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NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 15 After Chicago

One race into the Chase and fists are already flying. The incident between Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson might have been unintentional, but the results could take Harvick out of Chase contention after the first round… unless he wins within the next two weeks, of course. Show More Summary

NASCAR Mailbox: The Contender Round & Who is Jeffrey Earnhardt?

Well, it looks like that little ACL injury for Denny Hamlin wasn’t a factor on Sunday afternoon in Chicago. Despite his knee injury, Hamlin spun early, went onto win the 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, and took to the deadline...Show More Summary

Tweet N Greet: Tony Stewart Won a Goldfish & He’s Pretty Excited About It

  Getting ready for @ChicagolndSpdwy quick stop by @GreatClips — Kasey Kahne (@kaseykahne) September 14, 2015 Kasey Kahne needed a new haircut just before traveling to Chicagoland Speedway this past weekend. Show More Summary

The Frontstretch Five: Ridiculous Racing Fights

Notice that the title of this column is “ridiculous fights,” and not actual, intense or compelling fights. These are short-lived, one-sided, wimpy, “what just happened there?” fights that make the highlight reel because because they’re ridiculous. Show More Summary

Ryan Reed Joins Lira Motorsports for Two ARCA Racing Series Events

NASCAR XFINITY Series regular Ryan Reed will pilot the No. 38 Lira Motorsports Ford Fusion in the upcoming ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards events at Kentucky Speedway and Kansas Speedway. Reed, who captured the team’s first win...Show More Summary

MRN to Broadcast NASCAR K&N Pro Series Finale Events

The Motor Racing Network will take a different approach this fall. The network announced on Tuesday that it will provide radio broadcasts for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West finale events at Dover International Speedway and Phoenix International Raceway, respectively. Show More Summary

Old School vs. New School NASCAR: On Display

Denny Hamlin made one of the better comebacks in recent history at Chicagoland Sunday afternoon. Causing the race’s first caution after making contact with AJ Allmendinger, Hamlin fell a lap down and was dead last less than five laps into the race. Show More Summary

Five Points: When Push Comes to Shove

ONE: Mercury Rising… Harvick vs. Johnson The 2014 iteration of the Chase had a number of Sports Center worthy moments – many of which didn’t actually occur on the track. And perhaps unsurprisingly the 2015 version of the playoffs has...Show More Summary

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR: New Hampshire Edition

Race No. 1 of the Chase is finished, but now you have to wonder if the pushing and shoving, on and off the track, is not. My guess here is an emphatic no, and I would say that’s an expected and good thing. There will be some intense moments as the races become more and... The post Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR: New Hampshire Edition appeared first on Frontstretch.

Ryan Preece Preparing for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Debut

The clock is ticking, and the opportunity for Ryan Preece to race in NASCAR’s premier division is rapidly approaching. After making a bet with longtime friend and team owner Tommy Baldwin, the 2013 Whelen Modified Tour champion is about to knock another item off his bucket list. Show More Summary

Couch Potato Tuesday: NBCSN Tightens Up for NASCAR’s Chase

Last weekend marked the first weekend of the Chase. Oh boy. It’s the time of the year in which I become more and more irritable when it comes to the television product that we get from week to week. To save some time this week, I’m moving my critique of the Furious 7 300 to... The post Couch Potato Tuesday: NBCSN Tightens Up for NASCAR’s Chase appeared first on Frontstretch.

Beside the Rising Tide: If I Ran the Chase

Is there any better way to spend a late summer Sunday afternoon that devoting four hours of the rapidly dwindling sunlit hours watching an event you know will most likely leave you alternatively bored and angry? But in contemporary NASCAR racing there’s still always room for an occasional surprise. Show More Summary

Entry List: UNOH 175

With the end of the season quickly approaching, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will add another chapter to the championship tale at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. NASCAR released the preliminary entry list for the Sept. 26 UNOH 175 at NHMS earlier today (Sept. Show More Summary

Entry List: 300

While the Cup Series battles in New Hampshire, the stars of the NASCAR XFINITY Series will get a chance to shine bright in Kentucky. NASCAR released the preliminary entry list for the Sept. 26 300 at Kentucky Speedway. Show More Summary

Entry List: Sylvania 300

As round two of the Chase approaches, a familiar face to NASCAR’s lower tiers is stepping up to run with the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. NASCAR released the preliminary entry list for the Sept. 27 Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The list includes 44 entrants, meaning one team will fail... The post Entry List: Sylvania 300 appeared first on Frontstretch.

Pace Laps: XFINITY Frustration, Historic Finals, F1 Changeup & More

XFINITY: Another Day Another Win for Kyle Busch – Who would have guessed that Kyle Busch won an XFINITY Series race yet again? For the fourth time in nine races (44 percent of the time), “Rowdy” visited Victory Lane, this time at Chicagoland Speedway, and did so in dominating fashion for Joe Gibbs Racing. Show More Summary

The Big Six: Questions Answered After the 2015 400

Who…gets my shoutout of the race? With the Chase underway, it’s hard to be a fan of a driver who didn’t make the cut because if he’s not winning a race or tangling with a Chase driver, he’s going to be largely ignored for the rest of the season. Show More Summary

Thinkin’ Out Loud – Denny Hamlin Takes Advantage of Late Race Caution to Steal Win at Chicago

Who’s in the headline – Dave Rogers made a call to stay out on a late race caution and Denny Hamlin restarted the race in third with five laps to go. He went three wide on the bottom of the track, cleared Jeff Gordon in turns one and...Show More Summary

Up to Speed: Oh Look, Another Late-Race Debris Caution!

No, they didn’t… Did they? Did NASCAR blatantly throw a pseudo “debris” caution with 10 laps to go in a Chase race, altering the outcome and granting a bye to someone that didn’t see the front all day? Yes, it appears so. Coming to take...Show More Summary

What Did We Learn at Chicagoland Speedway?

  There were some great teaching moments to come out of this weekend’s kickoff to the Chase for the Sprint Cup Series Championship at Chicagoland Speedway – most notably DeLana Harvick doesn’t put up with any crap. Following the race,...Show More Summary

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