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NASCAR Updates Driver Participation Guidelines for 2017

NASCAR Updates Driver Participation Guidelines for 2017
New Guidelines Further Elevate Next Generation of Stars; Strengthen Series Identity
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (October 26, 2016)
– In an announcement that will put an even brighter spotlight on the next generation of stars and bolster the identity of all three of its national series, NASCAR announced on Wednesday driver participation guidelines for the 2017 season. The new guidelines limit the number of events a premier series driver can race in the NASCAR XFINITY Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 10:27 AM, 10.26.2016

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Logano Wins Talladega Race as Four Drivers are Eliminated

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TALLADEGA, AL - RIS - Joey Logano took the lead on a green-white-checker finish and stormed to a victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Hellmann's 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.  Logano didn't need a win to advance to the field of eight, but the win made it official.  The Penske Fords of Logano and Brad Keselowski dominated the race, leading 135 of the 192 laps run.  In the end, It was Logano vs. the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 44 of Brian Scott and a host of other.  Rookie Scott had the best finish of his career as he followed Logano across the start-finish line just behind Logano.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:37 PM, 10.23.2016

Truex On the Pole for Sunday's Race at Talladega

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TALLADEGA, AL – RIS – Even though everyone was talking about a “mystery part” found on the No. 78 Toyota of Martin Truex, the part was confiscated by NASCAR and Truex went on to win the pole of Sunday’s race.  A NASCAR official said it was doubtful the part would result in a points penalty.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:30 PM, 10.22.2016

Enfinger Pulls Off First Win in Talladega Truck Race

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TALLADEGA, AL - RIS – In the race that decided the lineup for the Round of 6 in the inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase, Alabama native Grant Enfinger stole the thunder from the playoff drivers in Saturday's Fred's 250 Powered by Coca-Cola at Talladega Superspeedway.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:01 PM, 10.22.2016

Two-time Indianapolis 500 Winner Al Unser Jr. Set for Autocross Battle at Oct. Goodguys 23rd Pennzoil Southeastern Nationals

Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. will drive a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro in Autocross competition at the Oct. 21-23 Goodguys 23rd Pennzoil Southeastern Nationals at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. will join cousin Robby Unser, another former Indy car driver, at Team Speedway in the Pro class of Goodguys Autocross competition at the Oct. 21-23 Goodguys 23rd Pennzoil Southeastern Nationals at Charlotte Motor Speedway

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 9:38 PM, 10.21.2016

Harvick Wins and Moves On to the Field of Eight at Kansas

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KANSAS CITY, KS – RIS – Kevin Harvick is known as “the closer,” and showed everyone why he gets that moniker at Kansas Speedway on Sunday.  Harvick passed eventual second-place finisher Carl Edwards with 30 laps to go and was never headed.  After passing Edwards, he drove out of a big lead that shrunk in the final laps.  His final margin of victory was 1.183 seconds.  Harvick led 74 of the 267 laps run.  Pole-winner Matt Kenseth lead a race high 116 laps and Edwards finished with 61 laps led.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 7:33 PM, 10.16.2016

Kyle Busch Wins Xfinity Race at Kansas

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KANSAS CITY, KS - RIS - Kyle Busch won his ninth Xfinity race  of 2016 at Kansas Speedway Saturday.  Pulling double-duty this weekend, Busch led 150 of the 200 laps in a thoroughly dominant performance. It was also his third straight Xfinity win at Kansas, where he won in his Sprint Cup car for the first time this spring.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 12:26 AM, 10.16.2016

Kenseth Eeeks Out Pole at Kansas

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KANSAS CITY, KS – RIS – Kyle Busch has always had a problem running a good race at Kansas Speedway.  So much so that he started watching how teammate Matt Kenseth gets around the track.  Kenseth went on to win the pole on Friday by a very narrow margin.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:29 PM, 10.14.2016

Johnson, Logano Split Charlotte Double-Header

Jimmie Johnson celebrating in Victory Lane

(CONCORD, NC - OCT. 9, 2016 - RIS) Jimmie Johnson and Joey Logano raced to wins in both halves of the hurricane-affected Bank of America 500 race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Johnson took his eighth win at Charlotte in his victory in the Sprint Cup Bank of America 500, while Logano took the lead for the final 12 laps of the XFINITY Series Drive for the Cure300  presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina race.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:49 PM, 10.09.2016

