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NASCAR: Bubba Wallace confirmed for Roush Fenway XFINITY program

Roush Fenway Racing has signed Darrell “Bubba” Wallace for 2015.

The talented up-and-coming NASCAR driver moves into the XFINITY Series after spending the last couple years in the Camping World Truck Series, and… 297 more words

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NASCAR: Top drivers of 2014 - No. 9 Carl Edwards

Carl Edwards

Season finish: 9th

2014 Season Stats: 2 Wins, 7 Top-5s, 14 Top-10, 0 Poles.

What went right: In a season that was largely down for Roush Fenway Racing, Edwards carried its standard in his final season with the team. 258 more words

NASCAR: Top drivers of 2014 – No. 7 Matt Kenseth

Matt Kenseth

Season finish: 6th
2014 Season Stats: 0 wins, 13 top-5, 22 top-10, 2 Poles.

What went right: Unlike Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch, Kenseth’s season was entirely consistent. 177 more words

WATCH: Encore of NASCAR AMERICA's Scan All 43 Championship Edition at 5 p.m. ET

Relive the exciting conclusion to the 2014 Chase for the Sprint Cup with an encore presentation of NASCAR AMERICA’s Scan All 43 – Championship Edition… 151 more words

NASCAR: Top drivers of 2014 - No. 3 Denny Hamlin

Denny Hamlin

Season finish: 3rd
2014 Season Stats: 1 win (Talladega, spring), 7 Top-5s, 18 Top-10s, 3 Poles.

What went right: After enduring a 2013 season that was largely forgettable save for his win at Homestead, Hamlin locked up a Chase for the Sprint Cup spot early in 2014… 296 more words

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NASCAR: Fence climber at Richmond regular season finale going to prison

A 53-year-old man that climbed the catch fence during September’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular season finale at Richmond International Raceway has been sentenced to one year in prison with all but one month suspended. 231 more words

NASCAR: Top drivers of 2014 – No. 2 Ryan Newman

Ryan Newman

Season finish: 2nd
2014 Season Stats: 0 wins, 5 top-5, 16 top-10, 0 Poles.

What went right: Newman made no apologies for playing the new Chase format to his advantage, and nearly captured the championship as a result. 166 more words