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posted APRIL 19, 2018

ESPN.com
The reasons Tony Stewart decided to settle the Ward Jr. lawsuit by Bob Pockrass;
#AskRicky talks 2018 surprises, pit guns and young guns by Ricky Craven

Autoweek
Meet the new boss: Mark Rushbrook is new global director Ford Performance Motorsports by Steven Cole Smith

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR Power Rankings: The five best teams so far in 2018 - and a surprise at No. 1 by Brendan Marks

Circle Track
How could the thrill possibly be gone? by Monte Dutton

Frontstretch
Frontstretch Podcast: Takeaways from Bristol by Frontstrech Staff;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR DraftKings Forecast: Toyota Owners 400 by Corey Brewer;
2-Headed Monster: Who Fared Better, Kyle Busch or Hendrick Motorsports? by Frontstretch Staff;
Eyes on XFINITY: Joey Gase Enjoying Career-Best Start With Go Green Racing by Dustin Albino;
Happiness Is: Caring, Shoey & 45 by Ava Huston Ladner

JeffGluck.com
How I Got Here with Kristine Curley

Motor Racing Network
Friends Not Foes by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
NASCAR Roundtable: Bristol puts on a show once again;
Aric Almirola reveals biggest challenge at Stewart-Haas Racing by Tom Errington;
Kyle Busch will "swing for the fence" in hopes of Richmond win and
Hershel McGriff - age 90 - returns to NASCAR racing next month by Jim Utter;
Timothy Peters to make Cup debut at Talladega with RBR by Tim Southers

Motorsports Tribune
Allgaier Excited to Compete for Xfinity Dash 4 Cash at Richmond and
Timothy Peters to Make Cup Debut at Talladega by Seth Eggert

NASCAR.com
Always a fan, Gragson says he still gets 'a little starstruck' around Kyle Busch by Jessica Ruffin

NBC Sports
Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the lessons learned from hashing it out with Kyle Busch by Nate Ryan;
Timothy Peters set for Cup debut at Talladega with Ricky Benton Racing by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
NASCAR Drivers vs Fans/Media by Ricky Whittenburg

Popular Speed
Gallagher Showing Growth in Sophomore Campaign by Mitchell Breuer;
Bowman Leading the Charge for Hendrick So Far in 2018 by Jason Schultz

Race Fans Forever
50 Year of NASCAR Racing: #32 - Swervin' Irvan and the Second Generation by Matt McLaughlin

Racer
Hemric relieved, realistic for Richmond Cup debut by Kelly Crandall

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Tim Clark went from the bleachers at Richmond to running NASCAR.com by Michael Phillips;
Richmond Raceway is the first NASCAR track to field an esports team by Wayne Epps Jr.;
What's behind Toyota's success in NASCAR? We toured their top-secret performance center to find out. by Charlie Broaddus;
Slept through the first part of the NASCAR season? Here's what you need to know as the tour hits Richmond by Chris Wilbers;
What you see is not what you get: Richmond Raceway's infield isn't bigger, but it is getting better by Paul Woody

Speedway Media
Hot 20 - Saturday night is an evening with the classic that is Richmond by Ron Thornton

USA Today
Daniel Suárez talks early NASCAR struggles in U.S. by Michelle Martinelli;
At age 90, Hershel McGriff scheduled to drive in May 5 races in Tucson and
Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick among favorites to take Richmond by Mike Hembree

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


posted APRIL 18, 2018

ESPN.com
Power Rankings: Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick are Nos. 1 and 2 by Ryan McGee;
Jimmie Johnson breaks his top-5, 14-race slump at Bristol by Matt Willis;
Daniel Hemric to make his Cup series debut at Richmond Raceway by Bob Pockrass

Auto Racing Daily
No longer sure there's really a NASCAR pit-gun issue by Amanda Vincent

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from Bristol by Allen Gregory

Chasing the Scoreboard
In The Fast Lane: Most Improved after Bristol by Courtney Horn

Frontstretch
Did You Notice?: Ford's Mustang Must Avoid Chevy's Camaro NASCAR Mistakes by Tom Bowles;
NASCAR Mailbox: Why Is Ryan Preece So Underrated? by Joseph Wolkin;
Beyond the Cockpit: Daniel Hemric Looking Ahead to Cup Debut at Richmond by Beth Lunkenheimer;
The Frontstretch 5: Hard NASCAR Questions by Amy Henderson;
The Underdog House: On The Ragged Edge at Bristol by Zach Catanzareti;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Bristol by Christian Koelle

kennybruce.net
Mustang to replace Fusion in Cup for '19

LASTCAR
J.D. McDuffie's Career at Richmond by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Power Rankings by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Truex wants redemption at Richmond after recent crashes and
Ford used F1 experience to develop Mustang for NASCAR Cup Series by Tom Errington;
Bristol NASCAR Truck race date adjusted for triple-header weekend by Nick DeGroot

NASCAR.com
Though winless, Hemric is in great company with Cup debut by David Smith

