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posted MAY 28, 2017

Extra stage during Coca-Cola 600 pivotal in push for playoff points by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
All engines go on motorsports' biggest day

Auto Racing Daily
NASCAR Cup: not keen on regular season ending at Indianapolis Motor Speedway by Amanda Vincent

Charlotte Observer
Here's what it took for Aussie couple to attend Charlotte race and why they did it by Rick Bonnell

Concord Monitor
Reality sets in for N.H. NASCAR fans with schedule release by Nick Stoico

Fox Sports
4 keys to success in NASCAR's longest race by Tom Jensen;
6 who can win the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte and
Here's why you shouldn't expect a burnout if Ryan Blaney wins the Coca-Cola 600 by Joe Menzer

XFINITY Breakdown: Ryan Blaney Comes from the Back to Win Charlotte by Dustin Albino;
Clean Air Dominates Charlotte XFINITY Race and
Daniel Hemric Battles Through Tough Day at Charlotte, Posts 13th-Place Finish by Mike Neff;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR Hot Starts: Coca-Cola 600 by Corey Brewer;
2017 Frontstretch Cup: Coca-Cola 600 Predictions

Independent Tribune
Blaney on the Brink: Young driver has the potential to turn the tide for a family and a team by Henry Hutton

Indy 500 Impressions: Race Day

Motor Racing Network
Early Exit for Elliott, Keselowski by Robbie Mays

Five things to watch for in the Coca-Cola 600 by Jim Utter;
NASCAR Mailbag - Several of this week's hot topics are covered

NASCAR Drive for Diversity Pit Crew Combine provides training ground for next wave of talent by RJ Kraft

NBC Sports
Staff picks for Coca-Cola 600;
How an encounter at NASCAR Hall of Fame changed Ryan Newman's view of the military and
Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Winning Coke 600 in final attempt 'would mean a lot' and
Christopher Bell overcomes spin, battles several Cup drivers for fourth in Xfinity debut by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
Bell Shows Promise in XFINITY Series Debut by Jason Schultz

Racin Today
Blaney Captures Xfinity Win At CMS by Deb Williams

The Racing Experts
Three things to watch for during the Coca-Cola 600 and
Poole stays resilient in eighth place finish at Charlotte by Zachary Lange;
Blaney leads most laps, captures checkered flag at Charlotte by Daniel Courson

Speedway Media
Blaney Surges in Final Laps to XFINITY Win at Charlotte by Angela Campbell

USA Today
Tony Stewart lets loose at Little 500, from a banana to a chugged Busch beer by Brody Miller

posted MAY 27, 2017

Extra stage during Coca-Cola 600 pivotal in push for playoff points by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Bucket list: Earnhardt seeking Coca-Cola 600 victory and
Blaney goes last to first to win Xfinity race at Charlotte by Steve Reed;
Ganassi goes into biggest Sunday of racing leading 2 series by Jenna Fryer

Athlon Sports
Coca-Cola 600 Preview: NASCAR's Longest Race Has A Long Road Ahead by Tom Bowles

Christopher Bell makes strong comeback to finish fourth in NASCAR Xfinity debut and
NASCAR team Stewart-Haas Racing and Nature's Bakery make amends by Greg Engle

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR driver Reed Sorenson honors soldier whose story will never die and
Here's how Ryan Blaney edged Kevin Harvick for his first win at Charlotte by C Jackson Cowart;
NASCAR's pit crewmen, anonymous until that one-second fumble, share two traits by Rick Bonnell;
Here's why this Indiana man hauled his tiny house to Charlotte Motor Speedway by Joe Marusak

Circle Track Plus
The All-Star bets are off by Monte Dutton

The Final Lap
Cup Team on the Brink: Tax Lien Issued for BK Racing by Toby Christie

Fox Sports
Cole Custer talks racing for Tony Stewart, getting advice from Kevin Harvick by Chase Wilhelm;
Rookies say they're ready for their first Coca-Cola 600 and
Erik Jones on teammate Martin Truex Jr., Coke 600 and PBJ sandwiches by Joe Menzer

