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posted SEPTEMBER 22, 2017

Caledonian Record
Two More Races and the Four Drivers Lowest In Points Are Out by Bib Bigelow

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR's 'Tapegate' puts driver Chase Elliott in sticky situation by Joe Marusak and Mike Reader

Concord Monitor
No room for error as NASCAR Cup series playoffs swing through New Hampshire by Nick Stoico

Frontstretch
4 Burning Questions: How Memorable Will the Final Fall New Hampshire Race Be? by Michael Finley;
Double Take: 8 Key Stats for the Rest of 2017 by Sean Fesko;
NASCAR 101: 5 Drivers Who Could Take Advantage of XFINITY's Last Standalone Race of 2017 by Kevin Rutherford;
Friday Faceoff: How Will Kasey Kahne Fare in 2018? by Amy Henderson;
Tech Talk: Tires, Drive Off & Turning Are On Jason Ratcliff's Mind by Mike Neff

LASTCAR
Entry List Storylines: New Hampshire and Kentucky by Brock Beard

Motorsport
NASCAR Roundtable: Looking ahead in the playoffs and Silly Season 2018

NASCAR.com
JR Motorsports stable of drivers eye title for boss Dale Jr. by Allie Davison

NBC Sports
Did self-policing in NASCAR reach a new level of social media shaming after Chicagoland? by Nate Ryan

On Pit Road
Consistency of Manufacturers in NASCAR's Cup Series by Christian Koelle

Popular Speed
Despite Huge Numbers, No Guarantees for Martin Truex Jr. by Tom Jensen

Race Fans Forever
History Holds the Back Story ~ RPM by PattyKay Lilley

Speedway Media
Ben Rhodes Poised to Become 2017 Truck Series Champion and
Christopher Bell Hopes to Turn Strong Run into Championship at End of the Year by Briar Starr


posted SEPTEMBER 21, 2017

ESPN.com
Turn 4:
Turn 1: What do you think of Kasey Kahne going to the Leavine Family Racing car next year?
Turn 2: Will a non-playoff driver win in the final nine races? If so, who, and where?
Turn 3: What do you think of the Chase Elliott penalty?
Turn 4: What are you most looking forward to in the Xfinity or Truck Series playoffs?
by Ricky Craven, Ryan McGee, Bob Pockrass, and Matt Willis

Auto Racing Daily
Toyota advantage probably result of hard work, discovery by Amanda Vincent

Autoweek
Goodyear executive explains why option tire was not a hit at NASCAR All-Star Race by Matt Weaver

Daytona Beach News-Journal
NASCAR playoffs go by script, except for Busch brothers by Godwin Kelly

Fan4Racing
Truex and his Team Bring a Championship Mindset to NASCAR Playoffs by Sharon Burton

Florida Times-Union
First NASCAR playoff race filled with pit row blunders by Don Coble

Frontstretch
Happiness Is: The Drivers Edition by Huston Ladner;
2-Headed Monster: Will Leavine Family Racing Resurrect Kasey Kahne's Career? by Davey Segal and Michael Massie;
Eyes on XFINITY: JR Motorsports Overwhelming Favorites for Championship by Dustin Albino;
Truckin' Thursdays: 8 Drivers, 3 Rounds, 1 Championship by Beth Lunkenheimer;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR Forecast Powered by DraftKings: ISM Connect 300 Preview by Corey Brewer

JeffGluck.com
Social Spotlight with Jenna Fryer

LASTCAR
Part 2: Stories of the rarest number and Ted Christopher share ties with New England racing history by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
New Hampshire Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin;
Kyle Busch Looks for Rebound by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
C'mon NASCAR, cheaters shouldn't prosper -- at all by Lee Spencer;
Alex Bowman on moving to the No. 88: "I'm not Dale Earnhardt Jr." by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Throwback Thursday Theater - Newman Victorious Amid Loudon Playoff Madness and
Up to Speed - ISM Connect 300 at New Hampshire Preview by David Morgan

NASCAR.com
Ryan Reed acknowledges his Roush team facing uphill title battle by Kenny Bruce

