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Rain Washes Out Cup Drills; Busch On Pole

Kyle Busch during practice for the 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill. (HHP/Christa L. Thomas photo)

Steady rain throughout Friday afternoon forced NASCAR to cancel qualifying for Sunday’s 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in Illinois, but Kyle Busch didn’t mind.

BURNS: Around The Track


In order for Will Power to finally claim a Verizon IndyCar Series championship, he had to drive like someone other than Will Power.


Hidden Gems

Five drivers stood out in a crowd over the weekend. Find out which five cracked the list of this week’s SPEED SPORT Hidden Gems.

VIDEO: Ricciardo, Kvyat Try Two-Wheeling

Take a look at video of Red Bull Racing Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo and Scuderia Toro Rosso pilot Daniil Kvyat as they test out some dirt bikes.

Jankowiak Highlights Holland Winners

Holland 2014 Track Champions include Jason Adams (Figure 8), Darren Lenhardt (Future 4), Jonathan Reid (TQ Midgets), Chris Powers (Hornets), Amy Catalano (Pro Mods), Dave Whittaker (Late Models) and Rob Miszczak (Chargers). (Steve Petty photo)

Andy Jankowiak picked up the victory in the 15th running of the George Decker Memorial 100 on Saturday at the Holland NASCAR Motorsports Complex, highlighting the night’s races at the New York track.

Dominant Busch Wires NNS Richmond Field

Kyle Busch celebrates his victory in Friday's NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Richmond Int'l Raceway. (NASCAR Photo)

No one had an answer for Kyle Busch on Friday night at Richmond (Va.) Int’l Raceway.

Up Front Again: Keselowski Claims RIR Pole

Brad Keselowski claimed his fourth pole of the year on Friday at Richmond (Va.) Int'l Raceway. (HHP/Garry Eller photo)

Brad Keselowski’s No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion was the only thing hotter than the track on Friday at Virginia’s Richmond Int’l Raceway.

BURNS: Around The Track


Brian France stared off into the audience at the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Wednesday and smiled.

Comcast Signs 10-Year Pact With NASCAR

NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France, far right, poses with Comcast and NASCAR executives at a Wednesday announcement at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C. The series announced that its secondary series will become the Xfinity Series in 2015. (Aaron Burns photo)

NASCAR’s secondary series will have a new name in 2015.

Harvick Trounces NNS Field At Atlanta

Kevin Harvick (5) leads during the Great Clips 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga. (HHP/Christa L Thomas photo)

Kevin Harvick left no doubt as to who was the man to beat on Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, dominating the NASCAR Nationwide Series’ Great Clips 300 on his way to victory.


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