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Parker Kligerman will not return to No. 96 Cup car
Parker Kligerman says he will not be back with Gaunt Brothers Racing this season and that he has no other ride.
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Kaulig Racing announces crew chiefs for full-time Xfinity teams
Bruce Schlicker will lead Ross Chastain's No. 10 team and Alex Yontz will lead Justin Haley's No. 11 team.
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Christopher Bell win sends him to Saturday’s Chili Bowl feature
Three-time defending Chili Bowl champion won his preliminary feature Thursday to advance to Saturday night's feature race.
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Joe Graf Jr. set for full-time Xfinity season with SS Greenlight Racing
Joe Graf Jr., 21, will drive the No. 08 Chevrolet in his first full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series season. He made three starts for Richard Childress Racing in 2019.
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Natalie Decker to run part-time Truck slate for Niece Motorsports in 2020
The Wisconsin native joins Niece Motorsports after competing in 19 Truck races last season for DGR-Crosley.
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Auto-Owners Insurance to continue backing Martin Truex Jr. through 2021
The insurance company will sponsor Martin Truex Jr. in eight NASCAR Cup Series races in 2020, including the Brickyard 400. JGR announced a multi-year deal with Auto-Owners Insurance in 2019.
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Christopher Bell begins quest for fourth straight Chili Bowl title
Christopher Bell will compete in his preliminary feature tonight as he tries to secure a spot in Saturday's 55-lap feature.
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Kyle Busch to compete in Feb. 20 Super Late Model race in Las Vegas
Kyle Busch, the defending Cup champion, will compete at the LVMS Bullring for the first time since 2007.
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Dale Jr. says Luke Kuechly made right decision on retirement from NFL
After a career also plagued by concussions, Dale Earnhardt Jr. empathizes with the Panthers linebacker. 'I think he set an amazing example for a lot of young folks to follow.'
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Meet the NASCAR Cup rookie Class of 2020
There will be six drivers that make up the 2020 Cup Series rookie class, including last year's "Big 3" that have graduated from the Xfinity Series.
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Kyle Larson’s win moves him to Chili Bowl Nationals A main
Kyle Larson will be in good position to win this weekend's Chili Bowl Nationals after winning his preliminary feature Tuesday night.
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Bubba Wallace feeling positive after reunion with crew chief
Bubba Wallace said 2020 is the "best I've felt about a race season in a long time" as he is now paired with his former Truck Series crew chief, Jerry Baxter.
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Bill McAnally Racing names 2020 ARCA Menards West driver lineup
The 2020 racing roster will include Gio Scelzi, racing this week in the Chili Bowl Nationals, as well as Jesse Love, Gracie Trotter and Holley Hollan.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. set for Xfinity Series start at Miami in March
Dale Earnhardt Jr. will drive the No. 8 Chevrolet in the March 21 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway for his annual Xfinity Series start.
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Menards returns as sponsor for Brandon Jones in Xfinity Series
Menards will be the primary sponsor of Brandon Jones in 15 Xfinity Series races in 2020. Jones is entering his fifth full-time Xfinity season.
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NASCAR cuts spoiler as part of changes to short track package
NASCAR announced that cars would have a smaller rear spoiler, among other changes, to help improve the racing at short tracks in 2020.
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Kyle Larson begins quest for elusive Chili Bowl Nationals title
After losing last year's Chili Bowl Nationals on the last lap, Kyle Larson returns to Tulsa to begin his quest to win that race.
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Paul Wolfe thinking about little things after move to Joey Logano
Paul Wolfe will work with Joey Logano on the No. 22 Ford after a decade of being paired with Brad Keselowski in the NASCAR Cup Series.
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Derek Kraus to race full-time for new Truck Series partnership
The 2019 ARCA Menards Series West champion has five prior Truck Series starts for Bill McAnally Racing, with a pair of eighth-place finishes.
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When NASCAR drivers will qualify for Chili Bowl Nationals, event format
The Chili Bowl Nationals will hold five nights of qualifying races before the feature event Saturday night.
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Todd Gilliland to pilot new Front Row Motorsports Truck entry in 2020
The third-generation racer will drive the No. 38 Ford truck, a number that has long been synonymous with both his grandfather and father.
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Chad Knaus: ‘We’re better prepared’ for new Camaro model
Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Chad Knaus said the Camaro ZL1 1LE model is "coming out of the gate stronger" than the ZL1 model did in 2018.
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Gio Scelzi hopes to use Chili Bowl as springboard to NASCAR
Gio Scelzi, son of 4-time NHRA drag racing champ Gary Scelzi, is eager not only for a return to this week's Chili Bowl but also hopes to begin the start of an eventual path to NASCAR.
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Erik Jones set for Next Gen car test in Miami
Erik Jones will be the first Toyota driver to test the Cup Series' Next Gen car this week at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Austin Dillon and Joey Logano preceded him.
