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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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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Las Vegas: Harvick Wins His Second Race in a Row

After all the hand-wringing at the beginning of the season about Ford’s old car design and the power of the Toyota’s and the great new Camaro and… well the Ford’s have been kicking some butt.

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Kyle Busch Wins a Tough, Wild Martinsville Race

Remember when the racing at Bristol was more like it is at Martinsville? We could rely on at least a few races each year where it was short track heaven, rootin’ and gougin’ and chrome horn and you just loved it. Like Harvick said, “Bent fenders, hurt feelings… I love it.”

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Truex Wins Again at Dover

The best way to make sure you win a championship is to go out and win races. It is also the best way to eliminate your competition. Since the only sure way to advance in the Chase is to win, and Martin Truex, Jr. is making sure he is doing it all right now with another dominating performance at Dover.

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