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BURNS: Around The Track


Stop me if you’ve heard this before: Change is coming to NASCAR’s premier series.

Tradition Is Important To John Force

John Force celebrates with his crew after winning the Funny Car portion of the Circle K NHRA Winternationals on Sunday in Pomona, Calif. (NHRA Photo)

John Force has been called many things in his NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series career, but few – if any – fit him better than “loyal.”

Almirola: ‘We’re a Chase-Capable Race Team’

Aric Almirola's success in making the Chase is a catalyst for the long-term success of Richard Petty Motorsports. (NASCAR photo)

Aric Almirola’s successful NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season has benefitted more than just his own career.

Logano Relishes Win, Shifts Focus To Dover

Joey Logano collected his fourth victory of 2014 on Sunday in Loudon, N.H. (Dave Moulthrop photo)

Joey Logano’s fourth NASCAR Sprint Cup win of the season on Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway clinched his berth in the Contender round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Strategy Propels Logano To N.H. Victory

Joey Logano wins the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (HHP/Garry Eller photo)

Joey Logano was playing with house money on Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Hamilton Wins Singapore, Takes Point Lead

Lewis Hamilton won again on Sunday in Singapore.  (Steve Etherington photo)

Lewis Hamilton benefitted from a fast car and Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg’s misfortune to win Sunday’s Formula One Singapore Grand Prix and take the championship point lead.

Custer Becomes NCWTS’ Youngest Winner

Cole Custer became the youngest winner in NASCAR major-series history when he won the NCWTS' UNOH 175 on Saturday in Loudon, N.H. (NASCAR photo)

Cole Custer nailed the final restart of Saturday’s UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, passed leader Matt Crafton and sped into Victory Lane and the history books.

Who Else? Keselowski Wins Loudon Pole

Brad Keselowski is now fourth in the SPEED SPORT Power Rankings. 
(HHP/Christa L Thomas photo)

Brad Keselowski showed no signs of slowing down on Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

BURNS: Around The Track


The last time a Ford team won the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship, it wasn’t even called the Sprint Cup.

CFH Racing Picks Chevrolet For 2015

Ed Carpenter (20) leads a pack of cars during the Verizon IndyCar Series event at The Milwaukee Mile. (Dave Heithaus Photo)

Carpenter Fisher Hartman Racing, a partnership between Ed Carpenter, Sarah Fisher and Wink Hartman, will use Chevrolet engines and aero kits when its cars hit the grid for the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season.


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