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Joseph Wolkin

Joseph started with Fronstretch in August and contributes to the Up to Speed section. The author of "Nuts for Nationwide," he also writes for multiple websites including Motorsport.com and Speedway Digest. A native of Whitestone, New York, Joseph is the main editor of his school newspaper, "The Communiqué" and has been writing about NASCAR for over two years.

Entry List: Food City 300

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The XFINITY Series will take a break from road course racing this weekend, hitting the high-banked Bristol Motor Speedway. Following a rain-filled event at Mid-Ohio SportsCar Course, NASCAR’s second-tier series looks to normalcy this weekend. With 42 cars on the preliminary entry list, two folks will pack their bags and …

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Alon Day Set for XFINITY Series Debut; Planning Rookie Campaign in 2017

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Israel will be represented on a NASCAR track for the first time when cars hit the track this weekend at Mid-Ohio SportsCar Course. NASCAR Next member Alon Day, who hails from Ashdod, Israel and currently lives in Tel Aviv, will step in a vehicle not soaked in the yellow paint he’s …

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NASCAR Mailbox: 16 Winners Before the Chase Cutoff?

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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase Grid will be set come the checkered flag at Richmond International Raceway in exactly one month. With 11 drivers already winning races and 10 of them seemingly locked into the Chase, barring any unforeseen circumstances, it’s safe to say the playoffs are set for …

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Tracking the Trucks: William Byron Makes History at Pocono

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In a Nutshell: William Byron owned Pocono Raceway throughout the weekend. Come Saturday’s Pocono Mountains 150, the No. 9 truck, deemed the one to beat by his competitors, set the pace. Holding off Cameron Hayley on a restart with four laps remaining in the race, Byron earned his fifth triumph of the …

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Christopher Bell Survives Pocono Raceway Chaos

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From five laps down to finishing in the top 10, rookie Christopher Bell set the bar for an unlikely NASCAR Camping World Truck Series record on Saturday afternoon during the Pocono Mountains 150. With five free passes, Bell took advantage of Saturday’s eight caution flags, the most since the Truck …

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