Martin Truex, Jr. Takes Charge in Fontana

You knew that Martin Truex, Jr. had a fast car after snaring the pole for the race. But Kevin Harvick also had a fast car, setting a track record during practice. But an early, and unlikely, crash in Stage 1 sent Harvick to the garage and opened the door for someone else to win the race. That someone turned out to be Truex, who started on the pole, won both Stages, led the most laps and lapped most of the field on his way to a dominating win.

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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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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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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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AmericanMuscle’s 2018 Mustang Resonator Delete Sound Comparison Video

In the latest AmericanMuscle Exhaust Comparison video, we plan to leave your ears ringing! Justin Dugan shows off AM’s new 2018 Mustang GT equipped with Active Exhaust and provides an in-depth listen to all 4 modes, with and without the SR Performance Resonator Delete X-Pipe. Typically, one of the first modification that many Mustang owners will complete includes eliminating their factory resonator, equalling an instant increase in power as well as a loud, raspy, race car tone. The benefit of the 2018’s active exhaust is that it still gives you that authentic…

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