Another Tough Start To The Season For Power, Likely a Crashed Caused By 0.01-Seconds

LEEDS, Ala – Will Power has to wonder what he has to do to start a Verizon IndyCar Series season off on the right foot. On Sunday, the Team Penske driver was running second when his No. 12 Chevrolet stepped out from under him and he crashed on the Lap 16 restart at the Barber Motorsports Park. See, Power was a victim of circumstances in the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. The race was moved up over a half an hour due to rain. While the cars can race in…

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After 22 Laps, Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama Delayed Until Monday

LEEDS, Ala – For just the second time in a decade, the Verizon IndyCar Series will be racing on a Monday. Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama was rain delayed and will resume on Monday as a result of puddling on the 2.3-mile Barber Motorsports Park surface. The race will resume on Lap 22 with Josef Newgarden leading at 11:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN with a green flag around Noon ET/11 am locally.

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O’Ward Leads Every Lap In Barber En Route To Weekend Sweep

LEEDS, Ala – What a weekend it was at the Barber Motorsports Park for Andretti Autosports Pato O’Ward. He started second on Saturday but quickly passed his teammate Colton Herta for the lead and never looked back in leading all 30 laps in race No. 1. On Sunday, O’Ward started on the pole and dominated the wet race in leading all 35 laps this morning too. It was O’Ward’s third win in four races this season as he takes over the points lead heading to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in two…

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Harrison Scott Wins Pro Mazda Race No. 2 In Barber

LEEDS, Ala –The two Pro Mazda Series races this weekend at the Barber Motorsports Park couldn’t have been further from the same. Saturday’s race No. 1 was raced under mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. Sunday’s weekend finale, well it was damp, cool and cloudy. Parker Thompson was out to clean up a sweep of the weekend as he was fastest in practice on Friday, won the race on Saturday and earned the pole for both races. But, Thompson’s broom was kept in the hauler, as he led the first…

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SHR Cars Start Richmond Race Strong, Fall Back In The End

The start of Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at the Richmond Raceway looked like the winner would come from the Stewart-Haas Racing camp. While Martin Truex Jr. started from the pole and led the opening 38 laps of competition, Joey Logano and the Fords quickly struck. Logano, would lead the next 73 laps, but his main challengers would come from the Stewart-Haas Racing camp. Kurt Busch passed Logano for the lead on Lap 112 and would lead the ensuring 58 laps. Clint Bowyer would pass Busch shortly after and take…

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Hamlin, Logano Nab Top 5’s, But Still Don’t Have Overall Speed To Win

Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano have each been solid at the start of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. Hamlin, now has five top six finishes through nine races. See, that stat could really be even more. Hamlin, was running well inside the top 10 in the closing stages at Las Vegas before having an unscheduled pit stop inside of 20 laps-to-go. Then, in Martinsville, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver had late contact with Kevin Harvick when the Stewart-Haas Racing driver brake checked Hamlin, and he’d have to…

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Elliott Earns 8th Career Runner-Up Finish, Johnson Rebounds For 2nd Straight Top 6

It was a great night for the Hendrick Motorsports camp. While they still aren’t there yet in terms of race wins, and Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at the Richmond Raceway further showed that, it was still another great step in the right direction. Chase Elliott would bring his No. 9 Chevrolet home second on the .75-mile Virginia race track, for his best finish of the season. He also did so with Kenny Francis as his interim crew chief, as his normal crew chief Alan Gustafson is still serving his…

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For 3rd Time In Last 4 Richmond Races, Truex Leads The Most Laps But Doesn’t Win

Martin Truex Jr. has to be wondering what he ever did to the Richmond Raceway. Richmond was the spot that started his downward spiral in NASCAR. It was the site that he thought at the time that he raced his way into the playoffs, only to be taken back out, when it was deemed that his then Michael Waltrip Racing teammate Clint Bowyer purposely brought out a late caution flag which helped aid in Truex making it into NASCAR’s postseason. In the aftermath of that, Truex would get taken out…

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Busch Charges From 32nd To Win 3rd Straight Cup Race

It was a shocker on Friday that Kyle Busch qualified his No. 18 Toyota in 32nd. But, we shouldn’t have been so shocked it seems. Busch, drove his Joe Gibbs Racing entry through the field with ease on Saturday night en route to the victory in the Toyota Owners 400 at the Richmond Raceway. It was the third straight Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory on the season for Busch, as he joins Kevin Harvick who also won three races in-a-row earlier this season with most victories in 2018. Busch,…

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Will Power Earns 6th Straight Barber Front Row Starting Spot

LEEDS, Ala – It’s no secret, Will Power is a qualifying master. He’s among the best ever in the Verizon IndyCar Series. So, his second starting spot in his No. 12 Chevrolet doesn’t come as any shock at all. Power, earned his sixth straight front row starting spot at the Barber Motorsports Park and his eighth in nine tries on the 2.3-mile Alabama facility. That gives him a great shot of winning Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama (3 p.m. ET/NBCSN/INDYCAR Radio Network). Power, is out for revenge this weekend…

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