NBC Sports
Wood Brothers playoff run could be worth $1 million to another Cup team and
Xfinity Series Spotlight: Playoff drivers share who they want to win title for and
Elliott Sadler, Brendan Gaughan relish 'messing up the bell curve' of Xfinity playoff drivers by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
McDowell Continues Despite Blurry Future by Christian Koelle

Popular Speed
Ashley asks...Chase Briscoe by Ashley McCubbin

Speedway Media
Hot 20 - They are getting suspended, hired, fired, and fired up heading to New Hampshire by Ron Thornton;
New Hampshire Motor Speedway-Did You Know? Playoff Edition by Angela Campbell;
Matt Crafton Eyeing Third Truck Series Championship and
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Preview-New Hampshire by Briar Starr

Stock Car Gazette
How NASCAR Safety Has Evolved Over the Years by Scott Huntington

Vegas Insider
Race and Championship odds
NASCAR Top-Five Finish Prediction
New Hampshire Race Preview by Micah Roberts


posted SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

ESPN.com
JR Motorsports juggernaut dominates Xfinity playoff conversation by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Kasey Kahne to stay in NASCAR and drive for Leavine in 2018;
Chase Elliott's NASCAR title chances take hit with penalty

Auto Racing Daily
Penalty for Chase Elliott's team not harsh enough by Amanda Vincent

Charlotte Observer
William Byron will join NASCAR Cup Series in 2018, but first he has a gut punch to avenge by Brendan Marks

Frontstretch
Did You Notice?: The Legend Of Allstate Kasey Kahne Lives On by Tom Bowles;
NASCAR Mailbox: Are The Playoffs Really the Best Way to Decide a Championship? by Samarth Kanal;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Chicagoland by Frank Velat;
Matt DiBenedetto Attempting to Bring More Personality to NASCAR by Joseph Wolkin;
The Frontstretch 5: Legendary, Silly & Just Kind of Screwed by Amy Henderson

JeffGluck.com
News Analysis: Chase Elliott docked 15 points, Alan Gustafson suspended for spoiler modification and
News Analysis: Kasey Kahne to drive Leavine Family Racing's No. 95 car

Kickin' The Tires
Kaulig Racing looking at moving forward to future by Caleb Whisler

Motor Racing Network
Rivalries Welcome by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Chase Elliott's runner-up finish at Chicagoland deemed encumbered by Nick DeGroot;
Tony Stewart on uncertain driver lineup for 2018: "We're working on it" and
Johnny Sauter: Mess with the bull and you get the horns and
Kasey Kahne lands ride for 2018 with Leavine Family Racing by Lee Spencer

NASCAR.com
On racing and recovery, Sherry Pollex - can-do warrior against cancer - opens up by Holly Cain

NBC Sports
Here's your primer for Week 2 of the NASCAR Cup playoffs: New Hampshire and
Who's Hot and Who's Not heading to New Hampshire by Jerry Bonkowski;
Kasey Kahne: New partnership with Leavine Family Racing 'makes a lot of sense' and
Kasey Kahne: New partnership with Leavine Family Racing 'makes a lot of sense' and
Brendan Gaughan among Xfinity playoff drivers unsure of 2018 plans by Daniel McFadin;
NASCAR penalizes Chase Elliott's team for Chicago infraction by Dustin Long

On Pit Road
NASCAR Hands Down Stiff Penalties to Chase Elliott by Roger Holtsclaw

Popular Speed
Manufacturers, Teams Vs. NASCAR - The Nature Of The Sport by Steve Waid;
Will Kasey Kahne Elevate Leavine Family Racing? and
Chase Elliott Loses 15 Points, Crew Chief and Car Chief by Tom Jensen

Race Fans Forever
Driver Development Programs Need to Get the Gong by Frank Buhrman

SB Nation
NASCAR mailbag: Will Richard Petty Motorsports close down due to lack of sponsorship? and
Kasey Kahne lands 2018 NASCAR ride, signs with Leavine Family Racing by Jordan Bianchi

Speedway Media
Four Takeaways From The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race at Chicago and
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Power Rankings-Chicago by Briar Starr

