in IndyCar race on July 4 at Indianapolis
Jimmie Johnson told NBC Sports’ Leigh Diffey he will take “very hard look” at racing in the IndyCar GMR Grand Prix in Indianapolis on July 4.
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eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series reminds Clint Bowyer of being a rookie
Clint Bowyer expects the competition level of Sunday's eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series race to be better "across the board."
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Jimmie Johnson to compete in IndyCar iRacing Challenge opener
Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion will race against IndyCar drivers Saturday on a virtual Watkins Glen International.
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March 27 in NASCAR history: Cale Yarborough’s show car wins at Atlanta
In 1983, Cale Yarborough won two of the first four NASCAR Cup Series races in backup car. The car for his second win was unique.
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Top 5 NASCAR moments from Texas
Counting down the top 5 NASCAR moments from Texas Motor Speedway, including Jeff Gordon's fights with Jeff Burton in 2011 and Brad Keselowski in 2014, as well as Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s first Cup Series...
IndyCar, NASCAR at Indy on July 4 weekend
Indianapolis Motor Speedway reschedules its IndyCar races and now will have IndyCar run on IMS' road course the same day as the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
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Top five NASCAR confrontations
Highlighting some of the most heated NASCAR fights in the recent memory.
N.C. Governor enlists Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson for COVID-19 PSA
NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson recorded a PSA about proper health habits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Ryan Blaney throws helmet into eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series
After serving as Chase Elliott's "crew chief" last weekend, Ryan Blaney is stepping into an iRacing rig for Sunday's Pro Invitational race.
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March 26 in NASCAR History: Matt Kenseth turns Jeff Gordon, Gordon shoves back
In 2006 at Bristol, Matt Kenseth and Jeff Gordon got into it on the track and on pit road. All while Kurt Busch won his fifth Bristol race.
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Bowyer wants to have bang for fan’s buck when racing returns
Stewart-Haas Racing's four Cup drivers shared their thoughts on the challenges they're expecting from a potentially packed schedule upon racing's return.
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More NASCAR teams under stay at home order
Two North Carolina counties that are home to some NASCAR Cup teams, have issued stay at home orders that begin Thursday and go through April 16.
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Kyle Busch Motorsports ‘half business as usual’ during racing pause
On Kevin Harvick's SiriusXM NASCAR Radio show, Kyle Busch discussed the status of his Truck Series team and his new energy drink brand.
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Teams notified that NASCAR employee tests positive for COVID-19
NASCAR notifies all teams that a series employee, who was at Atlanta Motor Speedway before those races were postponed, tested positive for COVID-19.
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March 25 in NASCAR history: Car of Tomorrow makes debut
The "Car of Tomorrow" made its big debut on March 25, 2007 with a win by Kyle Busch at Bristol Motor Speedway. Busch immediately threw it under the bus.
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Top 5 moments from Tony Stewart's racing career
Look back at Tony Stewart's most memorable moments in racing, from his Allstate 400 win in 2005 to his NASCAR Hall of Fame induction in 2020.
How Jordan Anderson discovered his race hauler is a ‘time capsule’
With NASCAR shut down during a pandemic, Truck Series driver-owner Jordan Anderson had time to find some racing history in his hauler.
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eNASCAR race draws record TV audience for eSports event
Last weekend's inaugural eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series race from a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway drew 903,000 TV viewers.
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NASCAR’s Pro Invitational iRacing Series continues Sunday
The eNASCAR event from a virtual Texas Motor Speedway will air at 1 p.m. ET and be simulcast on the FOX broadcast network and FS1.
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Dave Marcis on being friends with Dale Earnhardt and spinning him
Former NASCAR driver Dave Marcis shares stories with NBC Sports about his friendship with Dale Earnhardt and the time Marcis spun the Intimidator.
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Charlotte Motor Speedway complex repurposed for COVID-19 testing
The Charlotte Motor Speedway complex is the first professional sports venue in the country to serve as a remote testing site for COVID-19.
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Top 5 moments from Danica Patrick's racing career
Take a look back at Danica Patrick's top 5 moments in motorsports, from her 2014 finish in Atlanta to the Indy 500 and more.
March 24 in NASCAR History: Buddy Baker breaks 200 mph barrier
Eighteen years before the introduction of restrictor plates in NASCAR, Buddy Baker became the first man to break the 200 mph barrier on a closed course.
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Amid iRacing spotlight, Timmy Hill ‘can’t stop’ working on real race team
Timmy Hill is getting the most exposure of his racing career, but he's hard at work getting ready for when it's possible to race in real life again.
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Ryan Newman thanks fans for ‘their prayers’
Ryan Newman sent a tweet to fans on Monday thanking them for "their prayers. ... I've been blessed in so many ways."
