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Truex Fulfills Lifelong Dream by Capturing Cup Championship – Motorsports Tribune

By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor The road has been long and full of trials and tribulations, but Martin Truex, Jr. and his No. 78 Furniture Row Racing team are Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champions. Leading the way in almost...

Roush Fenway to Field Ford Driver Development Team in 2018 – Motorsports Tribune

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer Roush Fenway Racing’s iconic No. 60 NASCAR Xfinity Series team will return to full-time competition in 2018. The No. 60 Ford Mustang will be split between Austin Cindric, Chase Briscoe, and Ty Majeski. The...

Kyle Busch Falls Just Short of Second Cup Series Title – Motorsports Tribune

By Brian Eberly, Contributing Writer A grueling 36-race season saw Kyle Busch record five victories and lead 2,023 laps but fall less than one second short of earning the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship. Despite his best efforts...

Keselowski Critical of Manufacturers Following 2017 Finale – Motorsports Tribune

By Michael Guzman, Contributing Writer Homestead, FL – It’s never too early to start thinking about 2018. Most of the time when someone is looking ahead, they’re optimistic that better things are in store. But following Sunday’s season finale at...

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Did It His Way – Motorsports Tribune

By Michael Guzman, Contributing Writer Homestead, FL – After a carefully curated weekend full of interviews, appearances, and simply making sure he was seen, Dale Earnhardt Jr. crossed the finish line and collected his trophy. Then, he proceeded to...

Sadler Left Frustrated After Losing Championship – Motorsports Tribune

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer For the second year in a row, Elliott Sadler is left with heart break and frustration in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship. Sadler fought hard for well over 40 laps in the Ford EcoBoost...

“The ’92 Effect” is NASCAR’s Future – Motorsports Tribune

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer 25 years ago, NASCAR saw a changing of the guard, and today will be no different. ‘The King,’ Richard Petty ran his final race at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the Hooters 500, and a...

NASCAR Execs Preach Patience, Contest Dwindling Ratings & Attendance Numbers – Motorsports Tribune

By Michael Guzman Homestead, FL – NASCAR’s annual state of the sport featured Chairman and CEO Brian France alongside President Brent Dewar preached patience and offered optimism, but suggested there will not be drastic changes to the sport as...

I Was Going to Let Sadler Go – Motorsports Tribune

By Michael Guzman Homestead, FL – “He cost us a championship and he’s not even racing anybody.” Following Saturday evening’s Ford EcoBoost 300, tempers flared between part-time Joe Gibbs Racing driver Ryan Preece and championship contender Elliott Sadler. Preece, 27, defended...

Majeski Earns First Career Top-10 Finish at Homestead – Motorsports Tribune

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer In a race that decided the NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship, it is easy for other drivers’ accomplishments to be overshadowed. Roush Fenway Racing’s Ty Majeski quietly earned his first career Top-10 finish. Majeski ran...

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Jim McElwain may only receive a fraction of his buyout

Sep 30, 2017; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators head coach Jim McElwain prior to the game against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Ben...

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