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Noah Gragson Seeks ‘Bounce-Back’ Performance at Mid-Ohio

The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Ohio on Saturday, June 5, for the B&L Transport 170. JR Motorsports driver Noah Gragson will use the trip to bounce back from two consecutive DNF’s. If he can achieve this goal, the driver of the No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro will punch his ticket to the playoffs while simultaneously securing the first road course win of his Xfinity Series career.
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Mechanical Issue Sends Noah Gragson to Garage Early at COTA

The NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers headed onto Circuit of the Americas on Saturday, May 22, for the first-ever trip around the road course. JR Motorsports driver Noah Gragson had the goal of securing his first checkered flag of the season, but a major mechanical issue disrupted his day. He slid around one of the turns at the very end of Stage 1 while flames spewed out from under his No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro.
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Noah Gragson and JR Motorsports Can Breathe a Sigh of Relief After Winning Their $100,000 Battle Against NASCAR

Noah Gragson has gone through a whirlwind of emotions over the past week. The JR Motorsports driver was thrilled when he finished in fourth place in Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Darlington Speedway, earning him the $100,000 Dash 4 Cash bonus in the process. But shortly after the dust settled at Darlington, Gragson saw his $100,000 bonus disappear when his No. 9 Chevrolet failed postrace inspection.

NASCAR Makes Final Decision on Noah Gragson Penalty

Wednesday afternoon, JR Motorsports appealed a penalty handed down to Noah Gragson and the No. 9 team after the Darlington race. The organization presented its case to the Final Appeal Officer and received a ruling. The officer decided to overturn the disqualification that relegated Gragson to 40th place. Following the...
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JR Motorsports to appeal Noah Gragson penalty

The penalty cost the team a 4th place run and $100,000 after Darlington Raceway. On Saturday, the NASCAR Xfinity Series ran at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. The Steakhouse Elite 200 was the annual throwback race for the division. Gragson’s 4th place won handed him the Dash 4 Cash bonus....
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Moments After Elation, Noah Gragson Receives Devastating News at Darlington When He Learns His Team Committed $100,000 Mistake

When JR Motorsports driver Noah Gragson reflects on the 2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series season, he’s going to have a few what-ifs to think about. Saturday at Darlington will be one of them, and he’ll remember the Throwback Weekend for all the wrong reasons, specifically, how his team committed a major mistake that cost him $100,000.

Noah Gragson DQ'd from Xfinity race, loses $100,000 bonus

Gragson finished fourth in Saturday’s race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway but was the highest finishing driver among the four eligible for the Dash 4 Cash bonus. Gragson had won the previous two bonuses, collecting $200,000. With the disqualification, Gragson receives last-place points, must forfeit the bonus and bonus is awarded...
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Noah Gragson disqualified after Darlington Raceway

The JR Motorsports No. 9 machine has failed post-race tech inspection at Darlington Raceway. On Saturday afternoon, Darlington Raceway hosted the NASCAR Xfinity Series. The 1.366-mile track also offered bonus money for four drivers in the field on top of the regular purse money. Noah Gragson, AJ Allmendinger, Jeb Burton...

Checks out: Noah Gragson registers second Dash 4 Cash bonus at Talladega

Noah Gragson is 2-for-2 in collecting $100,000 Dash 4 Cash bonuses in this year’s edition of the NASCAR Xfinity Series initiative. He’s also a perfect 2-for-2 in somehow losing the giant display checks with his name on them. Gragson finished sixth in Saturday’s Ag-Pro 300 at Talladega Superspeedway, outdistancing three...
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Noah Gragson details unique plans for the $100,000 bonus

NASCAR driver Noah Gragson won the $100,000 bonus after Martinsville Speedway. On Sunday, the NASCAR Xfinity Series took the flag at Martinsville Speedway. The half-mile oval concluded with a first time winner and even a fight. The race was also a Dash 4 Cash race. Four drivers were eligible to...
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Endorses Noah Gragson Fighting in Atlanta But Disappointed in Him for a Couple of Other Reasons

As co-owner of JR Motorsports, Dale Earnhardt Jr. understands a part of his job includes managing his Xfinity Series drivers and their different personalities. Early in the 2021 NASCAR season, Earnhardt has already had quite a bit to manage with multiple very public displays by a couple of his drivers that has drawn negative attention to the organization.

Zach’s Turn: Noah Gragson Pushing His Luck With Competitors

It’s no secret NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Noah Gragson doesn’t care about making enemies. So it should be no surprise yet another incident found its way to the JR Motorsports driver, this time following Saturday’s (March 20) EchoPark 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Daniel Hemric confronted Gragson on pit road after the race, triggering an altercation that eventually led to punches thrown between the two drivers and members of their pit crews.

NASCAR won't penalize Noah Gragson for nearly hitting Daniel Hemric's crew members on pit road

Noah Gragson has avoided punishment from NASCAR for his abrupt reversal into Daniel Hemric's pit stall during Saturday's Xfinity Series race at Atlanta. Gragson nearly hit crew members for Hemric's car when he was backing up to straighten his car out in his own pit stall. After the race, Hemric went after Gragson and the two drivers briefly tussled before the skirmish was broken up by others on pit road.