Kyle Busch Wins 50th Annual Snowball Derby

After starting 15th and running third for the majority of the second half of the 50th Annual Snowball Derby, Kyle Busch dug deep in the late stages and was able to bring home his second Tom Dawson Memorial Trophy. After restarting third with 66 laps remaining in the 300-lap event, Busch was able to work his way around Bubba Pollard for second place with 22 laps remaining and then maneuvered past Jeff Choquette for the race lead with 16 laps to go. Once out front, the Las Vegas native cruised to the…

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DXC TECHNOLOGY AND TEAM PENSKE RENEW PARTNERSHIP

Industry-Leading IT Company to Build on Winning Relationship with Team’s INDYCAR Program MOORESVILLE, N.C. (November 21, 2017) – Team Penske announced today that it has reached an extension agreement with DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series season.

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Keselowski Stays in the Chase Hunt With Talladega Win

The race at Talladega wasn’t what you would call classic Talladega, but after a mild first 2 stages, the race got crazy at the end with multiple wrecks that left only 14 cars on the track at the finish.

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Martin Truex, Jr. Wins Charlotte The Hard Way

Martin Truex, Jr did not start on the front row at Charlotte, nor did he gain any stage points, nor did he dominate the race as he so often has this year. But somehow he led 91 laps in the final stage of the race, including the most important lap – the final one.

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What Kinds of Problems Can NASCAR Crews Fix During a Race?

Two hundred miles-per-hour is probably faster than you’ll ever travel in a car, but for NASCAR teams, 200 mph is a fact of life for hours on end. At such speeds, the wind resistance alone is enough to damage your typical family sedan. So when fenders start rubbing, and things get dicey, the job of keeping these highly specialized machines in the race falls to the pit crew. Unlike the small armies mobilized in Formula One racing, NASCAR limits the members of a pit crew to six. Armed with a…

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