NBC Sports
Bump & Run: Who will be next to challenge Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick?;
Thumb feeling better, Daniel Suarez is ready to add to memories at Richmond by Dustin Long;
Ryan Preece refuses to be obstacle to his racing dreams and
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch discuss fallout of 2008 Richmond incident by Daniel McFadin;
A tale of two short tracks (and maybe two driver temperaments) by Nate Ryan

On Pit Road
Hemric to Make Cup Debut and Compete for Dash4Cash at Richmond and
Busch on Bump and Run with Larson: "if he got back to my rear bumper, then so be it" by Roger Holtsclaw

The Podium Finish
In the Fast Lane with Ryan Truex by Rob Tiongson

Popular Speed
Short Tracks Belong In NASCAR - Many Say There Should Be More Of Them by Steve Waid

Race Fans Forever
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #31 - Daytona - Little Cars and Big Bucks by Matt McLaughlin

The Racing Experts
Timothy Peters to attempt Cup Series debut at Talladega by Dominic Aragon

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Toyota dealers say their decade in NASCAR has led to a boost in car sales by Charlie Broaddus;
Bad weather has led to all-time attendance lows for NASCAR, but things are looking up in Richmond by Randy Hallman

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Odds to win 2018 Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway by Micah Roberts

Speedway Media
NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Bristol by Jeffrey Boswell;

Sportsline
Top-20 Richmond Prediction: 2018 Toyota Owners 400 by Micah Roberts

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR Power Rankings: Of course Kyle Busch is No. 1 by Nick Bromberg


posted APRIL 17, 2018

ESPN.com
Does NASCAR need a bolder approach to handling bad weather? ;
Ford to change from Fusion to Mustang for 2019 Cup season by Bob Pockrass

Bristol Herald Courier
The Bristol Boogie is back by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR Cup Series | Results and 3 takeaways from Monday's race at Bristol by Brendan Marks

Cup Scene
For Jimmie Johnson his best finish of the season is a step in the right direction and
Bubba Wallace shines then sees his day end in utter frustration at Bristol and
The NASCAR Food City 500 at Bristol as it happened and
Kyle Busch denies Kyle Larson victory at Bristol by Greg Engle

Frontstretch
Thinkin' Out Loud: Kyle Busch Wins Bristol Two-Day Marathon by Mike Neff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2018 Food City 500 by Amy Henderson;
5 Points To Ponder: The Next NASCAR Most Popular Driver? by Danny Peters;
Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Deals with Weather Woes Once Again in Bristol by Phil Allaway;
Beside the Rising Tide: Bread and Circuses by Matt McLaughlin

JeffGluck.com
12 Questions with Ty Dillon

Johnson City Press
Busch bumps past Larson for Food City 500 victory by Jeff Birchfield

Lexington Dispatch
Crazy weekend in Bristol by Ben White

MonteDutton.com
Watch What You Ask for: Kyle Busch Might Just Get It

Motor Racing Network
Bristol Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Dejected Darrell Wallace Jr. confused by loss of pace after leading and
Ford to bring new Mustang to 2019 Cup series by Tom Errington

NASCAR.com
Stenhouse Jr. ready to get back to 'winning ways' with Mustang in '19 by Chase Wilhelm;
Joey Logano taking big steps on the track, on TV, as a parent by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
Roush Fenway Racing renews Ricky Stenhouse Jr. sponsors through 2021 by Daniel McFadin;
Truck race will move to Thursday, Aug. 16 at Bristol Motor Speedway and
: Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway by Nate Ryan

On Pit Road
Ford Confirms Mustang Will Enter Cup in 2019 by Tyson Lautenschlager

Popular Speed
Observations: Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever
NASCAR Needs More Racers Like Those Who Came Up Through the ASA by Frank Buhrman

Speedway Media
The Final Word - Bristol was so exciting, they made it a two day event by Ron Thornton

Stock Car Gazette
It's Bristol, Baby! Kyle Busch Wins Second Race in a Row by Chuck Abrams

USA Today
Who's feuding in NASCAR this week? Drivers vs. NASCAR by Michelle Martinelli

Yahoo Sports
Takeaways from Bristol: The race took two days but it was certainly entertaining by Nick Bromberg


posted APRIL 16, 2018

ESPN.com
Darrell Wallace Jr. led for 5 laps, the first African American to do so since '63 and
Kyle Busch escapes Bristol with second Cup win of 2018 season by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Busch captures rain-delayed Cup Series race at Bristol by Steve Reed

Bristol Herald Courier
Erik Jones leads NASCAR's young guns and
Larson to lead resumption of Food City 500 by Allen Gregory;
Nothing stops Kyle Busch at BMS and
Blaney's promising Food City 500 ends with wreck by Nate Hubbard

Charlotte Observer
Fans hate him, but Kyle Busch keeps winning anyway. And the scariest part ... by Brendan Marks

Fan4Racing
NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver, Ernie Francis Jr on a Winning Streak by Sharon Burton

Frontstretch
Food City 500 Postponed to Monday, Will Resume in Stage 2 by Davey Segal;
Ryan Blaney's Dominant Car Exits Early at Bristol by Michael Massie;
Pace Laps: Rain Ratchets Up NASCAR Competition At Bristol by the Frontstretch Staff;
Up to Speed: True Bristol Divides NASCAR Drivers and Fans by Bryan Gable;
NASCAR Rescinds Penalty on Daniel Hemric, Will be Dash 4 Cash Eligible at Richmond by Davey Segal

JeffGluck.com
An Oral History of the 2008 Richmond Spring Race

KennyBruce.net
A Busch win or Larson loss?

