NASCAR Teams Form Business Alliance


As part of its focus, the RTA also plans to explore innovative ways to harness the combined purchasing power and scale of the teams’ operations to drive efficiencies in costs. A group of nine multi-car teams participating in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) announced today […]

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Busch Goes on ‘Slow Carnival Ride’


Kyle Busch hanging around. Calling it a slow carnival ride, Kyle Busch landed on his roof at the end of a 26-car crash during Sunday’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. No one was injured in the Lap 100 incident. The chaos took place on […]

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Almirola Is Coke Zero 400 Rainmaster


Before the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season began, Aric Almirola promised his sponsors that he’d win them a race. He kept up his end of the deal on Sunday. Almirola won a rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona Int’l Speedway, which ended after 112 laps and […]

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Sixteen Cars Involved In Coke Zero 400 Crash


Stenhouse Jr. makes contact with Stewart near start-finish line A massive early 16-car crash has slowed an already delayed start to the Coke Zero 400, knocking out several heavy favorites at Daytona International Speedway. The multi-car wreck as the field came to complete the 20th of […]

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NASCAR team pulls Charlie Crist sponsorship


Hmmmm…Politics and NASCAR. Reversing course, a NASCAR team said Friday that it will not feature an advertisement for Charlie Crist, the former Republican governor of Florida who’s now seeking a return to his old job as a Democrat, on a car competing in the Coke Zero […]

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Gilliland Grabs Daytona Pole


Gilliland starts on the pole. A day after losing his wedding ring swimming in the Atlantic Ocean with his family, David Gilliland won the pole in a rain-shortened qualifying session for Saturday night’s Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. Shortly after Gilliland won the pole, […]

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Kahne’s last-lap move produces NNS win


Kasey Kahne takes Nationwide win. Regan Smith had to overcome a late-race green-white-checkered restart, fuel mileage concerns and much more, but in the end it was a hard charge by Kasey Kahne that proved too much for Smith to handle on Friday night at Daytona International […]

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