Matt Kenseth Apparently Isn’t Finished Yet

Matt Kenseth returns! Reports are out that the 2003 champion will return to Roush Fenway Racing to drive the number six car on a part-time it will re-unite him with the organization where he enjoyed his greatest successes before moving on to Joe Gibbs Racing. While he wasn't exactly knocking it dead in 2017, it would have been a stretch to say Matt Kenseth was washing up. His release from JGR was nothing more than a means for opening up a ride for Erik Jones, a young driver with greater p ...

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NASCAR Putting The Screws to Buschwhacking

A long overdue change is being made by NASCAR. Starting next season, further restrictions will be placed on the practice of "Buschwhacking" by established Cup drivers. Finally. For the uninitiated, Buschwhacking harkens back to the days of when the Xfinity was sponsored by Anheuser-Busch and its Busch brand. Over the years, notable Cup drivers such as Dale Earnhardt, Mark Martin, Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch and Joey Logano have continued to drive with regularity. Sure, you can't blame them for ...

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The 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class An Impressive Lot

By the time Friday January 20th comes and goes, eight classes will have been inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Even after all this time, there is no shortage of legends and contributors deserving of such recognition. Check out this year's NASCAR Hall of Fame class..... With 40 wins in the Monster Energy series, 49 in Xfinity and seven in the CWTS, Mark Martin has a most worthy resume as arguably the best driver to never win a championship. Martin's story is one of perseverance, he ...

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Thrilling Or Not, Talladega Does NOT Belong In The Chase

OK, it's Uncle Jimmy's story time, otherwise known as confessions of a fan who has a convoluted view of Talladega. If I may let the fan in my out, I was rooting big time for Mark Martin in 2009. He had taken a big swig from the Fountain Of Youth, and the (at that time) five-time championship runner-up was making a spirited run at Jimmie Johnson's "four-peat." It was a feel good story in the making. This was during that era when Johnson was darn near indestructible. You had to have your "A ...

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5 Top NASCAR Hall of Fame Snubs

  Two-time champion Terry Labonte, modified super stud Jerry Cook, NASCAR emperasario Bruton Smith, the "Babe Ruth of NASCAR" Curtis Turner and 1970 champion Bobby Isaac were named as the latest inductees in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Taking nothing from these men are just as notable individuals still waiting their turn. In fact, you talk to some fans, and they are shaking their heads that they continue to wait. Fan favorite Benny Parsons remains on the waiting list for the NASCAR H ...

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