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Dominique Van Wieringen fastest on Day 2 of Daytona ARCA test
Dominique Van Wieringen posted a top speed of 181.397 mph. David Gravel was second at 181.236 mph. Hailie Deegan was 16th fastest.
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Rain hampers first of two-day ARCA test at Daytona
The first day of a two-day ARCA Menards Series test at Daytona International Speedway was shortened due to rain. Teams will try to get more on-track time Saturday, weather permitting.
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Kaulig Racing, Justin Haley will attempt to make Daytona 500
Justin Haley will try to make it into next month's Daytona 500, which would be the first NASCAR Cup Series race for Kaulig Racing.
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David Ragan to compete in Daytona 500 for Rick Ware Racing
David Ragan will drive the No. 36 Ford for Rick Ware Racing after he retired from full-time Cup competition at the end of the 2019 season.
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The cars Dale Jr. chose for the Hall of Fame
Dale Earnhardt Jr. helped choose 18 Cup Series championship cars to appear on the NASCAR Hall of Fame's "Glory Road" exhibit for the next three years.
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World of Outlaws driver David Gravel lands part-time Truck ride at GMS Racing
2019 Knoxville Nationals champion David Gravel will compete in 6 Truck Series races for GMS Racing, including the Eldora Dirt Derby.
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Roger Penske likes direction NASCAR, his organization are going
Roger Penske is bullish about the direction NASCAR is going, as well as his own organization, including the recent purchase of IMS and IndyCar.
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Corey LaJoie comments, NASCAR says efforts continue on short track package
In statement to NBC Sports, NASCAR says "efforts continue, and we look forward to providing more information when appropriate.”
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Kyle Larson ready to fly to Chili Bowl, Australia and Daytona
Kyle Larson will be putting on a ton of mileage not only in the air, but also on racetracks from Tulsa to down under to Daytona in the next month-plus.
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Ganassi, AdventHealth deal includes Daytona 500, Coke 600 starts for Ross Chastain
Ross Chastain will drive the No. 77 Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing/Spire Motorsports in the Feb. 16 Daytona 500 and May 24 Coca-Cola 600.
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Colby Howard to drive for JD Motorsports for majority of Xfinity season
Colby Howard's first start for JD Motorsports will be the March 7 event at Phoenix Raceway. Howard made two Truck Series starts last year.
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Roush Fenway, Wyndham Rewards agree to multi-year extension
Roush Fenway Racing and Wyndham Rewards have agreed to a multi-year extension to sponsor the No. 6 Ford driven by Ryan Newman.
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Probable 2020 Cup Series milestones
Here's a look at some of the career landmarks drivers and teams could reach in the NASCAR Cup Series in the 2020 season.
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Strategy is goal of pit road experiment in Xfinity, Trucks
NASCAR's experiment with pit stop structure will take place at four Xfinity Series standalone races and three Truck Series races.
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Go Fas Racing names Ryan Sparks crew chief for Corey LaJoie
Ryan Sparks comes to Go Fas Racing after spending the last 13 years with Richard Childress Racing, primarily as a team engineer for driver Austin Dillon.
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NASCAR makes changes to pit stops for select races
NASCAR makes changes to pit stops for select Xfinity and Truck Series races in 2020, limiting what teams can do during stops.
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Thunderbirds return for 10th straight flyover of Daytona 500
The U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron will conduct a flyover of the Daytona 500 for the 11th time overall and 10th year in a row.
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2020 ARCA schedules
ARCA releases Menards West Series schedule to go along with schedules released previously for East Series and Showdown Series
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Jerry Baxter named crew chief for Bubba Wallace for 2020
This will be a reunion for Baxter and Bubba Wallace, who previously worked together with Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Truck Series in 2013 and 2014.
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Team Penske shakes up lineup
Brad Keselowski and crew chief Paul Wolfe will not be paired together in 2020 after Team Penske makes changes.
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NASCAR Next grad Julia Landauer to race full-time in NASCAR Euro Series
Julia Landauer will race full-time for one of the top NASCAR Euro teams, PK Carsport, full-time in the NASCAR Euro Series in 2020.
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Third Next Gen car set for Jan. 15-16 at Miami
The two-day test at Homestead-Miami Speedway will be the Next Gen car's first time in action on a banked oval track.
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When NASCAR drivers will qualify for Chili Bowl Nationals
The Chili Bowl will hold five nights of qualifying races before the feature event on Jan. 18
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Roger Penske official owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway
The Penske Corporation has completed the acquisition of Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the NTT IndyCar Series, and IMS Productions.
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Chase Briscoe returning to Stewart-Haas for Xfinity season
The 2019 Xfinity Rookie of the Year returns to the Xfinity Series for a championship bid.
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Kyle Larson finishes 3rd to wrap up New Zealand trip; Chili Bowl next
Kyle Larson, who started the year with a win as part of his 11-day race foray in New Zealand, finished third in Sunday's finale. He now sets his sights on the Chili Bowl, Jan. 13-18, in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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