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Where Are They Now? Dave Marcis ‘ready to hop back into a race car’
Only three drivers ran more NASCAR Cup races than Dave Marcis, who came from the short tracks of Wisconsin to run with Richard Petty and others.
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Kyle Petty Charity Ride postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19
Scheduled to take place in May, this year's Kyle Petty Charity Ride has been postponed until 2021.
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Winners and losers from virtual Homestead
A look at the winners and losers from the inaugural eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series race from a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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Kevin Harvick’s ‘Happy Hours’ to return this week
Kevin Harvick's 'Happy Hours' show will return Wednesday with weekly episodes on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio up to the resumption of the racing season.
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March 23 in NASCAR History: The Kyle and Kyle Show at Auto Club Speedway
Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson put on a show in both NASCAR races at Auto Club Speedway in 2014. Larson won the Xfinity race, while Busch won the Cup race.
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What drivers said after iRacing at Homestead
Here is what drivers said after the inaugural NASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series exhibition race at a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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Denny Hamlin wins at virtual Homestead
With the real race at Homestead-Miami Speedway postponed, NASCAR drivers ran a 100-lap virtual race on iRacing. Denny Hamlin beat Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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Top 5 moments at Homestead-Miami
With no Cup race at Homestead-Miami Speedway today, check out our top five memorable NASCAR moments from the track. What's your favorite?
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March 22 in NASCAR History: Johnny Beauchamp’s Revenge
What do you do after having your win in the inaugural Daytona 500 overturned and awarded to Lee Petty? If you're Johnny Beauchamp, you win your next race.
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Today’s iRacing Cup race at virtual Homestead: Start time and more
NASCAR competitors will race today on a virtual Homestead-Miami Speedway in the inaugural event of the eNASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series.
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With races postponed, NASCAR drivers sign digital autographs
Racing may be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but several NASCAR drivers have found a creative new way to sign autographs for fans.
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March 21 in NASCAR History: Jeff Burton wrecks in rain, wins at Darlington
Jeff Burton was leading when it began raining at Darlington Raceway on March 21, 1999. Burton wrecked, but still won the rain-shortened race.
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NASCAR Heat exhibition with $10,000 in prize money set for today
Tyler Reddick and Kaz Grala will part of the exhibition races held on a digital Homestead-Miami Speedway today with $10,000 in prize money at stake.
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Top 8 NASCAR Moments: Dale Jr.
Counting down the top 8 moments from Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s NASCAR career, including consecutive Busch Series titles in 1998 and 1999, his first Cup win in 2000 at Texas, and his 2001 Daytona win after Dale...
Top 5 NASCAR moments from Homestead-Miami
Counting down the top 5 NASCAR moments from Homestead-Miami Speedway, including Kurt Busch losing his tire yet still winning the 2004 title, Jimmie Johnson's seventh career championship, and Tony Stewart's...
Jimmie Johnson looks forward to trying IndyCar in future
Jimmie Johnson won't be able to test an IndyCar in April for Arrow McLaren, but he still wants to get into a car to test at some point.
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Top 10 NASCAR Moments: Kyle Busch
Counting down the top 10 moments from Kyle Busch's illustrious NASCAR career, including his Cup Series championships in 2015 and 2019.
March 20 in NASCAR History: Carl Edwards’ dramatic first Cup Series win
On March 20, 2005, Carl Edwards beat Jimmie Johnson at Atlanta Motor Speedway by .028 seconds to score his first career NASCAR Cup Series win.
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iRacing gives Cup rookie feel of the real thing and more
NASCAR Cup rookie Christopher Bell says he feels more nerves before an iRacing event. Fans respond to Wood Brothers plea to help older adults.
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FS1 to show iRacing Pro Invitational Series race with NASCAR drivers
The 35-driver field will include Dale Earnhardt Jr., Hall of Famer Bobby Labonte and Kyle Busch. The race will air at 1:30 p.m. ET Sunday on FS1.
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Joey Logano: ‘We gotta run’ all 36 Cup races after postponements
On SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, Joey Logano addressed why NASCAR needs to run every scheduled race following postponements for the COVID-19 pandemic.
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March 19 in NASCAR history: Austin Dillon steals Xfinity win at Auto Club in 2016
After Kyle Busch lost a tire and Daniel Suarez ran out of gas, Austin Dillon swooped in on the final lap to win the 2016 Xfinity race in Fontana.
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March 18 in NASCAR History: David Pearson begins epic 1973 run at Rockingham
David Pearson only competed in 18 of 28 Cup Series races in 1973. On March 18, he began a streak of nine wins in 10 races.
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