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  • JEBar
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    a good season preview/analysis of Hendrick Motor Sports
    Outlooks for the four-car stable of Hendrick Motorsports and its drivers: Alex Bowman, William Byron, Chase Elliott and Jimmie Johnson.

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  • JEBar
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    big change with post race inspection ... introducing a system where race-winning teams found in violation of the rule book would be disqualified
    NASCAR competition officials announced Monday that post-race inspection for all three national series will have a new model for 2019.

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  • archbarb
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    The Wood Brothers have been around for years and years. Leonard isn't a spring chicken either. Hopefully their sons will continue the company.

    a lot of big names have driven the 21 Wood Brothers Ford's. Been to victory lane many times.

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  • JEBar
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    another legend passes
    Glen Wood, a pioneering driver and co-founder of stock-car racing's longest-running team, died Friday morning. He was 93.

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  • JEBar
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    so young indeed

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  • archbarb
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    Just read this. Sad, so young.
    http://www.espn.com/racing/nascar/st...racing-dies-49

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  • archbarb
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    Just read Daniel Suarez is going to be with SHR starting in 2019. I'm guessing the 41 car.

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  • Jeff
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    Originally posted by archbarb View Post
    Not a surprise. When Jeff took a lifetime ownership position in the company... the writing was on the wall.

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  • archbarb
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    And another story to follow:
    http://www.espn.com/jayski/cup/2018/...ck-motorsports

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  • JEBar
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    no question that he has the knowledge to contribute, we'll see if he has the presentation skills to go with that knowledge

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  • archbarb
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    Jamie McMurray should be a good fit!!!!!

    http://www.espn.com/jayski/cup/2018/...nascar-analyst

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  • JEBar
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    per Jayski .... Spire Sports + Entertainment, an agency that has worked with sponsors and drivers, confirms it has bought the Furniture Row Racing charter. It will operate a race team with the number 77. Driver and alliance details TBD.

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  • Jeff
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    Originally posted by JEBar View Post
    at least he will be driving a Chevy ...
    Meh....

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  • JEBar
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    at least he will be driving a Chevy ...

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  • Jeff
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    It's official.... Kurt Busch to the #1 CGR car w/ Monster as primary sponsor.

    http://www.espn.com/jayski/cup/2018/...ganassi-racing

    Interesting part of this... it's for a one year deal and is expected to be Kurt last year of full time competition.
    Ok, I get that if you're Kurt. But have to wonder what Ganassi's long term plan is here? Obviously this means that CGR does not view Suarez as a long term fit. Perhaps this is just a one year hold before CGR puts another young up/comer in the 1 car for 2020?

    Will be Kurt's 20th year in NASCAR. Crazy. Seems like just a couple years ago he was taking over for Chad Little... then getting punched in the mouth by Jimmy Spencer. LOL!!

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