A Larson win in Texas spells serious trouble for NASCAR competitors

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Kevin Harvick needs to prove a point before the end of 2021

For a driver who was eliminated following the NASCAR Cup Series race held last Sunday afternoon at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ‘Roval’, Kevin Harvick has commanded a great deal of this week’s racing news cycle. Last year at this time, he was also a major part of the NASCAR Playoffs story but for a very different reason as many considered him the favorite to go on and add a title to the one he earned in 2014. After the 2020 ‘Round of 8’ Harvick and his Stewart-Haas Racing team were knocked out of contention and went to the season finale…

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Chase Elliott vs Kevin Harvick embodies the new vs the old in NASCAR

Unless you have been off of the planet over the past few weeks, you probably already know of the running feud between NASCAR Cup Series champions Chase Elliott and Kevin Harvick. What appeared to have begun at Bristol Motor Speedway with a side-by-side rub that later turned into one driver holding the other up long enough for a lead change to occur has now evolved into a pair of crashes on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval. A pair of face-to-face disagreements in the Bristol infield were followed up this past Sunday with some televised post-race barbs thrown in each other’s…

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A.J. Allmendinger maintains grip on Xfinity event at Charlotte Roval

October 9, 2021 By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service CONCORD, N.C. – AJ Allmendinger stayed undefeated at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course. The driver of the No. 16 Kaulig Racing Chevrolet won his third straight race at the 2.28-mile, 17-turn Roval and achieved several milestones in the process. With his overtime victory in the Drive for the Cure 250 presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, Allmendinger clinched a spot in the Round of 8 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs. He won for the fifth time this season and the 10th time in his career. Winning…

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Will anyone follow Bubba Wallace’s lead?

Jackie Robinson is perhaps the most iconic figure in American sports history in terms of African-American athletes breaking the barrier of what had previously been considered a sovereign realm for whites. When the Dodgers legend entered Major League Baseball in 1947, it was not only a significant moment in the history of sports but also for American culture as a whole. What makes the first black player’s legacy so important in sports as well as life in general is that not only was he a great player but he paved the way for numerous others to follow his lead and…

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“All Press is Good Press” and NASCAR will get plenty of press this week

Invariably, a trip to the Talladega Super Speedway by the three top series in NASCAR leads to all sorts of chatter before, during and after each racing weekend. Drivers, teams, fans, and media often weigh in with their likes and dislikes of the giant track and the type of racing that goes on there. Pack racing, tight competition, close finishes, and the constantly looming threat of the ‘Big One’ are all topics of conversation in regard to the Alabama facility. Not only did this past weekend provide all of that, but at the same time, history making elements of the…

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Bubba Wallace scores historic Cup Series victory at Talladega

By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service An opportune caution and a sudden rain shower helped make Bubba Wallace the second African-American driver ever to win a NASCAR Cup Series race. Wallace held the lead in Monday’s rain-delayed YellaWood 500 at Talladega Superspeedway when Ryan Preece turned into the outside wall off the bumper of Chris Buescher’s Ford to cause the fifth caution of the event. As the cars circled under the yellow, rain drenched the 2.66-mile race track. NASCAR brought the cars to pit road on Lap 118 of a scheduled 188.  After another shower thwarted track-drying attempts, NASCAR called…

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Brandon Brown secures first Xfinity Series victory at Talladega

Oct. 2, 2021 By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service TALLADEGA, Ala. – As he crossed the finish line under caution on a dark race track, Brandon Brown surrendered to the emotion of his first victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. “Thank God,” Brown exulted. “We did it. We did it. We won!” On a day of unexpected victories at Talladega Superspeedway—a track where the unexpected sometimes seems commonplace—Brown had a narrow lead three-wide with Justin Allgaier and Brandon Jones at the previous scoring loop when NASCAR called the fifth caution of the race on Lap 102 for a multicar wreck…

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Tate Fogleman slides to Truck Series win at Talladega

Oct. 2, 2021 By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service TALLADEGA, Ala. – That’s Talladega for you. Before upset winner Tate Fogleman could go to Victory Lane, he had to visit the infield care center after sliding sideways across the finish line in tandem with runner-up Tyler Hill and slamming into the inside wall. Fogleman claimed the win in the Chevrolet Silverado 250 after he turned then-race-leader John Hunter Nemechek sideways and passed him in the Talladega Superspeedway tri-oval as the trucks approached the stripe. The victory was Fogleman’s first in 46 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts. The driver of…

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NASCAR releases Xfinity and Truck Series schedules for 2022

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 29, 2021) – NASCAR today announced the 2022 schedules for both the NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, slates that feature exciting – and significant – adjustments for race fans. For the first time since 2000, a NASCAR national series will return to the twists and turns of Portland International Raceway when the Xfinity Series heads to the Pacific Northwest on June 4. The 1.964-mile road course hosted the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for a brief stint in 1999 and 2000 – the only visits by a NASCAR national series in the track’s…

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