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Four Burning Questions: Which Short Track Talent Will Reign in Martinsville?

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Who Will Knock the Rust Off Best in the Truck Series? Finally, they are back! After more than a month of sleeping and waiting patiently for the Camping World Truck Series, they are back for round No. 3 of the 2016 season at Martinsville Speedway. It sure is a funny …

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IndyCar Gears Up For Phoenix Grand Prix

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For the first time since 2005, the Verizon IndyCar Series will race at Phoenix International Raceway, in this weekend’s Desert Diamond West Valley Phoenix Grand Prix. However, while America’s premier open-wheel series may not have visited the Avondale, Arizona, circuit in over a decade, Saturday’s return should feel all-too familiar for most …

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Four Burning Questions: Who Will Benefit Most from Easter Break?

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Do the Penalties Fit the Crime for Danica Patrick and Kyle Busch? Despite another thriller of a race to start the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, the week has been littered with penalty talk following Sunday’s Auto Club 400. The weekend of events sparked numerous heat-of-the-moment tangents from Kyle …

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IndyCar Rookie Max Chilton Gets Engaged

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With a three week gap separating the Verizon IndyCar Series season opener at St. Petersburg and Round Two at Phoenix, the drivers of the field have all found ways to pass the time. In rookie Max Chilton’s case, the time was used to ask an important question. Chilton, 24, took …

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Alex Tagliani Honors A.J. Foyt with Livery for Month of May

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With Alex Tagliani returning to the Verizon IndyCar Series for the Indy Double, A.J. Foyt Racing plans to honor their owner for his 35 Indianapolis 500 starts. With sponsor backing from Alfe Heat Treating, Tagliani will join Foyt’s current arsenal of Takuma Sato and Jack Hawksworth to complete a three-car …

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Juan Pablo Montoya Saves Steering for St. Petersburg IndyCar Win

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If the Verizon IndyCar Series field wants to beat Team Penske in St. Petersburg, they’re going to have to wait another year. Juan Pablo Montoya got the better of teammate Simon Pagenaud on a mid-race restart and held the Frenchman off through lapped traffic down the stretch to claim the season-opening …

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Who to Follow: Twitter Guide for the 2016 IndyCar Season

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After seven long months, the offseason’s finally over for the Verizon IndyCar Series. Cars will be on-track this weekend, and the first victor of the 2016 season will make their way to victory lane on Sunday. For prospective fans, following IndyCar can prove difficult. Thankfully, Frontstretch is here to make …

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