Ryan Truex / No. 19 Toyota SmartPath Toyota GR Supra – United Rentals 300 at Daytona International Speedway

TRUEX AT DAYTONA: Ryan Truex will kick off his eighth career NASCAR Xfinity Series season this weekend in the United Rentals 300 at Daytona International Speedway when he gets behind the wheel of the No. 19 Toyota SmartPath GR Supra. In four starts at the iconic track, Truex has one top-ten, three laps led, and an average finish of 15.8, highlighted by a seventh-place finish in 2018. The 31-year-old veteran also has one NASCAR Cup Series start and five NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series starts, where he scored three top-five finishes.

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HaasTooling.com Racing: Ryan Preece Daytona Speedweek

The 66th Daytona 500 Feb. 18 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway will mark Ryan Preece’s fifth appearance in The Great American Race. The driver of the No. 41 HaasTooling.com Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing earned his best Daytona 500 result in his third Daytona 500 start – sixth in 2021.

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United Rentals Racing: Ryan Preece Clash at the Coliseum

Ryan Preece kicks off his second season as driver of the No. 41 United Rentals Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) with Sunday’s non-points Busch Light Clash at The Coliseum. The 33-year-old from Berlin, Connecticut, competed in the previous two Clash events held on the purpose-built, quarter-mile, asphalt oval inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where he showcased his short-track prowess each year.

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Ryan Waterman Streaks to 2024 Stafford Street Stock Championship

(Stafford Springs, CT)—The 2023 season at Stafford Speedway played host to an epic championship fight in its Street Stock division.  The two main protagonists in the championship story were defending track champion Travis Hydar and Ryan Waterman.

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NASCAR Cup Champion Ryan Blaney Honored In Nashville Awards Ceremony

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – On Thursday night at the Music City Center, the NASCAR Champion’s Week festivities concluded with the honoring of Ryan Blaney, who reached the pinnacle of the sport—claiming the NASCAR Cup Series title—by outdueling three other Championship 4 contenders Nov. 5 at Phoenix Raceway.

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Ryan Blaney Holds Off His Competitors And Wins NASCAR Cup Championship

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Ryan Blaney didn’t need to win the race at Phoenix, he just needed to finish ahead of his three competitors to win the title. And that’s exactly what he did, holding off Kyle Larson (P3), William Byron (P4) and Christopher Bell (P36).

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Ryan Blaney Wins 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Championship On NBC And Peacock

AVONDALE, Ariz. – Nov. 5, 2023 – Team Penske driver Ryan Blaney won the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series Championship (Sunday) afternoon on NBC and Peacock – his first career Cup Series title and second straight title for Team Penske after Joey Logano won in 2022.

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Ryan Blaney Masters Martinsville

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And then there were four. Ryan Blaney, Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell and William Byron. No Denny Hamlin or Martin Truex, Jr. No Kevin Harvick,  who is heading to the broadcast booth in 2024. No Chase Elliott, Joey Logano or Kyle Busch.

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Christopher Bell Outruns Ryan Blaney for Homestead Win

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During the course of the race, Christopher Bell thought his chances of racing for a NASCAR Cup Series championship at Phoenix were slim or none. After just squeaking into points at the end of Stage 1 he was nowhere to be found by the end of Stage 2. Homestead was eating up tires and while there were multiple racing grooves, around the top was the best, plus you needed drive off of the corners to compete. Bell’s car was having none of that and Bell was in a sour mood.

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Ryan Blaney Wins At Talladega, Makes It Through To Next Playoff Round

Ryan Blaney came into the Talladega race needing to win one of the next two races and he did just that. He did it by staying in the Top 10 most of the race, avoiding a couple of wrecks and battling Kevin Harvick right to the very end.

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Chris Buescher Continues to Lead RFK Racing Resurgence With Daytona Win

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It was a must win for many drivers Saturday night at Daytona as the hunt to make the NASCAR Cup playoffs entered its final race. A lot of potential scenarios were in play for a number of drivers.  But in the end, a driver already in the playoffs won and ended the playoff hopes for the rest.

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Ryan Preece: ‘(New Hampshire) has that home-track feel’

As a native New Englander, Ryan Preece spent plenty of summers visiting New Hampshire Motor Speedway. When NASCAR had its annual July race, he and his family would camp with his grandfather outside of Turn 1. Preece remembers roaming the merchandise lots at the “Magic Mile” on a bicycle, hoping to one day get his shot on the track that he first visited when he was 7 years old.

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NASCAR Cup Series Driver Ryan Preece Learns How to Lobster

LOUDON, N.H. – NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) driver and Berlin, Conn. native Ryan Preece traded in his firesuit for a pair of bib pants Tuesday as he learned what goes in to lobstering from Mike Flanigan, owner and captain of the Sally Rochelle out of Kittery, Maine. “It was an experience,” said Preece. “I’ve never held a live lobster before, so it was a lot of fun, it was interesting, and I even got the buoy on the first try, so I’m pretty proud of that.”

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Ryan Watt Captures First NASCAR Modified Win Of Season At Grandview Speedway

BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – Ryan Watt of Boyertown, Pa. charged forward from his tenth place starting spot, grabbed the lead on a lap eight restart, then survived a serious late race challenge from Brett Kressley of Orefield, Pa. to score his first win of the season in the 30-lap T.P. Trailer Modified feature Saturday night at Grandview Speedway.

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Ryan Preece, Stewart-Haas Racing Add Backing of International Union of Operating Engineers

Ryan Preece and Stewart-Haas Racing have gained the support of The International Union of Operating Engineers, the organization announced Tuesday.

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