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  2. William Byron dominated the NASCAR Cup race at Homestead for Hendrick Motorsports to record his first victory of the season and ensure a playoff place View the full article
  3. The Richard Childress Racing driver was one many were watching entering Sunday's race, and for good reason. Reddick won there twice in the Xfinity Series and finished fourth in his first Cup start at the 1.5-mile track in 2020. However, he was nowhere to be seen early in the running. "I feel like the story of our -- of my rookie season and the story of our team last year was start off really ...Keep reading View the full article
  4. Roush Racing’s performance – particularly that of Buescher – was an unexpected surprise in Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Buescher first moved into the lead on Lap 53 of 267 with a crafty “slide job” pass of Brad Keselowski and ended up winning the first stage of the race. It was just the second stage win of his career. He followed that up with a ...Keep reading View the full article
  5. Full highlights of the Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway for the NASCAR Cup Series. View the full article
  6. Byron, 23, had to work his way to the front after starting 31st but once he got there, it was difficult to dislodge him. Byron led a race-high 102 of 267 laps and easily held off Tyler Reddick by 2.8 seconds to win Sunday’s Dixie Vodka 400. Byron led the final 58 laps. The win is just the second of Byron’s Cup career and first coming with crew chief Rudy Fugle, with whom Byron ...Keep reading View the full article
  7. William Bryon gaps the rest of the field, crossing the finish line for his second career win in the Cup Series at Homestead-Miami Speedway. View the full article
  8. Regan Smith spoke with Martin Truex Jr. following his third-place finish at the Dixie Vodka 400. Hear Martin discuss the race and how he feels about his third-place finish. View the full article
  9. Tyler Reddick spoke moments after his second place finish at the Dixie Vodka 400 at Miami and expressed frustration at missed opportunities, which kept him from winning the race. Instead, William Byron beat everyone else to the checkered flag. View the full article
  10. Yesterday
  11. On the final lap of stage 2, William Byron jumped from 4th to 1st place, passing Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr. on the inside to earn himself his fifth stage win at Homestead-Miami. View the full article
  12. Fellow Belgian Wydaeghe’s pronunciation of instructions at the snow event were hampered by intercom issues on Saturday morning’s opening loop of stages, with this leading Neuville to second guess a number of corners. But with the technical glitch cured, their persistence over the course of the Saturday afternoon stages was rewarded as they moved ahead of Craig Breen and Paul Nagle into ...Keep reading View the full article
  13. Tanak bounced back from his Monte Carlo Rally misdemeanours by taking a comprehensive victory around Rovaniemi. Despite easing off slightly in the closing stages, the Hyundai i20 Coupe driver finished with a 17.5s cushion over Toyota's Kalle Rovanpera. Team boss Andrea Adamo spoke publicly before the second round of the World Rally Championship about the need to win, with this leading to an ...Keep reading View the full article
  14. The final day consisted of two passes through the 22.47 km Aittajarvi stage and Toyota claimed a 1-2 on its morning run as Elfyn Evans claimed his second stage win of the event from Rovanpera, with the Hyundai of Thierry Neuville just 0.1s behind in third. The battle between Rovanpera and Neuville for second place on the rally would also determine the provisional championship lead. The points ...Keep reading View the full article
  15. Tyler Reddick was just 0.085s behind at the finish line. Brandon Jones, Daniel Hemric and Jeb Burton rounded out the top-five. "Yeah, Hell yes!" Snider said as he crossed the finish line. "Man, I love you guys. Oh hell, never forget your first one. "I guess I learned my lesson on that first (overtime restart). I spun the wheels and I didn't spin the wheels on the next one and I thought I ...Keep reading View the full article
  16. In the 2nd attempt at overtime, Myatt Snider holds off Tyler Reddick for his first career win at Homestead-Miami Speedway. View the full article
  17. Last week
