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Carl Edwards bumps Kyle Busch out of the way for Richmond win

RICHMOND, Virginia – Joe Gibbs Racing is proving that there are no team orders at the end of races as Carl Edwards bumped teammate Kyle Busch out of the way in turns 3 and 4 on the final lap of Sunday's race at Richmond for his second consecutive win of 2016. Edwards had the best car over a long run during Sunday's race. Show More Summary

Tony Stewart considers his fine payment 'well-invested'

RICHMOND, Virginia – Tony Stewart doesn't seem too deterred by the $35,000 fine NASCAR levied against him on Thursday. Stewart, who was interviewed at his car before Sunday's race by Fox Sports 1, said he considered his fine for (likely) speaking out against NASCAR's lug nut rules "well-invested. Show More Summary

Torrence, DeJoria, Anderson and Krawiec Top Charts for 4-Wide Nationals

Top Fuel driver Steve Torrence got his 4-Wide weekend off to a strong start, topping the one and only qualifying session on a rainy Friday and holding on through two rounds on a sunny and warm Saturday to take home No. 1 qualifier honors for the NHRA’s most unique event of the season. Show More Summary

Off the Wall With: Landon Cassill

We’re back for season two of Off the Wall With… and we’ve got five brand-new questions for your favorite racing personalities!  This week: Sprint Cup Series veteran Landon Cassill What was your first race car and what number was it? Landon Cassill: It was a go-kart, and it was No. 6. I had it painted … The post Off the Wall With: Landon Cassill appeared first on Frontstretch.

2016 Frontstretch Cup: Staff Predictions for the Toyota Owners 400

Welcome to our ninth year of staff predictions! Each week, our experts attempt to tell you who the winner of each Cup race will be. Take a look to see who your favorite writers think will win it all (or at least score some points) this...Show More Summary

XFINITY Breakdown: Earnhardt Jr. Makes Mincemeat Of Richmond Competition

JR Motorsports earned its second victory of the 2016 XFINITY Series season, courtesy of the team owner himself.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. held off a last lap charge from Ty Dillon and claimed the checkered flag in the ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond...Show More Summary

Cole Custer Impresses in XFINITY Debut

With a slick and smooth JR Motorsports paint scheme for Cole Custer, the 18-year-old drove the same way in Saturday’s Toyotacare 250 at Richmond as he came home with a sixth-place finish in his XFINITY Series debut. “It went great,” Custer said. Show More Summary

Jeffrey Earnhardt Excited For Richmond Return

For the first time in Jeffrey Earnhardt’s Sprint Cup Series career, he will unload into a race track with prior series experience. Last September, the 26-year-old grandson of Dale Earnhardt, Sr. made his Sprint Cup debut at Richmond International Raceway for Go FAS Racing. Show More Summary

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Dominates Richmond Toward 24th XFINITY Win

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was the man in charge for Saturday’s Toyotacare 250 at Richmond International Raceway as he led 128 of 149 laps en route to victory. The win for Earnhardt his is first in the XFINITY Series in nearly six years and his fourth at Richmond. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson Wins Happy Hour in Richmond

Jimmie Johnson led the way in final practice for Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway. In a session that saw all 40 cars take times on the 0.75-mile track, Johnson trumped them all with a lap time of 22.342 seconds [120.849 mph]. Show More Summary

Takuma Sato Paces Rainy IndyCar Practice at Barber

How’s this for a change of pace: the rainy second practice for Sunday’s Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama was led by three Hondas. A.J. Fort Racing’s Takuma Sato (1:07.2157) and Jack Hawksworth (1:07.2197) led the way with near-identical...Show More Summary

Sprint Cup Qualifying Rained Out, Kevin Harvick on Pole

Due to inclement weather throughout Friday at Richmond International Raceway, qualifying for the Sprint Cup Series has been cancelled, putting Kevin Harvick on pole for Sunday. Leading the way in the one and only Friday practice session, Harvick will in return led the field to green per the rulebook for the Toyota Owners 400. Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick will start first after Richmond qualifying rained out

RICHMOND, Virginia – It was a good idea to post the fastest practice speed during Friday practice, Kevin Harvick. It means you're starting first for Sunday's race at Richmond. Rain wiped out Friday's scheduled qualifying session meaning...Show More Summary

NASCAR to evaluate current lug nut rules in wake of driver comments

RICHMOND, Virginia – Even though Tony Stewart was fined by NASCAR for saying he was mad at NASCAR for its current rules regarding lug nuts, his comments could help spur the sanctioning body make changes to the way it officiates tireShow More Summary

Patrick Carpentier to Return to Sprint Cup with Go FAS Racing

Patrick Carpentier will return to Sprint Cup Series competition this season at Sonoma Raceway and Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Go FAS Racing and its  No. 32 Ford. The 44-year-old Canadian last made a Sprint Cup start in 2011 at Kansas Speedway, finishing 30th for Frank Stoddard. Show More Summary

Sébastien Bourdais Paces Opening Barber Practice

In his first practice session with new sponsor Europa gracing his Chevrolet, Sébastien Bourdais led the way in the 75-minute opening practice for the Verizon IndyCar Series at Barber Motorsports Park. The KVSH Racing driver’s 1:07.3399...Show More Summary

Hamlin: Drivers Council statement a way to send message to NASCAR

RICHMOND, Virginia –Denny Hamlin reiterated Friday that the statement from the Drivers Council regarding Tony Stewart's fine from NASCAR was a signal of support for a driver's right to share his opinion. Stewart was fined $35,000 Thursday,...Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick Fastest As Practice Prematurely Ends At Richmond

Kevin Harvick was the fastest in the lone practice session at Richmond International Raceway on Friday after practice was shortened due to rain with a lap at 20.919 seconds (129.089 mph). Rain was close during most of the practice session but didn’t actually hit the track until 62 minutes into the 85 minute practice session. Show More Summary

Clint Bowyer: ‘You’ll See Better Runs Coming from Tony Stewart’

Though Clint Bowyer is still 10 months shy of his name being on the door of the Stewart-Haas Racing No. 14 Chevrolet for 2017, he is already looking after Tony Stewart and his future team. After missing the opening eight rounds of the...Show More Summary

NASCAR 101: Shades of Rich Bickle

Another driver came to mind when Matt DiBenedetto finished sixth at Bristol Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series last weekend, and that was even before his post-race interview. To recap, although chances are you’ve seen the stories or read the interviews by now: DiBenedetto, driver of the No. Show More Summary

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