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Time to Park It: Folds of Honor 500 & Blu-Emu 500

It wan an A-MAIZE-ING Sunday for Kevin Harvick in Atlanta.

The last week has been one of those where the racing certainly has been the talk, but the actions outside of the track certainly have been on the minds of everyone. Sunday’s race, before the green flag was in the air, spoke volumes of where the sport was, is, and ...

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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 Bank of America ROVAL 400

Right place, right time, right opportunity.  Ryan Blaney officially is in the next round of the Playoffs.

All the hype, all the anticipation, all the unknowns, it was time to make or break for everything that was invested in making Charlotte a unique experience unlike anything in years past.  The last 10 years, it has been either a Saturday night shootout, or a Sunday delight, on the ...

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Horsepower Fantasy Racing: Results Following the Auto Club 400

The Champ has returned to victory.

Entering Sunday’s green flag, the focus was on the entire No. 4 organization.  The three-race winning streak of Kevin Harvick was all the talk of the garage.  Could it continue…could he dominate or would it be hard-earned…could it come to an end? The latter question took only 39 laps to ...

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Horsepower Preview 2018: Furniture Row Racing

Can Truex replicate what he accomplished in 2017?

The calendar year has turned over to January, and with it comes a new outlook on the upcoming season.  Teams are getting prepared due to either new drivers coming in, or even a swap of manufacturer.  Many teams are having to change body styles with the implementation of some “muscle” ...

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