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Pace Laps: The Closer Does it Again, Safety First & NHRA Keystone Nationals

Sprint Cup Series: The Closer is Back in It – Sunday afternoon at Dover International Speedway was simply Kevin Harvick’s day of reckoning. Between the unscheduled stop for fuel with two laps to go last week at New Hampshire to the drop of the green flag at the Monster Mile, the …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Travis Pastrana’s Return Among Storylines to Watch in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS - SEPTEMBER 27:  The green flag waves at the start of the Rhino Linings 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on September 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/NASCAR via Getty Images)

While much of the NASCAR world is currently focused on Tony Stewart’s announcement and the impending rainy weekend at Dover International Speedway the Camping World Truck Series heads west to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for a Saturday night showdown. With a close championship battle, every race counts for Matt Crafton, …

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Pace Laps: Kevin Harvick Throws It All Away, Others Redeem Themselves

Cup: Harvick’s Horror Story – New Hampshire Motor Speedway won’t be remembered so much for who won as who lost. Sure, Matt Kenseth continued a hot streak for Joe Gibbs Racing but we knew he was in solid position to make the next round of NASCAR’s Chase playoff anyway. Most of the …

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Tracking the Trucks: American Ethanol E15 225

(Photo: CIA Stock Photo, Inc. ©2014)

In a Nutshell: After rain turned the American Ethanol E15 225 into a Saturday morning race, John Hunter Nemechek took the win by finishing 12.014 seconds ahead of Tyler Reddick. The 18-year-old led just the final two laps after Kyle Larson ran out of fuel to score his first career …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Austin Theriault Prepared to Run Remainder of Season

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When NASCAR descends up Chicagoland Speedway, most of the hype will be over the opening race for this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup. But before the Cup Series even hits the track, the Camping World Truck Series will run Friday night, returning to action after two weeks off. As …

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