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Rob Kauffman moves resources from MWR to CGR

By AMANDA VINCENT Statements from NASCAR Sprint Cup Series organizations Michael Waltrip Racing and Chip Ganassi Racing on Thursday have confirmed that Rob Kauffman, the majority owner of MWR, is in the process of acquiring an ownership stake in CGR. “Rob Kauffman, co-owner of Michael Waltrip Racing, has agreed to buy an interest in Chip [...]

Premium Motorsports Docked for Indy Weight Loss

When is it a bad thing to lose weight? When it causes a caution in NASCAR. Timmy Hill’s No. 98 Premium Motorsports Sprint Cup team was penalized on Wednesday for such an infraction that occurred during practice for last weekend’s race...Show More Summary

NASCAR Xfinity Series at Iowa 2015: Full Schedule, Standings and Preview

With the Sprint Cup drivers at Pocono Raceway this weekend, Saturday night's U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway will be left completely to NASCAR 's Xfinity Series regulars in a race that could significantly impact the standings. Chris...Show More Summary

Random Recap: The 1991 Miller Genuine Draft 500

Welcome to Random Recaps, a weekly feature at From The Marbles. In this space, we'll recap a random race from the past at the track the where Sprint Cup Series is racing next.This week's race is the 1991 Miller Genuine Draft 500. And...Show More Summary

No 98 Sprint Cup team penalized after Indianapolis Motor Speedway

By AMANDA VINCENT The No. 98 Premier Motorsports team in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was penalized by NASCAR for an incident when Timmy Hill was driving the No. 98 in practice at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 24 in preparation for Sunday’s Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard, also known [...]

NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 15 After Indianapolis

Third verse, same as the first. I’m running out of ways to say how dominant Kyle Busch has been. He has now won three straight races and four of the last five. Busch is on a mission to win his way into the Chase and now sits only 23 points out of 30th place. On... The post NASCAR Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Top 15 After Indianapolis appeared first on Frontstretch.

2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Stock Watch: Week 21

Kyle Busch continues to taste the rainbow, winning his fourth (!) race in five trips around NASCAR’s circuit and his third in a row following the Brickyard 400. He's won on a road course, a mile course, a 1.5-mile track and a superspeedway. Can...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Complete Preview, Prediction for Windows 10 400 at Pocono

Whether you’re a fan of his or not, you’re witnessing history as Kyle Busch continues his outstanding run. The younger Busch brother has won the last three Sprint Cup races and four of the last five. He’s only 28 points out of 30th place...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Still Recovering Despite Success Behind the Wheel

If you have been following the Sprint Cup Series closely, you know that Kyle Busch has won four of the last five races in the series. Busch, who missed the first eleven races due to an injury, continues his hot streak going into the Pocono Raceway. Show More Summary

If NASCAR had the F1 points system, Kyle Busch is in the top 10

There would be no concerns for Kyle Busch's Chase eligibility if NASCAR used Formula 1's points system. After winning his fourth race of the last five races in Sunday's Brickyard 400, Busch is tied for the Sprint Cup lead in wins with Jimmie Johnson. Show More Summary

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in NASCAR: Pocono Edition

I’m not ready to say that Indy got its Sprint Cup swagger back just yet, but at least Sunday’s race at the famed 2.5-mile oval was a step in the right direction. Certainly, the different rules package had to help there again. But meanwhile,...Show More Summary

Couch Potato Tuesday: NBC Knows How To Explain NASCAR

Welcome back, race fans. This past weekend saw the Sprint Cup and XFINITY Series travel to Indianapolis to race on the infamous 2.5 mile oval. Rule changes and heat were the name of the game. Crown Royal presents the Jeff Kyle 400 On...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch adds to win tally at Indianapolis

By AMANDA VINCENT Kyle Busch continued his march toward the top-30 of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship points standings after missing the first 11 races of the year with a win Sunday in the Crown Royal Presents the Jeff Kyle 400 at the Brickyard, also known as the Brickyard 400, at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. [...]

Kyle Busch Nails Late Restart to Win First Brickyard 400

Still questioning if Kyle Busch can make his way into the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship? Well, the last three races should answer the question. A green-white-checkered restart set up a dash between Busch and Joey Logano with the No. Show More Summary

Logano Delivers A Real Life Ricky Bobbyism After Losing At Indianapolis

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NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Joey Logano is tired of being second. Remember “If you ain’t first, you’re last?” I’m pretty sure that’s a good summary of what Logano had to say after today’s Brickyard 400. Read more...

Refocused, More Mature Kyle Busch a Serious Threat for Sprint Cup Championship

It’s amazing to be writing this. Kyle Busch seems self-actualized. He is fulfilling his potential. His head is on straight. Given past escapades, it’s akin to the Tea Party embracing Al Sharpton. Or vice-versa. The story now is, what...Show More Summary

Fantasy NASCAR Picks for Windows 10 400 at Pocono

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Long Pond, Pennsylvania, this week for the Windows 10 400. Pocono is a 2.5-mile track with relatively flat corners. Known as the Tricky Triangle, the track is very difficult for teams to find the perfect setups for their cars. Show More Summary

Sprint Cup Chase 2015: NASCAR Standings and Schedule After Brickyard 400

Kyle Busch made it three in a row Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, surviving a wild green-white-checkered finish at the Brickyard 400 to once again rattle NASCAR's 2015 Sprint Cup Chase. NASCAR captured the epic finish: It's another...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Wins His First Brickyard 400

Kyle Busch is on a roll and there isn’t a driver on the NASCAR Sprint Cup series circuit that can stop him. Busch won his first Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, his third win in a row and fourth win in the last five races. The win comes after he won Kyle Busch Wins His First Brickyard 400 is an article from: The Inquisitr News

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