NASCAR tests options to improve passing game in 2015


In an incessant quest to enhance passing at superspeedways, NASCAR tried divergent directions — from underpowered cars with high grip to ill-handling models — during a Monday test at Michigan International Speedway. The nine-hour session, which included 10 Sprint Cup teams running several simulated races on […]

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Jeff Gordon says NASCAR should rethink minimum speeds


Do you agree with Jeff? Jeff Gordon isn’t concerned about Hendrick Motorsports’ mediocre showing Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, but he does have a concern about other competitors’ lack of speed. In the wake of Joey Logano being wrecked by the lapped car of Morgan […]

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Brad Keselowski wins Nationwide race at New Hampshire

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Brad Keselowski had a couple of impressive performances at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It’s the victory celebration that again gave him fits. Keselowski topped all the fields Saturday, including a dominant run in his Nationwide Series victory. Keselowski also led the speed charts during both Sprint […]

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Erik Jones wins NASCAR trucks race in Iowa


The 18-year-old Michigan native led 131 of the 200 laps and fought off a late charge by Ryan Blaney, who finished second after the two made contact while battling for the lead with 16 laps remaining. The grumblings seemed to get louder each time the No. […]

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Brad Keselowski wins at Kentucky, shows title form


Keselowski owns Kentucky. Within seconds of crossing the finish line at Saturday night’s Quaker State 400, Brad Keselowski immediately started thinking about the big picture. “Feels like championship form to me,” Keselowski radioed to his team. It might have just been one race on one night, […]

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