The Post-NASCAR Cup Banquet Hangover

So the banquet has been held. Checks handed out. Trophies given. Awards given. Kudos given. Drivers retired. And now the off-season begins and Silly Season continues.

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Harvick gets First Win at Texas and Advances

Kevin Harvick showed everyone why he is called The Closer. Just when it looked like Martin Truex, Jr was going to bring home his first Texas win, Harvick was the model of consistency and ran Truex down, passing him on his way to his first ever win at Texas. Harvick joins Kyle Busch and Truex as three of the four drivers to compete for the championship at Homestead.

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DALE EARNHARDT JR. TO JOIN NBC SPORTS GROUP’S NASCAR TEAM IN 2018

 Broad NBCUniversal Arrangement Allows for Earnhardt’s Participation in Sports, Movies, Television & Entire NBCU Portfolio STAMFORD, Conn. – July 24, 2017 – Dale Earnhardt Jr., the motorsports icon voted by fans as NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver for an unprecedented 14 consecutive years (2003-16), will join NBC Sports Group’s NASCAR coverage beginning in 2018, it was announced today. Chairman of NBC Broadcasting and Sports Mark Lazarus, and NBC Sports Executive Producer and President of Production Sam Flood, will introduce Earnhardt, in a media conference call today, Monday, July 24 at 3 p.m. ET. An advisory with specific information…

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Truex Wins Kansas in Style

In a night where Ryan Blaney bested the field with his first pole, I guess it was no surprise that Martin Truex, Jr. would win at Kansas. He started third, he nearly won here a year ago and he has one heck of a fast race car. You can also look to the starting grid dominated by Ford and Toyota. The only Chevy in the top 10 was Kyle Larson in ninth. And if you look at the final grid, only two Chevys were in the top 10.

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