Five Drivers Prepare for 800 Miles of Racing on Sunday

CONCORD, N.C. (Oct. 8, 2016) – The Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway is widely regarded as the ultimate test of man and machine, but five drivers, including the last three Bank of America 500 winners, are scheduled to race 800 miles in a rare double-header on Charlotte’s iconic 1.5-mile superspeedway on Sunday.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 5:40 PM, 10.08.2016

All Bank of America Events Moved to Sunday

Bank of America 500 Postponed to Noon on Sunday
Clear Skies Forecast for Double Dose of NASCAR Chase Action

  • Saturday's Bank of America 500, the fourth race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, will begin at 12 p.m. on Sunday with a favorable forecast expected; the Drive for the Cure 300 presented by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina will begin 45 minutes after the end of the Bank of America 500; Gates open Sunday at 9 a.m.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 4:16 PM, 10.08.2016

Harvick Tops Bowman in BofA 500 Qualifying

Kevin Harvick Starts from pole by .004 second over Alex Bowman

(CONCORD, NC – OCT 6, 2016 – RIS) [Track release] Kevin Harvick won the pole for Saturday’s Bank of America 500 in Bojangles’ Pole Night Thursday at Charlotte Motor Speedway; Harvick’s 27.547-second, 196.029-mph lap topped Alex Bowman, Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s substitute driver, by .004 seconds

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 10:48 PM, 10.06.2016

Preece Wins Charlotte Modifieds, Myers Claims Title

Preece Prevails, Myers Captures Title after Thrilling 
Bad Boy Off Road Southern Slam 150
Ryan Preece won the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour’s Bad Boy Off Road Southern Slam 150 during Bojangles’ Pole Night on Thursday at Charlotte Motor Speedway; Burt Myers finished sixth to clinch his second series championship

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:59 PM, 10.06.2016

Bank of America 500 Friday Notebook

(CONCORD, NC - OCT 6, 2016 - RIS) 'Sweet' Victory in Better Half Dash Presented by Nature Made
Katelyn Sweet, the girlfriend of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Larson, won the sixth annual Better Half Dash presented by Nature Made during Bojangles' Pole Night. Finishing second was Brad Keselowski's girlfriend Paige White with Ty Dillon's wife Haley Dillon third after coming from the back of the pack twice. Rounding out the top five were Anna McAllister in fourth and Kinsley Parsons in fifth.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:53 PM, 10.06.2016

Martin Truex, Jr Dominates The 47th Annual Citizen Soldier 400 At Dover

Martin Truex, Jr celebrates in Victory Lane after a commanding win at Dover International Speedway's 47th Annual Citizen Soldier 400. Dean Patton Photo.

Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE - RIS - Martin Truex Jr. spanks the field at the 47th Annual Citizen Solder 400. After 600 miles of racing today at Dover, Martin Truex Jr. takes advantage of mistake by Jimmie Johnson, and his team and truly speaks the field. At one point during the waning laps Truex held a commanding 12 second lead over second place finisher Kyle Busch. True had lapped all but 6 of the entire field it looked like Dover of old. It was exciting for Martin Truex fans, his team, and his sponsors, Furniture Row and Denver Mattress.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:42 PM, 10.02.2016

Reddick and Suarez Win Truck Races at Fontana and Dover

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DOVER DE – RIS – Tyler Reddick and Daniel Suarez were winters last night and this morning in the NASCAR Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series races.  The truck race was held at what looked like a very empty California Speedway.  The crowd at the Xfinity race looked decent.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 7:59 PM, 10.02.2016

Jamie McMurray Gives Some Thoughts On Dover’s 47th Annual Citizen Soldier 400

Jamie continplates a question on 47th Annual Citizen Soldier 400 which is hosted by Dover International Speeday. Dean Patton Photo.

Dover International Speedway, Dover, DE - RIS -  It's cloudy, but dry at Dover, and the Sprint Cup rides are on the Concrete Mile for practice. There’s no rubber on the concrete and the speeds are in the 160 MPH zone. Expect those times to increase as the weekend ticks along. In the end Mother Nature will move out and look for cool, clear weather to step right up and make for one exciting 47th Annual Citizen Soldier 400 NASCAR event. 

