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Brad Keselowski saves enough fuel to win at Kentucky

Your browser does not support iframes. Brad Keselowski won a week ago at Daytona through pure domination. Saturday night at Kentucky, he won thanks to a nifty strategy ploy. The race’s final caution came on lap 194 of 267 as teams were on the precipice of making it to the race’s 400-mile distance on one more pit stop. Show More Summary

What drivers expect for Saturday night's Kentucky race

Kentucky Speedway was repaved after the 2015 race (Getty).   There’s very little history to rely on this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. The track has been repaved since last year’s race and the Sprint Cup Series is running the lower-downforce rules it’s only run once this year (Michigan). Show More Summary

Kentucky qualifying canceled; Kevin Harvick will start first

Kevin Harvick didn’t have to qualify to start first (Getty).   Midday rain meant the cancellation of Friday’s Sprint Cup qualifying session at Kentucky. Kentucky Speedway is hosting its first race after the track was repaved and the rain washed out practice time on Friday. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Qualifying coverage and the new NASCAR video game

Daytona winner Brad Keselowski during Thursday’s practice (Getty).   It’s time for Happy Hour. As always, tweet us your thoughts or shoot us an email at happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com if you want to participate. Fair warning, NASCAR fans. Show More Summary

Darrell Wallace fined $15K for post-race 'muppets' officiating tweet

Darrell Wallace is $15,000 poorer after NASCAR’s fine (Getty). Xfinity Series driver Darrell Wallace expressed his unhappiness with NASCAR’s officiating at the end of Friday night’s race at Daytona. That expression has cost him $15,000. Show More Summary

Power Rankings: Brad Keselowski gets No. 1

Maybe Keselowski’s saying it’s A-OK to be No. 1? (Getty) 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 happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com and we’ll try to have some fun.   1. Show More Summary

Nico Rosberg's block of Lewis Hamilton backfires on last lap

Nico Rosberg couldn’t block Lewis Hamilton on the final lap (Getty).   Nico Rosberg didn’t want his teammate to pass him on the last lap. Lewis Hamilton ended up completing the pass and Rosberg missed out on a top-three finish because of his actions. Show More Summary

Quick Takeaways from Daytona: Tony Stewart's in the top 30

Tony Stewart finished 26th at Daytona Saturday (AP).   Throughout 2016 we may have way too many quick thoughts for our post-race posts. So consider our Takeaways feature to be the home of our random and sometimes intelligent musings....Show More Summary

22-car wreck takes out host of contenders at Daytona

Your browser does not support iframes. The Big One happened just past halfway during Saturday night’s Sprint Cup Series race at Daytona. Jamie McMurray appeared to get loose after making contact with his teammate Kyle Larson. McMurray...Show More Summary

Almirola wins Xfinity race thanks to NASCAR's ill-timed caution decision

Almirola (No. 98) was declared the winner of Friday’s race (Getty).   When you have a choice between two options, it’s not often that the best choice is to go halfway between them. NASCAR went halfway at the end of Friday night’s Xfinity Series race. Show More Summary

Greg Biffle wins pole for Daytona

Greg Biffle hasn’t started first since 2012 (Getty).   Greg Biffle will start first Saturday night at the site of his first Sprint Cup Series win. Biffle ran the fastest lap in the first and second rounds of qualifying Friday at Daytona and will start with former teammate Carl Edwards on the front row. Show More Summary

Junior: Points position through first 16 races 'very frustrating'

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is currently 12th in the standings (Getty).   Dale Earnhardt Jr. doesn’t think his points position is reflective of how good his team has been throughout the first 16 races of 2016. “We are a little frustrated with how we ran through the month of May,” Junior said. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Paint schemes and finding a new 'throwback' race to watch

Matt Kenseth’s new-look DeWalt car (Getty).   It’s time for Happy Hour. As always, tweet us your thoughts or shoot us an email at happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com if you want to participate. DeWalt will sponsor Matt Kenseth for 15 races in 2017, upping its sponsorship of the 2003 champion. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart has sweet Dale Earnhardt helmet for Daytona

Tony Stewart’s final Daytona race is Saturday (Getty Images).   Tony Stewart is paying tribute to Dale Earnhardt in his final trip to Daytona International Speedway as a Sprint Cup Series driver. Stewart, who is retiring at the end of...Show More Summary

Spencer Gallagher and John Wes Townley fined for fight

Gallagher and Townley grappled Saturday night (NASCAR). Spencer Gallagher and John Wes Townley have been fined for their wrestling match during Saturday night’s Camping World Truck Series race at Gateway Motorsports Park. Townley, the instigator of the fight, was fined $15,000 while Gallagher was fined $12,500. Show More Summary

F1 chief: Azerbaijan circuit makes North America look bad

F1’s chief, Ecclestone, (R) likes his new race site. (Getty Images)   Bernie Ecclestone sure loves the site of Formula 1’s newest grand prix. Formula 1 is making its first trip to Azerbaijan for the European Grand Prix this weekend. The new track goes through the streets of the country’s capital, Baku. Show More Summary

NASCAR CEO Brian France not planning to attend GOP convention

Brian France isn’t planning to attend the GOP convention (AP).   Don’t expect to see NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France at the Republican National Convention. A spokesperson for the sanctioning body said Wednesday that France was not planning to be at the event, which begins July 18 in Cleveland. Show More Summary

Matt Tifft out indefinitely after discovery of brain tumor

Matt Tifft (R) at Talladega earlier this year.   Matt Tifft, who has made starts in the Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series, is sidelined indefinitely after doctors discovered a brain tumor. Joe Gibbs Racing, where the 20-year-old...Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski tests IndyCar at Road America

Brad Keselowski drove an IndyCar on Wednesday (Getty Images)   Even though he drove an IndyCar on Wednesday, Brad Keselowski has no plans on competing in one any time soon. Keselowski drove Simon Pagenaud’s No. 22 Team Penske IndyCar for a bit Wednesday afternoon at Road America. Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski was PUMPED in Victory Lane!

We have gathered the best commentary on the video of Brad Keselowski. Jake Crofford Not a fan of Brad by any means, but he dominated the race. It’s extremely difficult to be up front the entire race, especially at restrictor plate tracks, and that’s exactly what he did. Coming from a Gordon fan, Brad Keselowski earned

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