Ragan hopes for full-time ride in 2016


Ragan, no doubt, would be happy anywhere as long as it involved a ride on the Sprint Cup circuit. David Ragan is all about arriving in a timely manner. These days, though, he probably has to pause for a second to remember where he’s supposed to […]

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What would manufacturer change do for Furniture Row?


Bruce: Teams switching manufacturers hasn’t happened too often Whether or not a switch in nameplates is in the works for Furniture Row Racing remains to be seen, but additional support from Chevrolet or a fresh start with another auto manufacturer isn’t expected to depend solely on […]

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Why Danica Patrick will make the NASCAR Hall of Fame


Wait, read the story before you throw your computer at the wall. Sixty-six years ago tomorrow, the first NASCAR race was held at Charlotte Speedway, a three-quarter-mile dirt track in North Carolina, on June 19, 1949. Finishing 14th was Sarah Christian. Three weeks later the second […]

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Driver Spotlight: Daniel Suárez

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What started as a hobby turned into a profession for Daniel Suárez. After a friend got him interested in karting, Suárez, who is from Monterrey, Mexico, pursued racing in his home country and then made the move to the United States. He now competes in the […]

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Ross Kenseth Eyes XFINITY Debut

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Ross Kenseth will follow in his father Matt’s footsteps when he makes his first XFINITY Series start Saturday night at Chicagoland Speedway. The second-generation driver will wheel the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota in the Owens Corning AttiCat 300. It’s a moment the father-son duo […]

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