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NASCAR: 3 possible landing spots for Ryan Preece in 2022

With JTG Daugherty Racing downsizing to one car for the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season, Ryan Preece is expected to be without a ride. Here are three possible options for him in 2022. With JTG Daugherty Racing’s confirmation that they will run only one car in the 2022 NASCAR Cup...
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'Shang-Chi' made this major NASCAR mistake

Disney's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" may be the most successful Labor Day premiere in Hollywood history, but its creators should have double checked the NASCAR history books before its release. In the blockbuster film, Simu Liu's titular character, who is also known as Shaun, and his...
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NASCAR Power Rankings: Win moves Denny Hamlin to No. 1

Denny Hamlin’s win in the playoff opener last weekend vaults him to the No. 1 spot in this week’s NBC Sports NASCAR Power Rankings. There’s much movement in this week’s rankings because of the emphasis on playoff results. Last weekend’s race at Darlington Raceway saw several playoff drivers have poor finishes, shuffling the top 10.
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NASCAR's Oldest Living Champion Just Hated Losing

It’s a winnable debate that Rex White is NASCAR’s second-most underappreciated Cup Series champion, trailing only 1950 champion the late Bill Rexford. But be warned. A closer look at White’s racing career reveals a highly successful and fiercely competitive driver who doesn’t fit into any “superstar” category except one: he hated losing more than almost anything in life.
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Power Rankings: Does Kurt Busch have Championship 4 potential?

16. Michael McDowell (--) Comment: McDowell had exactly the kind of race he didn't need at Darlington: one in which he did not finish. A 37th-place result has him in a deep hole, and with no career top 10s at Richmond in 20 starts, it's unlikely a rebound happens this weekend.
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NASCAR Stat Sheet: Denny Hamlin Delivers Darlington Victory

Darlington Raceway has always been unique. From its humble beginnings, way back in 1950, it had a unique length (1.366 miles) and egg-like shape all its own. Now, on a schedule peppered with wide tracks that allow full throttle cornering, its narrow surface and unforgiving walls are about as different as anything you’ll see in a Cup Series race.
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Playoff Pulse: Analyzing the field after Darlington

After the opening race of the Round of 16 in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs race, here’s a brief look at the playoff picture. There are two races remaining in the Round of 16 before the field is whittled to 12, with four drivers eliminated from the postseason following the Sept. 18 race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Pack mentality: Eight teams ready to draft in Next Gen test this week at Daytona

A new phase in the testing of NASCAR’s Next Gen car is due up this week, with a prime audition for the vehicle’s debut in the 2022 Daytona 500. Eight teams are scheduled to participate in a test for the NASCAR Cup Series’ new model Tuesday and Wednesday at Daytona International Speedway. The two-day session is the first for multiple Next Gen vehicles on a superspeedway and will help NASCAR officials and teams alike gather information about the car’s characteristics in a pack with the aerodynamic draft.
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NASCAR, I AM ATHLETE announce new content partnership

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (September 2, 2021) – Following a brief collaboration earlier this season, NASCAR and I AM ATHLETE, the fastest-growing, athlete-led media platform, today announced the launch of new content partnership focused on spotlighting the sport’s most interesting athletes, personalities and storylines. I AM ATHLETE – NASCAR will explore...
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NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs: 2021 staff predictions

The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs are officially here. The Round of 16 begins Sunday at Darlington Raceway with the Cook Out Southern 500 (6 p.m. ET on NBCSN/NBC Sports App, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio). So, the editorial staff at NASCAR.com has made postseason prediction. Each member picked the following: sleeper, surprise exit, Championship 4, pivotal non-title race, title pick and a random, bold prediction. Enjoy and come back Nov. 7 after the championship race at Phoenix Raceway.
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Waxahachie man looks to make name for himself on the track

For Merritt Sellers, his dream of reaching a NASCAR track is one of those “better late than never” things. The Waxahachie resident has dreams of racing for NASCAR and said he has most of his life. “When I was a kid growing up in Fort Worth, my dad would take...
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Corey LaJoie’s Darlington performance draws attention of NASCAR Hall of Famer

You know by now that Corey LaJoie’s whole mantra is “stacking pennies,” but on Sunday night at Darlington, he collected a “Mark.”. Consistently running in the top 10 in Sunday night’s Cook Out Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway before ultimately settling for 15th, the No. 7 Spire Motorsports driver earned some recognition from Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the NBC Sports broadcast, but Junior wasn’t the only NASCAR Hall of Famer to take notice.
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Bubble Watch: Who’s already in danger at Darlington?

After a win, nine top fives and 16 tops 10s so far this season, William Byron finds himself in the final spot in the top half of the Cup Series Playoffs field. Those below him? They have a bit more work to do. If the Round of 12 started today, these upcoming drivers would be the first four in and the last four out. Fortunately for each of the 16 playoff drivers, they control their own destiny in the hunt for a championship. Sunday's Cook Out Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway (6 p.m. ET, NBCSN/NBC Sports App, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) sets the tone for the races to come. Take a look at who's on the bubble.
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