Hamlin looking to rebound in Richmond

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There’s no question that Denny Hamlin considers both Martinsville and Richmond a ‘home game’ for him, being that he is a Virginia native. Since we are at Richmond Saturday night, this might be the place where Denny jump-starts his 2014 season and becomes our eight different […]

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Early Season Surprises

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There have been a number of unexpected happenings – both good and bad – in the opening races of the NASCAR season. Check it out: Stewart-Haas Racing Making Noise There weren’t many people that predicted Stewart-Haas Racing would get off to the fastest start of any […]

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Al Unser Jr. Enters Indy Vintage Race

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Al Unser Jr., a two-time winner of the Indianapolis 500, is the latest driver to confirm participation in the Sportscar Vintage Racing Ass’n Indy Legends Pro-Am at Indianapolis Motor Speedway June 6-8. Check it out: The SVRA, America’s premier vintage racing organization, is creating a return […]

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Tire Test Portends Higher Speeds At Kansas

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More than a dozen Sprint Cup Series teams converged on Kansas Speedway for a Goodyear tire test Tuesday in preparation for the track’s first night race next month. Check it out: Goodyear allowed one car per organization to the single-day test, held in advance of the […]

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Why NASCAR Fans Don’t Have Much to Complain About

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Are NASCAR fans the greatest sports fans on the planet? Check it out: While you may get an argument from the stick-and-ball crowd, especially from the footballers over in Europe, you can say with confidence that… NASCAR fans are the greatest sports fans on the planet! […]

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