In The Fight…And The Race


When NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie Austin Dillon takes to the high banks of Daytona International Speedway under the lights for the Coke Zero 400 on July 5, he’ll certainly have history on his side—literally—and in more ways than one. When NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie […]

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Equipment, Not Luck True Key to Daytona Success


Daytona has always been considered a crapshoot, however, is that identification for the restrictor plate track no longer valid? It has been said before that luck is needed in order the conquer this gargantuan superspeedway – and that is true to an extant, however, luck alone […]

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Time Is Running Out For Matt Kenseth


Kentucky Speedway is another of the 1.5-mile tracks but it has aged nicely and has a lot of character. The bumps on the track are mind-blowing, and at night the sparks fly off the cars as they fly over the bumps at over 180 mph. Personally, […]

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