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Gustafson to call 600th Cup race as crew chief at Darlington

The reigning Cup championship-winning crew chief is primed for a significant milestone start in his 17th full-time season as a crew chief.

Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 24 car to achieve 1,000 Cup career starts at The Glen

The iconic No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports car is set to reach a major milestone start since making its debut in November 1992.

Elliott to make 200th Cup start at Charlotte

The reigning Cup Series champion is set to achieve a milestone start in his sixth full-time season in NASCAR's premier series.

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.

Knaus set for 700th Cup race at Richmond

The seven-time Cup championship crew chief for Hendrick Motorsports' No. 24 team is set to reach a milestone start in his 20th full-time season as a crew chief.

NASCAR’s Hot 20 of All-Time

The Daytona 500 is coming up this Sunday, a time for new beginnings and a time for bringing things to an end. After 15 years and over a thousand columns of various incarnations, this edition represents my final regular contribution to this site.

Hot 20 – Not everyone loves Talladega, but not everyone is normal

Flying around in aircraft formation inches apart at 200 mph. That would be good enough to force me into the Depends, especially if I were in the passenger seat. It is a track that causes skid marks to appear everywhere.

Hot 20 – Back to Darlington, back to a September tradition and the Southern 500

Tradition. On Sunday, NASCAR returns to its traditional roots, to the track that was Daytona before Bill France replaced the beach-road course with his 2.5-mile architectural marvel. Before the Daytona 500, the marquee event was held in Darlington.

Hot 20 – Michigan is the focus of this weekend but, apparently, so is France

Jimmie Johnson. Kyle Busch, Kurt Busch. Kevin Harvick. Martin Truex, Jr. Denny Hamlin. Brad Keselowski. Kyle Larson. Chase Elliott. These men are NASCAR. These men, a few women, and so many others made the sport. Were the sport. Are the sport. Brian France is not NASCAR. There is a reason 97 percent of all family businesses do not survive as such into the fourth generation.

NASCAR Fans Need to Chill Out

NASCAR fans are always looking for one thing; side by side racing, and passing for the lead a hundred times a race. That is what the fans say they want to see. But that just isn’t the reality, and it never has been.

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