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Three big stories: Kansas

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I’d make a “Wizard of Oz” reference, but y’all’ve heard them all. Plus, I can’t think of one for this piece. Anyway, here’s three big stories from Sunday’s Buschy McBusch Race 400 (no, you didn’t misread that) at Kansas Speedway. Three big stories: Kansas 1. Kyle Busch overcomes personal adversity to get first win of […] READ MORE


The White Zone: Welcome to Talladega

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Time to break out the Talladega Superspeedway checklist. Let’s see: Drivers angry after a “big” wreck? That was a hell of an interview from @joeylogano there. Lots to unpack. Raw and honest thoughts. ūüí≠ "When are we gonna stop? This is dangerous. I've got a roll bar on my head. I'm one hit away from […] READ MORE




Shane van Gisbergen claims 6 straight wins to open 2021 V8 Supercar season

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It is 6 consecutive wins to begin the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship for Shane van Gisbergen and his Red Bull Holden Racing team. That is an accomplishment that matches those of Mark Scaife, and Alan Moffat’s amazing records – something few thought would ever be matched in the highly competitive modern Australian championship. Yet for […] READ MORE


Three big stories: Richmond

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And just like that, NASCAR reaches the quarter-mark of the season. Sunday was the first of multiple weekends featuring the NASCAR Cup Series, the NTT IndyCar Series and Formula 1. All three gave us stories to discuss. With his victory at Richmond Raceway, will¬†Alex Bowman take the next step in his development?¬†Martin Truex Jr. channeled […] READ MORE


NASCAR Xfinity Series: Team reports from the Cook Out 250

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The NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Martinsville Speedway was dominated by two race shops. It was clear from the beginning that the winner of the Cook Out 250 would either come from Jr. Motorsports or Joe Gibbs Racing. Both camps have four cars in their Xfinity Series programs, and all eight cars finished in the […] READ MORE


Three big stories: Martinsville

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What’s not to love about Martinsville? Sunday¬†wrapped up a wet, but chaotic race weekend in victory lane at Martinsville Speedway, NASCAR’s last charter track. Between¬†Martin Truex Jr. developing into a short track racing ace,¬†Denny Hamlin reminding everybody of his Martinsville prowess and the inconsistencies of NASCAR on rain delays, here’s what I consider the three […] READ MORE