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Ryan Hunter-Reay, Graham Rahal Join Michael Shank Racing for Rolex 24

On Thursday afternoon, Michael Shank Racing (MSR) announced the final two drivers that will complete their driver lineups for the Rolex 24 at Daytona.  Verizon IndyCar Series regulars Ryan Hunter-Reay and Graham Rahal, both of whom race Honda-powered entries, have joined the team to race their brand-new Acura NSX GT3’s. Team owner Michael …

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Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Approved to Race in 2017

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is back. Hendrick Motorsports announced Thursday that Earnhardt has been cleared to return to racing.  The OK came after Earnhardt participated in a private test session on Wednesday at Darlington Raceway that was attended by Charlotte area neurosurgeon Dr. Jerry Petty and representatives of NASCAR. Dr. Micky Collins, …

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IMSA Makes CTSC Adjustments for 2017

On Monday, IMSA made a couple of announcements pertaining to the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge’s upcoming 2017 season.  Previously, the series announced that drivers that are Platnium-rated would no longer be eligible to compete in the series.  The move realistically only affects two drivers that competed in the Grand …

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HScott Motorsports Leaves NASCAR Premier Series

On Monday afternoon, HScott Motorsports officially announced it will not compete in NASCAR’s premier series in 2017. While team owner Harry Scott, Jr. did not make any mention of the team’s ultimate fate, it appears to be shutting down completely. In 2016, HScott Motorsports fielded two full-time entries in the Sprint Cup Series, …

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Clint Bowyer Sues HScott Motorsports

Clint Bowyer just wrapped up the worst season in his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career, finishing 27th in points with only three top-10 finishes.  The championship runner-up from 2012 was outright uncompetitive at times, especially in qualifying. The reality was worse than the perception.  Bowyer, via his personal corporation, has sued HScott …

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Defending Cup Champ Kyle Busch Isn’t Sweating Homestead

For defending Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch, being in a winner-take-all scenario like Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 is old news.  He knows what needs to be done, and he plans to go out and do it. “I’m all good,” Busch said Friday afternoon.  “I think last year’s experience, learning and taking …

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Christopher Bell Satisified with Third-Place Championship Finish

In the aftermath of Friday night’s Ford EcoBoost 200, there were quite a few long faces in the Camping World Truck Series paddock. Matt Crafton sounded completely defeated after finishing seventh, convinced that he had the title within his clutches before it slipped away. Timothy Peters really didn’t have a whole …

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