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    The Odyssey of 2017 with Four Rounds to Go – Motorsports Tribune

    The 2017 Formula One season has been one of the more intense as fans have enjoyed a battle between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel, two well established titans of the past decade. However, with Ferrari’s recent struggles, all...

    Truex Jr. to be Sponsored by Bass Pro Shops, 5-Hour Energy in 2018 –...

    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor With Furniture Row Racing announcing that they would only be fielding one team in 2018, the big question was what would happen to the sponsorship from 5-Hour Energy currently on the team’s No. 77...

    Logano Drives Battered and Bruised Car to Talladega Top-Five – Motorsports Tribune

    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor In a car that looked more like it had just completed 500 miles at Martinsville than a race at Talladega, Joey Logano nearly pulled off the three-peat in the fall race at the track,...

    Winners and Losers from the Alabama 500 at Talladega – Motorsports Tribune

    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Each week NASCAR Editor David Morgan will break down who’s hot and who’s not after the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race weekend. Today, we break down the Alabama 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. WINNERS Brad Keselowski...

    Almirola Scores First Top-Five Since Returning from Injury – Motorsports Tribune

    By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer Surviving a race of attrition just to crash coming to the checkered flag may be dramatic, but it does not win you the race. Richard Petty Motorsports driver Aric Almirola did just that, finishing...

    Earnhardt Rides off into the Talladega Sunset with Seventh Place Finish – Motorsports Tribune

    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor It wasn’t the finish many in Junior Nation wished for at the start of the day, but after one of the wildest Talladega races in recent memory, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. finishes out his career...

    Last Lap Pass Gives Keselowski Victory in Wild Talladega Race – Motorsports Tribune

    By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service TALLADEGA, Ala. – On the Longest Day at Talladega—in a war of attrition that required three red flags and left 14 cars running at the finish—Brad Keselowski powered his No. 2 Team Penske Ford...

    Talladega Marks the End of the Playoff Road for Briscoe, Grala – Motorsports Tribune

    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor It’s the end of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Playoff road for Chase Briscoe and Kaz Grala at Talladega as they found themselves on the outside looking in at the conclusion of Saturday’s...

    Snider Survives to Finish Third at Talladega – Motorsports Tribune

    By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer Attrition always seems to be the name of the game at Talladega Superspeedway. Saturday’s fred’s 250 powered by Coca-Cola was no different. One driver who survived the mayhem was Kyle Busch Motorsports’ Myatt Snider. Being...

    A Day of Career-Best Finishes at Talladega – Motorsports Tribune

    By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer It is often said that Talladega Superspeedway levels the playing field for those who compete on the 2.66-mile. The fred’s 250 powered by Coca-Cola was no different for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series...

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    The Patriotic Millennial Racer – Motorsports Tribune

    By Christopher DeHarde, IndyCar & Road to Indy Writer “It’s hard to live, guys, it’s hard.  Life is expensive.  Adulting is weird.” Those were the words...

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