Joe Gibbs Racing Looking For Rare XFINITY Series Sweep at Bristol

In April NASCAR XFINITY Series race at the Bristol (Tenn) Motor Speedway, Joe Gibbs Racing’s Erik Jones drove his No. 18 Toyota to Victory Lane at .533-mile track.. This weekend, Jones is not entered though, but his teammates Kyle Busch (No. 18), Matt Tifft (No. 19) and Daniel Suarez (No. 20) will take their shot at the season sweep and bringing home the trophy for the organization. If one of Joe Gibbs’ drivers does win this weekend, it will be just the second-time JGR has swept the NASCAR XFINITY Series…

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Denny Hamlin Looking To Improve On 4th Place Finishes This Weekend at Michigan

Brooklyn, MI – Nothing in life is guaranteed, but one thing practically is, and that is Denny Hamlin will finish fourth in Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 (3 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN) at the Michigan International Speedway. That is if Hamlin races. Hamlin’s longtime girlfriend Jordan Fish is pregnant with the couples second child and her due date was Thursday. She’s due any time. If she goes into labor, Hamlin is bolting and heading back to North Carolina. 

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Christopher Bell On Standby For Denny Hamlin This Weekend at Michigan

Denny Hamlin’s long-time girlfriend Jordan Fish is due to have the couples second child any day now. In fact, she’s past due. Last weekend, the Joe Gibbs Racing team had Regan Smith on standby in case Fish would go into labor. Hamlin, made it very clear that if she goes into labor, he’s bolting and going to be back in North Carolina with her and his daughter. I must say, that’s a very stand up move to do so, but Hamlin is a stand up guy. I truly mean that. 

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Out of NASCAR’s Top Teams, Who Has Brightest Future With Young Talent?

The youth movement is served in NASCAR, as it appears that out of the top tiered teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for the 2018 season will feature literally half of those drivers being 27 years of age or younger. The tide is shifting. The veteran drivers are being phased out. Right now, if Matt Kenseth can’t find a ride for 2018, then just four drivers will be over the age of 40 at Daytona come February. With that being said, who among NASCAR’s top teams has the…

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James Davison To Race In JGR’s No. 20 Toyota at Mid-Ohio and Road America

James Davison has made two Indianapolis 500 starts, including a great showing this past May where he finished 20th filling in for an injured Sebastien Bourdais. Now, he will make a NASCAR start, racing the No. 20 Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on Saturday afternoon. On top of that, he will also race at Road America in that very same ride next weekend as well. Davison, 30, made his lone XFINITY Series start last year at Road America where he finished 19th despite making his…

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Kenseth, Kahne, Kurt Busch All Free Agents, Where Do They Land? Why They’re Free Agents Anyways

In baseball, three “k’s” mean three strikes and you’re out. Well, in NASCAR, it means the same right now. The three “K’s” are currently without rides for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, with Matt Kenseth, Kurt Busch and now recently Kasey Kahne all listed as notable free agents for the next year. Kenseth, was replaced by Erik Jones with Joe Gibbs Racing in the No. 20 Toyota, but both Busch and Kahne are out with Stewart-Haas Racing and Hendrick Motorsports respectively due to their options not being…

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1st Stage Win, Best Career Finish for Daniel Suarez at Watkins Glen on Sunday

Daniel Suarez is on a roll. In fact, if not for being 129 points out of the final playoff spot with just four races left in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular season, I’d say Suarez could be a contender in the playoffs if he can make it there. Suarez, finished third in Sunday’s I Love New York 355 at the Watkins Glen International road course, his best career finish in his young Cup career. He also nabbed his first career stage victory on Sunday too, making this weekend…

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