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2017 has been the breakout season for Ryan Blaney, getting the Wood Brothers back on track. He has proved that the sophomore slump does not exist, at least for him. Entering his second full-time seasons in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Blaney has yet to cross the finish-line first at the end of a race. …
NASCAR.com’s David Caraviello is reporting that Humphrey Racing, which fields the No. 77 Fords for Dave Blaney in the Sprint Cup Series, will take the next few weeks off from the Sprint Cup Series tour. The team is not shutting down, though. Instead, they are retooling in order to show improved form later in the …
Restrictor-plate racing, intentionally or not, is the closest thing to an equalizer that can be found in NASCAR sanctioned-events.
Even though the actual on-track action was far overshadowed by the delays, Matt Kenseth was able to pull through and win his second Daytona 500.
When all was said and done in the second Gatorade Duel race Thursday afternoon (Feb. 23), it was Matt Kenseth sitting in victory lane.
First-time winners are good for the sport. There is never anything contrived about a first victory celebration.
Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth took home wins, but it was Michael McDowell, Robby Gordon, Dave Blaney and Joe Nemechek who walked away with a winning feeling.
2011 was a year in which Dave Blaney finally got back to driving the full distance in most races.
Just as with any plate race, the finishing order was jumbled and the usual suspects didn’t dominate the proceedings at the front of the field at Talladega.
The feel-good story of the weekend unfolded on Saturday as a pair with a combined age of 106 dominated the Camping World Truck Series race.
What sweet vindication it has to be for Clint Bowyer to get Richard Childress his 100th career win as a car owner.