Brad Keselowski wins Dover pole; Jimmie Johnson fourth

Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski and NASCAR’s new qualifying format continue to get along quite well. Check it out: Keselowski won the pole for Sunday’s FedEx 400 at Dover International Speedway, marking his eighth front-row start of the season and second pole position in 13 races. Keselowski set a […]

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Stewart: ‘It’s My Life’


Tony Stewart plans to continue driving sprint cars and won’t let anyone talk him out of following his passion. Check it out: Stewart was sidelined with a broken leg last year after his early-August crash while racing a sprint car in Iowa. There’s been speculation whether […]

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Nashville Superspeedway sold


On Thursday, Dover Motorsports Inc. announced an agreement to sell Nashville Superspeedway near Lebanon, Ten., to NeXovation for $27 million in cash and the assumption of the remaining balance of $18,800 in Revenue Bonds issued by the Sports Authority of the County of Wilson, Tennessee, for […]

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TNT returns for six-race NASCAR Summer Series

pocono 400

NASCAR on TNT returns with all-access coverage on Sunday, June 8 at Pocono Raceway, the first of six consecutive race weeks during the NASCAR Summer Series. Check it out: A new addition for 2014, the Toyota Camry Test Car, will be driven by TNT analysts and […]

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‘Rowdy’ On the Rampage in Truck Series


Kyle Busch on a roll at truck series. Check it out: There are 34 drivers entered in Friday’s Lucas Oil 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Dover International Speedway. The challenge for 33 of them is figuring out a way to beat Kyle Busch. He’s […]

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Have They Made Auto Racing Too Safe?


It’s an argument that’s as old as the day is long. Check it out: Have NASCAR and IndyCar made racing too safe? And have millions of fans stopped watching it because they no longer see the big wrecks and images of drivers being carried away in […]

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