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Thursday’s test at Martinsville Speedway aims to determine whether rain tyres could be feasible at some short tracks in the future. Kyle Larson will pilot the #5 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet and Chris Buescher will pilot the #17 Roush Fenway Racing Ford on a dampened track. NASCAR first used rain tyres in an official national series
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Television executives must have fielded pitches for every conceivable workplace comedy. Following the success of The Office (on both sides of the Atlantic), the likes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Parks and Recreation have both commanded legions of fans and airtime across the world. Adding to the extensive list of workplaces, a down-on-its-luck NASCAR outfit now
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NASCAR has made changes to the backstretch chicane of the Daytona International Speedway Road Course ahead of this weekend’s racing following criticism by drivers. During last week’s Busch Clash exhibition race on the road course, drivers complained that dirt and grass was being pulled onto the track when cars cut the corners on the backstretch
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Alex Bowman will lead the field to green in this weekend’s NASCAR Cup season-opening Daytona 500. Here’s how and when you can watch the race. Hendrick Motorsports driver Bowman, who has moved across to the #48 Chevrolet Camaro to replace seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson, claimed his second pole for the event in qualifying on Wednesday
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Toyota Racing’s NASCAR chief David Wilson has revealed he’s in talks with two potential new team owners that are not currently involved in America’s premier stock car racing series. Speaking ahead of this weekend’s Cup Series-opening Daytona 500, Wilson said the potential new team owners “come from the business world” and that they are both
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Alex Bowman claimed a second Daytona 500 pole position in qualifying for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup season-opener, with team-mate William Byron securing a second Hendrick Motorsports front-row in three years. In a change from the traditional multi-segment format to qualifying for the curtain-raiser, each car on the 44-strong entry list was permitted to run a single
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