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Tony Stewart leads 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class

Stewart, who is currently co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing and continues to compete on dirt tracks across the country, won 49 races in the Cup series, including two wins in the prestigious Brickyard 400. Stewart, 48, won the Cup title three times (2002, 2005 and 2011) and also collected 11 wins in what is now the Xfinity Series and a pair in Trucks. His versatility as a driver was on displayed ...Keep reading...

International Speedway Corp. accepts $2 billion NASCAR offer

NASCAR had made an original offer of $42 per share for all outstanding shares of ISC stock in November but Wednesday’s agreement included a more than 7 percent increase of $45 per share.The merger agreement was unanimously recommended and approved by a special committee comprised solely of independent directors of the Board of Directors of ISC and was unanimously approved by the full ...Keep reading...

Pinty’s Notebook: Veterans make up top-five finishers at CTMP

Lacroix and Andrew Ranger kicked off season with another impressive performance for the Canadian-based NASCAR series.Lacroix moved into second place in all-time Pinty’s Series wins at CTMP with his fourth victory in the past six races while Ranger and a talented field of veteran drivers completed the top five on Sunday.From the editor, also read:Kevin Lacroix gets redemption ...Keep reading...

Myatt Snider's NASCAR Euro season features poles and probation

Snider, who earned rookie of the year honors in the Gander Outdoors NASCAR Truck Series last season, originally hoped to be running his second full season in Trucks in 2019 but changes at ThorSport Racing left him with only a part-time ride.In April, Snider got the opportunity to compete in the NASCAR Euro Series’ ELITE 2 Division, behind the wheel of the No. 48 Racing Engineering Ford ...Keep reading...

U.S. Motorsport Report: Dramatic weekend at Charlotte and Indy

The month of May has been good for Simon Pagenaud thus far in Indianapolis. He won the INDYCAR Grand Prix and followed that up by winning the pole for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.While the Team Penske driver was smiling, it was heartbreak in the McLaren IndyCar camp after Fernando Alonso was bumped from the field in the Last Row Shootout.In NASCAR, Kyle Larson ...Keep reading...

Is a 600-mile race still a tradition worth keeping in NASCAR?

Among drivers there seems a consensus there is still a place in the Cup series for an endurance-style race such as the annual Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, although Denny Hamlin is not among them.“The sport doesn’t ‘need’ any particular thing. I don’t think that anything is totally necessary,” Hamlin said. “If the race was 300 miles, you’re going to have the same ...Keep reading...

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