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  1. The Daytona 500 has been suspended until Monday afternoon for only the second time in the history of the season-opening NASCAR Cup series race after rain in Florida View the full article
  2. Rain showers first arrived right at the race was about to go green just after 3pm EST., forcing cars down pit road. The race finally got underway an hour later but only got 20 laps down before the rain returned. NASCAR fought for nearly three hours to get the track dries, but the rain persisted. At roughly 6:50 pm, they conceded to Mother Nature and will try again at 4pm ...Keep reading View the full article
  3. Jimmie Johnson is set for his expected final Daytona 500 View the full article
  4. Jimmie Johnson enters his final season after announcing his retirement this off season. Jeff Gordon takes a look back at his career in relation to some of the greatest athletes of all-time. View the full article
  5. Chris Myers sits down with NASCAR drivers Kyle Larson and Clint Bowyer's children to talk about the upcoming Daytona 500. View the full article
  6. Welshman Evans went into Sunday's final stage of the shortened rally, the 21.19km Likenas test, with 17 seconds in hand over Hyundai's Ott Tanak. Giving away only 4.5s of his advantage, Evans duly navigated the test to score his first WRC victory since he triumphed on Rally GB in 2017. Tanak secured second, marking his first podium as a Hyundai driver, while Kalle Rovanpera topped the Power ...Keep reading View the full article
  7. A shove from Harrison Burton gave Gragson the lead on the next-to-last-lap and he remained out front when Brandon Brown turned Michael Annett on the final lap, which immediately placed the race under caution. Since the wreck came on the last lap, the race was declared official, handing Gragson his first series victory in his second fulltime season driving for JR Motorsports. It’s ...Keep reading View the full article
  8. Jimmie Johnson has yet to decide how his 2021 race schedule will shake out View the full article
  9. Joey Logano led the final practice before the Daytona 500 View the full article
  10. Logano, who won one of the two 500 qualifying races on Thursday night, led the way in the final pre-race practice session Saturday afternoon with an average speed of 200.516 mph, one of six cars to surpass the 200-mph mark. Kevin Harvick ended up second (200.512 mph) and Brad Keselowski third (200.499 mph). “We’re ready to go run the 500,” Keselowski said. “We have a good Discount ...Keep reading View the full article
  11. The three manufacturers in NASCAR have made it clear to their teams they must work together in the Daytona 500 View the full article
  12. Prior to qualifying on Saturday at Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR assessed an L2 penalty to MBM Racing’s No. 66 Toyota team and driver Timmy Hill for manipulating the bodywork of the nose of its car. Crew chief Sebastion Laforge was immediately suspended for six weeks and ejected from the garage for the remainder of the weekend. The team has also been fined $50,000 and docked 75 ...Keep reading View the full article
  13. Mechanical gremlins for both the No. 10 and No. 16 Kaulig Racing Chevrolets left A.J. Allmendinger and Ross Chastain in a perilous position during Saturday's qualifying session. Unable to put down a competitive time, both drivers failed to make the race. With Chastain running for the Xfinity title, Kaulig Racing was able to strike a deal with Ryan Sieg Racing to swap out Jeff Green for Chastain ...Keep reading View the full article
  14. “I think we need to go win eight to 10 races. Obviously, with the current championship format, you can be the best car all year long and get to Phoenix and have a bad day, and you don’t win the championship,” Briscoe said. “I think we definitely need to be in that championship final four and winning eight to 10 races will certainly do that.” That may sound a little unrealistic for ...Keep reading View the full article
  15. Double Xfinity champion Tyler Reddick believes he can make the playoffs in his first NASCAR Cup season in 2020, despite admitting that prediction 'sounds crazy' View the full article
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