Enjoy the (NASCAR Racing) Season. Please.

I recently read a post on TDN.com from a respected writer about the state of NASCAR and what it could do to improve ratings and fan engagement. While I agree with some of its points, it had some discrepancies that bothered me. First of all, the writer said that one of the problems was that three drivers had combined to win 16 of 21 races. Later on, the same writer claimed that the battle between the top three drivers should be something to celebrate.

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Martin Truex Gets Back-to-Back Kentucky Wins

Martin Truex, Jr. started on the pole, won the first two Stages, led 174 of the 267 laps and then went on to win the Kentucky night race. That’s what you call a dominant performance and was so typical of his 2017 season.

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Kevin Harvick Makes History in Phoenix With 3rd Straight Win

Under sunny skies in Phoenix, Kevin Harvick wasted no time letting everyone know he was pissed off and he was ready to race.

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The Rolex at Daytona and Brian France

The Rolex 24 at Daytona is my own personal start to the racing season. That race gets me reignited for the coming NASCAR season. I truly enjoy seeing guys that I rarely hear about racing around Daytona for 24 hours. This year, there won’t be any NASCAR drivers in the mix, but there will be plenty of IRL drivers. If you’ve never watched, I highly recommend it.

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Martin Truex Jr. Wins 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 19, 2017) – Following a long and winding road, Martin Truex Jr. finally owns the biggest prize in motorsports. The driver of the No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Toyota capped off a dominant season in fitting fashion –by capturing the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship with a stirring victory in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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