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Wallace Recovers From Pit Road Penalty for Kansas Top-10

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Driving through the field not once, not twice, but rather four separate times, Bubba Wallace recovered to finish inside the top-10 at Kansas Speedway. Before a caution waved with 70 laps to go, Wallace’s No. 23 McDonald’s Toyota Camry had just entered the top-five. The 23XI Racing driver was continuing […]

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COLUMN: Kevin Harvick’s Bettin’ Odds For NASCAR’s Race At Kansas Speedway Just Jumped Into ‘Must Play’ Territory

By Jerry Jordan, Editor Bettin’ the NASCAR action at Kansas Speedway this week is no easy task, especially when it comes to the favorite based on odds alone, but the oddsmakers at WynnBET Sportsbook have done everyone a favor and pushed Kevin Harvick into a scenario where his payback is too good to pass up. […]

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COLUMN: Bettin’ On NASCAR Win Experience At Darlington Raceway For This Week’s Picks

By Jerry Jordan, Editor Going into the race this weekend at Darlington Raceway, there are lots of questions about who might have the best shot at winning and who also has the best odds. Kyle Larson has the best overall average finish but he has only participated in eight Cup Series races here and his […]

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Kevin Harvick Would Have Moved Denny Hamlin To Win At Richmond Raceway

By Jerry Jordan/Editor Wins in the NASCAR Cup Series are so important that drivers aren’t worried about admitting their intentions to move a leader out of the way if it means they could have a shot at taking home the checkered flag. It happened in the Xfinity Series race on Saturday at Richmond Raceway and […]

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COLUMN: Bettin’ a Past Winner at Phoenix Raceway May Be Key to Cashing In

By Jerry Jordan, Editor I’ve said several times that finding the right driver to bet on this season is NASCAR is no easy task as the new car plays more of a role in finishes than many people thought it would, so going off past races alone could leave bettors lighter in the wallet. Still, […]

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Kyle Busch takes a look at the tablet to review performance data from the Next Gen car. Photo by Rachel Schuoler with Kickin' the Tires.

COLUMN: Bettin’ at Auto Club Speedway After a Costly Day At Daytona

By Jerry Jordan, Editor To say superspeedways are unpredictable is an understatement and there’s no denying I got crushed last week on my picks to win the 2022 Daytona 500. But that’s going to happen – probably more often than not and it doesn’t really matter what track the NASCAR Cup Series is at. Because […]

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Kyle Busch takes a look at the tablet to review performance data from the Next Gen car. Photo by Rachel Schuoler with Kickin' the Tires.

NASCAR’s West Coast Swing Looks to Answer Next-Gen Unknowns Going into 2022 NASCAR Season

FONTANA, Calif. – When NASCAR introduced the Gen-7 car to the track this year, it left many questions unanswered. During the off-season, social media buzzed with concerns, doubts and criticism from the number placement to the handling, including the body design and the single lug nut wheels. But after NASCAR’s success from the Busch Light […]

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Derek Kraus and BMR / MHR: a Great Story

By Vincent Delforge, special to KickinTheTires.net At 20 years-old, second-generation driver from Stratford, WI, Derek Kraus will begin his third season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with McAnally-Hilgemann Racing on February 18. The team is led by Bill McAnally, Bill and Mona Hilgemann. MHR moved to the Chevrolet fold for this new season in partnership with […]

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