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:41 AM, 09.30.2016

Kevin Harvick Moves on to the second round of the Chase with New Hampshire Win

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LOUDON, NH - RIS - Kevin Harvick only led six laps, but he led the cones that counted.  He held off Matt Kenseth in a ive lap shootout to win the Bad Boy Off Road 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday.  After last week's poor finish, the driver of the No. 4 Chevrolet took matters into his own hands and won, outting him automatically into the second round of the Chase.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:28 PM, 09.25.2016

Byron Wins New Hampshire Truck Chase Race

LOUDON, N.H. - RIS - William Byron dominated Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and won the inaugural Chase race in NASCAR's Trucks Series.  The 18-year-old Byron won for the sixth time this season and advanced to the second round of the Chase.Christopher Bell was second, followed by Matt Crafton, non-Chase driver Tyler Reddick and Timothy Peters.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 10:34 PM, 09.24.2016

Martin Truex, Jr. Wins First Race of the Chase, but Car Fails Post-Race Inspection

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JOLIET, IL – RIS – Martin Truex, Jr. passed leader Ryan Blaney heading into the first turn of overtime to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup TMNT 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, the first race of the 2016 Chase, but his No. 78 Toyota failed post-race inspection.  A caution caused by Michael McDowell’s blown tire, brought out the caution flag  and brought the race down to the green-white-checkers finish.  Truex went on to win the TMNT 400  NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Chicagoland Speedway. 

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 8:38 PM, 09.18.2016

Force, Brown, Ellis and Line Take Carolina Nationals

a happy Antron Brown

(CONCORD, NC - SEP 18, 2016 - RIS) Bracket Busting Sunday? zMAX Dragway holds a contest for the media to see who can predict the day's results best, but today proved to be a bracket-breaker for many as Tony Schumacher spun the tires on his Army Top Fuel racer, allowing Cameron Ferre to beat the champion and become undefeated in his first ever NHRA Top Fuel race. Australian Wayne Newby beat Shawn Langdon when Langdon had his tires spin halfway down the strip. Pat Dakin beat out JR Todd in Todd's haze of tire smoke, and Doug Kalitta, beat Ike Maier in about the only clean pair of Top Fuel's first round. Leah Pritchett beat Richie Crampton but had an engine failure and pulled to a halt with flames coming out of the car. Steve Torrence beat out Scott Palmer in a pedal fest and Antron Brown took advantage of a tire smoking pass by Clay Millican to advance to round two.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:35 PM, 09.18.2016

Sampey, Anderson, Johnson, Kalitta Head Carolina Nationals Qualifying

Doug Kalitta held on to his top qualifying spot from Friday

(CONCORD, N.C. Sept. 17, 2016) [Track Release] – The electrifying sound of nitro-fueled NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series action thrilled a rocking crowd on Saturday at zMAX Dragway, as the final day of NHRA Carolina Nationals time trials saw Doug Kalitta in Top Fuel, Tommy Johnson Jr., (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Angelle Sampey (Pro Stock Motorcycle) emerge with No. 1 qualifying spots ahead of Sunday's action-packed Countdown to the Championship opener.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:56 PM, 09.17.2016

Kalitta, Johnson, Line and Savoie Top Friday at zMAX

Doug Kalitta, Top Fuel quickest in Friday's rounds

(CONCORD, NC - SEPT. 16, 2016 - RIS) NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway opened Friday with qualifying and some Sportsman eliminations runs. When the Pro classes finished their first two rounds of qualifying, Jerry Savoie led Pro Stock Motorcycle with a best run of 6.850/195.19 on his Suzuki, with Angelle Sampey's Buell next at 6.861/195.82. The top twelve qualifiers were filled out by Chil Ellis, LE Tonglet, Andrew Hines, Jim Underdahl, Hector Arana Jr, Matt Smith, Eddie Krawiec, Hector Arana, Melissa Surber and Cory Reed. Karen Stoffer, Mike Berry, Angie Smith, Mark Paquette, Shawn Gann, Steve Jonson, david Hope, Lance Bonham, Brian Bognuda and Chaz Kennedy all will have to wait until Saturday's qualifying to make the field.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 8:29 PM, 09.16.2016

Hamlin Wins Richmond as Chase Field is Set

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RICHMOND, VA – RIS – In a race filed with caution flags and fender benders, Denny Hamlin won his third race of the season in the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway.  This was the final race for drivers to qualify for the Chase for the Sprint Cup (the final 10 races that will determine the 2016 driver’s championship) and the desperation was evident from early in the race.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 1:25 AM, 09.11.2016

