FIA Grants Gene Haas F-1 License


Gene Haas, the founder of Haas Automation and co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, has been granted a Formula One license by the FIA. Check it out: “Obviously, we’re extremely pleased to have been granted a Formula One license by the FIA. […]

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Biffle Closer to Contract Extension


Greg Biffle says he’s closer to a contract extension with Roush Fenway Racing, his home since 1998. Check it out: Biffle’s three-year contract expires after this season. The 44-year-old started in the Camping World Truck Series with Roush, winning a title in 2000. He moved to […]

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Conquering Darlington no easy task


A win at NASCAR’s oldest speedway and toughest track is a big deal. But it’s also one of the most difficult races to win. Check it out: Just ask Kasey Kahne. He had the fastest car on the track last year — until Kyle Busch nudged […]

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Knaus comments on Jimmie’s win-less start


Knaus not worried. Check it out: Seven NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races won by seven different drivers. And six-time Cup champion Jimmie Johnson is not among the winners. Crew chief Chad Knaus isn’t overly concerned. He has seen this movie before. “I think we’re doing pretty […]

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JGR Looks to Continue Darlington Streak


It’s going to be tough for Nationwide Series drivers to stop the run of Joe Gibbs Racing in Friday night’s VFW Sport Clips Help a Hero 200. Check it out: Joe Gibbs Racing has had its way at the South Carolina track for the last four […]

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Brad Keselowski ups his game, tones down the rhetoric


The 2012 Sprint Cup champion re-emerges as a less outspoken but still compelling star Check it out: If Brad Keselowski seemed incognito during his Sprint Cup title defense last year, the anonymity actually could have been much greater. The Team Penske driver, who has embraced the […]

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