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Dale Earnhardt Jr. scores front row start for racing return

Earnhardt retired from fulltime competition at the end of last season, but had an outstanding contract with Unilever for one race in a Hellmann’s car in the second-tier series in 2018. He opted for Richmond due to his previous success there, and its smooth track surface. Having only just scraped through the first round of qualifying, Earnhardt was fifth-fastest in the second round and then ... ... Keep reading...


Chase Elliott believes playoff field is "as strong as it’s ever been"

“The big thing I’ve noticed this year about the playoffs is that it didn’t seem like we had as many random winners throughout the season,” Elliott said Friday at Richmond (Va.) Raceway. “It seemed like the people who won, I thought were guys who have run pretty well throughout the year for the most part. So, your field of 16, to me, is probably as strong as it’s ever been since ... ... Keep reading...


Brad Keselowski tops Truex in final practice at Richmond

Keselowski, who is already locked in the playoffs’ second round thanks to his win last week at Las Vegas, posted the fastest average lap speed (120.224 mph) in the final practice session at Richmond (Va.) Raceway. Keselowski is the third driver this season to win three consecutive races. In 18 career Cup starts at Richmond, he owns one win – the 2014 fall race, when he also started on the ... ... Keep reading...


Kyle Busch leads first Cup practice at Richmond

Busch posted the fastest average lap speed of 121.190 mph at the very beginning of the 50-minute session. “Richmond is getting a little trickier, it seems like, just with the asphalt kind of getting older and the way the cars are. The consensus at Richmond is, of course, just trying to get your car to turn, but also having really good forward bite,” Busch said. “You have to be able to ... ... Keep reading...


Dale Jr. “got bored”, almost missed Xfinity practice on comeback

When Earnhardt announced his retirement from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of last season he said he’d honor commitments with his JR Motorsports organization in the Xfinity Series, and recently admitted “there’s a little itch to scratch” to get behind the wheel once again. He returned to the track at Richmond on Friday morning, his first NASCAR action since last season’s Cup ... ... Keep reading...


NASCAR Roundtable: Can Dale Jr. win in his racing return?

1. After a wild first playoff race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, why do you think the race was as crazy as it was Jim Utter: A large part of the outcome I believe can be attributed to a very hot and slick track, Unfortunately, the 100-degree heat kept a lot of fans away all weekend, or at least cut short their time at the track, but it made for some phenomenal racing. I also think the start of ... ... Keep reading...


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Dale Earnhardt Jr. scores front row start for racing return

Earnhardt retired from fulltime competition at the end of last season, but had an outstanding contract with Unilever for one race in a Hellmann’s car in the second-tier series in 2018. He opted for Richmond due to his previous success there, and its smooth track surface. Having only just scraped through the first round of qualifying, Earnhardt was fifth-fastest in the second round and then ... ... Keep reading...


Chase Elliott believes playoff field is "as strong as it’s ever been"

“The big thing I’ve noticed this year about the playoffs is that it didn’t seem like we had as many random winners throughout the season,” Elliott said Friday at Richmond (Va.) Raceway. “It seemed like the people who won, I thought were guys who have run pretty well throughout the year for the most part. So, your field of 16, to me, is probably as strong as it’s ever been since ... ... Keep reading...


Brad Keselowski tops Truex in final practice at Richmond

Keselowski, who is already locked in the playoffs’ second round thanks to his win last week at Las Vegas, posted the fastest average lap speed (120.224 mph) in the final practice session at Richmond (Va.) Raceway. Keselowski is the third driver this season to win three consecutive races. In 18 career Cup starts at Richmond, he owns one win – the 2014 fall race, when he also started on the ... ... Keep reading...


Kyle Busch leads first Cup practice at Richmond

Busch posted the fastest average lap speed of 121.190 mph at the very beginning of the 50-minute session. “Richmond is getting a little trickier, it seems like, just with the asphalt kind of getting older and the way the cars are. The consensus at Richmond is, of course, just trying to get your car to turn, but also having really good forward bite,” Busch said. “You have to be able to ... ... Keep reading...


Dale Jr. “got bored”, almost missed Xfinity practice on comeback

When Earnhardt announced his retirement from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of last season he said he’d honor commitments with his JR Motorsports organization in the Xfinity Series, and recently admitted “there’s a little itch to scratch” to get behind the wheel once again. He returned to the track at Richmond on Friday morning, his first NASCAR action since last season’s Cup ... ... Keep reading...


NASCAR Roundtable: Can Dale Jr. win in his racing return?

1. After a wild first playoff race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, why do you think the race was as crazy as it was Jim Utter: A large part of the outcome I believe can be attributed to a very hot and slick track, Unfortunately, the 100-degree heat kept a lot of fans away all weekend, or at least cut short their time at the track, but it made for some phenomenal racing. I also think the start of ... ... Keep reading...


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