Kyle Busch Dominates Richmond Xfinity Race

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RICHMOND, VA – RIS – Kyle Busch didn’t qualify well and had a rough start, but in the end, he dominated the NASCAR Xfinity race for his sixth win at Richmond International Raceway. Kyle Busch took the lead on pit road after just over 50 laps and showed why he's the NASCAR Xfinity Series career victory leader with a dominant run at Richmond International Raceway on Friday night.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:50 PM, 09.09.2016

Truex Holds Off Harvick to Win the Bojangles Southern 500

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DARLINGTON, SC – RIS – Martin Truex, Jr. held off a strong Kevin Harvick to win the Bojangles Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.  It was the second major win for Truex this season.  He earlier won the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in May.  He became only one of a few to win both NASCAR Sprint Cup races in the same year.  His two wins put him in a good position to challenge for the NSCS championship known as The Chase.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 12:33 AM, 09.05.2016

Eliott Sadler Conuers Darlington in Xfinity Race

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DARLINGTON, SC – RIS - Elliott Sadler won for the first time at Darlington (South Carolina) Raceway, holding off defending champion Denny Hamlin in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race Saturday.

Sadler was second on the track “Too Tough To Tame” in this event in 2013 and 2014, trailing Sprint Cup star Kyle Busch both times. In this one, Busch’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, Hamlin, made a late charge and nosed in front two laps from the end.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:44 PM, 09.04.2016

Larson Gets First Sprint Cup Win at Michigan

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BROOKLYN, MI – RIS – Kyle Larson had to listen to anyone and everyone saying it wasn’t a matter of if, but a matter of when he would win a race.  Every week on NASCAR Sirius Radio and in every news story, the mantra was repeated over and over, and it never happened.  On Sunday, Larson finally broke through and outdueled Chase Elliot for that first win.

Larson not only won the race in his No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet but also punched his ticket for the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup playoffs.

An emotional Larson said in Victory Lane that he was dedicating his win to his late friend Bryan Clauson, who died recently in a sprint-car accident at a dirt track.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 9:06 PM, 08.28.2016

INDYCAR - ABC Supply 500 race results

ABC Supply 500 race results

LONG POND, Pa. - Results Monday of the ABC Supply 500 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 2.5-mile Pocono Raceway, with order of finish, starting position in parentheses, driver, aero kit-engine, laps completed and reason out (if any):

1.  (8) Will Power, Chevrolet, 200, Running
2.  (1) Mikhail Aleshin, Honda, 200, Running
3.  (22) Ryan Hunter-Reay, Honda, 200, Running
4.  (2) Josef Newgarden, Chevrolet, 200, Running
5.  (18) Sebastien Bourdais, Chevrolet, 200, Running

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 5:36 PM, 08.22.2016

INDYCAR - Win by Power at ABC Supply 500 tightens championship race

LONG POND, Pa. (Monday, Aug. 22, 2016) - It's a whole new race for the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series championship. By winning today's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway, Team Penske's Will Power claimed his fourth victory of the season and closed within 20 points of the top of the standings.

Power held off Verizon P1 Award pole winner Mikhail Aleshin by 1.1459 seconds on the 2.5-mile "Tricky Triangle" oval to also collect the 29th win of his Indy car career. It tied him with a pair of Team Penske greats for 11th on the all-time victory list - Rick Mears and Helio Castroneves.

"I love winning 500-mile races and this is one of the toughest ovals that we race on," said Power, whose other 500-mile victory came in the 2013 season finale at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.

The 200-lap race was delayed a day after heavy rain Sunday forced its postponement. Starting eighth, Power gradually moved his No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet to the front, not taking his first lead until Lap 64.

"The car started off really, really difficult to drive," said the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series champion, who led 55 laps on the day, including the last 36. "We adjusted on it all day and, for the second half of the race, the car was just awesome."

