Struggles continue for Bubba Wallace, despite pit crew swap

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Despite some very strong runs at multiple races, Bubba Wallace only has two top-10 finishes in 2022. Why is that? The easiest sign to point to is his struggles on pit road. It’s a tale as old as racing itself. A driver puts in a great performance on track, and their pit crew ruins it […] READ MORE


News analysis: Brad Keselowski penalty

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None of you asked for it, but hop aboard as I break down the massive penalty handed to Brad Keselowski‘s team. News analysis: Brad Keselowski penalty The news NASCAR levied an L2-level penalty on Keselowski’s No. 6 Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing Ford, Thursday, for violations of Sections 14.1 and 14.5 in the NASCAR Rule Book, which […] READ MORE


The White Zone: Thoughts on Atlanta restrictor plate race

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Forty-six lead changes. Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 set a new track record for most lead changes in a race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Given this was a restrictor plate race, that’s not surprising. On paper, it delivered the results that former NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France wanted. As a staunch defender of […] READ MORE


Kurt Busch out-duels Kyle at Atlanta

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What a great send-off to a fantastic racing surface. And I don’t just mean the piece Kurt Busch got from the track. Kurt gets a piece of the track! pic.twitter.com/k9j8x3gY2h — Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) July 12, 2021 The elder statesman of the NASCAR Cup Series locked himself into the playoffs with his fourth career victory at […] READ MORE


Three big stories: Atlanta

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That’s a wrap from Atlanta. Ryan Blaney made it six different winners in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season, after he overtook Kyle Larson in the closing laps of the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. There’s much to discuss, but here’s what I consider the three big stories of Atlanta. Three big stories: Atlanta No. 1 […] READ MORE


The White Zone: NASCAR, either put up or shut up

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Before the start of Sunday’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, the field stopped on the frontstretch and NASCAR threw its two cents into the ongoing protests and riots over the death of George Floyd. Every member of every crew, donned in face masks, stood on the pit wall. NASCAR President, Steve […] READ MORE


NASCAR’s Real Season Begins at Atlanta

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The pomp and circumstance of The Great American Race is in our rearview mirror. Now we get down to the business of the “real” NASCAR season. On to Atlanta Motor Speedway and its 1.5 miles and its big sweeping corners and old beaten and weathered pavement. NASCAR’s Real Season Begins at Atlanta The only thing […] READ MORE