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Dustin Off the Next Race: Coke Zero Sugar 400

Coke Zero 400

As Sir Isaac Newton once wrote, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” That is exactly my thought process right now when it comes to the type of racing we now are seeing at the former “plate” tracks of Talladega and Daytona.  The reason why is because ...

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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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Parks Pit Report: Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500

Illness couldn't keep Brad Keselowski down, but the best medicine is certainly seeing that checkered flag.

Heading into Sunday’s action in Atlanta, the real story was the new rules, and how it would effect the racing on such a fast and challenging track.  But, heading into Sunday, it was not exactly the race to determine how the taller spoiler, radiator pan, splitter and tapered spacer would ...

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Horsepower Fantasy Racing: Results Following the STP 500

The No. 2 has a history at Martinsville.  Brad Keselowski added to that legacy on Sunday.

Short track racing is what the heart and soul of any racing circuit is built on.  Whether it’s pavement or dirt, across the U.S. these type of tracks are how many drivers get their careers started. When the top-tier series in NASCAR decides to go short track racing, those same ...

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Horsepower Fantasy Racing: Results Following the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500

Coming from behind after issues early in the race, Brad Keselowski is now Playoff eligible.

NASCAR decided that along with a new sponsor, they would make a few changes in the point system.  It is exactly the same idea when Nextel came on board for 2004 in the institution of the Chase format.  Monster Energy first came on board, then soon after, the new “Stage ...

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