Daytona! And did NASCAR make a mistake pushing the Young Guns on us?

There was plenty to love and hate about the racing this weekend. You either loved what you saw or you are throwing in the towel on NASCAR.

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Truex Wins at Pocono… Where are the Young Guns?

Did you see the finish at Pocono? Martin Truex, Jr. followed by Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick. That folks, is your leaderboard for the rest for the year. Busch, Harvick and Truex have won 11 of the 14 races this year, so all the talk about the young guns taking the Cup series by storm are, well, just rumors to this point. Let’s look at those young ‘uns: Kyle Larson – we’ll give him special props at this point for finishing 2nd and coming out of the final…

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Kenseth Reunites with Jack Roush and Roush Fenway Racing

Wyndham Rewards Joining as a New Primary Partner on No. 6 Ford Fusion CONCORD, N.C. (April 25, 2018) – Who said you can’t go home? NASCAR champion Matt Kenseth will return to the organization where he began his storied NASCAR career, piloting Roush Fenway’s flagship No. 6 Ford Fusion for a part of the 2018 season. Kenseth will also have a new home away from home, with the team announcing a multi-year partnership with Wyndham Rewards®, the award-winning loyalty program of Wyndham Hotel Group, as a new primary on the No.…

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Kyle Busch Wins Wild Race at Martinsville

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – The sun went down, the new lights came on, and all hell broke loose at Martinsville Speedway. In a wild overtime finish that took Sunday’s First Data 500 to 505 laps at the .526-mile short track, Kyle Busch beat Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series leader Martin Truex Jr. to the stripe by .141 seconds to take the checkered flag and earn a spot in the Nov. 19 Championship 4 race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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Kyle Busch the Magnificent Sweeps Bristol Again

The Bristol night race certainly looked better than it has lately. There was a lot of passing and for the second time in his career, Kyle Busch completed the sweep, winning all three Bristol races on the weekend. Love him or hate him, it is an incredible accomplishment and proves that Kyle Busch can really wheel a car. And it’s not like the pole was handed to him. Busch started 18th so he had to pass a few cars to not only get to the front but pass the leader…

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