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NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus remains with Hendrick Motorsports through at least 2020

NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus remains with Hendrick Motorsports through at least 2020

By AMANDA VINCENT Chad Knaus recently signed a contract extension to remain a crew chief at Hendrick Motorsports. The extension that keeps Knaus at HMS at least through the 2020 season puts Knaus’ new contract length in line with that of Jimmie Johnson, who signed a three-year extension at the end of 2017 to remain as an HMS driver in the
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NASCAR Cup: Martin Truex Jr. dominates, wins at Kentucky

NASCAR Cup: Martin Truex Jr. dominates, wins at Kentucky

By AMANDA VINCENT Martin Truex Jr.’s post-race celebration after his latest Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta on Saturday night was eventful. As he climbed from his car at the start finish line to grab the checkered flag, his car rolled, un-piloted, into the infield grass. Then, came his drive to victory lane. “How long ago was
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NASCAR Xfinity: Christopher Bell wins at Kentucky

NASCAR Xfinity: Christopher Bell wins at Kentucky

By AMANDA VINCENT Christopher Bell passed Justin Allgaier on lap 184 of the 200-lap Alsco 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta on Friday night and led the remaining 17 laps en route to his third-career series win, his second of 2018. Allgaier fell back to fourth by the checkered flag after leading 32 of the final 50 laps.
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NASCAR Cup: Martin Truex Jr. claims fourth pole of 2018 at Kentucky

NASCAR Cup: Martin Truex Jr. claims fourth pole of 2018 at Kentucky

By AMANDA VINCENT Martin Truex Jr. claimed his fourth pole of 2018, 19 races into the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Friday evening when he turned in a 28.588-second/188.890 lap in the third of three rounds of qualifying at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta for Saturday night’s Quaker State 400. It’s his first-career pole at Kentucky. “Turn three, man, that sucker will
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NASCAR Truck: Ben Rhodes wins in Kentucky

NASCAR Truck: Ben Rhodes wins in Kentucky

By AMANDA VINCENT Ben Rhodes claimed his second-career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win, his first of 2018, in his home state of Kentucky Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway in the Buckle Up in Your Truck 225. The win was the first for Ford in Truck Series competition at Kentucky since 2003 when Carl Edwards won in a Roush Fenway Raing
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Analyzing NASCAR’s ruling on Justin Haley pass at Daytona

Analyzing NASCAR’s ruling on Justin Haley pass at Daytona

Section 10.8.3 of the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series rule book states, “NASCAR defines beneath the double-yellow lines as follows: when the vehicle’s left-side tires are beneath the left line of the inside double-yellow lines that separate the apron from the racing surface while passing another vehicle.” At Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway and Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, it is against NASCAR rules for a driver to advance his position in the running order by going below the double-yellow line.

That aforementioned rule was at the center of controversy at the end of the Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 at Daytona on Friday night. Justin Haley took the checkered flag first, but Kyle Larson was declared the winner after NASCAR officials determined that Haley went below the yellow line to make his last-lap pass for the potential win. In the days since, competitors, fans and [...]

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NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus remains with Hendrick Motorsports through at least 2020

NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus remains with Hendrick Motorsports through at least 2020

By AMANDA VINCENT Chad Knaus recently signed a contract extension to remain a crew chief at Hendrick Motorsports. The extension that keeps Knaus at HMS at least…

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NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus remains with Hendrick Motorsports through at least 2020

NASCAR Cup: Chad Knaus remains with Hendrick Motorsports through at least 2020

By AMANDA VINCENT Chad Knaus recently signed a contract extension to remain a crew chief at Hendrick Motorsports. The extension that keeps Knaus at HMS at least…

Blog by Amanda Vincent

Analyzing NASCAR’s ruling on Justin Haley pass at Daytona

Analyzing NASCAR’s ruling on Justin Haley pass at Daytona

Section 10.8.3 of the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series rule book states, “NASCAR defines beneath the double-yellow lines as follows: when the vehicle’s left-side tires are beneath the…

Blog by Amanda Vincent

Analyzing NASCAR’s ruling on Justin Haley pass at Daytona

Analyzing NASCAR’s ruling on Justin Haley pass at Daytona

Section 10.8.3 of the 2018 NASCAR Xfinity Series rule book states, “NASCAR defines beneath the double-yellow lines as follows: when the vehicle’s left-side tires are beneath the…