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The Jeff Gordon Era is far from over, and his win in Sunday’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway proved such.

Today on NASCAR AMERICA, Gordon’s overall impact on the sport was discussed – not only on the track, but in other ways such as helping to accelerate the movement for younger drivers and change the perception of NASCAR in the eyes of Corporate America. 192 more words


Today at 5 p.m. ET on NBCSN, NASCAR AMERICA will continue to look back on last weekend’s events at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Team Penske trio has mixed fortunes in Brickyard 400

After Brickyard 400 qualifying on Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Brad Keselowski referred to a NASCAR win at Indy as “the last thing left on the Penske bucket list.” 526 more words

NASCAR: Is Edwards a lame duck or could he still bag 2014 title?

In two of the last three years, some member or partner of a prominent NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team was set for a departure at year’s end – and yet that prominent team still went onto win the series championship in the Chase. 847 more words

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Kasey Kahne unable to hang on late at the Brickyard

If Kasey Kahne fails to make this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup, he may think about today’s Brickyard 400 as the golden opportunity that slipped away. 468 more words

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Bubba Wallace leads after first of three segments in MudSummer Classic at Eldora

At the end of the first segment of Wednesday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series MudSummer Classic at Eldora Speedway, it’s Darrell Wallace Jr. in the lead. 149 more words

Erik Jones, Ryan Blaney fastest in Eldora Truck practices

Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney recorded the top speeds in the two practice sessions for Wednesday night’s second annual MudSummer Classic NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at Eldora Speedway. 374 more words