Kevin Harvick: ‘New Hampshire Has Been Good to Us’

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer  LOUDON, N.H. — As the NASCAR Cup Series rolls into The Magic Mile, 21-year veteran driver Kevin Harvick will seek his fifth win at the 1.058-mile New England track. Throughout his career, Harvick has had a lot of good racetracks and the Loudon is one of them. 45-year-old Harvick has […]

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Alfredo looking forward to home track Cup debut at NHMS

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer  LOUDON, N.H. — There is something about making a debut at your home track that feels different. That will ring true this Sunday for Front Row Motorsports driver Anthony Alfredo. Alfredo, a native of Ridgefield, Connecticut will make his New Hampshire Motor Speedway debut in his No. 38 DUDE Wipes […]

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Michael Annett Misses Atlanta Xfinity Race Due to Leg Injury

HAMPTON, Ga. — Michael Annett did not start Saturday’s Credit Karma Money 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway due to a leg injury. The Athletic was the first to report the information as the JR Motorsports team scrambled to find a replacement driver as driver introductions were already underway. 2013 series champion Austin Dillon was named as […]

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Jeff Gordon excited for new role at Hendrick Motorsports

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer Late last month, four-time NASCAR Champion, and NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon was named Vice Chairman of Hendrick Motorsports. The role ranks Gordon as the second-ranking team official to owner and chairman, Rick Hendrick. Gordon will assume the strategic executive management role on the first of January 2022, and […]

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PHOTO GALLERY: Inaugural Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway

By Matt Courson, Staff Writer / Photographer  LEBANON, Tenn. — Kyle Larson dominated Sunday’s inaugural Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway, netting his third win in a row in the NASCAR Cup Series. Larson led 264 of the 300 laps at Nashville, which is the fifth time in seven weeks where he has led the most […]

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Chase Briscoe Feels Tire Test Experience Gives Him Advantage With Limited Practice

By Matt Courson, Staff Writer When the Cup cars hit the track on Saturday at Nashville Superspeedway for the first time in history, look for Chase Briscoe to possibly have an advantage over the competition. Briscoe was part of a pair of Goodyear tire tests held at the speedway back in March and April. Other drivers […]

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Kyle Larson Delivers Record 269th Hendrick Win in Dominant Run at Charlotte

By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service CONCORD, NC. — In dominating fashion, Kyle Larson won NASCAR’s longest race on Sunday night and in the process gave team owner Rick Hendrick a record 269th victory, most in NASCAR Cup Series history. Larson’s win in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway was the eighth of his career […]

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