Remembering Steve Byrnes


“I went the distance,” he wrote. Steve Byrnes lost his long battle with cancer today at the age of 56. The end came more quickly than any of us had hoped, and certainly more quickly than we were prepared for. Steve was able to watch Sunday’s […]

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President Obama Honors Harvick


Harvick had previously attended the White House in 2012 as a member of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, but this was his first visit as the guest of honor – and NASCAR Sprint Cup champion. In what has become an annual tradition of recognizing […]

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Denny Hamlin plans to return at Richmond


Health improves after driver missed Bristol race Denny Hamlin says he’s confident that he’ll be in good health for Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, three days after neck spasms forced him out of the series’ most recent event at Bristol Motor Speedway. Hamlin plans […]

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Townsend Bell Secures Indy 500 Entry


Dreyer & Reinbold – Kingdom Racing have announced veteran open-wheel racer Townsend Bell will drive the No. 24 Robert Graham Special in the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 on May 24. Bell, 39, will compete in his ninth Indy 500 with the Robert Graham Special, […]

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Career Best for Allgaier


Justin Allgaier’s eighth-place finish in the Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes at Bristol Motor Speedway was the best finish of his Sprint Cup career. The HScott Motorsports driver did a stellar job of staying out of trouble and running at the front of […]

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Billy Moyer Jr. Steps Away From Racing


Billy Moyer Jr., son of legendary dirt late model racer Billy Moyer, has announced he will be taking an indefinite leave from racing. “I’ve been around racing my entire life, and I’ve come to a point where I just need a break to focus on different […]

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Keselowski, Logano wreck early at Bristol


“The rain was coming in and out and the car just took off on me. I would like to blame the rain, but I honestly don’t know,” Keselowski said. “Usually when a car gets that far sideways and it’s kind of out of nowhere there’s a […]

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