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Bowman to make 200th Cup start at Kansas

The Tucson, Arizona, native is set to achieve a milestone start in his sixth full-time Cup season.

Travis Mack named crew chief for Trackhouse Racing Team in 2021

The Louisville, Kentucky, native is set to return to the Cup Series and serve as crew chief for the newly formed Trackhouse Racing and veteran Daniel Suarez in 2021.

Berry to compete with JR Motorsports on a part-time Xfinity basis in 2021

Team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio a 12-race Xfinity Series deal with Hendersonville, Tennessee, native Josh Berry for the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series season.

Bowman to make 100th start with Hendrick Motorsports at Texas

The Arizona native reaches a significant milestone in his third full-time season driving for HMS in the Cup Series.

Earnhardt Jr. impresses in lone NASCAR start of 2020

In his lone NASCAR Xfinity Series start of this season, Dale Earnhardt Jr. put on a thrilling show at Homestead-Miami Speedway

My First Race: 2001 Harrah’s 500 at Texas Motor Speedway

We're one month removed from the end of the 2019 NASCAR season, which means we're enmeshed in the holiday routine race fans across the...

Earnhardt nervous but looking forward to a ‘fun weekend’

DARLINGTON, S.C. – Dale Earnhardt Jr. was back in an Xfinity Series race car at Darlington Raceway Friday afternoon as he prepares to compete in Saturday's Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200.

Dale Earnhardt Jr., wife Amy ‘safe’ after plane crash in Tennessee

Dale Earnhardt Jr., wife Amy and daughter Isla were safe and taken to a hospital for evaluation following a plane crash on Thursday afternoon in Elizabethton, Tennessee, Earnhardt’s sister, Kelley Earnhardt Miller, confirmed via Twitter.

Nationwide to end sponsorship with Hendrick Motorsports

Nationwide announced Wednesday that they will end their sponsorship with the Hendrick Motorsports No. 88 team with driver Alex Bowman at the end of the 2019 season.

The Final Word – Bristol, we have a problem

Bristol is not Las Vegas, Phoenix, Fort Worth or Charlotte. There are reasons to go to the Virginia-Tennessee border. The country is beautiful. On Sunday, it appears a lot of people were taking in the scenery. They sure in hell were not at the race track.

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