Motor Racing Network
Bristol Rear-View Mirror and
Larson Just Short at Bristol and
Back-to-Back Wins for Kyle Busch and
Stenhouse Jr. Battles Back at Bristol and
Top Fives for Johnson, Bowman by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Kyle Larson ends up second (again) to Kyle Busch at Bristol by Tim Southers;
Kyle Busch moves Larson to win thrilling Bristol Cup race and
Ryan Preece: "If you want it bad enough, you'll find a way" by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Keselowski's Bid of Bristol Win Goes Flat After Winning Opening Stages by Luis Torres

NBC Sports
Kyle Larson overcomes spin to finish second but seeks more at Bristol and
Denny Hamlin blasts pit guns, calls for NASCAR to make changes now by Dustin Long;
Darrell Wallace Jr. leads first laps of Cup career, 'devastated' with Bristol result and
Kyle Busch wins Food City 500 by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
Larson Falls Short to Busch Once Again at Bristol and
NASCAR Corrects Mistake, Hemric Now Eligible for Dash4Cash Bonus and
Chris Buescher on Crash: "we were all being held up by the No. 6" by Roger Holtsclaw

Race Fans Forever
The Magic Window ~ Closing It Up by Tim Leeming

Racin Today
Bristol Featured Numerous Good Storylines and
Rains Force Postponement Of Bristol Cup Race by Deb Williams

The Racing Experts
Keselowski first driver to earn 100 stage points in 2018 by Dominic Aragon;
Johnson, Bowman post best finishes of season by Matt Courson;
Kyle Busch uses bump-and-run, goes back-to-back at Bristol by Tyler Head

SB Nation
Kyle Busch bumps past Kyle Larson to win Food City 500 and
NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol postponed due to rain by Jordan Bianchi


posted APRIL 15, 2018

ESPN.com
Rain forces postponement of NASCAR's Food City 500 to Monday by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Busch looks to beat field, rain at Bristol Motor Speedway by Steve Reed

Autoweek
What we learned:NASCAR XFINITY at Bristol by Matt Weaver

Bristol Herald Courier
Fans missed compelling show by the Xfinity gang and
Kyle Busch poised for more BMS success Sunday by ;
Up-and-down day for Bell ends with wreck and
Preece prevails in Xfinity race at BMS by Nate Hubbard

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR has moved the start of the Bristol race back. It might not matter anyway. by Mike Reader

Frontstretch
XFINITY Breakdown: Big Money Day for Ryan Preece at Bristol by Michael Massie and Davey Segal;
Justin Allgaier Overcomes Bristol Chaos for Runner-up Finish by Zach Catanzareti;
Ryan Preece Wins the Race and the Cash in the Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 by Michael Massie;
2018 Frontstretch Cup: Food City 500 Predictions by the Frontstretch Staff

Johnson City Press
Preece pulls away late for Fitzgerald 300 win and
Johnson looking to break streak Sunday at BMS by Jeff Birchfield;
Byron leads Hendrick young guns at Bristol and
Big names will start at the back by Kevin Mays

KennyBruce.net
Busch to backup and fleet Front Row

LASTCAR
Early trouble at Bristol hands Ross Chastain first Cup Series last-place finish and
Bristol wreck hands Jeremy Clements his first XFINITY last-place finish in 273rd career start by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Bristol Story Lines and
Preece Wins Bristol, Dash 4 Cash by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
NASCAR admits officiating mistake after Xfinity Series race by Tim Southers

NASCAR.com
Erik Jones' continued growth signals first win is getting closer by Jessica Ruffin

NBC Sports
NASCAR errs in issuing penalty to Daniel Hemric after Xfinity race by Dustin Long;
Staff picks for today's Cup race at Bristol

On Pit Road
Ryan Blaney Taken out in Crash After Dominating Early at Bristol and
Bristol Bites Stewart-Haas Racing as Harvick and Busch Relegated to Backup Cars by Roger Holtsclaw

The Racing Experts
Preece claims win, Dash 4 Cash prize at Bristol by Dominic Aragon;
Elliott Sadler crashes at Bristol; maintains point lead by Matt Courson

SB Nation
NASCAR at Bristol preview: Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick among big names facing uphill battle by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
Canadian D.J. Kennington has drive to honor tragedy-stricken hockey team by Mike Hembree;
Mother of killed driver Kevin Ward Jr. felt 'forced' into settlement with Tony Stewart by A.J. Perez




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