Is Ford At a Big Disadvantage For 2018, Will Chevy Have Steep Learning Curve?

Since last summer, Brad Keselowski has been banging the Ford’s are at a disadvantage drum. While some see that as controversial, I see it as he’s right. Yes, you can look at Homestead and see that Ford has half of the Championship 4 in NASCAR’s premiere series. But, if you take a deeper look, you’d see that they didn’t make it there on pure speed alone. It is pretty clear that Ford and Chevrolet had an aero and speed differential compared to the Toyota’s last season. Toyota rolled out a…

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Top Rides Filled By Young Talent In NASCAR For 2018

The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is hurrying upon us. We’re just a mere four weeks away from the season opening Daytona 500. One thing that occurred to me lately is that we have just six drivers in the entire field that has ever won a Cup championship. In fact, just one of those six have won multiple titles (Jimmie Johnson 7). Do we see another new champion in 2018? The odds are good for that and that’s because of this new found youth movement in NASCAR. Just…

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Will Past Cup Champion With 2018 Title, Or Will We See a New Champion This Season

The biggest storyline for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season has to be the one about the new youth movement. Kyle Busch isn’t a fan of it, but lets face the facts, NASCAR is in a transition period. Gone are big stars like Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Danica Patrick, Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards. They’re not walking in that door anymore. Instead of veterans replacing them in the top rides, younger drivers are. Look at the ages of drivers in these rides in Cup now. 

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Indy 500 Qualifying Points Back To The Way They Should Be

INDIANAPOLIS – The Verizon IndyCar Series made a whole slew of competition announcements on Tuesday afternoon and among the changes are the amount of championship points earned for Indianapolis 500 qualifying. To me, that’s the biggest change in my opinion. Here’s why. Qualifications for the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil are set for May 19-20, a week ahead of the 102nd running of the race on May 27. This year, driver and entrant points will be awarded to the top nine qualifiers for the race. The pole winner earns nine points…

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5 Storylines For Furniture Row Racing For 2018 Cup Season

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season couldn’t have gone any better for Furniture Row Racing. Erik Jones was solid as a rookie in the second car while Martin Truex Jr. won the season championship in his No. 78 Toyota. Now, how can they back up what they did in 2017 with another magical season in 2018? Here are their five storylines. 

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5 Storylines For Joe Gibbs Racing For 2018 Cup Season

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season couldn’t have gone much better for the entire Joe Gibbs Racing camp. They got three of their four drivers into the playoffs and nearly had two of them into the Championship 4. On the flip side, the fourth driver, a rookie, had a stellar debut season on NASCAR’s highest level. Now, JGR heads to 2018 with some big momentum, but a bit of a different direction. Here’s what I mean.

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Juncos Racing Remains With Chevrolet, Kaiser’s 4 Races Unveiled

INDIANAPOLIS – Juncos Racing announced today the team will continue their partnership with Chevrolet for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. Kyle Kaiser will run a four-race schedule starting with Phoenix for the 2018 season. Juncos Racing began their relationship with Chevrolet during the 2017 season in the team’s first year in the Verizon IndyCar series. Chevrolet powered the two-car team for the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 where they finished a respected 15th with Sebastian Saavedra and 18th with Spencer Pigot. “We are pleased to welcome Juncos Racing to the…

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