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  2. Trackhouse has two drivers in the Round of 12, a playoff dream that hardly seemed possible at the start of the season, Bob Pockrass writes. View the full article
  3. The 2019 world champion has been at the centre of the WRC silly season amid speculation that he could be set for a move away from Hyundai, with M-Sport Ford touted as a possible destination. Tanak is contracted to Hyundai for 2023, but when the Estonian was asked about his future at Hyundai after finishing second to teammate Thierry Neuville at the Acropolis Rally following team orders to hold ...Keep readingView the full article
  4. The 2019 world champion benefitted from drier road conditions on a technical tarmac stage, held in the centre of host city Auckland, which marked Rally New Zealand's return to the WRC following a 10-year hiatus. Tanak managed to pip Breen by 0.9s to win the stage, while the latter's committed effort was completed in damper conditions. "We will see what we can do. My head was spinning in here ...Keep readingView the full article
  5. Ross Chastain was involved in a late accident with Aric Almirola. Chastain explains the decision to pit and potentially put himself in more traffic. He finished 13th and is still 18 points above the cutline. View the full article
  6. Daniel Suarez said Texas was a struggle, but earning 13 stage points and finishing 12th puts him four points above the current playoff cutoff. View the full article
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  8. The announcement was made on the eve of the event’s long-awaited return to the WRC after a 10-year hiatus. Organisers stated that an “extremely competitive” environment among nations wishing to hold WRC events was behind the call, and that hosting an event “every two to three years” would be more practical. The WRC is currently working towards an expanded 14-round calendar for next ...Keep readingView the full article
  9. Blending the best of both worlds, chili mac combines the smoky and spicy flavor of chilli with the rich and creamy texture of mac & cheese. It’s an all-American camping classic and using this recipe, you can make it using just a single pot! This recipe makes enough for around 4 people. INSTRUCTIONS In a Dutch oven or other large pot with a lid, heat the oil over medium heat. Add the onion and saute until translucent, 3-5 minutes. Add the ground beef, tomato paste, chili powder, cumin, smoked paprika, and salt. Using your spoon or spatula, break apart the meat and stir to coat with the tomato paste and spices. Once browned, add the garlic and saute for 30-60 seconds. Add the noodles, kidney beans, and broth and stir. Cover with the lid and cook for 5-6 minutes (unless the noodle packaging denotes a different cooking time). Remove the lid and stir in the cheese. Serve with your favorite chili toppings.
  10. The Toyota driver arrives in New Zealand with a 53-point lead over Hyundai’s Ott Tanak and only needs to outscore his rival by eight points to secure a maiden world title. In recent events Rovanpera has seen a huge points lead whittled down by Tanak, who has won in Finland and Belgium, while finishing second in Greece last time out. In the same period Rovanpera finished second in ...Keep readingView the full article
  11. Fast Thoughts on Williams Byron's penalty with Bob Pockrass View the full article
  12. The fast and flowing gravel roads of New Zealand have long been a hit with rally drivers but only three of the current WRC Rally1 roster can boast experience of the country’s famous roads. Eight-time world champion Sebastien Ogier, who has re-joined Toyota for New Zealand, threw away what would have been a maiden WRC win in 2010, while Hyundai duo Thierry Neuville and Ott Tanak featured in ...Keep readingView the full article
  13. Byron, frustrated after he felt Denny Hamlin ran him into the outside wall, intentionally hit the back of the #11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota under caution. Hamlin spun as a result and lost several positions. His team called for Byron to be sent to the back of the field, but no action was taken at the time. NASCAR later confessed that they initially missed the incident while focusing on the actual ...Keep readingView the full article
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  16. Two days after the incident, NASCAR penalized William Byron for spinning out Denny Hamlin at Texas. Bob Pockrass looks at the decision's impact. View the full article
