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Double Take: Jeffrey Earnhardt Not Only One Carrying on Legacy Sunday

For a few months it looked like one of the most iconic names at Talladega Superspeedway would be absent from this weekend’s festivities. The Earnhardt name has a long and rich history at the facility, one that has won over 20 races in several different series over the past three decades. …

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Tech Talk: Springs, Shock, Fuel Mileage & Wooden Gas Pedals with Chris Heroy

Heading into Talladega Superspeedway, the crew chiefs in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series have many sleepless nights. In the end, it is probably the track where they make least impact of any race during the season. Chris Heroy and his No. 44 team, driven by Brian Scott, roll in knowing their …

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4 Burning Questions: Will It Go Clean or Crazy in Talladega?

Will it Go Clean or Crazy in Talladega? I may be in the minority here, but I don’t know what to expect this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. Everybody will be on edge when the Sprint Cup and Truck series fields take their green flags at the baddest, fastest track in …

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2016 Frontstretch Podcast- Episode 22: Why We Need Talladega

In this week’s edition of the Fronstretch Podcast, Matt Stallknecht is joined by Tom Bowles for a discussion about NASCAR’s biggest, baddest race track: Talladega Superspeedway. The duo discusses Chase implications heading into this weekend, debates whether or not Talladega should be in the Chase, and explains why Talladega is such an …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: How Should NASCAR Limit Cup Drivers in the Truck Series?

Kyle Busch won the XFINITY Series race at Kansas on Saturday afternoon, which of course reignited the discussions about Cup drivers running in XFINITY and Trucks. According to NBC Sports, Monday, Steve O’Donnell, NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer, triggered discussions following comments he made on SiriusXM …

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NASCAR Mailbox: Tommy Baldwin Racing Rumors Surface

The charter system in NASCAR’s premier division is forcing owners to examine the way they operate. With the charters in place, several owners are re-evaluating their programs for 2017. Obviously owners take a long look at their teams at this point every year, but charters have changed the significance. Given only …

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