  18. Tanak and co-driver Martin Jarveoja lead the second round of the World Rally Championship by 24.1 seconds after today’s six stages. Their grip on top spot at the winter event was strengthened thanks to fastest times on three of those stages. It means that only two Sunday tests – one of which is the bonus points Power Stage – stand between the Estonians and a first win of 2021. Read ...Keep reading View the full article
  19. The Estonian’s teammate Thierry Neuville posted an electrifying time on the final stage of the day, 12.3 seconds faster than Tanak, to close within 2s of the Toyota’s Kalle Rovanpera, who holds second place overall. Three stages were run in morning loop and in repeated the afternoon, with a service at the midway point. Tyre wear and preserving the Pirelli studded rubber was the major ...Keep reading View the full article
  20. The Estonian now holds a 23.6-second advantage over the Toyota of Kalle Rovanpera, who has passed the Hyundai of Craig Breen for second place overall. Britain’s Elfyn Evans, lying fifth, won the second stage of the day in his Toyota to keep the pressure on the fourth place Hyundai of Thierry Neuville. Teenage Swedish driver Oliver Solberg holds sixth place in his first-ever appearance at ...Keep reading View the full article
  21. Despite retiring in the early 1990s, Mikkola’s 18 World Rally Championship victories keeps him in the Top 10 most successful rally drivers in history. He won the 1983 World Rally Championship in an Audi Quattro, but also three times finished runner-up and three times finished third. Seven of Mikkola’s triumphs came in the famously daunting and fast 1000 Lakes rally in his Finnish homeland ...Keep reading View the full article
  22. Gutiérrez, a six-time Super Kart Champion and last year’s NASCAR Mexico Challenge Series champion, kicked off his first fulltime season in ARCA East with a victory in the season opener Feb. 8 at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway. The 18-year-old Mexico City native will go for his second consecutive win Saturday night at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Fla., in Rette Jones Racing’s No. 30 ...Keep reading View the full article
  23. Briscoe knew there would be a transition period to the Cup Series and two races into his Cup rookie season, he’s felt it full-force. Briscoe, 26, has already competed on a superspeedway and a road course and neither race went particularly well. He ended up 19th at Daytona following his involvement in an early-race accident and struggled him to a 32nd-place finish last Sunday on the Daytona ...Keep reading View the full article
  24. It looks like General Motors is the latest automaker vowing to phase out combustion engines worldwide, replacing the fleet with electric-powered vehicles. In a late-January release, GM set a 2035 target to stop selling vehicles powered by a gasoline or diesel engine, with the goal of becoming carbon-neutral by 2040. That means cleaner new vehicles, View the full article
  25. Quadratec YJ Don’t let the square headlights fool you too much. This is a JL with some crafty throwbacks to the 1987–1995 Jeep Wrangler. It all started when Quadratec, a shining star in the Jeep aftermarket world, turned 30 years old. Ted Wentz II, the company’s founder, owned a 1989 Wrangler Sahara that inspired his View the full article
  26. Although it is one of Europe’s oldest rallies – with a roll of honour dating back to 1966 and featuring names such as Hannu Mikkola, Ari Vatanen, Henri Toivonen and Tommi Makinen – the Arctic Rally is making its debut on the WRC schedule. Lapland made a late substitution in place of the traditional Rally Sweden, which was originally scheduled for this weekend. The Swedish event was ...Keep reading View the full article
  27. On This Week’s Podcast: Off Road Warehouse’s Greg Adler Holman Switches Tool Brands Lightning Reports the News Former Transamerican Auto Parts and 4 Wheel Parts owner, Greg Adler, talks about the rise and ultimate sale of his family’s booming business and why he chose to start all over and do it again, instead of becoming View the full article
  28. Our Pickup Truck of the Year competition is an event unlike any other. Looking in from the outside, it’s easy to judge and think that we’re on nothing more than a company-sponsored weeklong overlanding trip. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Our 2021 Pickup Truck of the Year competition came about as the culmination View the full article
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