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Carl Edwards, STANLEY Unveil Special Paint Scheme for Texas

(Photo: Beth Lunkenheimer)

Carl Edwards and STANLEY got together with the Ace Hardware Foundation and the Children’s Miracle Network this morning to unveil a special paint scheme for the No. 19 Toyota for Saturday night’s Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. The scheme, which features the names of children – one from …

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Texas Motor Speedway Adding Temporary Tire Packs

(Photo: Rick Lunkenheimer)

Add Texas Motor Speedway to the list of tracks that have re-evaluated the safety of their facilities in the wake of Kyle Busch’s XFINITY Series wreck at Daytona International Speedway in February. With the help of consultants and engineers assigned by NASCAR, the recommendation came that Texas should add around 244 …

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Pace Laps: Short Track Racing, Indy Returns, NHRA 4-Wides & F1

(Photo: Amy Henderson)

NHRA: 4-Wide Nationals Produce Surprise Winners – It was a good day for Don Schumacher Racing as they scored Funny Car win No. 100 with Fast Jack Beckman and then completed the Nitro sweep for the 47th time with a Top Fuel win by Antron Brown at the 4-Wide Nationals …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Cole Custer, Gray Gaulding Among Storylines to Watch at Martinsville

(Photo: JR Motorsports)

After starting the season with back-to-back races at Daytona and Atlanta, the Camping World Truck Series entered into a month-long hiatus. Finally, that off time is over as drivers return to the track at Martinsville Speedway this weekend. It’s a chance for those under 18 to spotlight their talent, creating …

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Kurt Busch: Why NASCAR Needed to Stand Behind the Suspension

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Thursday morning, Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn declined to bring criminal charges against Kurt Busch in the case involving ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll, citing “the admissible evidence and available witnesses would likely be insufficient to meet the burden of establishing beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Busch committed a crime during …

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