Almirola scores Michigan top-10 despite miscommunication

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer A miscommunication ultimately ended up as a net gain for Aric Almirola in the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Miscommunication Almirola went to a back-up car between the two races at the 2.0-mile Michigan track. The back-up No. 10 Smithfield Hometown Originals Ford Mustang has a different list […]

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Cole Custer ready to tackle NHMS: ‘I’m ready to go’

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer For the most part the month of July was kind to Stewart-Haas Racing rookie Cole Custer. He captured his first NASCAR Cup Series victory at Kentucky Speedway and in his last four races, he has captured three top-10 finishes. New Hampshire Custer will make his first NASCAR Cup Series start […]

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OPINION: It’s hard to bet against Harvick at Loudon

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer As the NASCAR Cup Series heads to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, it’s hard to bet against Kevin Harvick. Okay, it’s hard to bet against Harvick in any aspect in 2020. More so, it’s especially hard with the kind of  season the 2014 Champion is […]

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Henry Repeating Arms will sponsor Briscoe at Road America; Offering free tickets to veterans, medical workers

By: Sarah Handy, Staff Writer When NASCAR announced the fourth installment of racing as racing returned amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it kept the Henry 180 at Road America on track for Saturday August 8th. Additionally, the race will have full track-side fan attendance as well. Not only is Henry Repeating Arms the title sponsor of […]

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Aric Almirola earns seventh consecutive top-10 of 2020 at Texas

By: Sarah Handy, Staff Writer It was an eventful O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway for Stewart-Haas Racing driver, Aric Almirola and it started even before the green flag flew. Stage One Due to random draw for qualifying, Almirola started on the pole for the 334-lap event, the 16th of the season. However, […]

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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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