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 5:32 PM, 08.22.2016

McDowell Conquers Damp Road America Course for XFINITY Win

ELKHART LAKE, WI – RIS - Michael McDowell pointed his No. 2 Chevy against a concrete barrier at the finish line, burning his tires in a smoky celebration.  Finally, a late lead didn't disappear for McDowell at Road America.  It had been a long time coming.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:59 PM, 08.27.2016

Moffitt Wins Michigan Truck Race

BROOKLYN, MI - RIS - Brett Moffitt led only one lap of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Careers for Veterans 200.  It was the final lap, and for Moffitt, it was the most important lap.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:21 PM, 08.27.2016

Harvick Wins Soggy Bristol Sprint Cup Race

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BRISTOL, TN - RIS - Kevin Harvick finally won his second NASCAR Sprint Cup race of 2016 in the Bass Pro Shops NRA 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, but it wasn't easy.  Harvick held off a hard charging Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. in the closing laps to solidify his Chase berth.  He celebrated with a gaudy double burnout with car owner Tony Stewart, who was running his last race at the half-mile high-banked track.  It was a race that almost didn't happen.  Persistent rain all weekend postponed the advertised night race until Monday, but rain continued until mid afternoon, and even then, a delay extended the time for the race.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 1:01 AM, 08.22.2016

INDYCAR - ABC Supply 500 postponed until Monday by rain

LONG POND, Pa. (Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016) - About the only thing to slow Mikhail Aleshin this weekend at Pocono Raceway is Mother Nature.

Heavy rain this afternoon forced postponement of the ABC Supply 500 at the "Tricky Triangle" until noon ET Monday (NBCSN and the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network). The green flag for the 200-lap race on the 2.5-mile oval is scheduled to wave at 12:09 p.m. The forecast for Monday calls for sunny skies and a high temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

The delay forces Aleshin, who Saturday became the first Russian driver in Indy car annals to win a pole position, to wait an extra day to lead the 22-car field to the green flag.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 4:41 PM, 08.21.2016

Marks Beats the Rain and Wins at Mid-Ohio XFINITY Race

LEXINGTON, OH – RIS - Unlikely as it may seem, Justin Marks won the XFINITY race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car course in the Mid-Ohio Challenge for his first victory in the series.  Even more remarkable was the conditions under which this race was run.  Pouring the rain most of the day, Marks showed an unbelievable amount of skill to outrace some of the seasoned drivers in the field

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:16 PM, 08.14.2016

IMS - Racer Bryan Clauson Died Sunday Night; Statement from family of Bryan Clauson on His Passing

Bryan Clauson at this year 100th Running of the 500. ©RIS/Pam Clarino

INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016 - Racer Bryan Clauson passed Sunday night from injuries suffered in a midget crash at the Belleville Nationals in Kansas on Saturday night, August 6, 2016. He was 27 years old.
The family of Indy 500 veteran and USAC champion driver Bryan Clauson released the following statement this morning:

"Last night, the 7th of August, we said goodbye to our son, my fiancé, our friend, Bryan Clauson. He was surrounded by family and friends and we were grateful that we could experience his final moments with him.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 10:18 AM, 08.08.2016

Hamlin King of the Road in Win at the Glen

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WATKINS GLEN, NY – RIS – Denny Hamlin had led a lap at Watkins Glen International, but he led 10 laps today en route to the first road course victory of his career.  Hamlin held off Martin Truex, Jr., Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano for the win in the Cheez-it 355 at the Glen NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.  Hamlin stayed low on the restart with three laps to go and watched others try to go outside and never gave up the lead.  It got dicey on the last lap with Brad Keselowski getting into Truex.  That allowed Keselowski teammate Joey Logano to finish second.  Keselowski finished third.  Truex ended up eighth.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 8:37 PM, 08.07.2016

Joey Logano Dominates Xfinity Race at The Glen

WATKINS GLEN, NY – RIS – Joey Logano left no doubt who had the best car on Saturday in the Zippo 200.  After winning the pole on Friday. It was Logano at the front most of the day.  In fact, he and teammate Brad Keselowski ran 1-2 most of the day in their Team Penske Ford Mustangs until Keselowski broke his rear track bar that sent him to 24th place.  In the meantime, Logano won.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:55 PM, 08.06.2016

Chris Beuscher Wins Fog-Shortened Race at Pocono Raceway

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LONG POND, PA – RIS – Rookie Chris Beuscher won the Pocono 400 on Monday when thick fog overtook visibility on Pocono Raceway.  The race consisted of 138 of the scheduled 160 laps.  Beuscher took the top sport by staying on the track, outlasting faster cars that had pitted behind him.  When the red flag flew Buescher was nervous and anxious waiting to see if the race would resume or he would end up in Victory Lane.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 8:37 PM, 08.01.2016