Joey Logano kicks off 2017 season with win in the Clash

Joey Logano won Sunday’s Advance Auto Parts Clash, the 75-lap exhibition race at Daytona International Speedway that kicked off the 2017 Monster Energy Cup Series season.On the last lap, leader Denny Hamlin tried to block the onrushing Brad Keselowski but made contact and lost control, allowing Logano and his No. 22 Team Penske Ford to win the Clash for the first time to go with...
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14 hours ago

Kyle Busch fears new repair rule might mean more debris cautions

Among NASCAR’s plethora of rule changes during the offseason included a five-minute rule to repair wrecked race cars on pit road. Here’s the gist: Teams will have five minutes to make repairs on pit road during a race. If they cannot make those repairs within that time, or they have to go to the garage, they will not be allowed to come back on the track. Also, teams will not...
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1 day ago

Looking ahead: 5 keys to success for Kyle Busch in 2017

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2 days ago

Erik Jones, from Snowball to Daytona, is NASCAR’s latest phenom. His new ride is Denver’s No. 77.

His driver’s license still had that new-ink sheen when 16-year-old Erik Jones and his family hauled on down to Pensacola, Fla., to race in the Snowball Derby in 2012. The Snowball is every weekend racer’s Daytona 500, and where all the local track legends meet to suss out small-time supremacy. But this year was different. The super late model race attracted a ringer. Kyle Busch...
Via The Denver Post
6 days ago

Kyle Busch’s Wife Says He Couldn’t Handle Super Bowl Week Uber Driving

The crowds flocking to Houston, TX for Super Bowl week festivities make catching a ride an absolute nightmare. On the red carpet of Leather and Laces, asked NASCAR driver Kyle Busch which driver would be best at navigating the heavy traffic. Find out what he said in the video above. Filed under: NASCAR, Radio Row, Top Stories
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Erik Jones believes new race format will help rookie Cup drivers

Monster Energy Cup Series cars have changed a ton since the last time rookie Erik Jones was behind the wheel of one.Jones drove the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota for Kyle Busch at Kansas Speedway in the spring of 2015 while Busch was recovery for a serious leg injury.He also took over the No. 20 car for Matt Kenseth at Texas Motor Speedway and Phoenix Raceway later that year, as...
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17 days ago

Will Carl Edwards make a Senate run?

When Carl Edwards said Jan. 11 that he wouldn’t be racing this year, he left open the possibility of running for public office. Now that reality might be a little closer.Columbia (Mo.) College, political science professor Terry Smith speculated in a Wednesday piece for KBIA's Talking Politics that Edwards will challenge U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill in Missouri next year. McCaskill...
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25 days ago

Can Toyota carry their 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup success into 2017?

If Drake was to ever become a bandwagon fan in NASCAR, he’d be taking warm-up laps in a Camry. What a time to be alive for Toyota racing.2016 was a groundbreaking year for Toyota in many respects. They hope to take that momentum and carry it into 2017. In a sport where Ford and Chevrolet has dominated the scene for more than 30 years, Toyota secured its first-ever NASCAR Sprint...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kyle Busch Finishes 6th at Homestead

CUP: Kyle Busch brings home a 6th place finish in Miami and ends up 3rd in the final Chase standings.
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November 20, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: CUP: Kyle Busch Finishes Second at Phoenix

NASCAR: Kyle Busch brings home a second place finish at Phoenix, good enough to move him into the Championship 4 at Miami.
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November 13, 2016  |  Discuss

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