Steve Park To Return To Camping World Truck Series Competition

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Eddie Sharp Racing announced on Friday that they’ve signed Steve Park to drive the No. 41 Toyota in the upcoming Chicagland Speedway race on August 27th.

Straight from The Glen: Friday

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The talk in the garage today focused on the news of Atlanta Motor Speedway losing one of its two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races starting in the 2011 season.

On Pit Road: Yes for Kentucky, No for Indy

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It really came as no surprise to anyone that follows NASCAR Thursday, when Atlanta Motor Speedway President Ed Clark announced that the track would cut back to a single NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race for 2011.

Road Course Veteran Ron Follows to run for JR Motorsports at the Glen

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Road course ace, Ron Fellows will make second start of the season this weekend at Watkins Glen International Raceway for JR Motorsports. He will be driving the No. 88 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Nationwide Series Zippo 200.

Speedway Media News and Bits NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

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Several significant track improvement await drives at Watkins Glen for this weekends', Helluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen. These improvements have come during the off-season, which included paving over gravel traps, installing SAFER barriers, new run-off areas, and rumble strips in specific places.

NASCAR Puts Muzzle on Drivers and Freedom of Speech

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It was announced earlier this week at the Associated Press (AP) learned that at least two star drivers this season has been fined, as much as $50,000..

How ‘Radioman’ Doug Taylor Saved Mark Martin’s Life

Stock car racing has always been a team sport. Each person in the organization plays a key role in the success of the team. One minor mistake can ruin a driver’s day and the smallest thing can often make the biggest impact.

As JR Motorsports Continues Driver Search, Almirola Looks To Be The One

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JR Motorsports (JRM) this year has been trying a group of various drivers to see who’ll be driving the No. 88 full-time next year in the Nationwide Series.

NASCAR to implement New Qualifying Procedure for Trucks at Pocono

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Last week, NASCAR announced that there’d be a revised qualifying procedure for the Camping World Truck Series’ next race at Pocono Raceway.

Reutimann announces new deal with MWR; Aaron`s to sponsor

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David Reutimann and Michael Waltrip Racing announced at Indianapolis Motor Speedway that the driver has re-signed with MWR and will continue racing the No. 00 Aaron’s Toyota again next year.