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8hBob Pockrass

Pockrass: MWR not alone in money squeeze

Rob Kauffman's decision to buy into Chip Ganassi Racing says as much about the economics of fielding a NASCAR team as it does about the state of Michael Waltrip Racing.

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12hBob Pockrass

Pockrass: NASCAR replacing T-shirt haulers

NASCAR and merchandising partner Fanatics are rolling out a massive new merchandise tent this weekend, replacing the old T-shirt haulers with expanded offerings and more modern convenience.

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1dBob Pockrass

MWR co-owner buys part of Chip Ganassi Racing

Michael Waltrip Racing co-owner Rob Kauffman has purchased a piece of Chip Ganassi Racing. The deal could expand Ganassi's two-car Sprint Cup operation and leave MWR in limbo.

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Kyle Busch wins third straight (1:48)
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16hBob Pockrass

SMI devalues NHMS by $100M since purchase

A little less than eight years after purchasing New Hampshire Motor Speedway for $340 million cash, Speedway Motorsports Inc. has devalued the 1.058-mile racetrack by approximately $100 million.

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Kyle Busch uses last lap pass to win at Indy (1:23)
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7dRyan McGee

Imagine this: a World Series of Motorsport

Ryan McGee proposes expanding the Brickyard 400 into a World Series of Motorsport with a series of events over 10 days to bring back the glory of racing there in July.

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2dBob Pockrass

NASCAR suspends No. 98 crew chief 1 race

NASCAR suspended a Premium Motorsports crew chief and car chief for one race after a piece of weight fell off the team's No. 98 car during practice Friday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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8dBob Pockrass

Pittsboro (Ind.) fetes hometown hero Gordon

With crowds lining Pittsboro's Main Street, Gordon waved to fans during a parade in his honor four days before the race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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9dBob Pockrass

Decals for Donald: Driver to run Trump scheme

Korbin Forrister, who didn't have a sponsor for the Truck series race Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway, added a "Trump For President" decal to the SS Green Light Racing No. 08 truck.

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Newton: On The Fast Track

Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman has to be fast to make a living. Going fast in the NASCAR Racing Experience took things to a whole new level.

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15dTony Fabrizio

Engineers Gundlach, Mueller making a mark

They won't become celebrities, but IndyCar engineer Kate Gundlach and NASCAR's Andrea Mueller are playing key roles nonetheless in an area few women have.

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17dBob Pockrass

NASCAR to use single-car qualifying at Indy, MIS

NASCAR will use its single-car qualifying format for the July 26 Sprint Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Aug. 16 race at Michigan International Speedway.

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Baker, 1980 Daytona 500 champ, has lung tumor

Daytona 500 winner Buddy Baker says he has a 'huge tumor' in his lung that is requiring him to immediately step down as co-host of his SiriusXM NASCAR show.

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Regan Smith @ReganSmith

Watching the K&N race out the window and the leaders are all next to the wall. Good sign for tomorrow night, this track has widened nicely

Jayski's @jayski

10 mins left in final NXS practice- 62,54,2,33,9,22,7,6,18,60,42,88,20,1,3,51,25,52,43,01,8,16,44,4,24,39,28,0,14,15,19,97,26,90,79,70,74,13

NASCAR XFINITY @NASCAR_XFINITY

Ten minutes remain in final practice. T10: Gaughan Herring Scott B. Jones Elliott Blaney Smith D. Wallace Suarez Buescher