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Tracking the Trucks: Kroger 200

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In a Nutshell: Matt Crafton grabbed the checkered flag in the Kroger 200 at Martinsville Speedway ahead of John Hunter Nemechek. The race featured 12 cautions flags and saw drivers like Cole Custer and Timothy Peters perform marvelous comebacks after early troubles at the paperclip. Cameron Hayley, Custer and Tyler Reddick rounded …

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Number Crunching: Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500

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The drivers roll into Martinsville Speedway this week for the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500.  That is 500 laps of this half-mile paperclip-shaped track, which means 250 lap leader fantasy points available in NASCAR Fantasy Live.  The laps led points are what we need to focus on this week and …

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Four Burning Questions in Martinsville: Do You Want to Lead with 30 Laps to Go?

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1. Will Talladega drama carry into Martinsville? It’s a safe bet, right? Since the Chase opener at Chicagoland Speedway, we have witnessed an uptick in thrill, rage and turmoil while bringing along a frenzy of buzz through the veins of NASCAR nation. From driver-to-driver beefs to a mass of controversy following the …

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Tech Talk: Talking Martinsville Pit Selection & Track Position with Jason Ratcliff

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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to the only track on the circuit that has been part of every season since the beginning of NASCAR. The half-mile track in Martinsville, Va., has been called two drag strips connected by two U-turns. It will be close quarters racing with tempers sure …

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NASCAR 101: Newcomers Completely & Utterly Invade Martinsville Truck Entry List

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Martinsville Speedway’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races? Easily the best of any track on the circuit these days to both discover and watch young talent. Which is not wholly surprising. Each season, it’s the first on the schedule that allows drivers 16 and 17 years old to race, and …

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Friday Faceoff: Who Was Out of Line at Talladega?

NASCAR opted not to penalize Kevin Harvick for causing a late-race crash that caused the race at Talladega to end under caution, ensuring Harvick a spot in the Eliminator Round.  Was Harvick’s move legit, and where is the line in this new Chase era? Mark Howell, Senior Writer: According to …

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