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Writing About Daytona To People Who “Don’t Get” NASCAR: #2 – Junior Redeems Himself

It’s a funny thing about Daytona.

One win can change your whole career. In that one moment in 2011 as unheralded Trevor Bayne outdistanced Carl Edwards and others to become a Daytona 500 champion, he was instantly crowned the future of NASCAR. 1,132 more words

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XFINITY: Dillon Dominates Boyd Gaming 300

Former XFINITY series champion Austin Dillon capped off a perfect Las Vegas XFINITY     weekend with his win in Saturday’s Boyd Gaming 300. Dillon, driver of the #33 Rheem Chevrolet, led 183 of 200 laps en route to his third career XFINITY series victory. 470 more words


Austin Dillon leads final NASCAR Xfinity Series practice at Auto Club Speedway

At the end of the final NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) practice session for Saturday’s Drive4Clots.com 300, it was Austin Dillon – with a lap speed of 174.914 MPH – at the top of the speed chart at Auto Club Speedway (ACS). 366 more words


Ryan: Three takeaways from Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway

1. Kevin Harvick could have a significant impact on whom he faces in defending his Sprint Cup championship: The hottest driver in NASCAR isn’t likely to slow down soon – Kevin Harvick has wins at the next two tracks on the circuit (Auto Club Speedway, Martinsville Speedway) and finished second in NASCAR’s last visit to Texas Motor Speedway in November. 487 more words


Joey Logano dominates en route to Xfinity Series win in Phoenix

Joey Logano dominated the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter. 200 early Saturday evening, as Logano goes from the pole to victory lane at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR). 472 more words


Regan Smith, Chase Elliott among top 3 fastest in second Xfinity practice at Phoenix

NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) driver, Regan Smith, with a lap speed of 133.680 MPH, showed the fastest way around Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) Friday evening during the final Axalta Faster. 384 more words