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Buescher Leads First Practice

James Buescher Leads First Truck Series Practice James Buescher led the first Camping World Truck Series practice session at Kansas Speedway with a fast lap of 178.873 mph. In the nearly three-hour practice, Buescher ran 53 laps and sat atop the leaderboard for the majority of the time. The only …

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Top News 04-19-13

MWR and RFR set to honor marathon bombing victims Michael Waltrip Racing and Roush Fenway Racing will pay tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing this weekend at Kansas Speedway. Door numbers on MWR’s 3 Sprint Cup Series entries, No’s 15,55, and 56 will replicate the design of …

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Keepin’ it Short – Small Racing for Big Cash in Bullard Texas

Mini Outlaw Sprint Karts are growing in popularity across the United States. They have been hugely popular in California for a long time and their notoriety and fan interest is spreading to the four corners of the country. Like most other classes of racing, there are several big races scattered …

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The Critic’s Annex 113- Christmas Time

Hello, race fans. Welcome back to the Critic’s Annex, where we take an additional look at motorsports-related programming available on television. Earlier this week, I promised you a look at the V8 Supercars’ Microsoft Office 365, held on April 6-7 from Symmonds Plains Raceway in Tasmania. However, things can change …

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News Recap for April 17, 2013

Busy Penalty Day in NASCAR On Tuesday’s edition of NASCAR RaceHub on SPEED, it was reported that they did not know the extent of the penalties that would be levied against Penske Racing after their rear-end housings were confiscated prior to the NRA 500. However, they did report that the …

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Frontstretch Folio: STP 400

The Sprint Cup Series heads off to the midwest for a Sunday afternoon race at Kansas Speedway. The STP 400 is the eighth race of the 2013 season and will be broadcast live on FOX at 1:00 PM ET. The race can also be heard on your local MRN affiliate …

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Top News 04-16-13

What To Watch: Wednesday In a surprising move, NASCAR did not release penalties for either Penske Racing or Michael Waltrip Racing today. (Pure speculation is that this was out of respect for the Boston Marathon bombing and its victims). We do expect, however that the consequences for both programs will …

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Trivia Questions and Answers for April 15-19, 2013

by Phil Allaway April 15 Q: Roughly 60 miles away from Kansas Speedway is Heartland Park Topeka, a facility that hosts NHRA Drag Racing and a number of road races. In 1995, the track hosted the first road course event for the then-NASCAR SuperTruck Series by Craftsman. However, the race …

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Oh, Go Fish! Tony Stewart’s Advice to NASCAR Fans

Author’s Note: Written mere hours before the explosions rocked the Boston Marathon, I penned this with a much lighter heart. However, the message is now even more timely. Live your life, my friends. Live it with joy and abandon, for we never know what tomorrow may bring. Hornaday bumped Bubba …

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Rowdy Rules the Lone Star State, Sweeps Weekend at Texas

by Justin Tucker Kyle Busch set the tone for this weekend’s NRA 500 on Friday Evening. Busch captured the pole with a track record speed of 196.299 MPH and to top the night off he captured the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 for his third consecutive Nationwide Series win. The only …

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