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Kyle Busch is a Big Name But He Hasn’t Won the Big Races

Kyle Busch has won a lot of races. One hundred to be exact, across NASCAR’s top three series.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Finds Himself Needing A Touch Of Lady Luck These Next Three Races

With seven races remaining until the start of the 2011 chase for the Sprint Cup Championship, it’s beginning to look like déjà vu once again for NASCAR’s most popular driver, and time has been slowly creeping on him.

NASCAR and The Brickyard; A Perfect Match

When stock cars first graced the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1992 for a Goodyear tire test, the hallowed grounds of the speedway were rocked with a sound never heard before.

Sean Downes, NASCAR Newest Salesman, ‘Blown Away’ by the Sport

Growing up and living in the northeast, where franchises like the Yankees, Knicks and Rangers reign, Sean Downes, NASCAR’s newly appointed Managing Director, Business Development, candidly admits that stock car racing was not on his sports radar.

Indianapolis 500: Dixon Leads Final Practice, Briscoe Wins Pit Stop Competition

On Miller Lite Carb Day, Scott Dixon led the final practice session with a quick lap of 225.474mph. "It's more of just a systems check," Dixon said, who will start second on Sunday.

Josef Newgarden Wins Firestone Freedom 100, Continuing Dream Weekend for SSM

If winning the pole for the Indianapolis 500 and Firestone Freedom 100 wasn't enough for Sam Schmidt Motorsports, Josef Newgarden brought home the victory in today's Firestone Freedom 100 for the team.

Bryan Clauson Wins Firestone Freedom 100 Pole as Qualifying is Rained Out

2010 USAC National Drivers Championship title holder Bryan Clauson may be making his first ever Firestone Indy Lights start, but the pressure will be on as he will start pole.

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