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16hRyan McGee

McGee: NASCAR, IndyCar get along fine on Interstate 20

Over two weeks in Alabama, Ryan McGee saw how IndyCar and NASCAR can happily coexist 35 miles apart, and even help each other. Will we see more cooperation between the longtime rivals?

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10hBob Pockrass

Newman crew penalties upheld on final appeal

NASCAR final appeals officer Bryan Moss denied Richard Childress Racing's final appeal Wednesday on penalties issued for manipulating tires at the March 22 race at Auto Club Speedway.

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18hBob Pockrass

NAPA to sponsor Elliott in Sprint Cup next year

Chase Elliott will bring NAPA Auto Parts with him when he goes full-time Sprint Cup racing next year as the company will sponsor him in 24 races in each of his first three seasons.

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Abreu headlines NASCAR's 2015 'Next' class

Rico Abreu, the reigning USAC national champion and winner of this year's Chili Bowl, is among the 12 drivers named to NASCAR's latest "Next" class.

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20hBob Pockrass

Manion named new crew chief for Hornish Jr.

Sam Hornish Jr. will have a new crew chief starting this weekend at Kansas Speedway as Kevin Manion will replace Drew Blickensderfer.

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1dBob Pockrass

No yellow for Edwards' last-lap spin draws ire

While Matt Kenseth was "dumbfounded" there was no caution, Carl Edwards was more upset at his competitors after his last-lap spin yielded no yellow -- and little caution from his fellow drivers.

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15hDeb Williams

Shawna Robinson turning corner in cancer fight

One year and two months after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Shawna Robinson is turning the corner. A tight-knit family and caring NASCAR community have helped every step of the way.

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Earnhardt Jr. wins at Talladega (2:10)
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1dBob Pockrass

No yellow for Edwards' last-lap spin draws ire

While Matt Kenseth was "dumbfounded" there was no caution, Carl Edwards was more upset at his competitors after his last-lap spin yielded no yellow -- and little caution from his fellow drivers.

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Earnhardt Jr. missing his dad after win at Talladega (1:46)
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3dRyan McGee

Freeze gets his Talladega on

Hugh Freeze comes by his NASCAR love honestly. As the football coach at Ole Miss -- and Sunday's pace-car driver -- many of the fans at Sunday's race in Talladega, Alabama, come by their hate of Freeze the same way.

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GoDaddy will no longer sponsor Danica's car (1:57)
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12dJosh Weinfuss

Ex-NFL player finds home on NASCAR pit crew

Working as a NASCAR jack man is more than just a pit stop in the athletic career of Asa Watson, one of several former NFL players who took a left turn from the gridiron to the garage.

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12dTony Fabrizio

Suddenly, Danica is in Chase conversation

With smarter adjustments and a late-race moxie, Danica Patrick has pulled off two top-10s in the last three races and jumped to 13th in the standings. That puts her in a certain conversation.

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14dRyan McGee

McGee: Of sports rankings and The Intimidator

The lack of a race car driver in the ESPN.com Top 20 doesn't surprise Ryan McGee. But it reminds him of the time he discussed similar rankings with Dale Earnhardt Sr. And that's a top-20 story.

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14dBob Pockrass

Darby mum on details of NASCAR departure

Ex-Sprint Cup Series director John Darby won't spend a lot of time talking about the details of his departure from NASCAR.

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NASCAR upholds Newman crew chief ban

Three members of Ryan Newman's crew will be suspended for the next six Sprint Cup Series points races as NASCAR denied Richard Childress Racing's final appeal of penalties for manipulating tires on March 22. They will return for the July 4 weekend race at Daytona.

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