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Dustin Off the Final Race: Ford EcoBoost 400

Race Graphic

Well, here we are.  A long, strenuous 35 races has come down to just 400 miles, and 267 laps.  This season we’ve seen triumph, admiration, controversy, calamity, emotion and anger.  There’s been great racing, maybe a bit on the boring side on occasion, but overall a decent 2019 campaign. And, ...

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Dustin Off the Next Race: AAA Texas 500

AAATexas500_2011

God blessed Texas, with his own hands.  And in 1997, he blessed the Fort Worth area with an excellent 1.5-mile speedway that has shown to be just as challenging as many of it’s quad-oval counterparts. But it took a long time before finally this place got two races, and when ...

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In Racing, It’s Be a Man, Or Be Treated as a Boy

Logano-Hamlin

Sunday’s action after the checkered flag waved adds another chapter to what seems to be the ever-ongoing encyclopedia of short-track action leading to short-track tempers.  But what happened afterwards, not from the man getting the grandfather clock, but two other individuals is what has long been a true standard in ...

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Dustin Off the Next Race: First Data 500

First Data 500

After having to take last week off due to having to look after illness, I’m glad to be back and dust off this race to start the Round of 8.  At the same time, as much as I enjoy Martinsville being the race to start this ever so critical round ...

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Dustin Off the Next Race: 1000Bulbs.com 500

1000Bulbs.com 500

I never lie when it comes to this particular race in the playoffs, because the unknown always fears me.  The biggest thing about this race is that the driver isn’t in control of his own fate.  The trust factor among the other competitors is enormous because, like we’ve seen in ...

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Dustin Off the Next Race: DryDene 400

DryDene 400

When this playoff format was first done with the prior schedule, as in up through 2017, I always was a fan of having the first round of the playoffs be concluded at Dover.  Keep in mind, for the most part, the first round was done at a 1.5-mile speedway (Chicagoland), ...

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Raminator Lays it Down to Open Indy Weekend

It was Ram power that became victorious to open the Indy jamboree weekend.

Crisp air in late September means a couple things.  First, the leaves are changing from vibrant green into shades of red, orange, and brown.  Second, the gridiron sees players from the young and innocent to the high-paid and years of experience scoring touchdowns and gaining yardage. Finally, the 4-Wheel Jamboree ...

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