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I just paid $240. to keep NN going for another yr,,,plus the $20 for the domain name, coming due soon. no donations to the site in a very long time, this will probably be our last year. Enjoy.
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Watch it here: https://www.americantrucks.com/thehaul-december-2021.html
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According to a copy of the 2021 Cup Schedule obtained by Motorsport.com, with a majority of the dates independently confirmed, the Cup Series will see more road racing, less races on intermediate tracks and its first race since 1970 on dirt.
The copy of the schedule obtained is the most recent distributed but is not final.
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Chase Elliott was able to get a jump on Brad Keselowski on the final restart and easily stayed ahead of Kyle Busch over the final 11 laps to win Wednesday night’s NASCAR All-Star Race and claimed the $1 million winner’s purse.
“I can’t believe it. What a better night to have fans back than tonight - y’all are awesome," Elliott said. "There’s…Continue
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NASCAR announced the next installment of the rebuilt 2020 schedule on Wednesday, a 19-race update that begins at Michigan International Speedway on the second weekend in August and ends at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway on Aug. 30.
The final breakdown: six points-paying NASCAR Cup Series races, five NASCAR Xfinity Series races, four…Continue
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New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s Aug. 2 Cup race will have fans in attendance, the track announced Thursday.
The permitting of fans is part of a “comprehensive action plan” approved by New Hampshire Gov. Christopher Sununu. The Aug. 2 race is the last official race date NASCAR has made public as part of…Continue
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The pull down rope on Bubba Wallace's garage stall door, fashioned in a way that resembles a noose, led NASCAR to investigate the incident and involve the FBI.
The following is a joint statement from U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town and FBI Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp Jr. regarding the incident and their investigation:…Continue
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NASCAR officials released information Tuesday about starting lineup and pit-selection procedures, plus a modified competition caution process to allow for more wide-ranging adjustments for upcoming events scheduled without practice or qualifying.
Three of the next four events on the revised NASCAR Cup Series schedule will be held without Busch Pole…Continue
With Thanksgiving now behind us, it’s time to start thinking about the 2020 NASCAR seasons, right?
Well, okay, we still have Christmas and New Years Eve/Day first, but it’s never too early to start thinking about how the 2020 NASCAR seasons in Cup, Xfinity and Gander RV & Outdoors Trucks series look like.
There will be some…Continue
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The manufacturer announced Thursday that its teams in the Cup Series in 2020 will field the Camaro ZL1 1LE, which it calls the “fastest, most track-capable production Camaro ever.”
“The ZL1 1LE is the highest performer within the Camaro production-car lineup,” said Jim Campbell, Chevrolet’s U.S. vice president…Continue
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Denny Hamlin led the way on the restart to the second overtime and quickly put some distance between himself and Elliott.
After taking the white flag, Elliott tried furiously to get alongside Hamlin by Hamlin edged him by 0.128 seconds to win Sunday’s Hollywood 400.
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