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Writing About Daytona To People Who “Don’t Get” NASCAR: #2 – Junior Redeems Himself

It’s a funny thing about Daytona.

One win can change your whole career. In that one moment in 2011 as unheralded Trevor Bayne outdistanced Carl Edwards and others to become a Daytona 500 champion, he was instantly crowned the future of NASCAR. 1,132 more words

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Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Safety has improved in NASCAR, but it can always get even better

Given Kyle Busch’s wreck into an unprotected concrete wall at Daytona International Speedway last month, Dale Earnhardt Jr. said he believes NASCAR must remain vigilant in the initiative to add more SAFER barriers at tracks. 735 more words

Classic cars owned by Earnhardt, Logano, Gordon and other NASCAR stars on display next month in Charlotte

We all know what kind of cars Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon and others drive on a racetrack.

But next month at Charlotte Motor Speedway, you can see some of the cars NASCAR’s biggest names drive on streets and highways. 289 more words

VIDEO: Go for ride around Martinsville Speedway with Truck Series driver Justin Boston

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series joins the Sprint Cup Series this weekend at Martinsville Speedway for its first race since Atlanta in February.

Making his first Truck start at Martinsville is Kyle Busch Motorsports driver Justin Boston, a rookie who spent the last two years in ARCA. 162 more words

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Report: IMS will add additional SAFER barrier before May

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway will add more SAFER barriers coming out of Turn 2 and driver’s left on the short chute between Turns 3 and 4 before the month of May, track president Doug Boles confirmed to  175 more words

Indianapolis Motor Speedway will add new SAFER barriers before 500

Indianapolis Motor Speedway officials plan to install 1,560 additional feet of SAFER barriers at the 2.5-mile facility before on-track activities commence in May for the Indianapolis 500. 474 more words

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Chris Buescher races to 20th-place finish in first career NASCAR Sprint Cup start

A lot had to happen over a five-week stretch for Chris Buescher to find himself starting in his first-career Sprint Cup race.

What started with Kyle Busch’s injuries in the Xfinity Series race at Daytona last month ended with Brett Moffitt stepping out of the No.34 Ford at Front Row Motorsports and replacing Brian Vickers in the No. 384 more words