NASCAR asks $1B, 10 years


Sanctioning body hits market for title sponsor of top series NASCAR is asking $1 billion over 10 years for its soon-to-be-open Sprint Cup Series title sponsorship, according to sources. The sanctioning body has hit the market for Sprint’s replacement with a price tag of $45 million […]

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Kurt Busch begins reinstatement process


Suspended driver Kurt Busch has agreed to NASCAR’s terms and conditions to pursue reinstatement last Friday, starting the process toward regaining his competition license. NASCAR issued an indefinite suspension Feb. 20, barring Busch from all NASCAR-related activity after a Delaware family court commissioner found a “preponderance […]

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Harvick takes 3rd straight at Atlanta


– Kevin Harvick turned in another dominating performance Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, holding off Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano in the Xfinity Series race. Harvick has won the Atlanta race in NASCAR’s second-tier series three years in a row and four times overall. Logano has […]

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Matt Crafton dominates truck race at Atlanta


“This Menards Toyota Tundra was fast, fast,” Crafton said. “I was really disappointed with qualifying, but it didn’t have a whole lot of single lap speed by itself. I knew once the dropped the green and this thing took off and ran three laps, I thought […]

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Red-hot Joey Logano wins Sprint Cup pole at Atlanta

Joey Logano

Joey Logano picked up Friday right where he left off at Daytona. Logano, who won last Sunday’s season-opening Daytona 500, saved his fastest average lap speed for the final round of Friday’s qualifying session and won the pole for Sunday’s Folds of Honor 500 at Atlanta […]

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Harvick Loses an Engine


Kevin Harvick led final practice, but will have to start at the rear of the field for Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway after losing an engine. Harvick was scheduled to start second. “This is a very rare occasion,” Harvick said. “The […]

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