The Limits Of Xfinity by Monte Dutton;
Indy 500 Impressions: Saturday

Motor Racing Network
High Five for Blaney in Xfinity and
Challenge Ahead for Larson by Pete Pistone

Blaney passes Harvick on final restart to win Xfinity race at Charlotte and
Truex: 2016 Coke 600 win "at the top of anything we've ever done" by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Gaughan Rebounds From Late Spin to Earn Top 10 at Charlotte and
Poole Earns Fourth Top 10 of Season at Charlotte by Seth Eggert

Bell rebounds from early spin for top-five showing in XFINITY debut by RJ Kraft

NBC Sports
Ryan Blaney wins Charlotte Xfinity race for first victory in series since September 2015 by Daniel McFadin

Nevada Appeal
Big racing weekend on tap by Roger Diez

On Pit Road
McDowell Seeks to Continue Momentum in Coca-Cola 600 by Christian Koelle

Popular Speed
Added Playoff Point Makes Charlotte More Meaningful by Jason Schultz

Jimmie Johnson honors Hayden with bike ride by Kelly Crandall

Racing Around Jersey
NASCAR Should Return All Star Race to Sport"s Roots by Ellsworth Boyce

SB Nation
Stewart-Haas Racing settles lawsuit with Danica Patrick's former sponsor by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
NASCAR must spice up racing at two marquee events by Brant James

posted MAY 26, 2017

Aric Almirola's violent crash has drivers on alert, but not surprised and
NASCAR community honors Nicky Hayden's life, promotes cycling safety and
Making racing safer at all levels part of Bryan Clauson's legacy by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
NASCAR trying to increase passing for Coca-Cola 600 by Steve Reed;
Stewart-Haas reaches agreement with former Patrick sponsor by Dave Skretta;
Texas could make play for NASCAR all-star and finale races by Jim Vertuno

Caledonian Recod
Ken Squier Finally Gets His Due by Big Bigelow

Charlotte Observer
Back at 600, Sherry Pollex, NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. focus on survival, triumph by Jourdan Rodrigue;
NASCAR's pit crewmen, anonymous until that one-second fumble, share two traits by Rick Bonnell

Concord Monitor
NHMS official says decision on festival not a setback by Caitlin Andrews

Fox Sports
6 points for NASCAR fans to ponder on Memorial Day weekend and
How Eddie Wood campaigned to get Robert Yates in the NASCAR Hall of Fame and
Rescue Ranch unveils Earnhardt Family Playground and
Jimmie Johnson leads ride to honor Nicky Hayden's memory by Tom Jensen

4 Burning Questions: Who Will Win the 101st Indianapolis 500? by Zach Catanzareti;
NASCAR 101: The 4 Drivers Attempting to Make Their 2017 XFINITY Debuts at Charlotte by Kevin Rutherford;
Tech Talk: Trent Owens & VHT, Durable Bump Stops & Driver Comfort Mike Neff;
Friday Faceoff: Will a Mid-Season Crew Chief Change Help Austin Dillon?

Indy Impressions: Friday

Motor Racing Network
Charlotte Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin;
Busch Looking for Charlotte Sweep by Pete Pistone

Five things to watch in Saturday's Xfinity race at Charlotte and
NASCAR drivers lead bike ride to honor Nicky Hayden by Jim Utter;
Dale Earnhardt Jr. still searching for first points win at home track by Tim Southers

NBC Sports
Stewart-Haas Racing, Nature's Bakery reach settlement that includes sponsorship by Dustin Long;
Racing's top series should smoke 'em if they got 'em by Parker Kligerman;
Ron Hornaday Jr.'s Hall of Fame election aided by champion who slept on his couch and
Xfinity Series Spotlight: Brennan Poole on his love of 'Star Wars' and owning an A.J. Foyt truck by Daniel McFadin

Orlando Sentinel
NASCAR schedule changes will shake up status quo in 2018 by George Diaz

Popular Speed
VHT Resign Proving Unsuccessful at Charlotte, So Far by Ashley McCubbin

Racin Today
Junior Reflects On Importance of Charlotte Track by Deb Williams

SB Nation
Harvick wins Charlotte pole; Larson to start at the back by Jordan Bianchi

