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Cole Custer: "This is a dream come true to compete in the Cup Series"

As first reported, Custer will make his Cup series debut in the March 4 race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, driving the No. 51 Ford for Rick Ware Racing. The car will be sponsored by Haas Automation.Read Also:Cole Custer to make Cup debut at Las Vegas with RWR“This is a dream come true to compete in the Cup Series,” said Custer. “I ca ... Keep reading...

Mailbag: Should NASCAR regulate celebratory burnouts?

Is it time for another NASCAR tradition to be changed – even eliminated As expensive as race cars are, should the winners post race burnouts (to the point of blowing tires, damaging sheet metal and overheating engines) end - From CharlieCharlie, I sure hope not. I cant think of anything fans in attendance look forward to more other than maybe the race itself, then the post-race ... Keep reading...

Ford's North American president out due to "inappropriate behavior"

This comes following an internal investigation regarding unspecified inappropriate behavior by Nair, which they concluded was not consistent with the companys code of conduct.“We made this decision after a thorough review and careful consideration,” said Ford President and CEO Jim Hackett. “Ford is deeply committed to providing and nurturing a safe and respectful culture and we ... Keep reading...

Kevin Harvick touts Bubba Wallace as NASCAR's next potential megastar

Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. turned conventional wisdom on its head in the Daytona 500.While Austin Dillon won the Great American Race, Wallace left Daytona with the lions share of attention.Kevin Harvick, perhaps the savviest marketer to sit behind the wheel of a Monster Energy Cup car, referred to Wallace’s second-place finish in the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Chevy as “the ... Keep reading...

Japanese driver Akinori Ogata to compete in Atlanta Truck race

Ogata, a native of Kanagawa, Japan, will compete in MB Motorsports’ No. 63 Chevrolet in Saturday’s Active Pest Control 200 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.   The race will mark the veteran’s seventh career Truck series start. His previous best finish was 18th at New Hampshire in 2015, also with owner Mike Mittler.“I’m very thankful to be competing back in the NASCAR Camping World Truck ... Keep reading...

Roundtable: Was Dillon's last-lap contact with Almirola a dirty move?

Austin Dillons race-winning move on Aric Almirola has been a point of controversy after the Daytona 500. Was it dirty or just a racing a dealJim: Just restrictor-plate racing. Not even Almirola argued with the result because he admitted he was blocking. There is no rule barring blocking of course but whenever you do it, you run the risk of putting yourself in position to be wrecked ... Keep reading...

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