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Vote for best 2018 Cup paint schemes
Check out the final four in the tournament before voting resumes next week.
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Bubba Wallace, RPM reinlist US Air Force as two-race sponsor
This will be the 11th consecutive year that RPM and the US Air Force have partnered.
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John Hunter Nemechek, Chase Briscoe approved to run for Xfinity Rookie of the Year
John Hunter Nemechek made 18 Xfinity starts in 2018 and Chase Briscoe made 17.
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Top 18 moments from 2018 NASCAR season
From Joey Logano's championship at Homestead to drama at the Roval, take a look back at some of the best moments from the 2018 NASCAR season.
Joey Logano welcomes Mustang to NASCAR at Charlotte Roval
Joey Logano drifts around the Charlotte Roval in NASCAR's new Ford Mustang.
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Rick Hendrick wants Jeff Gordon ‘in my place’ when he steps away
Rick Hendrick told Autoweek "Whenever I finally step away, it'll be Jeff Gordon in my place."
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Dale Jr.’s persuasive power impacts chaotic paint scheme poll
In less than 20 minutes, Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s endorsement was good for a 17-point swing in Tuesday's paint scheme poll.
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How Dale Earnhardt Jr. helped Jeff Gordon avoid speeding ticket
Jeff Gordon recounted how Dale Jr. "made the greatest impression on me" during a Q&A session for "Dale Jr. Download."
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Jamie McMurray joins Fox Sports as studio analyst
Jamie McMurray will serve as an analyst on "NASCAR Race Hub" and "NASCAR RaceDay."
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JR Motorsports reveals 2019 schemes for Noah Gragson, Justin Allgaier
Noah Gragson's Armour livery and Justin Allgaier's Brandt paint scheme were revealed on Tuesday.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. named pace truck driver for 2019 Daytona 500
Chevrolet has paced the Daytona 500 12 times, but never with a truck.
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NASCAR partners with Sportradar for gambling fraud detection service
NASCAR will have use of Sportradar’s Fraud Detection System and its Education and Prevention Services.
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NASCAR Cup race start times for 2019
The biggest change is the Las Vegas playoff opener starting at 7 p.m. ET on September 15 on NBCSN.
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John Andretti still battling colon cancer after chemotherapy
John Andretti announced in May his colon cancer had returned and spread.
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Bell ‘thankful’ he gets another year with Xfinity crew chief
Christopher Bell "prayed" that he would get to work with Jason Ratcliff in 2019.
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Section of Virginia highway named after Hall of Famer Wendell Scott
A stretch of U.S. 29 in Wendell Scott's hometown of Danville, Virginia, was named after the NASCAR Hall of Famer.
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NASCAR drivers play in the snow
Drivers and their families play in the snow as Charlotte survives Snowmageddon.
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Xfinity, Truck series banquet highlights
The Xfinity and Camping World Truck series honored their top drivers Saturday night in Charlotte.
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Joey Gase weds Caitlin Himmelsbach
Joey Gase and Caitlin Himmelsbach were wed over the weekend.
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Full-time Cup drivers with longest winless streaks ahead of 2019
Paul Menard has the longest winless streak among confirmed full-time drivers for 2019.
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Coffee with Kyle: Richard Petty and Dale Inman went separate ways
When Richard Petty and Dale Inman dissolved their driver / crew chief relationship, nothing was ever the same.
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USAC Midget race will kickoff Brickyard 400 once more
Last year, Christopher Bell finished fifth in the inaugural USAC Midget race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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Social Roundup: Kasey Kahne gets surprise NASCAR retirement party
Kasey Kahne's surprise retirement party included Clint Bowyer and ended at a Waffle House.
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eNASCAR Heat Pro League to debut in 2019
The league will feature up to 16 teams, 32 drivers and 16 races starting next year.
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Time is now for change in NASCAR
From a dirt race to doubleheaders and more, a look at some changes the sport should make.
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Hendrick Motorsports, Roush Fenway reveal new paint schemes
William Byron, Alex Bowman and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. revealed new paint schemes on Thursday.
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Anthony Alfredo joins DGR-Crosley in 2019
After scoring three wins in the K&N Pro and CARS series, Anthony Alfredo will get a shot in Truck Series.
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Joe Gibbs Racing announces 2019 crew chief realignment
Chris Gabehart moves from Joe Gibbs' No. 18 Xfinity team to assume the role as Denny Hamlin's crew chief.
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John Hunter Nemechek to compete for GMS Racing in 2019
John Hunter Nemechek will drive the No. 23 Chevrolet full-time.
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NASCAR Drive for Diversity program announces 2019 class
The 2019 class features six members, four returning from the 2018 class.
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Jeff Gordon, Red Farmer named to NMPA Hall of Fame
Jeff Gordon and Red Farmer both made their first Cup start at the age of 20.
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Inman, Richmond chemistry led to historic success
Crew chief Dale Inman and driver Tim Richmond had a close relationship both on and off the track, and Inman says that's what led to their success, including their historic 200th win.
GMS Racing to field Sam Mayer in K&N, ARCA Series
Sam Mayer will also compete in four Truck Series races.
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Hattori Racing to replace Truck champ Brett Moffitt
Brett Moffitt found out Monday that he would not be back with Hattori Racing.
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NASCAR unveils 2019 K&N Pro Series East schedule
The 2019 season opens Feb. 10 at New Smyrna Speedway and ends Oct. 4 at Dover.
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New owners purchase Furniture Row Racing’s charter
The founders of Spire Sports + Entertainment have bought the charter and will start a new Cup team.
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Blake Koch to drive for JD Motorsports full-time in 2019
After a year without racing, Blake Koch will drive the No. 4 formerly driven by Ross Chastain.
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Kurt Busch will race for Chip Ganassi
Monster Energy joins Kurt Busch in the move to Chip Ganassi Racing.
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Jimmie Johnson hopes to compete in Chili Bowl ‘one of these years’
Jimmie Johnson expressed an interest in the midget race.
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Tanner Berryhill to race full-time for Obaika Racing in Cup in 2019
Tanner Berryhill made his first two Cup starts at the end of the 2018 season.
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Silly Season: Handful of unannounced rides in Cup, Xfinity for 2019
A look at which seats are waiting to be filled for the 2019 Cup, Xfinity seasons.
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Kurt Busch makes Stewart-Haas Racing departure official
Kurt Busch did not mention where he will race in 2019.
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Noah Gragson wins Snowball Derby for Kyle Busch Motorsports
He gives Kyle Busch Motorsports back-to-back wins in one of Super Late Model racing's most prestigious events.
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Drivers sound off on search for star power
NASCAR's championship drivers discuss the sport's struggle to establish its next big stars.
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Justin Haley to drive for Kaulig Racing in Xfinity Series in 2019
19-year-old will run his first full season of Xfinity in 2019 after finishing third in the points in the Truck Series.
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Samantha Busch suffers miscarriage
Samantha Busch announced the miscarriage in an emotional video on social media.
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Martin Truex Jr. reflects on ‘end of an era’ for Furniture Row Racing
Martin Truex Jr. called the end of Furniture Row Racing the end of "a special team, a special time."
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DGR-Crosley signs Natalie Decker to driver development program
Natalie Decker will run a combination of Truck, K&N and ARCA races in 2019.
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Turnaround has Aric Almirola eyeing 2019
Aric Almirola finished a career-high fifth in the points in 2018 and looks for more next season.
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Logano honored, reflects on road to NASCAR title
Joey Logano was awarded his NASCAR championship ring, then spoke to reflect on his journey to winning his first Cup Series title.