Kyle Busch wins Third Race in a Row of 2018 at Richmond

The Race After starting deep in the field, Kyle Busch stayed patient and let the track, and the race, come to him and closed his third win in a row. So far the year has turned into a tale of two halves – albeit only 9 races in. The first half of the year looked like the Kevin Harvick Show and the last few weeks have been the Kyle Busch Show. Both drivers have 3 wins and account for 2/3 of the race victories this young season. Busch is the…

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SHORT TRACK: Finally, A Suitable Replacement for the Hooters Pro Cup Series

The Hooters ProCup Series was on top of the world in 2001. Brian Vickers was graduating to NASCAR after a three-year Pro Cup career. Joey Logano would join Hooters a few seasons later. Every short track superstar in the eastern half of the country knew that Hooters was the place to be. Johnny Rumley, Bobby Gill, Jay Fogleman, Jeff Agnew, Michael Ritch… they all knew that the money, the prestige and the path to the top went through Hooters Pro Cup.

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Has “Stage Racing” Actually Helped The Racing Any?

I was skeptic when I heard the announcement of Stage racing. The first thing that popped into my head was wow plate races are going to be wreck fests.

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Brad Keselowski is a Repeat Winner for 2017

Brad Keselowski won his first grandfather clock at Martinsville in what had to be the best race of 2017. For the first time all year, the staged racing actually added a bit of excitement as drivers battled for position all day long. Not that the race needed two extra cautions, the drivers did enough of that themselves.

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