  17. Byron, frustrated after he felt Denny Hamlin ran him into the outside wall, intentionally hit the back of the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota under caution. Hamlin spun as a result and lost several positions. His team called for Byron to be sent to the back of the field, but no action was taken at the time. NASCAR later confessed that they initially missed the incident while focusing on the ...Keep readingView the full article
  18. Jimmie Johnson announced Monday he wouldn’t race full time in 2023 and expressed some interest in an Indy 500-Coke 600 double. Bob Pockrass asks him Tuesday about whether he has any manufacturer restrictions and any concerns about the Next Gen car. What he said: View the full article
  19. Kurt Busch, 44, has missed ten races now as he continues his recovery. In his absence, Ty Gibbs has been brought in as a substitute driver at 23XI Racing. Although he withdrew his medical waiver, thus forfeiting his position in the playoffs, the No. 45 Toyota remains in the owner's championship hunt. As a result, the team swapped car numbers and put Bubba Wallace in the No. 45 ...Keep readingView the full article
  20. Johnson has enjoyed the freedom to pick and choose where he races. His next pick could include a return to NASCAR for a race or two. View the full article
  21. The picturesque fast and flowing gravel roads will present a new challenge to drivers as the event makes it return to the WRC calendar for the first time since 2012. Only three of the current drivers in Sebastien Ogier, Thierry Neuville and Ott Tanak have competed in New Zealand before. All eyes will be on the battle for the WRC crown which could be sewn up Down Under as 21-year-old ...Keep readingView the full article
  22. Here is some info on some trail riding in the U.P. In a stock rig, take the trail out to High Rock Bay and the offshoot to the rocket range. Both are marked and easy for a stock truck. The cliff mine area has a huge network of trails to some cool overlooks, but without a map you’ll find yourself at some big gatekeepers (tough/challenging spots). Gay beach is another cool area to check out, if you have a way to air down and air back up. Check out the logging roads in the state forest East of CH. After the end of US 41 there are tons of dirt roads that go on for miles. While it’s not a trail, definitely recommend driving up Brockway Mountain Drive. It’s the best views of the Keewenaw up there! The tip of the Keweenaw has a lot of flooded trails. Make sure you have a winch. The only gas station closes real early. And make sure you see the nasa rocket monument at the tip of the Keweenaw Big Eric’s Bridge near Skanee up to the Mouth of the Huron at Lake Superior is some fun two tracking. Primarily sandy with some good sized ‘mud puddles’ to traverse. Also check out Calumet Air Force Station. It’s an abandoned SAC base, really cool to explore. You can get into it from the north east side and walk in with no fences. 401636925_KOAR202022.pdf
  23. Fast Thoughts with Bob Pockrass: Should William Byron be penalized for spinning Denny Hamlin under caution at Texas Motor Speedway? View the full article
  24. Racing legend Jimmie Johnson has decided to walk away from full-time racing and will focus on spending time with family. View the full article
  25. Drivers including Chase Elliott, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. all crashed out of the lead when they lost right-rear tires. It became expected after a certain number of laps, defining Sunday's 500-mile race and reshaping the playoff picture for the rest of this round. But why? What was causing these failures and who is to blame? “I’m not sure that Goodyear is ...Keep readingView the full article
  26. Johnson, who joined Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda’s IndyCar team in 2021, competed only on road and street courses during that first season, earning best results of 17th in the final two rounds. However, for 2022, he went full-time in the #48 car and predictably shone on the ovals, taking sixth pace at Texas Motor Speedway. He then qualified 12th for the Indianapolis 500, apparently ...Keep readingView the full article
  27. The incident came seconds after race leader Martin Truex had hit the wall at Turn 3 when his right-rear tire blew out. Miller says the race direction team were focused on that, when the Byron/Hamlin clash occurred right beneath them approaching the start/finish line moments later. TV replays didn’t show the full picture of what happened, but footage from Byron’s in-car camera, that emerged ...Keep readingView the full article
  28. After a Texas race that featured spinouts and blown tires, NASCAR must deal with frustrated drivers looking for answers, Bob Pockrass writes. View the full article
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