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  • Kenseth Speeds to Texas Pole

    Matt Kenseth earns his second pole of the season, while Tony Stewart tops 200 mph to set a track record at Texas Motor Speedway.

  • Title Time for Hamlin?

    Denny Hamlin feels like he's in good shape to battle for the Sprint Cup Series championship heading into Sunday's AAA Texas 500.

  • Logano Staying on Offensive

    With six top-10 finishes in the first seven Chase races, Joey Logano says there's no reason to change tactics as he races for a spot in the final four at Homestead.

  • Newman Has Message for Fans Questioning a Winless Champ

    Ryan Newman isn't bothered that he could become the first NASCAR Sprint Cup champion to go winless.

  • Do You Want To See Wrecks?

    Jimmie Johnson says he's noticed a change in the attitude of fans and that many want to see crashes, arguments and raw emotion.

  • Notebook: Is Future Dawning Now?

    Rookies Austin Dillon and Kyle Larson are outshining some title contenders in the Chase. See what chassis Chase drivers will use at Texas. Homestead inspections underway.

  • MRN.com Weekend Preview

    The Eliminator Round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup moves to Texas Motor Speedway to headline a racing weekend that includes the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series.

  • Driver Handicaps: Texas

    MRN.com's detailed notes and statistics to help you set your fantasy racing lineup for Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.

  • Florida Hospital Named Daytona Founding Partner

    Daytona International Speedway has announced a multi-year partnership that will make Florida Hospital the second Founding Partner of the track's $400 million "DAYTONA Rising" redevelopment project.

  • Miles to Miami: Texas

    The road to Ford Championship Weekend takes The Eliminator 8 to Texas, with just 813 "Miles2Miami" remaining in the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

  • Gas 'N' Go: Will Keselowski Rally Again?

    The pits are open again, and MRN.com's Pete Pistone and Dustin Long each answer this week’s featured question in “Gas ‘N’ Go.”

  • NBC Adds Krista Voda

    NBC Sports Group announced that Krista Voda has signed a multi-year agreement to serve as host of NBC Sports’ upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup and XFINITY Series pre- and post-race coverage, beginning in 2015.

  • Letarte: 'Winning is Better Than Losing'

    Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s win last week at Martinsville was sure better than the alternative according to crew chief Steve Letarte.

  • MRN Announcer Spotlight: Joe Moore

    Get to know Joe Moore - Booth Announcer - in this week's edition of Motor Racing Network Announcer Spotlight.

  • Notebook: Busy Test Schedule

    Nearly half the NASCAR Sprint Cup field is testing at either Homestead-Miami Speedway or Auto Club Speedway this week.

  • Power Rankings

    Joey Logano's strong runs during the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup have him back atop Pete Pistone's Power Rankings.

  • Kyle Busch Captains Superboat

    NASCAR driver Kyle Busch is no stranger to speed. On Monday, he experienced a different type of speed – in a different type of vessel.

  • Consistent Newman Rolls On

    Ryan Newman remains a major player in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup title picture thanks to another consistent finish Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.

  • A Tradition Unlike Any Other

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. celebrated his victory Sunday at Martinsville Speedway by sharing a time-honored tradition with his team and car owner Rick Hendrick.

  • Stewart Rallies, Finishes Fourth

    Tony Stewart ties his season-best finish Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.

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