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Kaulig Racing crew chief Nick Harrison dies at 37

Harrison, 37, was in his first season serving as crew chief for Kaulig driver Justin Haley and was at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday working with Haley as he finished 13th in the Roxor 200.“It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Nick Harrison, our beloved crew chief of the No. 11 car at Kaulig Racing,” a team statement said. “Please keep Nick’s family in your ...Keep reading...

Christopher Bell cruises to New Hampshire Xfinity win over Custer

One week after his top rival Cole Custer picked up his series-leading fifth win of the season, Bell matched that total with a dominating performance of his own.Bell led 186 of 200 laps and easily held off Custer to win Saturday’s Roxor 200 at New Hampshire – giving him wins in both series starts at the track.Bell and Custer are now tied with a series-leading five wins and the victory ...Keep reading...

Blaney fastest in final Cup practice; Bowman wrecks backup car

Blaney’s average lap speed of 133.572 mph topped Joe Gibbs Racing teammates Denny Hamlin (133.226 mph) and Kyle Busch (132.739 mph).Kevin Harvick was fourth and Martin Truex Jr. completed the top-five.Rounding out the top-10 in practice were pole-winner Brad Keselowski, Aric Almirola, Kyle Larson, Daniel Suarez and Jimmie Johnson.Blaney also led the way among the drivers who ran at ...Keep reading...

Erik Jones tops second Cup practice; Byron and Larson wreck

Late in the session, Jones posted his session-best average lap speed of 133.427 mph, topping the pole-winner for Sunday’s Foxwoods Casino 301, Brad Keselowski (133.394 mph). Jones, who will start fourth Sunday, has made three starts at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, with a best finish of sixth in 2017.Read Also:Brad Keselowski tops Kyle Busch for New Hampshire ...Keep reading...

Do blocking and "advance tactics" define today's NASCAR racing?

Side-drafting, aggressive bump-drafting, blocking – all of these things have been a part of NASCAR racing, but in recent years their frequency seems to have increased.Every inch of the track – and sometimes parts not on the racing surface – are used to a driver’s advantage in order to gain a win, a good result or simply another position.Read Also:Truex fastest in final ...Keep reading...

Brad Keselowski tops Kyle Busch for New Hampshire pole

Keselowski has three wins already this season but had yet to win a pole. He filled in that blank on Friday using an average lap speed of 136.384 mph to claim the top starting position for Sunday’s Foxwoods Casino 301.Last week’s race winner, Kurt Busch, was the last car to qualify and appeared to have a chance to topple Keselowski but slotted in third (136.238 mph) when he completed the ...Keep reading...

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