Ty Gibbs: NASCAR’s Newest Villain

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After the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Martinsville on Oct. 29, NASCAR may have found its newest villain, 20-year-old Ty Gibbs. Ty Gibbs shocked the NASCAR world on Feb. 20, 2021, becoming the first driver in NASCAR Xfinity Series history to win their debut race without prior experience in the NASCAR Cup Series. When Gibbs […] READ MORE



NASCAR Truck Series: 5 Takeaways from Homestead-Miami

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Ty Majeski brings home another win in the Round of 8 and three drivers join him to race for a championship in Phoenix.  The penultimate race for the Truck Series saw a tight points battle for the two drivers around the cutoff line and Ty Majeski earning his second career win just one race after […] READ MORE


Breaking down Kyle Busch’s move to Richard Childress Racing

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In a season with new cars, 19 different winners, and loads of on-track action, the biggest story may be what’s happened off the track. Kyle Busch‘s contract situation has been closely followed all year, and it has now come to a resolution. Kyle Busch will leave Joe Gibbs Racing at the end of 2022 to […] READ MORE


Underdogs flip the script on rest of Cup Field at Las Vegas

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In the first race of the season at an intermediate track, the NASCAR Cup Series field got turned upside down. Drivers by the likes of Matt DiBenedetto, Bubba Wallace, and Ty Dillon all found themselves in the Top 10. Meanwhile, Kyle Busch at P15 was the highest finishing Toyota in the entire field. That’s something […] READ MORE


NASCAR: Toyota hopes to cash in at the Busch Clash

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This Sunday, four drivers from the Toyota stable will look to take home the manufacturer’s fifth title in the Busch Clash at Daytona International Speedway as the race kicks off Speedweeks. Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr., Denny Hamlin, and Erik Jones, all from Joe Gibbs Racing, will take on 14 other drivers in the exhibition. […] READ MORE


Fernando Alonso: Different Timezone, Different Mindset

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This weekend Fernando Alonso experiences an absolute shift in style of racing numerous continents over. It was a week ago that Alonso, alongside with Toyota saw success in Japan. Finishing 1-2 at WEC’s 6 Hours of Fuji race, Alonso saw himself on a podium for the third time in four races (all four times when […] READ MORE




Starting Grid for the 2018 Le Mans 24 hours

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The #8 Toyota (TS050 HYBRID) of Fernando Alonso, Kazuki Nakajima, and Sebastien Buemi will start the Le Mans 24 Hours from pole. The Japanese manufacturer locked out the front row with sister Toyota car #7. Jenson Button (SMP Racing) starts P7. Idec Sport Racing (P10) are the highest team on the grid in the LMP2 […] READ MORE