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Matt Kenseth wins pole at Bristol

Matt Kenseth's streak of fast cars at Bristol is continuing. Kenseth won his second career pole at the half-mile track on Friday, beating out Brad Keselowski for the top spot. While Kenseth's last pole came in 2005, he's been very good at Bristol in recent years, even if his finishes don't completely show it. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth's son to run Xfinity race at Chicago for JGR

A second Kenseth will be in a car for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015. Ross Kenseth, the son of 2003 Sprint Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth, will drive the team's No. 20 car in the Xfinity Series race at Chicago on Saturday, June 20. "Ross has been working really hard to try to get a good opportunity," Matt Kenseth said Friday. Show More Summary

Charlotte to serve 6.5-lb burritos, 6-lb burgers at All-Star Race

The track that gave us the Funnel Bacakonator is back with some more crazy concessions. Charlotte Motor Speedway announced Friday that it will serve a 6.5-pound burrito and a six-pound burger during the All-Star Race weekend on May 15-16. Yes, those measurements are in pounds and not ounces. Show More Summary

Ryan Newman's points penalty reduced to 50 on appeal

Richard Childress Racing's appeal of penalties to Ryan Newman's No. 31 team at California netted the team a reduction in punishment. NASCAR initially penalized the No. 31 team 75 points for manipulating tires during the March 22 race. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: Bristol, Kyle and Brad and a doomsday prediction

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here and have a good time. As we typed this, the appeal for Richard Childress Racing's tire penalty at California was still ongoing. Show More Summary

Preview for NASCAR Weekend at Bristol

Bristol Motor Speedway will welcome NASCAR this weekend and it is set to be an exciting one. The Chase is looming ever nearer for the Sprint Cup racers and they will want to keep securing as many wins as they can (or a first in many cases) to help to secure their places. With the

Kyle Busch knew instantly his leg was broken after Daytona crash

Kyle Busch said there wasn't much trial and error involved when figuring out he had broken a leg and a foot in his grisly crash at Daytona in February. Here's part of his lengthy explanation of what happened during the Xfinity race.Show More Summary

Random Recap: The 2004 Food City 500

Welcome to Random Recaps, our new weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next. This week's race is the 2004 Food City 500. Need to know how Random Recap works? Click here. Show More Summary

Circle Sport Racing penalties reduced on appeal

Circle Sport Racing appealed its penalty from California to NASCAR's appeals panel on Tuesday and got its penalties reduced. After the race, Circle Sport was assessed a P4 level penalty. The problem was with inappropriate mounting of the truck trailing arm on the No. Show More Summary

Power Rankings: The Texas top 2 is reversed

Our Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. In fact, it's the perfect blend of analytics and bias against your favorite driver. And you think we dislike your favorite driver, so it makes sense, right? Direct all your complaints to us at happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com. 1. Show More Summary

Jimmie Johnson Wins NASCAR Sprint Cup Race at Texas

It was an exciting finish to the Texas Sprint Cup race this weekend. Jimmie Johnson chased Jammie McMurray and Kevin Harvick up until there were 14 laps left when he managed to get past Harvick and then McMurray in one corner so that he could win. He retained that lead for the rest of the

Texas Motor Speedway Welcomes NASCAR This Weekend

It is the Duck Commander 500 this weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Series. American truck drivers will be celebrated this race weekend. There will be some videos highlighting haulers but also Tony Stewart will have his No.14 car painted with Rush Truck Centres on the bonnet as his primary sponsor and Mobil Delvac 1 logos

Danica Patrick: I'd say yes if Ricky Stenhouse proposed

If Ricky Stenhouse Jr. popped the question to Danica Patrick, he's not going to get a "no" answer. In a taped interview with Darrell Waltrip during Fox's prerace coverage of Saturday's Sprint Cup Series race at Texas, Waltrip asked about the answer to a possible proposal. Show More Summary

NASCAR Film Coming Out Called Racer’s Heart

Posse Films have announced that they will be making a film about a legendary NASCAR driver. The film will be caller ‘Racer’s Heart’ and it will be focussed around Bobby Allison who was a NASCAR pioneer and is also in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The film company will be working with the Allison family

Jimmie Johnson wins at Texas

Your browser does not support iframes. Jimmie Johnson capitalized on a four-tire pit stop and stormed to the lead to win Saturday night's Duck Commander 500 at Texas. On the race's final restart with 20 laps to go, the top three cars – Jamie McMurray, Jeff Gordon and Martin Truex Jr. – all had taken two tires. Show More Summary

Kurt Busch wins second pole of the season at Texas

Friday was a good day to be a Hendrick-powered Chevy. Kurt Busch won the pole for Saturday's Sprint Cup Series race at Texas as three Hendrick Motorsports cars, three Stewart-Haas Racing cars and both Chip Ganassi Racing cars made the final round of 12 during qualifying. It's Busch's second pole of the year. Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon is an advocate for a consistent pit road speed limit

Jeff Gordon has a novel idea for pit road: a consistent speed limit. NASCAR pit roads have a posted speed limit, but the limit is enforced via timing lines. Pit road is divided into multiple timing segments and the time it would take...Show More Summary

Kasey Kahne credits Keith Rodden with early season success

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Kasey Kahne has little hesitation when asked what's sparked his team's improved pace in 2015. "(Crew chief) Keith Rodden and just how he's kind of prepared the cars, got the cars back to where they need to be... we're...Show More Summary

Kevin Harvick visits Masters, offers up support for playing friend

AUGUSTA, Ga. - At any race track, Kevin Harvick can't walk anywhere without running a gauntlet of fans looking for his autograph. But at Augusta National Golf Club on Thursday, Harvick was just a dude in a golf shirt, easily blending in with the thousands of other dudes in golf shirts. Show More Summary

Happy Hour: RCR's appeal, the All-Star Race and more

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here and have a good time. Richard Childress Racing released a statement Thursday about its appeal of the penalties levied towards the No. Show More Summary

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