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  1. Larry McReynolds explains why he is worrying about the recent performance of Kevin Harvick and the No. 4 team. View the full article
  2. Chase Elliott and crew chief Alan Gustafson recap the strategy that brought them to victory lane in the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway. View the full article
  3. The Furniture Row Racing driver sealed his passage into the round of eight with a fifth place finish at Kansas last weekend, having entered the race on the cusp of the cut-off spot. A crash at Dover and a 23rd place finish at Talladega in his "evil to drive" Toyota that suffered with rear-end handling had initially hurt his Round of 8 pursuit. It came in contrast to a promising start to the ... Keep reading View the full article
  4. Since August, practice has made perfect. Elliott entered his third fulltime season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series saddled with the question of “When will he win?” His victory in August at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International finally answered that question and it also locked him into the playoffs for the second consecutive season. “I felt like as a team we were capable of ... Keep reading View the full article
  5. Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott says his recent NASCAR Cup series form has been "surreal", having turned his season around to make the round of eight in the playoffs View the full article
  6. Herb Helbig, retired Viper engineer, talks about how the Ram SRT-10 became the world’s fastest production truck. View the full article
  7. Defending NASCAR Cup series champion Martin Truex Jr says he is "fortunate" to still be in the 2018 playoffs View the full article
  8. It was a who’s who of Canadian racers, organizers and partners inducted into this year’s class during a ceremony Saturday evening at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Glenn Gould Studio in downtown Toronto. Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame chairman Dr. Hugh Scully and master of ceremonies and legendary motorsports reporter Norris McDonald kicked the evening off before the eight ... Keep reading View the full article
  9. Chase Elliott claimed his third NASCAR Cup win of the season in Kansas, as third place finisher Kyle Larson just missed out on a place in the Round of 8 View the full article
  10. There were mixed emotions for Kyle Larson at the end of the race at Kansas Speedway Sunday afternoon. After a practice crash on Friday forced him to start in the rear of the field in a backup car, he charged through the pack to finish a close third. However, it wasn’t enough to help him advance to the semifinals of the NASCAR Cup playoffs. “Yeah, it was a good race for us,” said ... Keep reading View the full article
  11. But it was not from lack of effort. Both Blaney and Keselowski led laps, but it wasn't enough to save their title hopes. Blaney blames himself Blaney ran up front for the majority of the race and narrowly missed out on the Stage 1 win. Although it looked like the 24-year-old was going to need a win to advance, a pit road penalty for Kurt Busch opened up an opportunity to advance on ... Keep reading View the full article
  12. Elliott held off Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson in the final laps to score his third career win, collecting them all in the last 11 races. He led 44 of 267 laps and crossed the finish line 0.903 seconds clear of Kyle Busch. Larson finished third and was among those eliminated from the 2018 playoffs. He, along with Brad Keselowski, Ryan Blaney and Alex Bowman will not advance. Erik Jones and ... Keep reading View the full article
  13. NASCAR Cup Series Highlights: Chase Elliott holds off Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson to win at Kansas. View the full article
  14. NASCAR Cup Series Highlights: William Byron's day in Kansas comes to an early end after suffering an engine failure. View the full article
  15. Logano once again drove off on the restart while Ryan Blaney fought off Kevin Harvick for second. Harvick would launch another attack a few laps into the run, successfully taking the second position. But again, no one could catch the No. 22. Like the first stage, Martin Truex Jr. kicked off green-flag pit stops. During the round of pit stops, Logano lost track position to both Harvick and ... Keep reading View the full article
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