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  1. Almirola earned pole position in the Cup Series for the first time since the Coca-Cola 600 in 2012 and just his second pole position overall.
  2. HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — Christopher Bell led all but 20 laps while routing the field Saturday to win the Xfinity Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
  3. NASCAR was long overdue for an added punch to its racing product and eagerly awaits the results from a new competition package designed to increase the entertainment factor for the troubled series. The new rules debut Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, where the prevailing opinion is that the bumpin-and-bangin
  4. Clint Bowyer continued to show his No. 14 Ford’s speed in Saturday’s final NASCAR Cup Series practice at Atlanta.
  5. Kyle Busch damages his car early in Saturday's Cup practice session.
  6. Christopher Bell rolled to a dominant first victory of the Xfinity Series season Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, posting the first NASCAR win for Toyota's new Supra model. Bell started third, swept the stages and led a total of 142 of the 163 laps in Saturday's Rinnai 250. He held off the
  7. Posted February 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM NASCAR Driver, Matt Tifft, talks about his Daytona 500 debut - MS&LL 2/22/19 CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Daytona 500 is the biggest race in the NASCAR season, and it also gets the racing year underway. Denny Hamlin took this year's checkered flag on Sunday. But what
  8. Jimmie Johnson has five career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins at Atlanta Motor Speedway and would love to add another this weekend. However, Sunday's Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 will provide Johnson and the rest of the field with a unique challenge as it's the first race using the new
  9. Hampton, Ga. — Aric Almirola gave the new Mustang its first pole of the NASCAR season in Ford sweep of NASCAR Cup qualifying at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Almirola turned a lap at 181.472 mph Friday to take the top qualifying spot and deny Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Clint Bowyer a slot on the front row
  10. Central Valley standouts are expected to be out in full force, including multi-time Keller Auto Speedway winners DJ Netto and Dominic Scelzi,. Also expected is last year's Kings Speedway track champion, Mathew Moles, and series runner-up Cole Macedo, who will be driving the infamous, Easton based