COLUMN: Bettin’ on NASCAR at Atlanta Motor Speedway This Week is a Crapshoot

By Jerry Jordan, Editor HAMPTON, Ga. – With nothing more than a single practice on the newly repaved and increased banking at Atlanta Motor Speedway it is hard to gauge which NASCAR driver in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 is most likely to find themselves in Victory Lane. Many would want to go with […]

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COLUMN: Longshots and Value Bets May Be Key for Bettin’ NASCAR at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

By Jerry Jordan, Editor LAS VEGAS – Defending NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Larson has been the favorite to win every race, so far, this season but with 9 to 5 odds, basically just a little better than two to one, the odds don’t make him a favorable value bet. But don’t despair, there are […]

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Joey Logano holds off Kyle Busch to win memorable Busch Light Clash in Los Angeles

February 6, 2022  By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service LOS ANGELES — At the end of a transformative NASCAR experience that took the City of Angels by storm, Joey Logano held off hard-charging pole winner Kyle Busch to triumph in Sunday’s Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum. Logano got the lead on Lap 116, moments […]

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Saturday Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum Notebook

February 5, 2022 By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service Kyle Busch tops qualifying for the Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum LOS ANGELES — Kyle Busch turned a lap in 13.745 seconds (65.489 mph) Saturday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to pace single-car qualifying for Sunday’s Busch Light Clash at the Coliseum. That means […]

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‘Solid Day’ Ends with Top-Five Finish for Cindric at Texas

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Strategy earned Austin Cindric a win in Stage 1 but left him climbing through the field for a top-five finish at Texas Motor Speedway. Cindric started the second Stage outside the top-25. Two more back-to-back cautions kept him behind. The Mooresville, N.C. native couldn’t break back into the top-10 before […]

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Nemechek Validates Sam Hunt Racing’s Speed with Richmond Top-Five

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer John Hunter Nemechek scored a top-five finish for Sam Hunt Racing (SHR) at Richmond Raceway, validating the organization’s speed in the process. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoff driver joined SHR during an off weekend for the Truck Series. Nemechek ran inside the top-10 throughout much of the Go […]

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From ‘Construction Site to Racetrack’ Xfinity Drivers React to Darlington ‘Grip Strip’

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Drivers from the NASCAR Xfinity Series had mixed reactions to the repaved ‘grip strip’ in Turn 2 of Darlington Raceway. Several weeks prior to the Sport Clips / VFW Help a Hero 200 at ‘The Track Too Tough to Tame,’ track officials unveiled a repaving of the racing surface in […]

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Harrison Burton Keeping Focus on Xfinity With Cup on Horizon

By: Zach Catanzareti, Staff Writer Harrison Burton is making the “big jump” in 2022. That being the infamous step into a rookie NASCAR Cup Series season. And as if that isn’t intimidating enough, the 20-year-old will be representing the oldest team in the sport, Wood Brothers Racing and their famed No. 21 Ford. Announced in […]

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Phenom Ty Gibbs Continues to Impress with Third Xfinity Series win in 10 Races

By Holly Cain, NASCAR Wire Service Even the very drivers he beat offered congratulations to 18-year old Ty Gibbs for the teenager’s victory in Saturday afternoon’s Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey 200 at the renowned Watkins Glen International road course. No matter which side of the track Gibbs re-started from, no matter the occasional hiccup getting […]

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