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  • Helton: We will 'build NASCAR collectively'

    The Sports Xchange Helton: We will 'build NASCAR collectively' By Seth Livingstone NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange LOUDON, N.H. -- Emphasizing that NASCAR respects the needs, rights and opinions of all stakeholders in the sport,...
  • Vickers aiming to end New Hampshire streak

    The Sports Xchange Vickers aiming to end New Hampshire streak NASCAR Wire Service Distrubuted by The Sports Xchange It's not a record. But it's close. And it's unbelievable. Over the course of the last 12 races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, 12...
  • Capsule: Local Auto Racing Weekend

    NASCAR Whelen All-American Series event, Stafford Motor Speedway Friday: 42-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series SK Modified, 32-lap Late Model, 22-lap SK Light Modified, 22-lap Limited Late Model, 22-lap Legends and 17-lap DARE Stock. Grandstands open:...
  • Surging Montoya steers into Iowa

    The Sports Xchange Surging Montoya steers into Iowa NEWTON, Iowa -- Juan Pablo Montoya scored his return-to-IndyCar victory last weekend at Pocono Raceway, a large oval known as "the Tricky Triangle." Now comes the really tricky part: Navigating a...
  • Aric Almirola still sky-high after his victory at Daytona 400

    Aric Almirola still sky-high after his victory at Daytona 400
    RICHMOND — As a matter of fact, no, Aric Almirola isn't the least bit apologetic, doesn't feel the least bit unworthy of winning a rain-shortened NASCAR race in which most of the field turned into a darn fine scrap metal collection. Almirola,...
  • Daytona needs to go racing on July 4th again

    Daytona needs to go racing on July 4th again
    A lot of disgruntled, wet folks left Daytona International Speedway last weekend during the Coke Zero 400, aka The Weather Channel Classic. Richard Petty among them. Yep, NASCAR's King of the Road bolted on a private jet, not interested in riding...
  • NASCAR Driver Capsules, July 9 - Part 2

    Part 2 : continues.... ETC.: Larson has been used to running a lot of races, but his schedule in 2014 has been limited to the Sprint Cup Series and companion Nationwide Series events. "Being such a die-hard sprint car racer and fan and everything, I...
  • Pressure on big stars increase as spots in NASCAR's Chase for the Championship dwindle

    Eleven spots are filled for the upcoming Chase for the Championship. That leaves just five openings — and only eight races remaining to get one of the guaranteed entries. For Aric Almirola, Sprint Cup's newest winner, things couldn't be better. His...
  • Juan Pablo Montoya completes return to IndyCar with win at Pocono

    Juan Pablo Montoya won the IndyCar race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday to complete a triumphant return to open wheel racing after seven years in NASCAR. Helio Castroneves was second to make it a 1-2 finish for team owner Roger Penske. Montoya won for the...
  • Kurt Busch penalized after failed inspection

    The Sports Xchange Kurt Busch penalized after failed inspection NASCAR took 10 points away from Sprint Cup driver Kurt Busch on Tuesday after his third-place finish in Sunday's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway because his No. 41 car...
  • Aric Almirola reflects changing face of NASCAR

    Aric Almirola reflects changing face of NASCAR
    NASCAR's Drive for Diversity has often times looked like a rubber-necking logjam along the interstate: A slow ride. But thankfully, the pace to make NASCAR more inclusive for fans of all shapes, sizes and ethnic origins is picking up briskly in 2014....
  • NASCAR needs to be more like soccer

    NASCAR needs to be more like soccer
    There once was a day when the statement I am about to make would be met with horror by any red-, white- and blue-blooded sports fan who considered an affinity for soccer to be the athletic version of burning the American flag. But on the weekend after...