Tag "Austin Cindric"

Austin Cindric Holds On for 2022 Daytona 500 Win

Austin Cindric lost last year’s Xfinity Series Championship in brutal fashion. Losing out to Daniel Hemric on a last-lap pass just feet from the finish line.

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2022 NASCAR Cup Series Preview Part 1

With the Clash now in the books, all eyes are on Daytona Speedweeeks, and the upcoming Daytona 500. This of course is a huge year for NASCAR with the implementation of the Generation 7 car, which was delayed by a year due to COVID.

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NASCAR’s Coliseum Gamble was a Success

There was some skepticism when NASCAR announced that they would be moving ‘The Clash’ from Daytona to L.A. Coliseum. A race that has only ever been held at NASCAR’s premier track, moving to the west coast, and not even that, to a football stadium?

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NASCAR Clash at The Coliseum Preview

While the Daytona 500 is still a few weeks out, the unofficial start to the 2022 NASCAR tilt begins this weekend. ‘The Clash’, a preseason staple since 1979 is this weekend.

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Daniel Hemric wins 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship

What would you do for a win as a racecar driver? Daniel Hemric has had literal years to ponder over that question since he broke into NASCAR’s top three series.

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NASCAR Championship Weekend Preview: Trucks and Xfinity Series

Before the NASCAR Cup Series Championship can be decided, the two lower series must crown their own first. The Trucks and Xfinity Series respectively have been as about as different as imaginable.

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Brad Keselowski to Join Roush Fenway Racing

One of the bigger moves for next year’s NASCAR season is reportedly set in stone. After over a decade at Team Penske, 2012 Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski is now expected to move to Roush Fenway Racing.

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NASCAR DFS Money Train: Toyota Owners 400

For the second time this season, Gibbs driver Martin Truex Jr worked himself into victory lane. The winning pass would come on lap 485 when he overtook teammate Denny Hamlin. Hamlin himself would run one of the better races at Martinsville to his credit, leading 276 of 500 laps.

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NASCAR DFS: Virginia is for Racing Lovers 250

Only a week after Ross Chastain lost out on a chance at the win, after being matted up with A.J. Allmendinger on the last lap. It would indeed, happen again this past weekend at Darlington.

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NASCAR DFS Drydene 200

We now leave Daytona Beach and move north to Dover, Delaware, and the Infamous Monster Mile. The track is a one-mile concrete oval, with 24-degree banking in the turns and nine degrees banked straight away’s. This will be a doubleheader weekend after which there will be five more races until the Playoffs start.

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