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Lucas Oil Racing TV is the first 24/7 On Demand motorsports network – 2000 plus hours of US, national and international racing, car shows, behind the scenes action and live-streaming events online without commercial breaks.

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SEMA revisited in this episode of AmericanMuscle’s Hot Lap

Steph from AmericanMuscle.com explores the sites of SEMA, selecting her top three favorite Mustangs and giving you the low down with interviews from some of the top builders in the game.  You won’t want to miss out on this coverage featuring the widest of widebody and tire setups, plenty of forced induction, tons of carbon fiber, as well as a special tandem drift session with Vaughn Gittin Jr and Chelsea Denofa.  If that’s not enough coverage, you can even learn about how you can win a 2018 Mustang RTR Spec 3. You can…

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Chevy SS Memories from Chevrolet Racing

This weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway will mark the final race for the Chevy SS as the flagship vehicle for Chevrolet in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series competition. The SS made its on-track debut at during speedweeks in 2013 at Daytona, winning the first points paying race as Jimmie Johnson took the SS to Winner’s Circle in the season-opening Daytona 500. Since then, the SS has gone on to win 72 more races, making it the most successful Generation-6 NASCAR race car over its competitors. The SS has carried two drivers…

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Roush Fenway Racing Honors Robert Yates With Tribute Paint Scheme

CONCORD, N.C. (Nov 6, 2017) – Roush Fenway Racing will honor longtime competitor and partner Robert Yates at Phoenix Raceway with a tribute paint scheme on Ricky Stenhouse’s No. 17 Ford Fusion. The scheme, inspired by Yates’ 1991 and 1992 victories at the Arizona track, honors the NASCAR Hall of Famer’s career and lasting legacy in the sport.

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Transmission Problems Are Easy to Solve With the Right Help

No matter how well you maintain your car, there will come a time when you will need to have your transmission repaired. This is usually due to the normal wear-and-tear associated with driving a car everywhere for years, but you should still bring it into a repair shop once you notice any of the following signs.

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