Ty Dillon Signs Extension With Germain Racing, Geico

There were some rumors that Ty Dillon would move to the open seat with Richard Childress Racing for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. After all, with Paul Menard heading to the Wood Brothers next year, the No. 27 Chevrolet seat is open. But, most in the NASCAR garage have said that the Dillon to RCR move wouldn’t necessarily happen just yet. On Tuesday, that news was solidified. Dillon, will remain with Germain Racing as he and Geico have signed contract extensions with the team. Dillon, will continue…

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Strong Southern 500 For Richard Childress Racing, They Show They Won’t Be an Easy Out in Playoffs

I don’t think anyone is giving Richard Childress Racing much hope for this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. With four drivers being eliminated from playoff contention after the first three races in the playoffs, most thought both Richard Childress Racing drivers that are eligible right now would be among two of the first four drivers that are eliminated. But, the last few weeks show that maybe RCR will be a tougher out than most think. 

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Kyle Busch Dominates XFINITY Series Race at Bristol

Bristol, TN – The Bristol (Tenn) Motor Speedway is proving to be Kyle Busch’s playground. On Wednesday night, Busch won his fifth career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at the .533-mile track by leading 109 of the 203 laps en route to the dominating victory. He overcame a pit road speeding penalty to reach the front with ease. He came from 17th to first in 50 laps. On Friday night, it was nearly an identical race for Busch. 

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Penske Duo Keselowski/Logano And Cup Regulars Lead Both XFINITY Series Practices Friday in Watkins Glen

It should come to no surprise at all that Team Penske was strong in the two NASCAR XFINITY Series practice sessions at Watkins Glen International on Friday. Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano have combined to win two of the last three XFINITY Series races on the upstate New York track and dominated the speed charts this year as well. So, to no avail, Keselowski led session No. 1 and Logano quickest in final practice. Keselowski, turned a lap of 122.200 in his No. 22 Ford in the first practice, as…

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Kyle Busch Wins Rain Delayed Alsco 300 at Kentucky, Cup Regulars Dominate Race

Sparta, KY – Kyle Busch decided to stay out and not pit on a late race caution, that moved proved to be the winning one. When Ray Black Jr. spun his No. 07 Chevrolet on Lap 168, the eighth and final caution flag flew. That was a time for the leaders who were close on fuel to hit pit road at the Kentucky Speedway for the final time for Sunoco fuel and fresh Goodyear tires. Busch, bet on himself and his car. 

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NASCAR Young Guns Finally Making It To Victory Lane, 3 Of Last 5 Winners 1st Timers

For the last few years, we all knew the changing of the guard was soon coming. Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards, etc, well they were getting up there in age. Their replacements, well they were grooming in ARCA, Trucks and XFINITY just biding their time waiting for their opportunity. Now that three of those drivers on that list are retired, one without a ride and one more retiring at seasons end, those NASCAR young guns are getting a prime opportunity…

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Blake Koch/Brandon Jones, Chevrolet Power In General Lead XFINITY Series Practices Friday in Talladega

The NASCAR XFINITY Series returns to the high banks of a restrictor plate track this weekend, this time at the Talladega Superspeedway. The last superspeedway race was held back in February at the Daytona International Speedway, and it was a sloppy one. This weekend, these drivers are looking to show everyone that they can race with the best of them on plate tracks. In the first of two practice sessions on Friday in preparation for Saturday’s Sparks Energy 300 (1 p.m. ET/FOX/MRN), Blake Koch led the way in his No. 11…

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