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Kyle Busch celebrates winning the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series championship on Sunday. (RacinToday/HHP photo by Andrew Coppley)

By Jim Pedley | Managing

Kyle Busch picked the perfect time to end his much-discussed 2019 losing streak Sunday and that would be at the championship-deciding Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

The victory, his first victory […]

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Castroneves Heads To Brazil Under Microscope
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Helio Castroneves will be on double-secret probation this weekend, when the IZOD IndyCar Series  travels to his native Brazil for the Itaipava Sao Paulo Indy 300.
Castroneves’ No. 3 Dallara/Honda was involved in two separate incidents within five laps of each other during the series’ most recent event, the 37th annual […]

Thu, 04/28/11 – 10:40 | Comments Off on Castroneves Heads To Brazil Under Microscope
Harris: Contentious Busch Now A Contender
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By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
A lot of you probably read the classic “Waiting for Godot’’ while you were in school.
Basically, it’s about waiting for something that may or may not ever happen. That’s pretty much the way I feel about the future success of Kyle Busch in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series.
It’s doubtful that anybody, […]

Thu, 04/28/11 – 7:13 | Comments Off on Harris: Contentious Busch Now A Contender
Woody: Ricky Craven Re-Lives Hiccup Finish
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Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Nashville, Tenn. – It was a micro-second that would define Ricky Craven’s 25-year racing career.
In a 2003 race at Darlington, Craven nipped Kurt Busch by 0.002 seconds, the closest finish ever recorded in a NASCAR race since the advent of electronic scoring in 1993.
A couple of weeks ago at Talladega, that […]

Wed, 04/27/11 – 10:23 | 2 Comments
Woody: It Will Be A Hollow Hall Without D.W.
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By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Which of the 25 nominees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame’s Class of 2012 should be inducted?
Every one of ‘em.
But since Oz, or whoever’s behind the curtain, is adamant about restricting each class to five, here’s my choices for the third round:
Darrell Waltrip
Cale Yarborough
Fireball Roberts
Curtis Turner
Tim Flock
How there can be […]

Tue, 04/26/11 – 7:29 | 12 Comments
Kyle Busch Honored With DOTY
NASCAR’s Kyle Busch was named recipient of the Driver of the Year Foundation’s Driver of the Year award for the first quarter of the 2011 auto racing season, it was announced Monday.
Busch beat out fellow NASCAR drivers Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick in voting for the award.
Helping Busch earn the award – which goes to […]

Mon, 04/25/11 – 14:58 | Comments Off on Kyle Busch Honored With DOTY
Ingram: Yanks At Le Mans – They Keep On Coming
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
From the Monday Morning Crew Chief™:
Michael Waltrip is headed for his first Le Mans 24-hour in June, but already has a leg up after spending an Easter Sunday testing at the famed French race course. For those who have never been before – and these days no NASCAR driver has time […]

Mon, 04/25/11 – 9:12 | 2 Comments
Audi R18 Beats Peugeot At Le Mans Test Day
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
In the first head-to-head meeting of Peugeot’s 908 and Audi’s R18, the Audis were consistently faster during the test day at the Le Mans 24-hour circuit. Tom Kristensen was quickest over-all with a lap of 3:27.687. Stephane Sarrazin posted the best time for Peugeot Sport Total and third quickest over-all […]

Sun, 04/24/11 – 18:43 | Comments Off on Audi R18 Beats Peugeot At Le Mans Test Day
New ‘Go Canada’ Nationwide Team Is On The Go
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Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Nashville, Tenn. – Go Canada Racing, a new NASCAR team owned by a Canadian businessman and based in Nashville, made its debut in Saturday’s Nationwide race at Nashville Superspeedway and announced big plans for the future.
Team owner Steve Meehan said his plan is to run “about’’ 10 Nationwide races and two […]

Sun, 04/24/11 – 7:07 | 2 Comments
Edwards Brushes Busch Aside To Win Nashville
Carl Edwards ended a six-race tumble at Nashville Superspeedway on Saturday when he won the Nashville 300 Nationwide Series race.
Edwards pushed past Kyle Busch as they fought for the lead with 35 laps to go. They exchanged the lead a couple times but Edwards finally got ahead and stayed ahead to kill Busch’s hopes for […]

Sat, 04/23/11 – 18:03 | One Comment
Another Class, Another Debate For Hall Of Fame
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With the announcement of the latest five nominees to the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte comes the renewal of the debate over the wisdom of inducting just five people each year.
Much of the focus the past couple of years has been on who gets left out, focus that instead should be on the ones […]

Sat, 04/23/11 – 7:46 | 4 Comments