Skirts and Scuffs
When the Sun goes Down: Five Questions for Charlotte by Kristen Schneider

Speedway Media
Kevin Harvick Wins First Charlotte Coca-Cola 600 Pole by Angela Campbell

Tuscaloosa News
Schedule for 2018 season has some bold moves by Mark McCarter

USA Today
Ganassi's NASCAR team making strides to reach IndyCar success and
Charlotte adds coating to increase passing after lackluster All-Star race by Brant James

Yahoo Sports
Stewart-Haas and Nature's Bakery settle; company to sponsor 4 races in 2017 by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 25, 2017

Turn 4:
Turn 1: Who will win the Indianapolis 500? And where will Fernando Alonso finish?
Turn 2: What do you think of the changes to the NASCAR schedule for 2018?
Turn 3: Does Dale Earnhardt Jr. need to win to make the playoffs or can he still make it on points?
Turn 4: Martin Truex Jr. has gone from mid-pack to the front over the past three seasons. Who is a driver you can see making a similar move in that time?
by Ricky Craven, Ryan McGee, Bob Pockrass, and Matt Willis;
Kyle Larson drops to rear of Charlotte field after qualifying issues and
NASCAR Cup Series rookie Daniel Suarez is animated to be in 'Cars 3' by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
All-Star champ Busch seeks to snap Cup points drought at CMS and
Harvick wins Charlotte pole; Cup leader Larson starts last by Steve Reed

Auto Racing Daily
Shouldn't Kirk Shelmerdine at least be nominated for the Hall of Fame? by Amanda Vincent

The envelope please: Here's the NASCAR five-member Hall of Fame Class of 2018 by Al Pearce

Charlotte Observer
Will sealer make for better racing Sunday? It's still a mystery by Rick Bonnell;
Exclusive: Q&A with Dale Earnhardt Jr., including a question he'd never heard before by Scott Fowler;
NASCAR knows it has to innovate. But it's not that easy by Katherine Peralta;
Here's why Dale Earnhardt Jr. probably won't regain his confidence in Coca-Cola 600 by Matt Crossman

Kevin Harvick powers to pole at Charlotte Motor Speedway by Greg Engle

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Jim France nabs prestigious Landmark Award by Godwin Kelly

Fox Sports
Kyle Busch talks about real cost of going racing and
Why Ron Hornaday made the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 by Tom Jensen;
Dale Jr. on help from the No. 48 team: 'We are leaning on them pretty hard' and
Ryan Blaney talks beer, Star Wars - and why he'd love to win at Charlotte and
Remembering Robert Yates' colorful career in NASCAR by Joe Menzer

Happiness Is: The Best Day in Motorsports by Huston Ladner;
2-Headed Monster: The Length of NASCAR's Schedule? by Davey Segal & Michael Massie;
Daily Fantasy Forecast: Coca-Cola 600 Preview by Corey Brewer;
Eyes on XFINITY: Spencer Gallagher Experiencing Rookie Woes in XFINITY Series by Dustin Albino;
Truckin' Thursdays: Kevin Harvick's Solution to the Schedule by Beth Lunkenheimer

Monte Dutton column: In the end, it's not the kids' fault by Monte Dutton;
Indy 500 Impressions: Thursday and
Social Spotlight with Jon Wood of Wood Brothers Racing

Terry Ryan's journey from Iowa short tracks to NASCAR superspeedways continues to this day by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Charlotte Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin;
Blaney Still Seeking First Win and
Johnson In a Happy Place and
For Truex, a Hard Act to Follow by Pete Pistone

Dale Jr. turns to Johnson for help: We're leaning on them pretty hard and
Kevin Harvick cruises to Coca-Cola 600 pole over Kyle Busch by Jim Utter;
Roundtable: Is it time to move the NASCAR All-Star Race?

