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MAGAZINE: NASCAR’s Changing Of The Guard

Scott Miller

NASCAR sent a message to its teams and drivers when the sanctioning body hired Scott Miller to replace Robin Pemberton as senior vice president of competition in early December.

MAGAZINE: Justin Allgaier’s A Contender

Justin Allgaier's move to JR Motorsports has made him a contender for the NASCAR XFINITY Series championship this year. (HHP/Rusty Jarrett Photo)

Allgaier lost his ride after HScott signed Clint Bowyer for a one-year rental before Bowyer moves to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2017.

MAGAZINE: Lucas Ashe’s Familiar Path

Lucas Ashe is hoping to follow in the foot steps of drivers like Kyle Larson and Rico Abreu.

Larson and Abreu are where Ashe wants to be in several years — the top echelon of motorsports. He’s not the type to rush into things before he’s ready, though. One great thing about Ashe is he’s always been prepared for whatever ride he’s given —even if he lacks lots of experience. He’s a detail-oriented person with a passion for getting the most out of whatever he does.

MAGAZINE: Haas F1 Team Roars To Life

The Haas F1 Team will make its race debut this weekend in Australia. (Alastair Staley/LAT Photo)

Reality set in for Gene Haas in late January. He’d dreamed of owning an American Formula One team and his aspiration was no longer limited to a collection of blueprints.

Busch Makes It A Hat Trick At Phoenix

Kyle Busch won Saturday's Axalta 200 at the Phoenix Int'l Speedway. (HHP/Andrew Coppley)

It’s not proven that three is a charm, but Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing were definitely charmed in Saturday’s Axalta 200 at Phoenix Int’l Raceway.

Busch Leads A Gibbs 1-2-3 In Phoenix Drills

Kyle Busch sped to the pole on Friday at Phoenix. (NASCAR photo)

If anyone needed a reminder for how fast Joe Gibbs Racing’s Toyotas have been this season, JGR’s drivers made it loud and clear on Friday.

Manor Retains Alex Rossi As Reserve Driver

Former Manor F-1 driver Alexander Rossi will transition to the Verizon IndyCar Series to drive for Andretti Autosport this year. (Team Rossi Motorsports photo)

Alexander Rossi will compete in the Verizon IndyCar Series this year, but Formula One’s most recent American driver isn’t straying far from the world championship.

MAGAZINE: Menard Eyes Improvement

Paul Menard is hoping to make gains in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this year with Richard Childress Racing. (HHP/Alan Marler Photo)

Business picked up in mid-February at Daytona Int’l Speedway. Paul Menard kicked off his season on Feb. 13 with a third-place finish in the non-points Sprint Unlimited. The surprising result seemed to back up his notion that second-year crew chief Justin Alexander is the right man to sit atop Menard’s pit box.

‘Bad Brad’ Leads A Penske 1-2 At Las Vegas

Brad Keselowski scored his first Cup win in 33 races on Sunday at Las Vegas. (HHP/Gregg Ellman photo)

Brad Keselowski’s team rolled the dice on Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And at the end of the Kobalt 400, they reaped a major reward.

Barriers Are No Obstacle For R.J. Valentine

Road racer R.J. Valentine  has a vested interest in safety. His new ISS Barriers (pictured in background) will be used at the SVRA's Amelia Island Vintage Gran Prix.

Three things drive R.J. Valentine more than anything else: racing competition, racing safety, and business.


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