2018 Team Preview: Stewart-Haas Racing

Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make. It will be interesting to see how things go for 2004 champion Kurt Busch at Stewart-Haas Racing. There had been some speculation that Busch would join a veteran driver like Matt Kenseth as a rideless racer. He'll be back in 2018. Kurt Busch has been written off more than once. Controversies sparked departures for the driver of the 41 at Jack Roush and at Penske. Each time, he's been able to bounce back. While Busch has generally dodged ...

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Pocono Race React: Check Off One More For Busch At Overton’s 400

Victory has proven elusive for Kyle Busch. So have wins in general for the 2015 champion. The Overton's 400 Sunday changed all that. Check off one more track for one of the most talented drivers of our generation. Winning in 2017 and winning at Pocono was bound to come eventually. Now Rowdy has one more track left he has not yet conquered. Care to guess? Well, if you're a serious fan, then you know that only Charlotte remains. As we've said before, it was just a matter of time. Though wins ...

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SHR Drivers Never Far From The Headlines

You may love them, you may loathe them, but the drivers of SHR never seem to be far from the headlines. For better or for worse, Stewart-Haas racing drivers Danica Patrick, Kurt Busch and Clint Bowyer are making news. What a country! Where else can a driver with a rather mundane track record of performance get so much support. By now, you've heard that Nature's Bakery is in hot water with SHR for non-payment for their sponsorship of Danica Patrick. Ford (SHR's new mamufacturer) says, "No ...

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Earnhardt, Bowyer Poised For Comebacks

"Freakin' pumped." Leave it to Dale Earnhardt Jr. for a succinct and plain-spoken declaration of his feelings for 2017. I don't think his fans will have to worry about an immediate retirement announcement. Truth be told, NASCAR's most popular driver- sidelined by lingering concussion-related symptoms- was reportedly consistently quick in testing at Phoenix International Raceway this week. Earnhardt told the media he feels like he's coming back from a long vacation, and he's ready to go ba ...

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NASCAR Recap: Tony Stewart Out of Daytona 500

If Tony Stewart couldn't have bad luck, he wouldn't have any at all. Stewart already ran his final Daytona 500 and didn't even know it. A burst fracture in Stewart's back will keep him out of the Daytona 500 and an unknown chunk of the 2016 Sprint Cup season. The move is crushing for Stewart; here's a look at who else is impacted in this NASCAR recap. (more…) ...

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