Motorsports Tribune
Earnhardt: "You've Got to be Open-Minded" About Charlotte Roval and
Kyle Busch Honors Fallen Soldier with 600 Miles of Remembrance Program and
Matt Tifft Excited to Represent National Brain Tumor Society at Charlotte by Seth Eggert;
Up to Speed: Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Preview and
Throwback Thursday Theater - Mears Breaks Through at Charlotte by David Morgan

Junior aims to emulate teammate Johnson's success in final shot at Coca-Cola 600 by Jessica Ruffin;
Kyle Larson misses qualifying, will start 39th in Coca-Cola 600 by R.J. Kraft;
Jim France honored with 2018 Landmark Award by Holly Cain;
2018 Hall of Fame class a wide range of NASCAR history by Kenny Bruce

NBC Sports
Kevin Harvick wins pole for Coca-Cola 600; Kyle Larson starting from rear and
Ron Hornaday Jr.'s Hall of Fame election aided by champion who slept on his couch by Daniel McFadin;
Ganassi heads into Memorial Day weekend with three points leads by Tony DiZinno;
Traction compound has drivers curious what Coca-Cola 600 will be like and
Stewart-Haas Racing, Nature's Bakery reach tentative settlement and
Hall of Fame moment is special for father and son by Dustin Long

The Podium Finish
Track Talk: Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway by Rob Tiongson

Popular Speed
NASCAR Will Make Gains with New Schedule and Format Changes by Travis Barend

Progress Index
NASCAR Rumblings: On the right track by Nicholas Vandeloecht

Race Fans Forever
Memorial Day Means So Much More than Racing ~ 2017 by PattyKay Lilley

Penske's Power open to NASCAR possibilities by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today
NASCAR Hall Class Of Fame Class of '18 Unveiled by Deb Williams

The Racing Experts
Kyle Busch concerned about costs of operations and
Harvick captures third pole of the season at Charlotte by Zachary Lange

SB Nation
Robert Yates headlines NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
Dale Earnhardt Jr. appreciates new Hall of Fame class he will soon join and
Robert Yates gets lift with overdue Hall of Fame nod during cancer fight by Brant James

Yahoo Sports
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 'not a big fan' of move to Charlotte road course in 2018 by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 24, 2017

Ray Evernham, Robert Yates among 5 inductees into 2018 HOF class by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Yates, Evernham lead NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 by Steve Reed

Auto Racing Daily
My picks for 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame induction by Amanda Vincent

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR Coca-Cola 600: What you need to know by Matt Crossman;
Darrell Waltrip says NASCAR is at a crossroads, but offers a 4-point plan to fix it by Scott Fowler;
NASCAR's golden age, or a problem? A quarter of Sunday's starters likely Hall of Famers by C Jackson Cowart;
Why NASCAR has an image problem it can't fix because of money by Tom Sorenson

Elmira Star-Gazette
WGI keeps same NASCAR weekend for 2018 by Andrew Legare

Fox Sports
Five inductees for NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 announced and
Robert Yates on being elected into Hall of Fame: 'This will give me a boost' by Tom Jensen;
Regan Smith to fill in for Aric Almirola in No. 43 at Coca-Cola 600 by Chase Wilhelm

Did You Notice?: NASCAR Listening To Its Fans? With One Exception by Tom Bowles;
The Frontstretch 5: Thoughts on the NASCAR Schedule by Amy Henderson;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After The All Star Race by Frank Velat;
Dave Blaney Knew Son was Special at 14 Years Old by Dustin Albino;
Beyond the Cockpit: Camden Murphy Balancing NASCAR Trucks & Monster Trucks in 2017 by Zach Catanzareti

Hendersonville Times-News
On May 25, 20 years ago, I nearly killed The King by Dean Hensley

12 Questions with Jamie McMurray

Motor Racing Network
2018 Call to the Hall by Pete Pistone

Yates and Byron lead 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class and
Regan Smith will again replace Almirola in RPM's No. 43 by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Nate Ryan's ballot for the 2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class by Nate Ryan;
2018 NASCAR Hall of Fame class: Yates, Byron, Evernham, Squier and Hornaday Jr. and
Kevin Harvick: Current state of Truck Series schedule 'makes me mad' by Daniel McFadin;
Indy President: Indianapolis and NASCAR are 'about the oval' by Tony DiZinno;
2018 schedule provides big test for one track; other musings on changes by Dustin Long

Austin Wayne Self to Make XFINITY Debut by Tyson Lautenschlager

Popular Speed
The Turbulent '80 Season Featured Perhaps Best 600 Ever by Steve Waid

