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Road Course Veteran Ron Follows to run for JR Motorsports at the Glen

Road course ace, Ron Fellows will make second start of the season this weekend at Watkins Glen International Raceway for JR Motorsports. He will be driving the No. 88 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Nationwide Series Zippo 200.

Speedway Media News and Bits NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Several significant track improvement await drives at Watkins Glen for this weekends', Helluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at the Glen. These improvements have come during the off-season, which included paving over gravel traps, installing SAFER barriers, new run-off areas, and rumble strips in specific places.

NASCAR Puts Muzzle on Drivers and Freedom of Speech

It was announced earlier this week at the Associated Press (AP) learned that at least two star drivers this season has been fined, as much as $50,000..

McMurray wins Indy; Ganassi claims triple

Team owner Chip Ganassi claimed NASCAR’s version of the Triple Crown on Sunday as his driver, Jamie McMurray, won the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis....

Reutimann announces new deal with MWR; Aaron`s to sponsor

David Reutimann and Michael Waltrip Racing announced at Indianapolis Motor Speedway that the driver has re-signed with MWR and will continue racing the No. 00 Aaron’s Toyota again next year.

Gordon looking to break winless streak at Indy

Former Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon is looking to finally break his winless streak, which has accumulated to 48 races as the series heads to Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Pretty Boy Carl Edwards Escapes Jury Again

On Wednesday, NASCAR laid down their penalty for Carl Edwards after Saturday’s Nationwide Series race at Gateway. Edwards was penalized 60 points and $25,000 plus probation till the end of the year.

Joe Gibbs Racing Looks to Rebound at Indy after Gateway

Last weekend’s race at Gateway turned into a nightmare for Joe Gibbs Racing as both of their cars crashed on the same lap.

NASCAR still reviewing Edwards/Keselowski accident is reporting that NASCAR officials are still reviewing the incident involving Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski from Saturday’s Nationwide Series race and could announce a penalty Wednesday.

Edwards wins; Keselowski’s blood boils

Carl Edwards nudged Brad Keselowski on the final lap to win Saturday nights Nationwide Dodge Dealers 250 at Gateway International Raceway.

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