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Beyond the Cockpit: Brian Scott on Why He Retired from NASCAR

(Photo: Zach Catanzareti)

Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 from Homestead-Miami Speedway will see more than one driver stepping away from full-time Sprint Cup Series competition. Along with Tony Stewart’s well-documented retirement from Cup racing, Brian Scott will also take the green for the final time, hanging up his helmet to focus on his family. 2016 has …

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Tech Talk: Chris Heroy Talks Side Skirts, Hard Tires and Sand Blasting at Phoenix

4-6 March 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Brian Scott and Chris Heroy
© 2016, Nigel Kinrade
NKP

The Cup season is down to the penultimate round in the desert at Phoenix International Raceway. Chris Heroy and his No. 44 team just found out that their driver, Brian Scott, is retiring after the season so they are preparing for his final two races. The mile track in Phoenix will …

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Kyle Larson Fastest in Opening Martinsville Practice

(Photo: Mike Neff)

Kyle Larson proved there is still life outside of the final eight drivers in the Sprint Cup Chase on Friday, being the fastest in opening Martinsville Speedway practice with a lap at 19.289 seconds (98.170 mph). Larson had made the Chase and was a somewhat popular dark horse contender last month …

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Pace Laps: RPM’s Banner Day and Minor League Playoff Battles

(Photo: Nigel Kinrade /
NKP)

Sprint Cup: Banner day for Richard Petty Motorsports in Talladega – Talladega Superspeedway has always been open for opportunity for even the smallest of teams in the Sprint Cup Series. With the weekend starting off with an eyebrow-raising qualifying effort by Premium Motorsports driver Reed Sorenson, it ended with a …

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Tech Talk: Chris Heroy Talks Fuel Mileage, Pit Stalls & Getting Better

4-6 March 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada USA
Brian Scott and Chris Heroy
© 2016, Nigel Kinrade
NKP

Richard Petty Motorsports has made some recent changes in its organization. While the No. 43 team was changed on top of the pit box, the No. 44 stayed the same. As a result they’re making a change in its lineup and having Chris Heroy pick up where Trent Owens left …

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