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  1. By the No. 4 team's standards, 2019 hasn't been the best year. Harvick went 20 races into the year before winning his first race -- the first of the season for the entirety of Stewart-Haas Racing. Harvick won at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and would win three more times including the Texas playoff race, which secured his place in the final four. But with the slow start to the season, the ...Keep reading View the full article
  2. Eckes, 19, will pilot the No. 18 Toyota Tundra in 2020 while Lessard, 18, will pilot the No. 4 truck. Eckes will be taken the seat vacated by Harrison Burton, who joins Joe Gibbs Racing full-time in the Xfinity Series next year. Lessard will be replacing Todd Gilliland, who does not have a ride announced for the 2020 season yet. Read Also: Todd Gilliland earns first win in wild ...Keep reading View the full article
  3. We’ve been working on our ’01 Chevy S-10 Crew Cab for about a year now with our friends at Low Range 4×4 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Over that time, we’ve swapped in a set of 1-ton axles and a 4 Speed Atlas transfer case, and we repurposed suspension bits originally intended for a Jeep Wrangler. View the full article
  4. Stewart-Haas Racing will promote its Xfinity Series driver Cole Custer to replace Daniel Suarez in its NASCAR Cup Series line-up for 2020, Autosport has learned View the full article
  5. Along with Jim Utter and Nick DeGroot, we welcome Motorsport.com Editor-In-Chief Charles Bradley and special guest Chris Knight of Catchfence.com to this week's edition of the NASCAR Roundtable. 1. Who is your pick to become the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion and why? Jim Utter: While not who I would envisioned picking six months ago, I'm going with Kevin Harvick for a few ...Keep reading View the full article
  6. Custer, 21, will move into the No. 41 Ford next season, replacing current driver Daniel Suarez, sources said. An official announcement of the move is expected within the week. A request for comment from a SHR spokesman was not immediately returned. Custer is one of four drivers who will compete for the 2019 Xfinity Series championship in Saturday’s Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami ...Keep reading View the full article
  7. The organization announced Thursday that Tyler Ankrum, who qualified for the Truck series playoffs this season with DGR-Crosley, will compete fulltime in the series next year with GMS Racing. Ankrum, 18, will join fellow fulltime competitors Brett Moffitt and Sheldon Creed in competing for the 2020 championship. Sam Mayer, the 2019 K&N Pro Series East champion, will also compete in most of ...Keep reading View the full article
  8. Toyota team principal Tommi Makinen has dismissed speculation he has signed both drivers, but has told Motorsport.com his driver line-up could be confirmed by the end of next week. Toyota Gazoo Racing has been forced to review its driver line-up following Ott Tanak’s surprise departure for Hyundai. Evans visited TGR’s Puuppola base at the end of last month and is understood to have ...Keep reading View the full article
  9. The French marque returned to the WRC in 2017 after a year away from the sport was spent developing the C3 WRC, but its latest car has been, by some distance, the least successful of the four World Rally Cars it has produced. Motorsport.com contacted Citroen Racing and parent company PSA Motorsport, but neither was available for comment. Motorsport.com understands Citroen Racing team ...Keep reading View the full article
  10. While Rally Australia was officially cancelled on Tuesday, a number of drivers have stayed in Coffs Harbour to offer support to the community as it continues to battle the fires. A big part of that has been signing and auctioning off merchandise, Craig Breen, Dani Sordo, Teemu Suninen and Elfyn Evans on-hand today to donate $11,000 to Red Cross for its relief efforts. "It's been a real sign ...Keep reading View the full article
  11. March 1-2 What: Dayton Off-Road Expo Where: Wilmington, Ohio Hosted by: Muddy Buddys Jeep Wrangler Club Info: muddybuddys.net March 3-6 What: The Work Truck Show Where: Indianapolis, Indiana Hosted by: The Association of the Work Truck Industry Info: worktruckshow.com March 6-8 What: Monster Jam Where: Toledo, Ohio Hosted by: The Huntington Center Info: monsterjam.com March View the full article
  12. NASCAR Race Hub's Regan Smith, Andy Petree, Larry McReynolds, and Jamie McMurray give their pick on who wins this weekend's championship race in the War Room. View the full article
  13. Segway is the latest company to begin building side-by-sides. The company is known for its electric two-wheeled self-balancing scooters. Segway now has three hybrid powersports products that include the Fugleman (utility UTV), the Villain (sport side-by-side), and the Snarler (ATV). The Fugleman features a hybrid powertrain. It has a standard 570cc four-stroke single cylinder DOHC View the full article
  14. JR Motorsports announced on Wednesday that Hemric would compete in 21 races for the organization in 2020, sharing driving duties in the No. 8 Chevrolet with Jeb Burton and team co-owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. Hemric, 28, is completing his rookie year in the Cup Series with Richard Childress Racing but RCR did not renew his contract for next season. Burton (11 races) and Earnhardt (one race) will ...Keep reading View the full article
  15. Matt Tifft has parted ways with Front Row Motorsports to focus on his health after suffering a seizure at the track late last month View the full article
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