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Danica Debate Flares Anew During Kentucky Week
Friday, 28 Jun, 2013 – 15:48 | 6 Comments
Danica Debate Flares Anew During Kentucky Week

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
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As a television “analyst”, Kyle Petty is paid handsomely to do little more than talk. On a national broadcast Thursday, Petty certainly earned his money as he offered up the …

Waltrip Racing To Give It The Old College Try
Thursday, 27 Jun, 2013 – 18:17 | Comments Off on Waltrip Racing To Give It The Old College Try
Waltrip Racing To Give It The Old College Try

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
SPARTA, Ky. – The connection between Michael Waltrip Racing and collegiate sports is alive and well.
After unveiling paint schemes over the past year honoring national championships Kentucky (basketball) and Alabama …

Sonoma Win Takes Waltrip Back To ‘A Special Day’
Monday, 24 Jun, 2013 – 6:52 | Comments Off on Sonoma Win Takes Waltrip Back To ‘A Special Day’
Sonoma Win Takes Waltrip Back To ‘A Special Day’

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Martin Truex Jr. didn’t break the longest non-winning streak among active NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers Sunday with his victory at Sonoma Raceway. That dubious record still belongs to 2000 …

Truex Jr. Ends Record Dry Spell At Sonoma
Sunday, 23 Jun, 2013 – 18:40 | Comments Off on Truex Jr. Ends Record Dry Spell At Sonoma
Truex Jr. Ends Record Dry Spell At Sonoma

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Martin Truex Jr. ended one of the longest droughts in NASCAR Sunday when he won the road race at Sonoma Raceway in Northern California.
The convincing victory for Truex Jr. in the Toyota Save Mart 350 …

McMurray Drives To Pole At Sonoma Road Course
Saturday, 22 Jun, 2013 – 15:21 | Comments Off on McMurray Drives To Pole At Sonoma Road Course
McMurray Drives To Pole At Sonoma Road Course

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Jamie McMurray of Earnhardt Ganassi Racing edged Marcos Ambrose of Richard Petty Motorsports for the Sprint Cup race pole at the Sonoma road course on Saturday.
Both McMurray and Ambrose qualified in the final five-car group …

Daytona To Get Massive Facelift
Tuesday, 18 Jun, 2013 – 7:56 | Comments Off on Daytona To Get Massive Facelift
Daytona  To Get Massive Facelift

International Speedway Corporation today approved funding to redevelop the frontstretch of Daytona International Speedway.
The multi-year project will break ground on July 5, 2013, and is targeted for completion in January 2016, in time for the 54th …

Biffle And Ford Look Like A Thousand In Michigan
Sunday, 16 Jun, 2013 – 15:21 | Comments Off on Biffle And Ford Look Like A Thousand In Michigan
Biffle And Ford Look Like A Thousand In Michigan

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Greg Biffle gave beleaguered Ford Racing and its fans something to ease the pain Sunday when he and his Roush Fenway Racing Fusion won the Sprint Cup race at Michigan International Speedway.
The victory was the …

Michigan Actually Is A Big Race For Ford This Time
Sunday, 16 Jun, 2013 – 8:21 | Comments Off on Michigan Actually Is A Big Race For Ford This Time
Michigan Actually Is A Big Race For Ford This Time

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
You can count on it. In fact, it occurs with such regularly that it has become a eye-rolling cliche:  Every time the Sprint Cup series arrives at Michigan International Speedway, …

Carl Edwards Speeds To Michigan Pole
Friday, 14 Jun, 2013 – 17:00 | Comments Off on Carl Edwards Speeds To Michigan Pole
Carl Edwards Speeds To Michigan Pole

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Carl Edwards won the pole on Friday for Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
Edwards, driving a Roush Fenway Racing Ford, laid down a lap at 202.564 mph.
“We’ve been working very hard and …

Gibbs Takes Big Swing At Keselowski, Remarks
Friday, 14 Jun, 2013 – 16:15 | 2 Comments
Gibbs Takes Big Swing At Keselowski, Remarks

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Sometimes – in racing and in life in general – success is the result of hard work and the creative application of intellect and experience. Sometimes it’s the result of …