Keselowski Warns Ford Is Set For a “Drubbing” In 2018, He’s Likely Right Too

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is now over. Martin Truex Jr. was crowned the season champion on Sunday night at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. He and fellow Toyota driver Kyle Busch had an intense battle over the final 18 laps, as the duo came home 1-2 in the race as well as the final standings too. It was fitting, because both were the top two drivers all year long as well. But, one driver warns that his manufacturer is set to get walloped in 2018. 

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JR Motorsports Looks To Have Top 3 Playoff Spots Locked Down, Final May Be 4 Chevy Drivers

Due to none of the 12 playoff drivers winning a race throughout the NASCAR XFINITY Series playoffs so far, there’s four wildcard spots open that will advance to the Championship 4 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend. While four of the 12 have already been eliminated, four more will be sent out of the playoffs when the checkered flag flies at the Phoenix Raceway. But, the three JR Motorsports drivers don’t appear to be the ones that have to worry much. While Elliott Sadler has yet to win a race…

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Could Chevrolet Not Be Represented In Championship 4 at Homestead?

In the NASCAR XFINITY Series, Chevrolet has a chance to sweep all four spots in the Championship 4. It’s not a lock, but it appears that all three JR Motorsports drivers will make it to the Homestead-Miami Speedway next weekend with a shot for a title. Currently, Brennan Poole, a Chevrolet driver himself, holds the fourth and final spot in the standings. If Poole or fellow Chevy driver Daniel Hemric can outlast Matt Tifft, Cole Custer or Ryan Reed at Phoenix on Saturday, then Chevy will have a lockout. But,…

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Can Ford and Chevrolet Compete With Toyota At Kansas This Weekend

We already know that the Toyota drivers are going to be strong this weekend at the Kansas Speedway. It’s another 1.5-mile track and already the competition is saying that their Toyota counterparts are the ones to obviously beat. Rightfully so too. Toyota drivers have won the last four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races on intermediate tracks and six of the nine overall. Plus, they’ve also dominated the laps led category on them too. On these types of circuits, Toyota drivers have combined to lead 3,036 laps in 2017, compared…

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Chevrolet, Hendrick Motorsoprts, Strong On Sunday at Dover

Dover, DE – On Friday, it was looking like Sunday’s Apache Warrior 400 would be Toyota’s race to lose. Well, they didn’t lose as Kyle Busch took his No. 18 Toyota to victory lane at the Dover International Speedway. But, what Chevrolet did at the Monster Mile in the race showed us something. Chevy drivers led 280 of the 400 laps on Sunday afternoon on the Delaware race track. They haven’t led that many laps since leading 282 at Dover back in June. They also led 283 at Bristol in April.…

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Honda To Remain The Same, Chevrolet Likely to Expand Teams For 2018

Sonoma, Calif – A new car is coming to the Verizon IndyCar Series for the 2018 season. We also know that the car will be powered by two manufacturers – Honda and Chevrolet. With that being said, one big details have been left out of all this season silly madness, how many cars will each manufacturer field? Honda, said that they will remain status quo for 2018 and keep the same five organizations that they already have under the belt now. Art St. Cyr had his annual end of the season…

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Chevrolet Awarded Manufactuers Championship For 2017, Expect To Remain Strong In 2018

Sonoma, Calif – Chevrolet execs were awarded the manufacturers championship trophy this weekend at the Sonoma Raceway. While they were excited to win the title in besting Honda for the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season, they also couldn’t help but to look forward to the 2018 season. Next year, there’s a new car coming out, one that will be the same for all INDYCAR competitors. That’s where engine power comes. If the cars are the same, the best engine will win. 

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