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The Biff Man Parts Ways With Roush Fenway
Tuesday, 22 Nov, 2016 – 10:14 | Comments Off on The Biff Man Parts Ways With Roush Fenway
The Biff Man Parts Ways With Roush Fenway

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Greg Biffle’s 19-year tenure at Roush Fenway Racing ended abruptly Monday, with the veteran NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver citing a relationship that had “kind of run its course.”
Biffle, RFR’s longest-tenured driver, has raced the No. 16 Ford in Cup since 2002. Biffle joined Roush Fenway in 1998, winning championships […]

Stewart Got All Dolled Up At His Texas Farewell
Thursday, 17 Nov, 2016 – 12:43 | Comments Off on Stewart Got All Dolled Up At His Texas Farewell
Stewart Got All Dolled Up At His Texas Farewell

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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FORT WORTH, Texas – As retirement gifts at Texas Motor Speedway go, Tony Stewart could have done worse.
Consider that last November, TMS President Eddie Gossage presented retirement-bound/four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon, and children Ella and Leo, a pair of Shetland ponies named Scout and Smoky…and a shovel…and […]

Brian France Talks About The Family Business In Phoenix
Sunday, 13 Nov, 2016 – 16:21 | Comments Off on Brian France Talks About The Family Business In Phoenix
Brian France Talks About The Family Business In Phoenix

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Is Ben Kennedy being groomed to take over the NASCAR family business? It sure sounds like it.
The NASCAR Wire Service reports that during a keynote presentation Friday at Transitions West 2016, a family business conference held in Phoenix – site of this weekend’s racing – NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France shared stories of advice […]

TMS Extends Its Global Reach
Monday, 7 Nov, 2016 – 9:07 | Comments Off on TMS Extends Its Global Reach
TMS Extends Its Global Reach

FORT WORTH, Texas – Its stature as “The Great American Speedway” firmly established, it’s time to acknowledge Texas Motor Speedway as “The Rand McNally of Motorsports.”
That tag became applicable Sunday, when three temporary residents of Antarctica attending the 12th annual AAA Texas 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase race allowed TMS to complete a fan […]

Racing Cars Is Easiest Thing Tifft Has Been Facing
Sunday, 6 Nov, 2016 – 8:42 | Comments Off on Racing Cars Is Easiest Thing Tifft Has Been Facing
Racing Cars Is Easiest Thing Tifft Has Been Facing

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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FORT WORTH, Texas – Stick-and-ball athletes routinely resume their careers after dealing with torn knee ligaments, shattered shoulders and concussions. Those hurts come with the turf.
But brain surgery _ that’s a whole other ballgame and a life-altering circumstance aspiring NASCAR driver Matt Tifft has stared-down during a career in […]

Kyle Busch’s Texas Weekend Hits Early Wall
Friday, 4 Nov, 2016 – 18:15 | Comments Off on Kyle Busch’s Texas Weekend Hits Early Wall
Kyle Busch’s Texas Weekend Hits Early Wall

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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FORT WORTH, Texas – Reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch will contest the AAA Texas 500 in a backup car after crashing his primary No. 18 Toyota Camry during Friday’s opening practice at Texas Motor Speedway.
Busch, of Joe Gibbs Racing, is among seven drivers looking to join six-time […]

Car Slams, Injures Pedestrians After Race At Martinsville
Monday, 31 Oct, 2016 – 7:12 | Comments Off on Car Slams, Injures Pedestrians After Race At Martinsville
Car Slams, Injures Pedestrians After Race At Martinsville

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Nearly two dozen people were injured Sunday at Martinsville Speedway after the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 when a person maneuvered his vehicle out of the traffic line and plowed into a group of pedestrians.
The injured, who Virginia State Police said ranged in age from 13 to 65, were behind turns one and […]

Hurricane Smacks DIS; Charlotte Race Postponed
Saturday, 8 Oct, 2016 – 9:08 | Comments Off on Hurricane Smacks DIS; Charlotte Race Postponed
Hurricane Smacks DIS; Charlotte Race Postponed

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Daytona International Speedway officials said the facility, which is home to NASCAR’s most important race – the Daytona 500 – suffered damage from Hurricane Matthew.
Meanwhile, Matthew forced postponement of the Sprint Cup Series race from Saturday night to Sunday at noon.
NBC will broadcast the first race in the Round of 12 of the Chase for the NASCAR […]

Childress, Earnhardt Were Hot At CMS 30 Years Ago
Friday, 7 Oct, 2016 – 18:28 | Comments Off on Childress, Earnhardt Were Hot At CMS 30 Years Ago
Childress, Earnhardt Were Hot At CMS 30 Years Ago

Thirty years before Charlotte Motor Speedway became the first race in the Chase’s second round, Dale Earnhardt and his Richard Childress Racing team steamrolled into the 1.5-mile track in October 1986 with a season as hot as the sweltering temperatures that blanketed the facility that fall.
With only four races left in the 29-race season. Earnhardt […]

Rains Washes Out Friday Schedule At Charlotte
Friday, 7 Oct, 2016 – 14:32 | Comments Off on Rains Washes Out Friday Schedule At Charlotte
Rains Washes Out Friday Schedule At Charlotte

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Persistent rain and the forecast for more of it, forced NASCAR to cancel all of Friday’s on-track activity at Charlotte Motor Speedway, including the Xfinity Series Chase Round of 12 finale and Sprint Cup practice.
The rain in the Southeast come courtesy of Hurricane Matthew.
The Xfinity race is now scheduled to run Sunday at 11 a.m. […]