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Chevrolet sees "more work to do" before 2019 NASCAR season

That’s a streak the manufacturer intends to end in 2019. Chevy’s introduction of its Camaro ZL1 model into Cup series competition in 2018 got off to a good start with Austin Dillon’s victory in the season-opening Daytona 500. But when the series moved to the more traditional downforce tracks, Chevy teams appeared a little behind their counterparts at Toyota and Ford. There was an ... Keep reading...

Joey Logano returned to his roots and emerged a NASCAR champion

Even before Logano made his Cup series debut at age 18, he was already a familiar name in NASCAR circles. Logano entered NASCAR with high praise from veterans such as Mark Martin and a clever nickname to go with it: “Sliced Bread” (as in the greatest thing since). Although he quickly won races in what was then called the Nationwide Series and even picked up a fuel-mileage victory in his ... Keep reading...

Jimmie Johnson's "most difficult year" ends quietly at Homestead

They debuted in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series together in 2002 and immediately won the pole for the season-opening Daytona 500. Nine races later, they had earned their first win. Over the next 16 seasons they won a NASCAR record-tying seven Cup series titles, including five in a row at one point. Johnson’s victory in the spring Dover race last season was the 83rd of his career but ... Keep reading...

Roger Penske on Joey Logano: "I think we've got an A+ guy"

Penske is confident that in his newest championship driver, Joey Logano, he has both. Logano, 28, powered to the lead with 12 of 267 laps left in Sunday’s Ford 400 and held on for the victory which also handed him the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship. It’s Logano’s first NASCAR national series title and the second Cup series championship for Penske (Brad Keselowski ... Keep reading...

Todd Gordon: “We could go 15 laps I think better than anybody”

After suffering through a challenging 2017 season that saw his team finish outside the Top 10 in the series standings, Gordon and his No. 22 Team Penske Ford team were determined to get back into championship contending form. The end result was Logano racing to the win in Sunday’s Ford 400 in a 15-lap shootout to the finish that gave Gordon and Logano their first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup ... Keep reading...

Kyle Busch last of title contenders after "frustrating night"

Kyle Busch has been part of the Championship 4 every year since 2015, but this is the first time he ended up last of the title contenders. For the No. 18 team, the 400-mile race was an uphill battle. Between an ill-handling race car and slow pit stops, things just didnt seem to go their way. And even when things did, Busch wasnt able to capitalize on it.  We finished fourth, last of the ... Keep reading...

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