Liberty National To Sponsor Ryan Newman For Select Races In 2018

RCR announced on Wednesday that its No. 31 Chevrolet will carry new colors during the 2018 season with Texas-based Liberty National Life Insurance company agreeing to a partnership with RCR and driver Ryan Newman. Liberty National (#LNLRacing) will be featured as primary sponsor for select races in 2018 with an associate sponsorship all season. “We feel that this partnership is a terrific opportunity for Liberty National to expose its brand and products to millions of NASCAR fans while expanding its footprint,” said Torrey Galida, president of RCR. “We look forward to hosting…

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2018 NASCAR Silly Season Update

As the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs are heating up, so are the silly season rumors. Just this week alone, another driver was made available via free agency as Front Row Motorsports announced that Landon Cassill won’t be back for the team in 2018. But, a possible destination for a free agent was taken away too, as Furniture Row Racing announced that they were shutting down the No. 77 Toyota entry due to a lack of funding. So, what’s left? Who’s rumored to go where? Here’s what we’re hearing. 

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Hemric To Return To No. 21 RCR Chevrolet, Hemric Joins RCR In No. 2 Chevrolet For 2018

With five races remaining in the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series season plans are well under way for 2018, which will mark RCR’s 49th season in NASCAR. On Thursday, RCR announced a familiar face will return next season while adding a new driver to its XFINITY Series lineup. Daniel Hemric has re-signed to pilot the No. 21 Chevrolet Camaro after a strong showing in 2017. Hemric is currently in the XFINITY Series Playoffs and is in position to advance to the Round of 8 this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Through the first 26 regular season…

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not Entering Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs?

Now that the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular season is behind us, we’ve got 10 races left to settle the championship. With that being said, we’ve got 26 races of notes to compare on who will be the likely contenders going for the championship in November at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Here’s who’s hot and who’s not heading to the playoffs. 

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Can Ryan Newman Get 2nd Win Of The Season This Weekend at Richmond?

For the first time in several years, Ryan Newman isn’t racing for his life at the Richmond Raceway in September. Because of his win at Phoenix back in March, Newman already knew then that he’d be among the 16 drivers vying for this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship come the fall. That means he’s not trying to points his way into the playoffs in Saturday night’s Federated Auto Parts 400 (7:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/MRN) like he has the last few years. With that being said, watch out for Newman…

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Austin Dillon Now Officially Clinches Playoff Berth After 7th Place Finish at Michigan

Brooklyn, MI – When Austin Dillon won his first ever Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at his hometown track the Charlotte Motor Speedway this past May, he was overcome with joy. First, it’s his first Cup victory and the first time the No. 3 Chevrolet has went to victory lane since 2000. Second, it was his home track and the biggest race at his home track, the Coca-Cola 600. Thirdly, it was supposed to clinch him a playoff berth in this year’s field. 

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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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