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Like It or Not..SHR Moves On with Exapansion Like It or Not..SHR Moves On with Exapansion

Ryan Newman is gone. Kurt Busch, the 2004 Sprint Cup champion and owner of 24 Sprint Cup victories, will drive the Haas Automation Chevrolet SS full-time along side Stewart in the No. 14 Bass Pro Shops Mobil 1 Chevrolet, Danica Patrick in the No. 10 Go Daddy Chevrolet, Kevin Harvick in the No. 4 Budweiser Chevrolet beginning in 2014. It’s a line-up... 

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The Racing Reporter.com is your source for select news and opinion for Nascar racing. This site is dedicated to fans and others who enjoy Nascar. Please feel free to roam the site for articles, news and don’t forget to check out our galleries. Covering the sport from many perspectives, Bruce Cameron, The Racing Reporter,  provides a well-rounded... 

Who Really is the Nascar Fan? Who Really is the Nascar Fan?

Who is the Nascar Fan: From Trailer Park to Highland Park The Racing Reporter-DALLAS, Texas  Some might speculate that with a tough economy and numerous changes within Nascar might hurt the sport. Ticket sales and merchandisers are seeing sharp declines this year. The fans are still there and very much alive and passionate about their sport. High End... 

Start and Park Joe Wins….Something… Start and Park Joe Wins….Something…

Sports writer George Walker recently penned a piece to rival the ESPY’s. Given the fact that DFW is the nation’s (at least) 7th largest media market, DFWSportsonline weighs in on some the biggest sporting news events of the year. Dallas area sports and Nascar always have something happening. That said, I was surprised to see a Nascar winner,... 

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The Race Fan’s Lifestyle By Bruce Cameron, The Racing Reporter The Race Fan’s Lifestyle By Bruce Cameron, The Racing Reporter

Although attendance is noticeably down at recent races, the contingent of hard-core... 

Kyle Busch Flips Off NASCAR Official Kyle Busch Flips Off NASCAR Official

Not So Angry, Kyle just Flips One Bird to NASCAR OfficialBusch humiliated himself,... 

Best of Racing Reporter-Brad Coleman Toyota Test Turns Coyote Ugly Best of Racing Reporter-Brad Coleman Toyota Test Turns Coyote Ugly

Joe Gibbs Racing driver Brad Coleman was testing a Gibbs NASCAR Sprint Cup Series... 

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Where Did The NASCAR Bro/D-Bags Go? by Bruce Cameron, The Racing Reporter Where Did The NASCAR Bro/D-Bags Go? by Bruce Cameron, The Racing Reporter

Eddie Gossage is on the hunt for the missing bros. A sorely missed demographic... 

NASCAR in Texas NASCAR in Texas

In an otherwise quiet and uneventful NASCAR season, the Samsung Mobile 500/ Nationwide... 

Ever Ride in a Pace Car? Ever Ride in a Pace Car?

NASCAR gave me the opportunity to ride a few laps in the pace car today before the... 

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Get a Grip: Harvick loves new Bristol Motor Speedway (The Associated Press)

Kevin Harvick believes Bristol Motor Speedway is on to something. Bristol officials used a tacky resin to ''polish'' the track and improve grip on the bottom lane so racers would have a two-groove layout and be able to pass down low. The past few years, Harvick said there was no use taking the low side of the high-banked, concrete track because cars... 

Kevin Harvick wins rain-delayed NASCAR race at Bristol (The Associated Press)

Kevin Harvick wasn't worried about his poor qualifying at Bristol Motor Speedway. In fact, starting 24th gave Harvick exactly what he wanted to win at Bristol Motor Speedway. ''It kind of motivates me,'' Harvick said Sunday. Read More →

NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Bristol suspended until Sunday (The Associated Press)

The water-logged Sprint Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway was called after just 48 of 500 laps were run because of rainstorms throughout Saturday night. NASCAR officials finally called it after more than three hours of delays. Kyle Busch had the lead, followed by Chase Elliott, Ryan Blaney, Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth. Read More →

Car owner: Dale looks great (The Associated Press)

Car owner Rick Hendrick said injured star Dale Earnhardt Jr. ''looks great,'' but the organization will wait until the driver is 100 percent before he returns to the track. Hendrick said Saturday that Earnhardt is scheduled for a medical check next week and that will help determine if he'll drive at Michigan next week. Earnhardt has missed the past... 

Surprise: Dillon wins Xfinity race at Bristol in wild finish (The Associated Press)

Austin Dillon figured fourth place was about all he could get Friday night until the old Brad Keselowski-Kyle Busch rivalry reared up at Bristol Motor Speedway. Then just as suddenly Keselowski ran out of gas during the caution - leaving a happily surprised Dillon out front to win the Xfinity race in overtime Friday night. ''I was actually just enjoying... 

Race team says Gordon won’t be available to drive Michigan (The Associated Press)

Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s race team said on Twitter that four-time Sprint Cup champion Jeff Gordon won't be able to drive the No. 88 car next week in Michigan. Earnhardt has missed the past four races and will sit out the Saturday night event at Bristol Motor Speedway as he recovers from a concussion. Gordon has filled in the last three races and will... 

Carl Edwards leads JGR’s 1-2-3 qualifying sweep at Bristol (The Associated Press)

Carl Edwards is looking for Sprint Cup gold and there are few more successful spots him this season than Bristol Motor Speedway. Edwards won from the pole at the track in April and on Friday led Joe Gibbs Racing's Olympic-style, 1-2-3 sweep of the top three spots in qualifying for the Saturday night race. ''Hopefully, we'll be sitting here tomorrow... 

Dover speedway adding more SAFER barriers (The Associated Press)

Dover International Speedway is adding more than 500 feet of SAFER barriers in time for the Sprint Cup race in October. Track officials said Friday that it was adding the safety barriers along the outside walls in turns two and four and under a walkover bridge. Read More →

Break time is over. Chase concerns start at Bristol (The Associated Press)

With four races left in the Sprint Cup regular season, the push for NASCAR's playoffs revs up at Bristol Motor Speedway with the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race on Saturday night. Sprint Cup drivers got a final week off last weekend and now race uninterrupted through the season-ender in Florida on Nov. 20. The immediate concern for most of those in... 

Ganassi team on the bubble with Chase looming (The Associated Press)

The next four Sprint Cup series races will go a long way toward determining whether Chip Ganassi's bid to conquer the world of racing is successful. The Sprint Cup is by far the most important of the six series where Ganassis is competing. On the other hand, Larson could win one of the four remaining races before the postseason -- starting at the... 

Trucks leader Byron signs with Hendrick Motorsports (The Associated Press)

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) -- NASCAR truck series points leader William Bryon has signed a multi-year driver agreement with Hendrick Motorsports and will drive for Dale Earnhardt Jr's JR Motorsports team in the Xfinity series next season. Read More →

Kennedy passes Byron to win NASCAR Truck race at Bristol (The Associated Press)

Ben Kennedy moved past NASCAR Truck season leader William Byron with 19 laps to go and held at Bristol Motor Speedway on Wednesday night for his first series victory. Kennedy, the son of International Speedway Corporation CEO Lesa France Kennedy and great-grandson of NASCAR founder Bill France Sr., became the first France family member to win a NASCAR... 

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