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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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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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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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Miguel Paludo to run 3 Xfinity road races at JR Motorsports
Former Truck Series driver Miguel Paludo will make a return to NASCAR this season in three Xfinity Series road course races for JR Motorsports.
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Kyle Larson wins Tuesday A-main race at Chili Bowl
Kyle Larson won the Tuesday night feature at the Chili Bowl Nationals for the fourth consecutive year and seventh time in 10 years.
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Xfinity Series: Two more drivers return to BJ McLeod Motorsports
Stefan Parsons and Mason Massey will again run part-time NASCAR Xfinity Series schedules for BJ McLeod Motorsports this season.
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Kyle Petty Charity Ride postponed again to 2022
For a second time, the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America has been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
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Chase Elliott lands new Cup sponsor for 2021 and 2022
Performance energy drink Adrenaline Shoc will serve as a two-race primary sponsor for Chase Elliott in the 2021 and 2022 Cup seasons.
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Kohler Generators to sponsor Ryan Newman for eight races
Kohler Generators will serve as the primary sponsor for Ryan Newman in the Daytona 500 and seven other NASCAR Cup races this season.
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Kyle Larson begins defense of Chili Bowl title
Kyle Larson seeks his seventh qualifying night feature win at the Chili Bowl on Tuesday night and begin his march for back-to-back Chili Bowl titles.
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Chase Briscoe places seventh in Monday’s Chili Bowl feature
Chase Briscoe won his heat race and finished fourth in his qualifying race before scoring a top 10 in the feature.
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NASCAR will require Hailie Deegan to take sensitivity training
NASCAR states that Hailie Deegan is required to take sensitivity training before the start of the 2021 season. The Camping World Truck Series starts Feb. 12
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Xfinity Series: Ryan Sieg’s RSS Racing switches to Ford
Ryan Sieg and RSS Racing will seek a third consecutive NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff appearance as part of Ford Performance.
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Chase Briscoe competing in first night of Chili Bowl Nationals
Cup rookie Chase Briscoe is the biggest NASCAR name racing on opening night of the 2021 Chili Bowl Nationals.
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Hailie Deegan apologizes for comment during online race
Hailie Deegan said of the comment she made: 'There's no excuse for it, and I know I have to do better for my sponsors and my fans.'
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Five names to know for the 2021 NASCAR season
Often obscured by higher-profile names, there are many who play key roles that impact the team in big ways. NASCAR Talk highlights five names to know in the NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series for the 2021 season...
IndyCar veteran Santino Ferrucci to run part-time in Xfinity Series
Santino Ferrucci is set to take on stock cars with a part-time schedule in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for Sam Hunt Racing.
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Practice and qualifying confirmed for eight Cup races in 2021
February's season-opening Daytona 500 is one of eight NASCAR Cup Series races that will include practice and qualifying sessions this season.
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Truck Series champs GMS Racing announces 2021 crew chiefs
All Truck Series Championship 4 crew chiefs from 2020 will work for GMS in 2021, as Jeff Hensley rejoins; Chad Norris moves to competition director.
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New year brings three Cup teams closer to NASCAR debut
23XI Racing, Trackhouse Racing and Live Fast Motorsports are all busy preparing the start of the season at Daytona.
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Top NASCAR Cup races to watch in 2021
From road courses and dirt tracks to old favorites, the 2021 NASCAR Cup season will be full of thrilling races.
Kaulig Racing ‘anticipating’ limited Cup Series schedule in 2021
Kaulig Racing intends to run select NASCAR Cup Series races in 2021, including road courses and superspeedway events, as well as the Daytona 500.
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Raphael Lessard to run full Truck Series season for GMS Racing
After being first announced to run 12 races in 2021, Raphael Lessard will run the full NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule for GMS Racing.
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Chase Elliott exploring other forms of racing this off-season
On Thursday, Chase Elliott told SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that he's put in a renewed effort to try other forms of racing - including next week's Chili Bowl.
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5 key storylines for 2021 Xfinity Series season
With many of 2020's top drivers returning, this Xfinity Series season is shaping up to be an exciting one. Here's five key storylines to watch.
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Front Row Motorsports reveals 2021 driver lineup
Michael McDowell and Anthony Alfredo will drive full-time; David Ragan to run 3rd entry at Daytona 500; Todd Gilliland back for FRM's Truck Series program.
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5 Cup races not to miss in 2021
In a season with a race on dirt, more road course events and new venues in Cup, there are plenty of options to choose as can't-miss races.
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NASCAR executive Jill Gregory named new general manager at Sonoma Raceway
Jill Gregory becomes the second female to currently oversee a track on the Cup circuit.
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U.S. Appeals Court reverses conviction to Patricia Driscoll
Appeals Court rules for reversal of conviction based on jury instructions District Court judge gave during 2018 trial.
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5 people to know for 2021 NASCAR season
Sam Mayer is among the names to know for this coming NASCAR season.
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Phoenix Raceway to host limited fans for March NASCAR weekend
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Phoenix Raceway will host a limited number of fans for its March 12-14 weekend featuring NASCAR and ARCA.
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Top NASCAR storylines to watch in 2021
From familiar faces and redemption runs to Michael Jordan's brand new racing team, NASCAR on NBC takes a look at the top storylines going into 2021.
A look at NASCAR drivers competing in 2021 Chili Bowl
Chase Elliott, Kyle Larson, and Christopher Bell are among the NASCAR stars set to compete in the 2021 Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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5 key storylines for 2021 Cup season
Bubba Wallace's new ride, Kyle Busch seeks to return to his winning ways and Kyle Larson with a new team are among the main Cup stories to watch in 2021.
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2021 NASCAR start times, TV network info
Twelve NASCAR races will air on NBC in 2021.
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2020 Season in Review: Chase Elliott
Chase Elliott made his first Championship 4 appearance count, as he won the season finale in Phoenix to claim his first NASCAR Cup Series title.
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2020 Season in Review: Brad Keselowski
Brad Keselowski returned to the NASCAR Cup Series Championship 4 on the strength of four wins, including a "crown jewel" win in the Coca-Cola 600.
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2020 Season in Review: Joey Logano
Team Penske's Joey Logano posted three wins on his way to the fourth Championship 4 appearance of his NASCAR Cup Series career.
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Brad Keselowski says his manufacturing startup booming through the space industry
Brad Keselowski says the space industry is driving the 'double to triple-digit' growth of Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing's 3-D printing business.
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2020 Season in Review: Denny Hamlin
With seven wins and another berth in the Championship 4, Denny Hamlin and the No. 11 team were the standard-bearers for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2020.
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Top 20 NASCAR moments of 2020
Relive the top moments from the 2020 NASCAR season, including a historic race at the Daytona Road Course, Chase Elliott following in his father's footsteps to win the Cup Series and Jimmie Johnson's final...
NASCAR Silly Season: Onward to 2021
As we close in on New Year's Day, take a look at how NASCAR Silly Season has gone so far in the Cup, Xfinity and Truck Series.
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