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Dustin Off The Next Race: Toyota Owners 400

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To quote Denny Hamlin from back in 2015 when he won an Xfinity race at Richmond International Raceway, “I wish we could run short tracks every week.”  So the fact that NASCAR decided to again put two tracks of less than a mile in length in consecutive weeks seems to ...

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Dustin Off The Next Race: Food City 500

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Finally a week where we don’t have to discuss qualifying, or the games being played that suddenly has become qualifying, and instead an off-track news story that honestly has gotten everyone feeling like they are almost 20 years younger. After a successful driving career that concluded in 2000, and a ...

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Dustin Off the Next Race: O’Reilly Auto Parts 500

O'Reilly Auto Parts 500

Ah, good ole Texas, the Lone Star State.  Where everything is always bigger, from the pre-race show, to the football stadium, to even some of the famous people that have called this place home.  I mean, CBS got many spectacular years thanks to Dan Rather, and there’s no way country ...

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2020 Schedule: Some Win, Some Lose, and One Challenge

One track that won big in the schedule shakeup was Martinsville, while others lost out.

The mystery, the questions, rumors and gossip can now come to an end.  We now know that when the turn of the century comes on the calendar, NASCAR has an entirely new look for the schedule. The talk of what could happen, and even what should happen, has been going ...

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Parks Pit Report: STP 500

Brad Keselowski didn't win Martinsville.  He ROUTED Martinsville.

It’s all about that grandfather clock.  It is possibly the most coveted trophy in the sport outside of the Harley J. Earl Trophy that is given at the end of the Daytona 500.  Many want to earn this trophy more than Daytona, and some got theirs after winning Daytona.  Just ...

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Dustin Off The Next Race: STP 500

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Finally, we get to not discuss drafting, positioning, and using the other cars to gain speed for a pass.  Short track racing has arrived for 2019, and the best way to bring it in…is with the shortest of all. We have seen over the years, including as recent as last ...

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Parks Pit Report: TicketGuardian 500

Taste the rainbow, and taste the victory.  The "Candy Man" is back.

Losing that hour of sleep this past weekend certainly has thrown many of us for a loop.  Many don’t even have their sleep cycle back to normal, and yet still, we got in front of our televisions, turned on the PRN broadcast, and of course bought the tickets to watch ...

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Dustin Off The Next Race: TicketGuardian 500

Ticket Guardian 500

It’s not even Sunday, where we usually have the last-minute stories of teams going to the back, final preparations, and even trying to figure out who will be the guy or guys to beat when the green flag actually waves, and we already have a lot of action. Something about ...

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Parks Pit Report: Pennzoil 400 Presented by Jiffy Lube

Win No. 1 for Logano in 2019, and win No. 2 for the new Mustang.  Not a bad start to 2019 for Ford.

Well, needless to say everyone was anticipating an exciting, wild, and intense race with the entire new rules package put into full effect. A progressively banked race track, higher speeds, and utilizing the draft at a place outside of Daytona and Talladega meant there was a big opportunity for excitement, ...

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Dustin Off the Next Race: Pennzoil 400

Pennzoil 400

It’s time to give the folks on the west coast some love in 2019 as it’s once again the part of the season where “NASCAR Goes West” for three consecutive weeks, at three completely different tracks. This is certainly the time where this new aerodynamic package will get a workout, ...

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