MWR sued by former employee


A former Michael Waltrip Racing tire changer claims he was fired from his $160,000-a-year job in August after he demanded to have surgery for an injury suffered on pit road, while the team states he was released because he stole a specially made gun on the […]

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Team Penske Nominated For Sports Team Of The Year


In Team Penske’s nearly 50-year history, the organization has won over 400 major races, a record 15 Indianapolis 500 victories, two Daytona 500 titles and 27 national championships. he Sports Business Journal announced today that Team Penske has been named a finalist in the Sports Team […]

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Marcos Ambrose Sidelined

Marcos Ambrose

There are several items of interest as NASCAR heads to Auto Club Speedway this week to end the western swing. Ambrose Sidelined The popular Marcos Ambrose ended his NASCAR career last season to return to his native Australia and compete in the V8 Supercar Series, where […]

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Strategy play OK, but Keselowski seeks speed


Rash of late cautions derailed No. 2 team’s Phoenix plan
 With Kevin Harvick’s desert dominance on everyone’s mind, strategy plays were the tactic of choice to potentially break up his monopoly. The No. 2 team of Brad Keselowski tried its hand with two such ploys, but […]

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Dale Jr. cuts tire, smashes wall at Phoenix


No. 88 driver has finished in the top four in all three 2015 races Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s string of three consecutive top-five finishes came to a halt here Sunday when the Hendrick Motorsports driver suffered a tire failure and crashed during the 500 at Phoenix […]

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McMurray Second Guesses Restart

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Jamie McMurray battled his way to a tough runner-up finish behind Kevin Harvick in Sunday’s 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. The Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates driver scored his best finish since his win at Talladega in October of 2013. “We just had a […]

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Harvick wins fourth straight Phoenix race


The No. 4 driver led a race-high 224 laps in the desert Kevin Harvick left little room for underdogs in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at Phoenix International Raceway, as the pre-race favorite and Coors Light Pole Award winner led 224 of 312 laps en […]

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Joey Logano dominates, wins at Phoenix


The No. 22 driver led 176 of 200 laps in the desert Joey Logano started from the top position in Saturday’s Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter 200 at Phoenix International Raceway — and that’s just where he ended up. A strong final restart at Lap 143 put […]

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