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Pace Laps: Matt Crafton Crumbles, Champions Are Crowned And NASCAR Rained On

Sprint Cup: Mother Nature Makes Mockery Of Chase – NASCAR hoped to fill Phoenix with compelling storylines. Instead? Mother Nature filled it with water. Rain in the desert was honestly the perfect way to push a bumbling, stumbling Chase toward its conclusion. The Eliminator Round wound up with a whimper …

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Friday Faceoff: How Many More Wins for Jimmie Johnson?

Jimmie Johnson will become the active win leader after Homestead-Miami Speedway (and a certain champion’s retirement) with 75.  Can Johnson surpass Jeff Gordon‘s 93 Cup wins for third all-time?  Where should we expect him to end up for a career total? Mike Neff, Short Track Coordinator: That will depend on …

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Couch Potato Tuesday: NBCSN Pulls No Punches With NASCAR On Intentional Wrecking

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Martinsville Speedway.  Home to tight racing, bumping and banging, and the occasional intentional crash.  That’s what we had to deal with this past weekend at the paperclip. Before we start, we’ve reached a milestone.  Today, we’re celebrating the fact that I’ve written 500 critiques for Frontstretch, either here on the …

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Pace Laps: Revenge, Free Agency, and Champions Crowned

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Sprint Cup: They’re at it again. Just as Joey Logano had visions a fourth consecutive win of 2015 and first at Martinsville Speedway, Matt Kenseth came back on track multiple laps down and all the eyes turned to the other yellow car of Kenseth. Heating from the Kansas spin off …

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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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Kyle Busch Motorsports Unveils 2016 Driver Lineup

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On Thursday night’s episode of NASCAR RaceHub on FOX Sports 1, Kyle Busch Motorsports announced its plans for the 2016 Camping World Truck Series season, and once again the organization plans to field three full-time trucks. USAC standout Christopher Bell and 2015 K&N Pro Series East champion William Byron will both compete full-time, while …

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