Ty Dillon earns best Cup Series finish of 3rd at Talladega; ‘It feels great’

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer It was typical Talladega racing for the NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday, a race that saw 13 cautions and a multitude of wrecks. However, it was also a career best day for Germain Racing driver Ty Dillon. In his fourth full-time season in the No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet for Germain […]

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Ruling robs DiBenedetto of runner-up finish at Talladega

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Wood Brothers Racing’s Matt DiBenedetto finished runner-up to Denny Hamlin until NASCAR penalized the No. 21 driver for a final lap violation. In multiple attempts at overtime, DiBenedetto found himself up front at Talladega Superspeedway. The chaotic scramble to the finish of the YellaWood 500 saw the No. 21 Menards […]

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Comments From the Eliminated Playoff Drivers After Bristol

By Matt Courson, Staff Writer BRISTOL, Tenn. — Four drivers were eliminated from Playoff competition following Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Matt DiBenedetto, Ryan Blaney, Cole Custer, and William Byron’s title hopes went up in smoke. Matt DiBenedetto entered Saturday night’s race 25 points below the cutline and was essentially […]

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Rough night at Darlington puts Blaney behind Playoff ‘Eight-Ball’

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer A pre-race penalty and an unscheduled put Ryan Blaney behind the proverbial ‘eight-ball’ just one race into the NASCAR Playoffs. Before the Cook Out Southern 500 started, the points cushion that Blaney’s No. 12 Menards / Maytag 2003 Throwback Ford Mustang evaporated. Following pre-race technical inspection, NASCAR Cup Series officials […]

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Team Penske teammates crash out of lead at Michigan

By: Zach Catanzareti, Staff Writer Rule No. 1 of auto racing broke Sunday at Michigan International Speedway when teammates tangled in Turn 2… while racing for the lead. On lap 95 of the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan, Ryan Blaney was leading Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski for the top spot shortly following a restart. […]

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COLUMN: Dedicated NASCAR fans may be an underappreciated bunch

By Jerry Jordan, Editor LOUDON, N.H. – Being a NASCAR fan is a hard – especially during a global pandemic that has led to seemingly ever-changing government regulations, attendance restrictions and criticism from the “Karens” of the world pointing fingers because they believe gathering for a sporting event is a social distancing failure that will […]

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Cole Custer leaves Texas with disappointing finish

By: Sarah Handy, Staff Writer One week after winning his first NASCAR Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway, Cole Custer was left with a disappointing result at Texas Motor Speedway. Custer looked poised to capture a solid finish at the 1.5-mile speedway on Sunday after starting the 334-lap event in the 19th position and making […]

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‘KFB’ finishes top-five after run through Texas grass

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer Despite being involved in a mid-race 10-car pileup, Kyle Busch managed to recover for a top-five finish at Texas Motor Speedway. The Crash On lap 218, Busch’s No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry was solidly inside the top-10 in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500. In the tight quarters, the Joe […]

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