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Harvick Wins Dover; Overcomes Two Ugly Finishes
Sunday, 4 Oct, 2015 – 17:19 | Comments Off on Harvick Wins Dover; Overcomes Two Ugly Finishes
Harvick Wins Dover; Overcomes Two Ugly Finishes

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Kevin Harvick and his Stewart-Haas Racing team avoided the mistakes they made in the first two races of the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship and logged a dominating victory in the third.
Harvick, who led all but 42 of 400 laps, won Sunday’s race at Dover International Speedway and in doing […]

Rain Puts Kenseth On Cup Pole In Dover
Saturday, 3 Oct, 2015 – 8:03 | Comments Off on Rain Puts Kenseth On Cup Pole In Dover
Rain Puts Kenseth On Cup Pole In Dover

By Reid Spencer
NASCAR Wire Service
DOVER, Del. – A hard, steady rain at Dover International Speedway made Matt Kenseth’s life easier—and Kevin Harvick’s challenge even more difficult than it otherwise might have been.
With a massive East Coast storm forcing cancellation of all of Friday’s track activity at the Monster Mile, including NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying, […]

Q&A: Harvick Talks About Fuel Problems And Chase Pressures
Thursday, 1 Oct, 2015 – 14:59 | Comments Off on Q&A: Harvick Talks About Fuel Problems And Chase Pressures
Q&A: Harvick Talks About Fuel Problems And Chase Pressures

Kevin Harvick, who has suffered back-to-back lousy finishes in the first round of the 16-driver, 10-race, elimination-format Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship this year, was the guest on NASCAR’s weekly media teleconference.
Harvick, who crashed in the first Chase race and ran out of fuel with three laps to go in the second, left the […]

Stewart Will Be Leaving As He Drove: His Way
Thursday, 1 Oct, 2015 – 8:24 | One Comment
Stewart Will Be Leaving As He Drove: His Way

By Deb Williams | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
If there’s one thing I have learned in the more than three decades that I have covered racing, it’s that drivers and crew chiefs always seem to know when it’s time to move on. Such is the case with Tony Stewart.
In Wednesday’s press conference at Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kannapolis headquarters, the […]

Stewart To Exit Driver’s Seat After 2016 Cup Season
Wednesday, 30 Sep, 2015 – 13:22 | One Comment
Stewart To Exit Driver’s Seat After 2016 Cup Season

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Three-time champion Tony Stewart sounded anything but downhearted in announcing on Wednesday that he will retire from driving Sprint Cup cars following the 2016 season. In fact, during a teleconference with the media,  Stewart was upbeat to the point of sounding like a standup comic.
Seriously.
Stewart, 44, joked about everything from […]

Kenseth Wins Loudon As Harvick Runs Out Of Fuel
Sunday, 27 Sep, 2015 – 16:32 | Comments Off on Kenseth Wins Loudon As Harvick Runs Out Of Fuel
Kenseth Wins Loudon As Harvick Runs Out Of Fuel

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Matt Kenseth passed the fuel-starved car of Kevin Harvick with two laps to go and went on to win Sunday’s Race No. 2 of the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship playoff at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The victory – his fifth of the year – sends the Joe Gibbs […]

Johnson: Who Knows What Harvick Will Do
Saturday, 26 Sep, 2015 – 8:23 | Comments Off on Johnson: Who Knows What Harvick Will Do
Johnson: Who Knows What Harvick Will Do

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Kevin Harvick’s qualifying run at New Hamphire Motor Speedway put him where he wanted to be – on the front row for Sunday’s race. Then it put him where he didn’t want to be – having to face the media.
By qualifying second fastest on Friday, Harvick was required by NASCAR […]

Edwards Claims Pole In Loudon
Friday, 25 Sep, 2015 – 16:58 | Comments Off on Edwards Claims Pole In Loudon
Edwards Claims Pole In Loudon

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Carl Edwards won the pole for Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday afternoon.
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver’s pole-winning lap came at 137.980 mph and in 27.604 seconds at the New Hampshire mile oval.
Edwards is on of the 16 drivers competing in the 10-race Chase playoffs, the second of which […]

Not A Good Idea To Attack Power-Makers That Be
Friday, 25 Sep, 2015 – 15:16 | 3 Comments
Not A Good Idea To Attack Power-Makers That Be

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Fact: Kevin Harvick would be a journeyman driver in need of anger-management classes instead of a defending Sprint Cup champion in need of anger-management classes were it not for the Hendrick Motrosports engines that sit in his Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet.
He might want to consider that the next time he physically attacks […]

Hobbled Hamlin Sprints To Win At Chicagoland
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2015 – 17:24 | Comments Off on Hobbled Hamlin Sprints To Win At Chicagoland
Hobbled Hamlin Sprints To Win At Chicagoland

Denny Hamlin may have been a casualty on a basketball court two weeks ago but he was a winner on Sunday as he opened the 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup playoffs with a victory at Chicagoland Speedway.
The Joe Gibbs Racing driver – who not only suffered severe damage to his right knee in the […]