No room left for NASCAR’s small operators?


Air might be free, but getting that air to move at a brisk pace along the surface of a stock car is an expensive proposition. Driver Martin Truex Jr. was looking to illustrate the plight of the smaller teams competing in Sprint Cup competition. So he […]

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NASCAR is prepared to get wet at the Glen


Teams will incorporate new rain package on Sprint Cup cars this weekend. For the second time this season, NASCAR will bring a new rain package to a road course for the Sprint Cup tour. Last September, the sanctioning body introduced new rules for racing in inclement […]

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Kevin Harvick sees no reason to panic


Standing on the grounds of the South Carolina governor’s mansion Tuesday, Kevin Harvick didn’t bother playing politics when answering a question about the rise of Joe Gibbs Racing and Kyle Busch. Then again, maybe he did play some politics by refusing to go along with the […]

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NASCAR Changes Warning Penalties


The loss of pit stall selection will now be the penalty for multiple written warnings. NASCAR announced the modification to the system in a bulletin issued to teams on Wednesday. Teams that receive a fourth warning for transgressions such as multiple attempts going through qualifying inspection […]

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