Category Archives: racing

Danica Patrick’s final NASCAR race awaits. So does her complicated, unfinished legacy.

As she walked into the media center at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, all the whispering stopped. The keyboard tapping, too. Everyone craned their necks and watched her climb the … Click to Continue »

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Alex Bowman is suddenly the second oldest driver at Hendrick Motorsports

Bowman has more starts than teammates Chase Elliott and William Byron … Click to Continue »

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NASCAR: ‘The Clash’ at Daytona International Speedway: What you need to know

Race: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Advance Auto Parts Clash. Distance: 75 laps, or 187.5 miles. Where: Daytona International Speedway, a 2.5-mile, asphalt tri-oval in Daytona Beach, Florida. When: 3 … Click to Continue »

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NASCAR season begins with Truex reigning, series rebuilding

Martin Truex Jr. has been all over the country during his brief reign as NASCAR’s newest champion. Since winning his first Cup title in November, Truex has celebrated in Las … Click to Continue »

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If Ford’s NASCAR teams retire the Fusion, perhaps there’s a bolder name than Mustang

If the Ford Fusion gets retired from the automaker’s passenger-car lineup, what nameplate should replace it in the NASCAR Cup Series? There’s an obvious candidate, but if Ford Performance asked … Click to Continue »

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NASCAR champ Truex pulls for Eagles in drive at Super Bowl

NASCAR champion Martin Truex Jr. is rooting for the Philadelphia Eagles in their drive toward a Super Bowl victory. Truex, who is from Mayetta, New Jersey, grew up an Eagles … Click to Continue »

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Darlington Raceway spending nearly $7 million on grandstands

NASCAR’s “Lady in Black” is getting a multimillion dollar upgrade. Darlington Raceway is spending nearly $7 million to upgrade and improve seating in three of its main grandstands, a project … Click to Continue »

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NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Childress: ‘Thank God and our Second Amendment’ after break-in

There’s a reason NASCAR Hall of Famer and team owner Richard Childress praised the Second Amendment in a Tuesday interview. Three men attempted to break into Childress’ Davidson County home … Click to Continue »

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AJ Allmendinger says new roval at Charlotte will be a challenge

Allmendinger expects lots of beating and banging with tempers flaring … Click to Continue »

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Townsend Bell's home robbed of memorabilia during Rolex race

Townsend Bell competed in the Rolex 24 at Daytona over the weekend, then flew home to Los Angeles to receive bad news from his wife: Their home had been burglarized … Click to Continue »

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