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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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Team Jack wins NASCAR’s $100,000 humanitarian award (The Associated Press)

The NASCAR Foundation has awarded the Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award to the founder of an organization dedicated to funding pediatric brain cancer research. Team Jack Foundation was presented with the $100,000 award during The NASCAR Foundation's inaugural Honors Gala on Tuesday night. The award honors the philanthropic ideals of the late Betty... 

Column: Tony Stewart on the ropes in final NASCAR Chase (The Associated Press)

Well, this isn't the way anyone wanted to see Tony Stewart end his career. The driver went into NASCAR's playoffs with a roar and is on the verge of exiting with a whimper. Stewart is in the bottom four of the Chase standings and will be eliminated Sunday at Dover International Speedway if he doesn't pull off some sort of miracle before the field... 

Harvick wins at New Hampshire to advance to 2nd round (The Associated Press)

Kevin Harvick has thrived as NASCAR's version of a Game 7 master, steeling his nerves and flourishing in those win-or-else races that kept a championship push alive. Harvick won Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway to earn a spot in the second round of the NASCAR Sprint Cup playoffs, pulling away off a restart a year after a late loss at the track.... 

Elliott Sadler wins inaugural Xfinity Chase race at Kentucky (The Associated Press)

Elliott Sadler took the lead with four laps remaining and held off Daniel Suarez by 0.246 seconds to win the inaugural NASCAR Xfinity Series Chase race Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway. Sadler pushed his No. 1 JR Motorsports Chevy Camaro from 15th with 50 laps remaining for his third series victory this season and the first spot in the eight-driver... 

Byron wins at New Hampshire in 1st NASCAR Trucks Chase race (The Associated Press)

William Byron aced the inaugural Chase race in NASCAR's Trucks Series. The Liberty University freshman dominated Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and won for a whopping sixth time this season. This win came with extra credit: the 18-year-old Byron became the first driver to advance to the second round of the Chase. Read More →

Kenseth goes for 3rd consecutive New Hampshire victory (The Associated Press)

Carl Edwards had another hard race to the finish against Matt Kenseth. The Joe Gibbs Racing teammates had skipped the track for the bike path, and what Edwards thought would be a leisurely ride between colleagues turned into a competitive duel on two wheels. ''It was a pretty hard ride,'' said Edwards, laughing. Read More →

Edwards wins pole at New Hampshire; 6th top spot of season (The Associated Press)

Carl Edwards has mastered the art of starting first at New Hampshire. Edwards turned a lap of 135.453 mph to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup pole at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. ''We need to turn that into a race win,'' Edwards said. Read More →

Truex grateful his Chase win no longer ‘tainted’ by penalty (The Associated Press)

Martin Truex Jr. felt a bit uneasy as he settled into a seat in the NASCAR hauler where officials summon drivers accused of rules infractions, bruised from fistfights or found guilty of general poor decorum. The setting was a bit unfamiliar for one of NASCAR's more popular drivers around the garage, but he was here for a chat not because he was in... 

Xfinity Series inaugurates Chase format at Kentucky Speedway (The Associated Press)

NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers were fine playing out the stretch run of the season under the old points format that crowned the champion for consistency. Performance will be just as important under the new Chase playoff format, but drivers welcome the looming urgency of the final seven races. NASCAR will inaugurate championship Chases in the Xfinity... 

NASCAR Hall of Fame damaged in Charlotte protests (The Associated Press)

The NASCAR Hall of Fame in downtown Charlotte was open Thursday, hours after its exterior was damaged during violent protests over the police shooting of a black man this week. The Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority oversees the NASCAR Hall of Fame building and the convention center next door. ''The damage at our CRVA venues consists of broken... 

Truex, Johnson escape punishment for post-race infractions (The Associated Press)

NASCAR will not penalize Martin Truex Jr. or Jimmie Johnson for failing inspection after the opening race of the playoffs. Truex won Sunday's race at Chicagoland Speedway and Johnson finished 12th. Both cars failed the laser inspection with infractions that should have drawn 10-point penalties. Read More →

Truex and Johnson dodge penalties for failing inspection (The Associated Press)

NASCAR will not penalize Martin Truex Jr. or Jimmie Johnson for failing inspection after the opening race of the playoffs. Truex won Sunday's race at Chicagoland Speedway and Johnson finished 12th. Both cars failed the laser inspection with infractions that should have drawn 10-point penalties. Read More →

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