Labbe On New Job: “I’ll Work Hard Every Day”


Labbe said he looks forward to returning Dillon to the competitive form that earned him a pair of titles in NASCAR’s Camping World Truck and XFINITY Series in 2011 and 2014. Last October, veteran NASCAR crew chief Richard “Slugger” Labbe announced that he was ready to […]

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Haas: No second thoughts over Formula 1 entry


Haas Formula 1 chiefs insist that there have been no second thoughts about its move into the category next year, despite widespread concerns about the sport’s precarious financial state. The collapse of Caterham and failure to impose meaningful cost caps has left the bigger outfits plotting […]

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NASCAR will use new rules package at Kentucky


Less downforce, smaller spoiler will get trial run in July 11 Sprint Cup race In what represents a significant change in thinking, NASCAR said Tuesday it will adjust its aerodynamic rules package for the July 11 race at Kentucky Speedway. The package, aimed at reducing downforce, […]

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NASCAR official explains why Michigan race was called early


Saying it was the “safest decision” for fans at Michigan International Speedway, NASCAR’s Steve O’Donnell justified the move to call Sunday’s Sprint Cup race 62 laps from the scheduled end. O’Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer, made the comments Monday on “The […]

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NASCAR must prepare for Dale Earnhardt Jr. retirement


Dale Earnhardt Jr. created a stir over the weekend when he told a reporter retirement is “on the horizon.” Don’t freak out yet, Junior Nation. Rest assured that Earnhardt more than likely refers to the far, far horizon. NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver won’t call it quits […]

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