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McDowell to make 400th Cup career start at Richmond

The Glendale, Arizona, native is set to achieve a milestone start in his 15th season in NASCAR's premier series.

McDowell to make 350th Cup start at Bristol

The Glendale, Arizona, native is set to achieve a milestone start at Thunder Valley while in his third full-time Cup season with Front Row Motorsports.

Dillon to surpass 150 Cup starts at Dover

The Lewisville, North Carolina, native is set to achieve a milestone start in his fourth full-time season in the Cup Series.

Bell to drive for Joe Gibbs Racing in the 2021 Cup season

The Oklahoma native is set to become the fifth driver to pilot Joe Gibbs Racing's No. 20 car in the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Bell to reach 150 starts across NASCAR following Michigan

The Oklahoma native driving for Leavine Family Racing will reach a significant milestone start at the Irish Hills and in his rookie Cup season.

LFR welcomes Bell, prepares for second year with TRD

“He's adapted at every level he's come up through. Sure, there will be adjustments,” said Leavine. “He drives his heart out. From my standpoint, what more can I ask for?”

Should NASCAR drivers be allowed to compete in other forms of motorsport?

But racing is a dangerous sport. This goes without saying. Despite the major advances in safety over the last 60, 70 years, drivers still get hurt, and in many tragic instances, they are killed. Saying that a driver can race in discipline A but not discipline B is neglecting the fact that anything can happen at any moment, anywhere. Just because the 2010s' didn't see a single driver perish in NASCAR's top touring divisions does not mean it couldn't happen again in 2020.

Season, as well as opportunities, far from over for DiBenedetto and Leavine Family Racing

When it comes to Bristol, it is usually a story of hot tempers that trumps out whoever it is that won the race. Surprisingly,...

DiBenedetto reveals he is not returning to Leavine Family Racing

Matt DiBenedetto revealed Thursday on social media that he will not return to Leavine Family Racing for the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

Hot 20 – Bristol is not over-hyped, but a lot is

Sometimes the news can be a little over-hyped. For example, no matter what you might hear, Kyle Busch is going to claim the bonus for the most points garnered by the time they leave Indianapolis. Kevin Harvick would need to close the gap by 21 points in each of the remaining three events to change that, and that is not going to happen. It is a done deal.

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