Race Fans Forever
Fast Forward ~ The 2017 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte by Jim Fitzgerald

Race Talk Radio
NASCAR Invents New Definition for Insanity by Dennis Michelsen

SB Nation
NASCAR's 2018 Cup Series schedule has plenty of positives by Jordan Bianchi

Scranton Times-Tribune
Pocono race dates for 2018 announced by Scott Walsh

Skirts and Scuffs
Rookie Stripe: You won't see these wheels on the highway: 13 things to know about NASCAR tires by Logan Stewart

Speedway Media
Hot 20 - Motor Car Racing's biggest day after one of NASCAR's most newsworthy weeks by Ron Thornton;
Will Using Gimmmicks Save NASCAR? by Ron Fleshman;
Charlotte Coca-Cola 600 - Did You Know? by Angela Campbell

Vegas Insider
Race and Championship odds
NASCAR Top-Five Finish Prediction
Charlotte Race Preview by Micah Roberts

Yahoo Sports
Fantasy cheat sheet: Driver rankings for Charlotte by Dan Beaver;
Option tires were a good idea to try, but they shouldn't become a NASCAR solution by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 23, 2017

NASCAR moving regular-season finale from Richmond to Indy and
With Hall of Fame vote Wednesday, backers of ailing Robert Yates hopeful by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
NASCAR shakes up schedule for 2018 and adds road course

Auto Racing Daily
'Doughnuts to the right': new post-race swerving? by Amanda Vincent

Charlotte Observer
Have fatherhood and philanthropy calmed down NASCAR's Kyle Busch? No. And yes. by Theoden Janes;
Times (and tires) a changin': Ex-jocks bring athleticism, diversity to NASCAR pit crews by Joseph Person

Daytona Beach News Journal
NASCAR schedule update: Daytona's 2018 Clash moving to Sunday afternoon start by Godwin kelly

Fox Sports
NASCAR, Charlotte Motor Speedway making changes to track surface ahead of Coke 600 and
Why Option tires were a non-factor in Monster Energy All-Star Race by Chase Wilhelm;
Big changes as NASCAR releases 2018 Monster Energy Series schedule and
Dale Jr. weighs in on Erik Jones' attempt to pass in the grass and
My 5 picks for the NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2018 and
Clint Bowyer wants 'good job' his team is doing to become 'great' by Tom Jensen

Beside the Rising Tide: The Last Circus by Matt McLaughlin;
5 Points to Ponder: The Greatest Day in Motorsports by Danny Peters;
The Underdog House: A Vital Indicator for NASCAR by Amy Henderson;
Crew Chief Patrick Donahue Confident with Growth of Gray Gaulding, BK Racing by Zach Catanzareti;
Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Struggles to Find All-Star Feel by Phil Allaway

Greensboro News & Record
NASCAR Hall of Fame: My choices by Ed Hardin

Drivers' reactions to wrecks range from heartfelt to self-absorbed by Cathy Elliott

Indianapolis Star
NASCAR moves Brickyard 400 to September starting in '18 by Jim Ayello and Zak Keefer

Inside Dirt Racing
Fans Rank Passing as More Important Than Personalities or Crashes by Richard Allen

News Analysis: Breaking down 2018 NASCAR Cup schedule

Kickin the Tires
Joe Gibbs Racing hopes Kyle Busch's All-Star Race win sparks turnaround by Yvonne Jones

Preliminary Entry List Storylines: Charlotte by Brock Beard

Mercury Sports
JR Nation Block Party coming back to Pocono by Ernie Saxton

Miami Herald
NASCAR shuffles schedule, but finale stays in Homestead by Michelle Kaufman

Motor Racing Network
Charlotte Adding Traction Compound and
Tuesday Takeaways: All-Star Weekend by Pete Pistone

New road course among changes to 2018 NASCAR schedules and
Changes to be made to Charlotte's track surface for this weekend by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
NASCAR Shakes Up Schedule for 2018 Season by David Morgan;
NASCAR Hall of Fame: Our Picks for the 2018 Class

