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Alex Bowman replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr. in No. 88 car in 2018

Bowman has been doing tests for Hendrick Motorsports in 2017. (Getty) Hendrick Motorsports didn’t go outside the organization for Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s successor. The team said Thursday that Alex Bowman, 24, would take over for Junior in 2018 after Junior’s retirement following the 2017 season. Show More Summary

Amy Earnhardt on Junior racing in 2018 Clash: 'It's not worth the risk'

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is slated to retire later this year, but he’s said on multiple occasions that he’ll be back on the track, both for Xfinity races and perhaps for the occasional Daytona 500. But one race where fans won’t see JuniorShow More Summary

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Darlington car honors Busch Series titles

Earnhardt Jr. is currently 21st in the points standings. (Getty) Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s retro paint scheme at Darlington is a commemoration of his NASCAR championships. Tuesday, Junior unveiled the car that he’ll drive at Darlington for the final time on Sept. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth doesn't feel replacing Dale Earnhardt Jr. is an option in 2018

Matt Kenseth (R) and Clint Bowyer (L) are currently the last two drivers in the playoffs on points. (Getty) It’s logical to think Matt Kenseth could be a candidate to replace Dale Earnhardt Jr. in 2018. Kenseth, 45, is the best available...Show More Summary

NASCAR Power Rankings: Truex keeps the top spot after Hamlin's win

Welcome to Power Rankings. As always, Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. In fact, it’s the perfect blend of analytics and bias against your favorite driver. Direct all your complaints to us at nickbromberg@yahoo.com and we’ll try to have some fun. Show More Summary

Takeaways from New Hampshire: How much of an effect did sticky stuff have?

Your browser does not support iframes. Consider our Takeaways feature to be the home of our random and sometimes intelligent musings. Sometimes the post may have a theme. Sometimes it may just be a mess of unrelated thoughts. Make sure you tweet us your thoughts after the race or email your post-race rants via the link in the signature line below. Show More Summary

Joey Logano further on playoff brink after New Hampshire suspension issue

Your browser does not support iframes. Joey Logano’s chances of making the playoffs via points took a huge hit at New Hampshire on Sunday. Logano had to take his car to the garage after an apparent part failure in the rear suspension of the car caused the left-rear tire to rub against the body of the car. Show More Summary

Kyle Larson starts last, gets 7th second-place finish of 2017

Your browser does not support iframes. Kyle Larson went from the back of the field to the front for the second-straight week. Larson qualified first for Sunday’s race at New Hampshire. But his qualifying time was disallowed after his car failed post-qualifying inspection. Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin wins at New Hampshire

Your browser does not support iframes. Joe Gibbs Racing’s winless streak is over. Denny Hamlin held off a late charge from Kyle Larson to get the team’s first win of the season on Sunday at New Hampshire and virtually clinch a spot in the playoffs. Show More Summary

Explaining Kyle Larson's qualifying penalty

Your browser does not support iframes. Wondering how Kyle Larson’s car passed pre-qualifying inspection but failed post-qualifying inspection Friday at New Hampshire? Here’s your answer. Former crew chief and current NASCAR on NBC analyst...Show More Summary

There's sticky stuff on the track at New Hampshire

Dale Earnhardt Jr. drives through the top groove application of traction compound Friday. (Getty) The traction compound NASCAR has been experimenting with in 2017 has returned. New Hampshire Motor Speedway applied the sticky resin to...Show More Summary

Kyle Larson's inspection failure gives Martin Truex Jr. pole at New Hampshire

After finishing second to Martin Truex Jr. last week, Kyle Larson will start ahead of him on Sunday. (Getty) Kyle Larson and Martin Truex Jr. can’t escape each other. Unless inspection gets in the way. The two drivers at the top of the...Show More Summary

Logano: What led to Richmond penalty is not the reason for team's struggles

Joey Logano understands it is easy to think that his team’s dip in performance is associated with the penalty it received after he won at Richmond in April. He wants you to know it isn’t. “It is nothing from Richmond that would affect what happened,” Logano said. Show More Summary

Kyle Larson loses points lead after 35-point penalty from Kentucky race

Your browser does not support iframes. Three days after winning Saturday’s race at Kentucky, Martin Truex Jr. has the points lead. NASCAR penalized Kyle Larson 35 points on Wednesday and suspended his crew chief Chad Johnston for three races after the team’s car failed post-race inspection for an improper rear brake cooling assembly. Show More Summary

Halfway there: Stats and facts through the first 18 races of 2017

Martin Truex Jr. (R) got his third win of the season on Sunday at Kentucky. (Getty) Whoaaa, we’re halfway there. Through the 2017 season, that is. Here are a few facts and figures about the first half of the season so far. We tried to...Show More Summary

Aric Almirola returns to No. 43 car at New Hampshire

Aric Almirola is back from his back injury. Richard Petty Motorsports announced Wednesday that Almirola would resume driving the No. 43 car on Sunday at New Hampshire. Almirola has missed the previous seven races after suffering a fractured vertebra in a crash at Kansas Speedway. Show More Summary

Erik Jones will replace Matt Kenseth in No. 20 car in 2018

Jones (L) is 14th in the points standings. (Getty) Matt Kenseth’s replacement in the No. 20 at Joe Gibbs Racing isn’t much of a surprise. Joe Gibbs Racing said Tuesday that Erik Jones would take over the No. 20 car for Kenseth in 2018. Show More Summary

NASCAR Power Rankings: Martin Truex Jr. surges to the top

Welcome to Power Rankings. As always, Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. In fact, it’s the perfect blend of analytics and bias against your favorite driver. Direct all your complaints to us at nickbromberg@yahoo.com and we’ll try to have some fun. Show More Summary

Suit alleges Greg Biffle had cameras installed at house by Roush employee

Greg Biffle and ex-wife Nicole in 2014. (Getty) We now know why Roush Fenway Racing is named in a lawsuit that alleges Greg Biffle used hidden cameras to watch his ex-wife and her mother at the house he and his ex shared. Nicole Biffle...Show More Summary

Quick takeaways from Kentucky: Kyle Larson passed a ton of cars

Your browser does not support iframes. Consider our Takeaways feature to be the home of our random and sometimes intelligent musings. Sometimes the post may have a theme. Sometimes it may just be a mess of unrelated thoughts. Make sure...Show More Summary

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