Red Hot Busch Wins Pocono Pole


Kyle Busch continued his hot streak by winning the pole for Sunday’s Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway. It was Busch’s second career pole at Pocono and he captured the top spot with a speed of 178.416 mph. Busch earned his first pole of the season […]

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NASCAR: McMurray quietly having Chase-worthy season


What he has done is consistently post 11th to 15th-place finishes week in and week out. With only one finish outside the top-30, nothing has gone catastrophically wrong for McMurray in 2015. With six races remaining before the beginning of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ “postseason,” […]

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Lime Rock Park wants NASCAR’s trucks


The last time the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour raced at Lime Rock Park was in September of 2011. The race was won by Todd Szegedy. For NASCAR’s K&N Pro Series East at LRP it’s been even longer. Andrew Ranger won the series’ last appearance on the […]

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Erik Jones ready for Pocono truck race


Erik Jones is one of NASCAR’s rising stars. The 19-year-old drives the No. 4 Toyota full-time in the Camping World Truck Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports and will be one of the contenders to watch in the Pocono Mountains 150 at Pocono Raceway on Saturday. Earlier […]

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Truex Poised For Shot At Pocono Double


Martin Truex Jr. is in position to help Pocono Raceway establish a Super 8 Sweeper’s Club. No, there is no new hotel being built on the grounds of the Long Pond, Pa. track. Truex has an opportunity Sunday to become only the eighth driver in history […]

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MWR’s Rob Kauffman moving to buy stake in Ganassi team

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Sources told SportsBusiness Daily that Kauffman would move Bowyer’s No. 15 team with him to Ganassi. What all this would mean for the future of MWR and Ragan is uncertain. SportsBusiness Daily reported Wednesday that Michael Waltrip Racing principal owner Rob Kauffman is moving in on […]

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NASCAR issues P3 penalty to No. 98 team


Crew chief suspended for a race; team owner docked 15 points NASCAR handed down a P3-level penalty Wednesday to the Premium Motorsports No. 98 Ford team for failure to properly attach weight during last weekend’s Sprint Cup Series event at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The No. 98 […]

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