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Erwin to make 350th Cup start as crew chief

The veteran from Hatboro, Pennsylvania, native is set to achieve a milestone start in his third season as a crew chief for the Wood Brothers Racing.

Menard’s retirement to become Matt DiBenedetto’s new opportunity in 2020

Paul Menard will retire from full-time racing in 2020, opening the door for the undaunted Matt DiBenedetto to take over the No. 21 Ford in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series.

Christopher Bell wins at New Hampshire

In dominant fashion, Christopher Bell did what he has done for most of the season, ending the race in victory lane.

Menard overcomes early setback to finish 16th at Talladega

Paul Menard and his No. 21 Quick Lane team spent most of Sunday’s GEICO 500 at the Talladega Superspeedway battling back from damage to the nose of the No. 21 Mustang from a chain-reaction fender bender during a Lap 10 crash.

Martinsville Weekend A Memorable One For The Wood Brothers

A most memorable weekend of racing at Martinsville Speedway for the Wood Brothers and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane team ended Sunday afternoon with a 15th-place...

Johnson’s Clash Performance Doesn’t Warrant Criticism

Following his elimination in a big crash at the end of Sunday's Advance Auto Parts Clash at Daytona, Paul Menard's comments seemed to sum up the most common criticism of Jimmie Johnson's NASCAR career: "Jimmie does that a lot."

Hot 20 of the NASCAR season that was

Another season has come and gone, along with a few more drivers and fans, to be honest. However, there are some things I have noticed that are on the positive side, though not all would agree.

Hot 20 – At win at Homestead could move one of the boys closer to legendary status

Legends are rare. Many get an honorary title, no doubt stars in their own right at one time long ago or a pioneer of some description. However, to be a true legend, an icon, it takes a lot to make the grade. In NASCAR, David Pearson was an undisputed legendary driver, one of the best all-time, a true giant of the sport.

Hot 20 – Smokey just tagged the Bandit to make Phoenix a lot more interesting

If NASCAR was a certain 1977 hit movie, you could say that Sheriff Buford T. Justice finally got his hands on the Bandit. It might not have derailed the adventure, but there is a danger the Snowman might not be able to deliver that truckload of suds to their destination on time.

Hot 20 – For some it comes down to a Texas sized win or hoping for a Big Three free fall

We have our Big Four. Finally. Joey Logano will join Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, and Martin Truex Jr. racing for the championship at Homestead. That is, unless someone takes one of those spots away either this weekend or next.

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