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Daily NASCAR Fantasy: Drafting Your Michigan Lineup (FireKeepers Casino 400)

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to Michigan International Speedway on June 12th for the FireKeepers Casino 400. NASCAR has implemented a new low downforce package for this weekends’ race, which will test each and every driver’s skill around the fast two-mile track. Show More Summary

Byron Holds Off Abreu, Crafton In Texas Truck Thriller

William Byron won his second Camping World Truck Series race of the season after getting around a dominant Matt Crafton with just five laps to go. Crafton had led 133 laps of the 167-lap race before being passed by the 18-year-old Byron. Show More Summary

CRG, LLC Returns Nissan to IMSA’s CTSC

On Friday, IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge team CRG, LLC announced that they will be switching their No. 44 entry for drivers Sarah Cattaneo and Owen Trinkler from a Honda Civic Si to a Nissan Altima Coupe in time for the next round at Watkins Glen. Show More Summary

Johnny Sauter On Pole For Friday Night Truck Race At Texas

Johnny Sauter completed a lap of 180.024 mph on Friday afternoon and won the pole for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Friday night. It’s the first pole for the Wisconsin driver since 2013, which also came at the June race at Texas. Show More Summary

Joey Logano wins pole at Michigan

Joey Logano will start on the front row for the second-straight week. Logano posted the fastest lap in the final two rounds of qualifying at Michigan on Friday and will start first for Sunday's race. Logano beat out Martin Truex Jr. and Tony Stewart for the top spot. Show More Summary

Logano Surges to FireKeepers Casino 400 Pole

In Ford’s backyard, it’ll be Joey Logano – in a blue oval – leading the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series to the green flag in the Irish Hills of Michigan. Logano topped the final round of NSCS qualifying with a 199.557 mph lap to top Coors Light...Show More Summary

John Hunter Nemechek Brings New Sponsor, More Experience to Texas

The 2016 season marks the first full year for John Hunter Nemechek, who will turn 19 on Saturday. Not yet old enough to compete full-time in 2015, the 18-year-old shared his ride with dad Joe until his 18th birthday. And it didn’t take...Show More Summary

Logano Paces Second Michigan XFINITY Practice

Team Penske’s No. 22 Ford has suffered a fair share of performance issues thus far in the 2016 NASCAR XFINITY Series season. However, if Friday’s second practice at Michigan International Speedway is any sign, the team may be getting things back on track. Show More Summary

Xfinity Series practice halted for groundhog on the track (Video)

A groundhog flummoxed Michigan International Speedway workers who tried to get it off the track during Xfinity Series practice Friday afternoon. The practice session was halted for the groundhog and track workers went to remove it. They chased it around the track for a bit and (temporarily) captured it. Show More Summary

Erik Jones Leads, Groundhog Steals the Show in Opening NXS Practice

Typically, when drivers lose track time during a practice session it’s due to rain or a crash. However, in Friday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series practice at Michigan International Speedway, Erik Jones topped a session cut short by a rogue groundhog. Show More Summary

Chase Elliott Tops Opening Practice at Michigan

Courtesy of a late 201.630 mph lap, rookie Chase Elliott led the way in opening practice at Michigan International Speedway. Elliott’s lap in the closing moments took the top spot from Martin Truex, Jr., who led the way for much of the session despite completing only nine laps. Show More Summary

Tech Talk: Tony Gibson Talks Communication, Downforce and Yaw

Tony Gibson’s No. 41 team celebrated yet another victory last Monday at Pocono when Kurt Busch stretched his fuel to the finish. However, it was a bittersweet moment for Gibson, because he was not able to celebrate with his team thanks...Show More Summary

Double Take: Michigan Success in June Doesn’t Lead to Cup Titles

Want to win the Sprint Cup championship this season? Don’t win this weekend at Michigan. That’s right – don’t win. Super counterintuitive, I know. Today’s NASCAR is all about winning. Win to make the Chase. Win to appease sponsors. Win to advance in the Chase. Show More Summary

Friday Face-off: Should NASCAR Lower the Boom?

NASCAR said that Brad Keselowski will not be further penalized for body modifications mare to the No. 2 car during a pit stop at Pocono last weekend.  Was the in-race penalty enough, or should NASCAR take further action on teams whoShow More Summary

4 Burning Questions: Can Tony Stewart Stop the Bleeding in Michigan?

Can Tony Stewart Get back on Track in Michigan? Tony Stewart’s final season of Sprint Cup competition has seen far too much smoke–and not the good kind–after his first six races in 2016. With the No. 14 hot off a hard crash at Pocono...Show More Summary

NASCAR 101: 3 Up-and-Coming Drivers Making NASCAR Debuts in 2016

On Wednesday, Richard Childress Racing revealed more of its stable for the 2016 NASCAR XFINITY Series season, particularly its drivers for the standalone races that are not contested at the same track on the same weekend as the Sprint Cup Series. Show More Summary

NASCAR Officials Experience Travel Woes on the Way to Texas

The Camping World Truck Series made a last-minute practice schedule change on Thursday due to NASCAR officials experiencing travel issues on the way to Texas Motor Speedway. One of three scheduled practice sessions is cancelled due to...Show More Summary

Rookies and Veterans Fast in Truck Series Practices at Texas

After having the first of three practice sessions postponed due to NASCAR officials not being on the premises, the Camping World Truck Series finally got on track Thursday evening. It was a mixture of youth and experience that laid down quick laps in each session. Show More Summary

Chip Ganassi Labels NASCAR’s Lug Nut Policy “Silly”

With the one-race suspension of team crew chief Chad Johnston, Chip Ganassi, co-owner of Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates said that the “whole lug nut thing is a silly thing” while calling into SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on Wednesday evening. Show More Summary

Kyle Larson's crew chief suspended for Michigan race

Your browser does not support iframes. Another week, another lug nut penalty. Kyle Larson's crew chief Chad Johnston is suspended for Sunday's race at Michigan and was fined $20,000 fo violating Sections 12-1; 10.11.3.4 a; 12.5.3.4.1 p of the NASCAR rule book. Show More Summary

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