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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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Team Penske’s 1000th Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) Start Becomes a Victory for Keselowski and Penske

Brad Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team made sure that Team Penske’s 1000th Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) race was a memorable one by scoring the victory in Sunday’s STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway. After rain showers canceled the Friday afternoon qualifying session, Keselowski started the race from the fourth position as MENCS owner points set the field.

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Blaney, Motorcraft/Quick Lane Team On A Roll Heading Into Phoenix

Ryan Blaney and the Motorcraft/Quick Lane team head to Phoenix Raceway with the momentum that comes with having fast cars for the first three races of the 2017 season. And Phoenix was one of Blaney’s better tracks during his rookie season as he posted finishes of eighth and 10th in his two starts there.

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RACING’S GREATEST UPSETS: Trans Am’s 1966 Pan-American Endurance Race (Part 2 of 3)

The next weekend John McComb was racing again. The Trans-Am Series Six-Hour Pan-American Endurance Race was to be held at Green Valley Raceway in Texas. The sanctioning body mandated a second driver for each team due to the length of the event. McComb chose veteran Brad Brooker, a successful club racer who had logged plenty of miles in the Group 2 notchback’s nearly identical twin, the Shelby GT350.

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