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  1. NASCAR Cup Series leader Kyle Busch feels his part of the Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team is "getting our ass kicked right now" by his team-mates View the full article
  2. Alonso sampled Toyota's Hilux car in the Kalahari Desert back in March, and will now embark on a much more extensive rally raid training programme with the Gazoo South Africa operation that represents Toyota at the Dakar. This will be with the aim of having Alonso debut in the legendary rally-raid in 2020, although it's understood the Spaniard retains the option of backing out in case he does ...Keep reading View the full article
  3. A crazy set of circumstances unfolded the week leading up to the race with Matt DiBenedetto being told he would not be returning to Leavine Family Racing’s No. 95 Toyota next season, because of what is expected to be the addition of a new Joe Gibbs Racing driver. Read Also: Matt DiBenedetto won't return to LFR in 2020 Then DiBenedetto – who had been fast all weekend ...Keep reading View the full article
  4. Johnson suffered through his second straight race of troubles on the track, ending up 19th in Saturday night’s race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, and four laps down from the winner Denny Hamlin. In fact, Johnson has not finished better than 15th in the last six races, during which he has dropped from 13th to 18th in the series standings. With two races remaining to make the 16-driver ...Keep reading View the full article
  5. NASCAR Cup Series team owners would be "idiots" not to sign Matt DiBenedetto, according to Bristol winner Denny Hamlin - one of several frontrunners backing the axed Leavine Family racer View the full article
  6. On paper, Busch’s fourth-place finish Saturday night in the Bass Pro Shops Night Race doesn’t sound horrible, but it was an atypical Bristol weekend for Busch from start to finish. Busch entered the race having won three of the previous four NASCAR Cup Series races at the track, including the race in the spring. This weekend, he and his No. 18 Toyota team were off the mark from the ...Keep reading View the full article
  7. Collapsed landing gear caused the plane carrying ex-NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr and his family to crash off the runway before bursting into flames, says the National Transportation Safety Board View the full article
  8. Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin recovered from being two laps down to beat Leavine Family Racing's Matt DiBenedetto in the NASCAR Cup race at Bristol. View the full article
  9. Some smart stage racing strategy and a gritty eighth-place finish in Saturday night’s Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway has put Suarez into position to claim one of the 16 berths in the Cup Series playoffs. With two races remaining before the 16-driver field is set, Suarez now owns the last spot, holding a two-point advantage over Clint Bowyer. Races at ...Keep reading View the full article
  10. The Leavine Family Racing driver found out earlier this week that he will be out of a ride at season's end. After leading final practice and qualifying seventh, DiBenedetto appeared motivated entering the Bristol Night race. He showed just how driven he was during Saturday night's 500-lapper. He was able to snatch the lead away from Erik Jones on Lap 396 and began to build up a margin ...Keep reading View the full article
  11. Hamlin, who started on the pole, got into second with 45 of 500 laps remaining then patiently ran down DiBenedetto, finally passing him with nine to go. DiBenedetto remained close but could not get another chance to pass Hamlin back before the finish. The win is Hamlin’s fourth of the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series season and second in the last four races. It’s also the 35th victory of his ...Keep reading View the full article
  12. A late caution in the 125-lap stage, brought several lead-lap cars down pit road but Kurt Busch remained on the track and held off a fast-approaching Suarez to the claim the stage win. Ryan Newman finished third, Kyle Busch was fourth and William Byron completed the top-five. Following the break between Stages 1 and 2, all of the lead-lap cars elected to pit with Chase Elliott the first off ...Keep reading View the full article
  13. With three of 125 laps remaining, Elliott caught Larson to take the lead only to see Larson grab it back on the final lap and hang on for the stage victory Saturday night. Martin Truex Jr. finished third, Kevin Harvick was fourth and Matt DiBenedetto rounded out the top-five. Denny Hamlin, who started on the pole, led the first 15 laps until Larson got inside him in Turn 3 on Lap 16 and ...Keep reading View the full article
  14. The Hall Racing Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 has started its third year of off-road racing with the grueling Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno race. The truck made its debut in the 2017 Vegas to Reno race just months after Chevrolet launched the ZR2 in Los Angeles. Piloted by Chad Hall, the Hall Racing ZR2 View the full article
  15. Yes, it’s here. And yes, it’s all Jeep. Make no mistake—this is truly the most capable midsize truck produced in America. Those may be bold words, but as far as a 4×4 goes, only the Gladiator offers front and rear locking diffs and 4:1 transfer case gearing options, as well as the option to become View the full article
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