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  1. Here’s our field of 36 drivers in the race that’s guaranteed to have a first-time winner. Who do you think would take the checkered flag?
  2. Ahead of the season-opening race to be held during Memorial Day weekend, Motorsport.com will feature drivers from each team that were drafted earlier this year.
  3. Cole Custer has a career-best two Xfinity wins through his first eight races with Mike Shiplett as his crew chief.
  4. Editor's Note: This is the second of a six-part series chronicling the creation and history of Talladega Superspeedway, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019, featuring highlights from springtime racing events through the decades. Just a few months after the grand opening of Talladega
  5. Lou Goss will be the first to admit that he's not exactly a “household name” when it comes to the local stock car racing circles. Over the past several years, the Green Bay native has raced sporadically on the pavement in a few classes and touring series — without a ton of success. He's competed
  6. After two strong seasons in the Xfinity Series (fourth in points in 2017 and third in 2018), Hemric is learning to race in a whole different way in his rookie Cup season. “The No. 8 team is focused on putting one foot in front of the other,” Hemric said last weekend at Richmond Raceway. Hemric's
  7. CHICO — Tanner Carrick edged Shane Golobic by .454 seconds to win Friday night's 360 sprints A main event. The win kicks off the 71st season of racing at Silver Dollar Speedway. Friday's race, originally scheduled as points race No. 4, served as the season opener after weather issues forced the
  8. NASCAR drivers rarely get a weekend off, so Erik Jones was happy to have the opportunity to come to his home state of Michigan and spend the Easter weekend with his family and friends. In fact, it's his first weekend off since the Daytona 500, two months ago. Jones returned home near Flint on Monday
  9. NASCAR will be giving fans a sneak peek into its future at this year's all-star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway by modifying the cars with two features that may be incorporated into the all-new Gen-7 models currently under development for 2021. NASCAR often uses the non-points event to test out
  10. Before Clint Bowyer dropped by to raise a little hell on this week's episode of “The Dale Jr. Download,” Dale Earnhardt Jr. had a modest proposal for the podcast episode. Alas, while there was plenty of talk about beer, beer signs and partying, no beers were consumed, let alone shotgunned. But Bowyer