Daniel Suarez Visits Boys & Girls Club of Greater Charlotte Promoting Cars 3

Daniel Suarez did a great deed on Tuesday as the Joe Gibbs Racing driver visited with kids from the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Charlotte promoting the upcoming Cars 3 movie. Suarez, brought his No. 19 Subway Toyota for the kids to see and they were as thrilled as kids can be when they fired the engine. Subway has a phenomenal initiative where they have partnered with Disney and Pixar to celebrate the upcoming release of Disney/Pixar’s “Cars 3,” by hosting special after-school events where Suarez talks to the…

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Biggest Takeaways from 2018 NASCAR Schedule

First off, I want to applaud NASCAR for their efforts in doing everything possible to trying to make their product better for the fans. From softer tires, different formats in races, new points, new playoffs, etc, they’re trying. Today’s schedule reveal was all about the fans. They talked and NASCAR listened. With that being said, here are my main takeaways from the unveiling. 

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Brickyard 400 Moves to September, Daytona 500 Back to President’s Day Weekend, Playoff Takes On New Races

The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule features a can’t-miss new look with variations in dates and longtime venues — particularly in an exciting new playoff portion of the lineup. Changes to the iconic Daytona 500 date — back on President’s Day weekend, Feb. 18 in 2018 — start a slate of substantial change and high intrigue. The three-quarter mile Richmond International Raceway short track will host one of the playoff races in the opening round of the postseason, and its spring date — April 21 — returns to…

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Wood Brothers Honors Kyle Petty With Darlington Throwback

The throwback paint scheme that Ryan Blaney’s No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion will sport in the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway gives team owners Eddie and Len Wood a chance to recognize some of the most fun times of their decades in NASCAR. The No. 21 Ford Fusion will carry a red, white and blue paint scheme reminiscent of the 1987 season when Kyle Petty was their driver and the team’s Ford Thunderbird carried the colors of Citgo and 7-Eleven. “That was a really special time for Len and…

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Red Horse Racing Shuts Down Operations

On Monday, Red Horse Racing announced that after 13 seasons in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, they have decided to shut the doors. Owner Tom DeLoach cited the lack of funding to keep going and that he can’t keep funding this team from his pocket. In 532 career NASCAR starts, Red Horse Racing reached victory lane 16 times to go along with 14 poles and 236 top 10 finishes. 10 of those 16 victories came from Timothy Peters who made it to the final round at Homestead last season.…

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After Recent Crashes to Aric Almirola, Danica Patrick, Sebastien Bourdais, Safety Better Now Than It’s Ever Been

INDIANAPOLIS – If this was two decades ago, say 1997 for simplicity terms, we’d be sitting here today writing about three more tragic racing deaths to three very likable race car drivers. Luckily, safety has evolved to where racing cars can allow these drivers to escape death. Last Saturday night, Aric Almirola was involved in an extremely scary crash in which his No. 43 Ford slammed into Joey Logano at speeds around 137 mph. Almirola, suffered a broken T5 vertebrae as a result and will miss 8-12 weeks. In that same crash,…

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Kyle Busch Wins Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race

It’s been a rough start to the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season for the entire Joe Gibbs Racing organization. At this point last year, JGR had seven wins in the first 12 races. This season? Zero. But, Kyle Busch gave them some hope on Saturday night, as the Las Vegas native took his No. 18 Toyota to victory lane for the first time of his career in NASCAR’s All-Star race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. 

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