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Busch picks up third straight victory: "I just think maybe I found my happy place."
Kyle Busch picks up third victory in last four races, moves closer to Chase berth.
NASCAR’s new low downforce rules package created more passing at Kentucky Speedway on Saturday night in the fifth annual Quaker State 400. Kyle Busch, who won the inaugural race at the track, scored his second win in three weeks as he adapted to the new package and outraced Joey Logano…
Rain delays the start of the Coke Zero 400 by over 3 hours.
Sunday, 28 June 2015 23:20

Kyle Busch Returns to Victory Lane

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Kyle Busch wins in his 5th race since returning from injury.
On the show, we will talk to NASCAR XFinify driver Chris Buescher, who is currently in the points lead, and Jake Griffin who just announced that he will be at Eldora with the CWTS truck and Bobby Pierce will be his teammate for the race, and Devon Armstrong, front tire…
Sunday, 14 June 2015 22:36

Kurt Busch Wins Wet Race at Michigan

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Mother Nature thwarts NASCAR's attempts to race 400 miles.
Truex paints a popular victory in the Pocono Mountains.
On Tuesday, the #48 team is appealing a P1 penalty at the NASCAR R&D Center in Concord, NC. Johnson has been the subject of written warnings, penalties, and the latest – failing pre-race inspection at Pocono Raceway before the AXALTA 400 THREE times at the laser inspection station. As a…
Sunday, 07 June 2015 17:21