Stock Car Gazette
Is Martin Truex Jr. the New King of the Mile-and-a-Half? by Chuck Abrams

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR Power Rankings: How much should we penalize Chase Elliott? and
Kasey Kahne to drive No. 95 for Leavine Family Racing in 2018 by Nick Bromberg


posted SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

ESPN.com
Kasey Kahne replacing Michael McDowell at Leavine Family Racing and
Chase Elliott docked, crew chief and car chief suspended for illegal modifications by Bob Pockrass

Autosport
Truex: NASCAR's 2017 stages format has offered title bid safety net by Tom Errington

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from NASCAR by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer
Obsessed with fantasy football? One local NASCAR driver probably has you beat... and
Martin Truex Jr. already had a huge lead - then he won again. Who can catch him? by Brendan Marks

Motor Racing Network
NASCAR Notebook: JGR's Problems On Pit Road and
Power Rankings After Chicagoland by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Chase Elliott penalized for rear spoiler modification at Chicagoland by Nick DeGroot;
Despite Toyota dominance, Larson quietly keeping pace with rivals by Lee Spencer

Motorsports Tribune
Remembering: Ted Christopher by Seth Eggert

NASCAR.com
Playoffs pulse: Stacking the field after Chicago;
Hemric looks to make his mark among more than rookies in XFINITY playoffs by Kenny Bruce

NBC Sports
Bump & Run: Assessing Cup playoffs one week in;
Cole Pearn on questions about team's success: 'Sad sign of the times' by Dustin Long

Orlando Sentinel
Martin Truex Jr. blue-collar journey will lead to NASCAR Cup title in 2017 by George Diaz

Racer
Hamlin goes forth from fourth by Kelly Crandall

Rare Country
NASCAR's cancer warrior gives update on her serious health battle by Tricia Despres

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Projecting NASCAR's playoffs with a surprise winner by Randy Hallman

SB Nation
Matt DiBenedetto wants to be the face of NASCAR. Now he needs cash. by Charlotte Wilder;
Kasey Kahne gets new crew chief for rest of 2017 season by Jordan Bianchi

Yahoo Sports
Tape-gate! Did tip lead to Chase Elliott's penalty? by Nick Bromberg


posted SEPTEMBER 18, 2017

ESPN
So you want to race? Here's what it cost one sponsor at Hendrick Motorsports by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Chase for championship: Elliott a NASCAR title contender by Dan Gelston

AutoWeek
NASCAR Playoffs: What we learned at Chicagoland by Matt Weaver

Frontstretch:
Beside the Rising Tide: A Formula for Success? by Matt McLaughlin;
Couch Potato Tuesday: NBCSN Starts NASCAR Playoffs With A Snoozer by Phil Allaway;
Who's Hot & Who's Not In NASCAR: Chicagoland Edition by Jeff Wolfe;
5 Points to Ponder: The Power of NASCAR Social Media by Danny Peters;
The Underdog House: NASCAR Must 'Cope' With Slow Cars On Track by Amy Henderson

Motor Racing Network
Chicagoland Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Where the top half of the playoff field stands after Chicagoland by Lee Spencer

Motorsports Tribune
On the Playoff Radar After Chicagoland: Jimmie Johnson by Seth Eggert

Naples Daily News
NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson helps out Naples family after Hurricane Irma by Greg Hardwig

NASCAR.com
Joe Gibbs Racing's push for excellence extends to pit crew training by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
After Chicago, Larson, Harvick lead winless drivers in first round by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
Toyota Performance; Advantage, Cheating, or Just Working Harder? by Roger Holtsclaw

Popular Speed
Furniture Row Racing is The Little Team That Could by Tom Jensen

Race Fans Forever
You Don't Tug on Superman's Cape by Mitch Walker

RacingAroundJersey
NASCAR Took the Northeast on an Emotional Journey this Weekend by Ellsworth Boyce

SpeedwayMedia
The Final Word - After Chicago, not a whole lot has changed moving forward by Ron Thornton;
NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Chicagoland by Jeffrey Boswell




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