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The Wood Bros Racing Museum: Where Family Did Win

Shining stands climb to the sky, ready to be occupied by 70,000 screaming fans. On your way into the track, nice shiny haulers decked out in familiar logos hawk t-shirts and stuffed toys manufactured by name brand monstrosities. The TV coverage begins with music you know by heart and commentators …

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Sprint Cup Race Recap: Johnson Once Again Is the Master of Martinsville

by Justin Tucker There is absolutely no secret to the fact that Jimmie Johnson loves Martinsville Speedway. In 22 previous starts heading into Sunday’s STP Gas Booster 500, Johnson had already compiled an impressive record of seven wins, 15 top 5’s, and 19 top 10’s. On Friday, Johnson proved once …

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Sidebar Stories

Danica Patrick Finishes Strong in Martinsville When preseason experts and fans predicted where Danica Patrick would have the most successful, Martinsville Speedway certainly wasn’t at the top of the list. However, Patrick silenced her critics by finishing in the 12th position, her best finish at any non-restrictor plate track. With …

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Quotes to Remember: STP Gas Booster 500

“Disappointed for sure. We had a fast car all weekend long and really thought we were maybe going to be walking out of here with a Grandfather Clock. I tore the car up pretty bad over here off of (Turn) 4. I checked up and I got hit from behind, …

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Never Fear, the Underdogs are Here: Martinsville I Edition

Never Fear, the Underdogs are Here: Martinsville I Edition by Amy Henderson Editor’s Note: This year, we’re going to switch things up a little bit. Instead of just focusing upon one underdog (or underreported) car in the Secret Star section, we will point out three smaller teams that put up …

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Folio Martinsville

After taking a weekend off to celebrate Easter, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolls into Martinsville, Virginia to race at the oldest and shortest track on the schedule. The STP Gas Booster 500 will be broadcast live on FOX at 12:30 PM ET; it can also be heard on your …

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Keepin’ it Short – Highlight is on Short Tracks this weekend

Short Track racing is the backbone of racing in North America. It is the true roots of NASCAR Stock Car racing, even though there are only six races during the season which are on tracks less than a mile in length. This weekend is the highlight of that Short Track …

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News Recap for April 3, 2013

Hamlin Still None Too Pleased With Logano, Desires Richmond Comeback On Tuesday, ESPN aired a sit-down interview with Joey Logano, where he stated that he was sick of being everyone’s pin cushion and was not going to hold back. He also stated that the crash in Fontana on the last …

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The Critic’s Annex 111- Ryan Hunter-Reay: An American Champion

Hello, race fans. Welcome back to the Critic’s Annex, where we take an additional look at motorsports-related programming. For this week’s edition, there were quite a few choices for me to write about. However, I chose to cover NBC Sports Network’s special on Ryan Hunter-Reay, the defending Izod IndyCar Series …

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Top News 04-02-13

Joey Logano Responds Nationally To Criticism Regarding Hamlin, Fontana Penske Racing’s newest young prodigy is speaking out and “standing up” for himself one week after a last-lap wreck with Denny Hamlin left him the target of a NASCAR media firestorm. Joey Logano, in his highest-profile interview since the incident sat …

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