Playoff makeover, Daytona's return to history highlight 2018 NASCAR schedul by Holly Cain

NBC Sports
Chicagoland 2018 race to shift from NASCAR Cup playoff opener to early July by Jerry Bonkowski;
All-Star Race will remain at Charlotte in 2018 and
Las Vegas, Richmond part of 2018 playoff schedule; Indy moves to cutoff race and
Bump & Run: Should some Cup races have more points than others? and
Charlotte treating upper grove with same traction compund Bristol used and
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s playoff chances may rely on if he can win a race by Dustin Long

Keys to Success in NASCAR's Longest Race by Christian Koelle;
Playoff Road Course Race Proves NASCAR Listens to Fans by Tyson Lautenschlager

Orlando Sentinel
NASCAR contemplates big schedule shakeup for 2018 by George Diaz

Race Talk Radio
Is NASCAR Still Bigger Than The Drivers? by Mike Harper

CMS track changes aim to widen racing groove by Kelly Crandall

SB Nation
NASCAR unveils reshuffled 2018 Cup Series schedule and
NASCAR to treat Charlotte Motor Speedway with traction compound to improve racing by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
NASCAR reshuffles 2018 Cup Series schedule by Brant James

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR's 2018 playoff schedule changes are a long overdue step by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 22, 2017

Some ideas, observations after All-Star weekend by Ricky Craven;
Dale Earnhardt Jr. wondering how to turn things around and
Richard 'Slugger' Labbe out as Austin Dillon's crew chief by Bob Pockrass;
Danica Patrick's Wonder Woman car joins Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s car graveyard

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from NASCAR and
Rusty Wallace returns to his roots at BMS by Allen Gregory

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Speed Freaks: Is Kyle finally ready to go on a Sunday drive?

Detroit News
Richard Petty, Ford Motors forge lasting relationship by George Krupa

Fayetteville Observer
No easy answer to make NASCAR All-Star exciting by Thomas Pope

Fox Sports
Austin Dillon gets new crew chief as RCR shakes things up by Tom Jensen;
Fantasy NASCAR: Coca-Cola 600 Driver Picks by Chad Robb

Thinkin' Out Loud : Kyle Busch Snares Huge Victory to Shed Charlotte Monkey by Mike Neff;
The Big 6: Questions After The 2017 Monster Energy All-Star Race by Michael Finley;
Holding A Pretty Wheel: Johnson's All-Star Impact Came After the Checkered Flag by Amy Henderson
Up to Speed: Stage Racing Makes All-Star Event Just Another Race by Bryan Gable;
Pace Laps: When the Open Outshines the All-Star Race

Godfather Motorsports
All-Star Race Missed The Mark by Dave Moody

Motor Racing Network
All-Star Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

RCR makes a crew chief change for Austin Dillon by Jim Utter;
Five things we learned from Charlotte and
Red Horse Racing to shut down, effective immediately by Lee Spencer

Motorsports Tribune
Climbing the Ladder: Noah Gragson by Seth Eggert

John Andretti's gracious message endures in fight against cancer by Holly Cain;
'Slugger' Labbe out at RCR amid crew chief shakeup by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
Why the outcry over the All-Star Race location now? Many reasons for a tipping point by Nate Ryan;
Red Horse Racing suspends operations and
NASCAR executive defends rules package after lackluster All-Star Race by Dustin Long

Race Fans Forever
Remember When DW Was Monster Energy? by David Nance;
A Voice for the Fans ~ NASCAR Why Do You Refuse to Listen? by PattyKay Lilley

Don't forget Ty Dillon by Kelly Crandall

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Lack of intensity at NASCAR's All-Star race was palpable by Randy Hallman

Speedway Media
The Final Word - NASCAR scores big with an all-star winning formula by Ron Thornton;
Finley Factor: 2018 NASCAR Hall Of Fame Ballot - Part Two by Michael Finley

Stock Car Gazette
Kyle Busch Finally Wins A Race At Charlotte by Chuck Abrams

USA Today
Austin Dillon gets new crew chief in NASCAR Cup Series by Brant James

Yahoo Sports
Austin Dillon will have a new crew chief at the Coca-Cola 600 by Nick Bromberg


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