Ty Dillon Wants To Win For Dad On Father's Day

NASCAR Weekend Preview: Iowa Speedway

Column By: NASCAR
Published: June 17, 2016

NEWTON, IA - Ty Dillon possesses quite the racing lineage.  The No. 3 Chevrolet driver's grandfather, Richard Childress, earned entrance into the 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame induction class last month and has captured six NASCAR Sprint Cup Series owner championships in his career.

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The Effects Of Crossing That Social Media Line

Sprint Car Drivers & Crew Members Could Face Consequences For Crossing That Line

Column By: JEREMY ELLIOTT / PENN LIVE
Published: June 17, 2016

MECHANICSBURG, PA - Stand at the front gate or walk through the pit area after a Sprint Car race this weekend anywhere in the country, and watch the cell phones fire up.

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When It Rains, Kurt Busch Pours It On

News & Notes From Saturday At Michigan International Speedway

Column By: REID SPENCER / NASCAR
Published: June 12, 2016

BROOKLYN, MI - Call him Rain Man.  Remarkably, six of Kurt Busch’s 28 NASCAR Sprint Cup victories have come in races that were either shortened or postponed by rain.

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Keselowski Going For First Cup Win In Home State

Busch Captures First Win Of Season At Pocono; Other News & Notes

Column By: REID SPENCER / NASCAR
Published: June 9, 2016

BROOKLYN, MI - Brad Keselowski, a Rochester Hills, Michigan native, attempts to become the eighth active driver to win a race in his home state in Sunday's FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway.

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'Mellenville Missle' Takes King Of Dirt Pro Stock Opener

Hearn Sneaks Another Win Into The Books

Column By: ASHLEY FISHER / RPW
Published: June 9, 2016

MALTA, NY - If you haven’t already noticed, the Pro Stocks have been putting on some of the best races this year! Friday night at Albany-Saratoga Speedway was no different.

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Elliott Feels Impatience Was His Downfall At Pocono

Rookie Hard On Himself As First Sprint Cup Win Was In Sight

Column By: REID SPENCER / NASCAR
Published: June 7, 2016

LONG POND, PA - You can forgive a rookie for a little impatience when his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory is within his grasp.  But Sunoco Rookie of the Year leader Chase Elliott wasn’t ready to forgive himself after a fourth-place finish in Sunday’s Axalta “We Paint Winners” 400 at Pocono Raceway.

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Elliott Moving Closer To Breakthrough Victory

Truex Is A Driver At The Top Of His Game; Other Pocono News & Notes

Column By: REID SPENCER / NASCAR
Published: June 5, 2016

LONG POND, PA - If you’re looking for the next first-time winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Chase Elliott just might be your best bet.  The numbers don’t lie.

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