Jeff Gordon and the Tricky Triangle

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He has quite a few wins at the “Tricky Triangle,” and it’s his last season.  What does Jeff Gordon really want?  Each and every single driver would answer the same thing, and that’s a win.  But, in his last full time NASCAR Sprint Cup season, the #24 wants it more…
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is coming into Pocono with a sweep from the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.  Could he have a repeat?  With one career pole and two career wins in all of his years of racing, I am going to say yes, and here is why: His success at Pocono has been a result of the hard work and dedication of an incredible team, the culmination of which came together in his most recent racing years. Earnhardt Jr.’s average start at Pocono is 14.6 and his average finish is 15.3.  In 30 starts, he has one DNF (Did Not Finish) because of a crash in 2006.  Still, his numbers speak for themselves, and if the momentum from last year carries into this year, no one else will stand a chance. In the media center on Friday, many drivers expressed concern about the bumpy tunnel turn.  Earnhardt Jr. said “one more bad winter and it’ll be worse, but Brandon (Igdalsky, Pocono Raceway President) is doing the right thing and listening to the drivers’ concerns.”  Joey Logano said that it’s so bad that he is concerned about his car lasting throughout the whole race. Earnhardt Jr. was also asked about the recent Drivers’ meeting with NASCAR last week.  Several drivers met with NASCAR Saturday night at Dover Downs, the first time an informal session occurred between the two groups in 17 years.  Earnhardt Jr. likes the idea because he said you can “get everyone you want to talk to for five minutes and it can be something that can really benefit the sport.  NASCAR went to the drivers and asked them to get together and organize it.  The drivers won’t really talk about the schedule… that’s NASCAR, the owners, and networks.  Even though I have my own opinion on it.” Earnhardt Jr. said Pocono is a horsepower race track, and over the past several years they have the best engines in the sport at Hendrick.  “We have really good stuff,” he said. So, what’s “at work” here?  According to the No. 88, it’s the restart factor, and trying to work the difficult air when you are behind someone and try to pass.  “The car really shines here.”  He also mentioned calling the race backwards like a road course.  “It’s not a strategy they are using every week, so can it be perfected when you don’t do it often and you come to a place like Pocono.  It’s difficult to win here, and there’s a lot of tough competition out there.” As far as his new crew chief Greg Ives, Earnhardt Jr. notes that the “atmosphere is more business and less jokes.”  Steve Letarte, his former crew chief that retired last year, and he became best friends so everything was on the table as far as their conversations went.  “I don’t know Greg long enough but it will get better as time goes on.  He’s an engineer and has an engineer mind.  He does have a sense of humor, though, but it’s all business.  He takes this super, super…
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is coming into Pocono with a sweep from the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.  Could he have a repeat?  With one career pole and two career wins in all of his years of racing, I am going to say yes, and here is why: His success at Pocono has been a result of the hard work and dedication of an incredible team, the culmination of which came together in his most recent racing years. Earnhardt Jr.’s average start at Pocono is 14.6 and his average finish is 15.3.  In 30 starts, he has one DNF (Did Not Finish) because of a crash in 2006.  Still, his numbers speak for themselves, and if the momentum from last year carries into this year, no one else will stand a chance. In the media center on Friday, many drivers expressed concern about the bumpy tunnel turn.  Earnhardt Jr. said “one more bad winter and it’ll be worse, but Brandon (Igdalsky, Pocono Raceway President) is doing the right thing and listening to the drivers’ concerns.”  Joey Logano said that it’s so bad that he is concerned about his car lasting throughout the whole race. Earnhardt Jr. was also asked about the recent Drivers’ meeting with NASCAR last week.  Several drivers met with NASCAR Saturday night at Dover Downs, the first time an informal session occurred between the two groups in 17 years.  Earnhardt Jr. likes the idea because he said you can “get everyone you want to talk to for five minutes and it can be something that can really benefit the sport.  NASCAR went to the drivers and asked them to get together and organize it.  The drivers won’t really talk about the schedule… that’s NASCAR, the owners, and networks.  Even though I have my own opinion on it.” Earnhardt Jr. said Pocono is a horsepower race track, and over the past several years they have the best engines in the sport at Hendrick.  “We have really good stuff,” he said. So, what’s “at work” here?  According to the No. 88, it’s the restart factor, and trying to work the difficult air when you are behind someone and try to pass.  “The car really shines here.”  He also mentioned calling the race backwards like a road course.  “It’s not a strategy they are using every week, so can it be perfected when you don’t do it often and you come to a place like Pocono.  It’s difficult to win here, and there’s a lot of tough competition out there.” As far as his new crew chief Greg Ives, Earnhardt Jr. notes that the “atmosphere is more business and less jokes.”  Steve Letarte, his former crew chief that retired last year, and he became best friends so everything was on the table as far as their conversations went.  “I don’t know Greg long enough but it will get better as time goes on.  He’s an engineer and has an engineer mind.  He does have a sense of humor, though, but it’s all business.  He takes this super, super…
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is coming into Pocono with a sweep from the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.  Could he have a repeat?  With one career pole and two career wins in all of his years of racing, I am going to say yes, and here is why: His success at Pocono has been a result of the hard work and dedication of an incredible team, the culmination of which came together in his most recent racing years. Earnhardt Jr.’s average start at Pocono is 14.6 and his average finish is 15.3.  In 30 starts, he has one DNF (Did Not Finish) because of a crash in 2006.  Still, his numbers speak for themselves, and if the momentum from last year carries into this year, no one else will stand a chance. In the media center on Friday, many drivers expressed concern about the bumpy tunnel turn.  Earnhardt Jr. said “one more bad winter and it’ll be worse, but Brandon (Igdalsky, Pocono Raceway President) is doing the right thing and listening to the drivers’ concerns.”  Joey Logano said that it’s so bad that he is concerned about his car lasting throughout the whole race. Earnhardt Jr. was also asked about the recent Drivers’ meeting with NASCAR last week.  Several drivers met with NASCAR Saturday night at Dover Downs, the first time an informal session occurred between the two groups in 17 years.  Earnhardt Jr. likes the idea because he said you can “get everyone you want to talk to for five minutes and it can be something that can really benefit the sport.  NASCAR went to the drivers and asked them to get together and organize it.  The drivers won’t really talk about the schedule… that’s NASCAR, the owners, and networks.  Even though I have my own opinion on it.” Earnhardt Jr. said Pocono is a horsepower race track, and over the past several years they have the best engines in the sport at Hendrick.  “We have really good stuff,” he said. So, what’s “at work” here?  According to the No. 88, it’s the restart factor, and trying to work the difficult air when you are behind someone and try to pass.  “The car really shines here.”  He also mentioned calling the race backwards like a road course.  “It’s not a strategy they are using every week, so can it be perfected when you don’t do it often and you come to a place like Pocono.  It’s difficult to win here, and there’s a lot of tough competition out there.” As far as his new crew chief Greg Ives, Earnhardt Jr. notes that the “atmosphere is more business and less jokes.”  Steve Letarte, his former crew chief that retired last year, and he became best friends so everything was on the table as far as their conversations went.  “I don’t know Greg long enough but it will get better as time goes on.  He’s an engineer and has an engineer mind.  He does have a sense of humor, though, but it’s all business.  He takes this super, super…
Jimmie Johnson made history on Sunday by winning the FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Speedway, his tenth win at the racetrack. Johnson took the lead on a restart with 18 to go and never looked back despite a late-race caution that resulted in the race going 405…
Monday, 25 May 2015 03:00

Edwards Wins Coca-Cola 600

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Carl Edwards stretches his fuel mileage in NASCAR's longest race.
Sunday, 24 May 2015 20:05

Montoya Wins Indianapolis 500

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Montoya wins his second Indy 500 a record 15 years after his first.
Sunday, 17 May 2015 04:03

Hamlin Wins Sprint All-Star Race

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Denny Hamlin wins $1 Million.
Saturday, 16 May 2015 00:13

Field Set for Sprint All-Star Race

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Final three drivers qualify for the chance to race for $1 million.
Tuesday, 12 May 2015 23:18

Eichel, USA Top Slovakia In Overtime

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Boston University Freshman, Jack Eichel, helped Team USA secure the top spot in Group B at the 2015 IIHF World Championships with a goal late in overtime against Slovakia. 
The injured driver will make his Sprint Cup debut on Saturday.
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