Michael Annett

2020 Xfinity Series Playoff outlook following Dover doubleheader

Brown continues to hold sole possession of the final spot to the 12-car Xfinity Playoff field by 31 points over Clements with five regular-season races remaining.

Briscoe snaps a one-month dry spell; rallies to win at Dover

The Mitchell, Indiana, native reignited his season-long momentum by claiming his sixth victory of the season following an Xfinity doubleheader at the Monster Mile.

Annett to start on pole at Kansas

The Iowa veteran becomes the third Xfinity competitor to start on the pole by virtue of a random draw in multiple series race.

2020 Xfinity Series Playoff outlook after Texas

The battle for the top-12 cutline to the Xfinity Series Playoffs tightened within the bubble area following 300 miles at the Lone Star state.

2020 Xfinity Series Playoff outlook after Kentucky

Austin Cindric's victories at Kentucky Speedway shake up the Xfinity Series Playoff field picture in the second half of 2020.

Michael Annett survives and advances to Round of 8

Michael Annett and his No. 1 JR Motorsports team started in the back in the Xfinity Series race at Dover International Speedway after an engine change. It resulted in a nerve-wracking start for Annett especially after he had to avoid all the carnage that came within the first few laps.

Saturday’s NASCAR Racing Experience 300 a solid race with few flaws

Following Michael Annett's long-overdue win in Saturday's NASCAR Racing Experience 300 at Daytona, many fans and NASCAR peers took issue with the show the Xfinity Series put together, calling it lackluster and boring.

Brad Keselowski finally tames ‘The Lady in Black’

Brad Keselowski in his No. 22 Penske Racing Ford took the lead after an exciting incident between race leader Chastain and Kevin Harvick took them both out of contention. Keselowski captured his first win at Darlington Speedway and the 39th of his career.

In NASCAR, tenacity inherits a charter spot while success means absolutely nothing

Sometimes you earn by doing, sometimes you earn by succeeding. In NASCAR, perseverance seems to trump performance as it announced the Charter teams heading into 2016 and beyond. It has everything to do with how tenacious a team has been in at least attempting to run, and absolutely nothing to do with their success, be it yesterday, today, or even at some future date.

The Final Word – 2016’s NASCAR Contenders, Pretenders, and Participants

Starting in ten days, just about every week the engines will roar to life and 43 cars will take the green flag. However, we all know that not all race drivers and teams are created equal.

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