Interview – First Seasons: Tony Stewart

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In this week's column highlighting driver's first seasons, Speedway Media caught up with NASCAR Hall of Famer, Tony Stewart.

Jeff Green Returns to Full Time Competition in NASCAR XFINITY Series

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They say history tends to repeat itself and in the case of 2000 NASCAR XFINITY Series champion Jeff Green, the 2017 season will sort of have a throwback feel for him.

Kurt Busch Posts Solid Seventh Place Finish in Texas

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Despite having to make a second trip down pit road under yellow at lap 149 due to loose lugnuts, Kurt Busch was able to have a solid run at Texas Motor Speedway, finishing sixth in the AAA 500.

More football is coming to Thunder Valley

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The East Tennessee State University Buccaneers will open their Southern Conference portion of play against the Western Carolina Catamounts at Bristol Motor Speedway. The game will take place on Sept. 17.

Denny Hamlin Wins the Daytona 500

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The driver of the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota edged out the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota of Martin Truex Jr. by 11 one-thousanths of a second to win the 58th running of the Great American Race.

NASCAR Champions Featuring ‘Red’ Byron

"In so many ways he was the perfect first champion," Bill France Jr. said of Byron in 1998 when he was named one of NASCAR's 50 Greatest Drivers. "A guy who loved racing so much he refused to give it up. And he loved his country so much he gave it all he had."

Robby Gordon and Matthew Brabham Dominate at Road America

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This weekend Road America provided racing fans a one of a kind experience with the NASCAR Xfinity Series race plus two SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Truck Series events. While the...

Busch and Patrick Fined for Actions in California

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Kyle Busch and Danica Patrick have been penalized for their respective action's from this past weekend in the Golden State.

Opinion: DGR-Crosley, Decker should re-evaluate career path following Bristol

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The Bristol incident was another in a long line for Decker in 2019, as comments from both Hamlin and Crew Chief Frank Kerr highlighted the continuing lack of confidence they have in their driver.

Kyle Larson Involved in Hard Wreck During Auto Club 400

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Kyle Larson walked away from a scary wreck in the early stages of today's race in Fontana. Hurtling down the backstretch, the driver of the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet cut down his left-rear tire, turned into the outside wall, turned down the track and slammed the wall head-on.