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  • Montoya Interested In Indy-Charlotte Double

    Juan Pablo Montoya said he would be willing to run the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 in the same day if team owner Roger Penske approved it.

  • First Career Pole for Larson

    Kyle Larson scored his first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole when he took the top spot for the 400 at Pocono Raceway.

  • Report: Ryan Blaney To Drive For Wood Brothers

    A report by states that Ryan Blaney will run select Sprint Cup races for the Wood Brothers next season.

  • Gordon Describes His Back As 'Not Great'

    Jeff Gordon says that his back has not been the same since suffering from spasms at Charlotte and that he's spending more time treating it to avoid a relapse.

  • Hamlin Motivated Without Crew Chief

    Denny Hamlin will race without his crew chief and car chief at Pocono but is confident his team can win.

  • Forecasting The Future

    Kasey Kahne is fighting for a victory to make the Chase. Where's his best chance to win in the next six races? What about other non-winners? Dustin Long explains.

  • Driver Handicaps: Pocono's detailed notes and statistics to help you set your fantasy racing lineup for Sunday's 400 at Pocono Raceway.

  • Weekend Preview

    The Sprint Cup Series returns to Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania this weekend to headline a motor sports calendar that includes action at tracks in Iowa, Missouri and North Carolina.

  • Martin Returns to Roush in New Role

    Roush Fenway Racing announced that Mark Martin will return to the race team where he excelled behind the wheel for almost 20 years - this time as the team’s driver development coach.

  • Gas 'N' Go: Is It Time For Timed Races?

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

  • Ives Ready for New Challenge

    Greg Ives believes he'll have no problem stepping into the spotlight as Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s new crew chief.

  • Zest Returns with Roush Fenway

    Roush Fenway Racing today announced that it has extended its partnership with Zest and the No. 17 Ford Fusion driven by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. into the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.

  • Chase Window Starting to Close

    The window of opportunity to land a berth in this year’s Chase field is still open but for some drivers it’s beginning to close.

  • MRN Flashback: 1975 Purolator 500

    In August 1975, David Pearson led the final 14 laps of the Purolator 500 at Pocono for his third win of the season. But it came with a controversial finish.

  • Ives to be Earnhardt's Crew Chief in 2015

    Crew chief Greg Ives will rejoin Hendrick Motorsports following the 2014 NASCAR season to lead the No. 88 Sprint Cup Series team of driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.

  • MRN Announcer Spotlight: Glenn Jarrett

    Get to know Glenn Jarrett - Pit Road Reporter - in this week's edition of MRN Announcer Spotlight.

  • Explaining NASCAR's Appeal Process

    With Joe Gibbs Racing intending to appeal NASCAR's penalties to Denny Hamlin and his team, here's what they'll face.

  • NASCAR Hammers Hamlin Team For Indy Violations

    Denny Hamlin penalized 75 points and crew chief Darian Grubb suspended six races and fined $125,000 for violations discovered after Brickyard 400.

  • NASCAR Notes: Better Days Ahead?

    Martin Truex Jr. is looking for a turnaround this weekend at Pocono Raceway. Can Joe Gibbs Racing match its Indy run? Teams test at Watkins Glen.

  • Power Rankings

    Car owner Rick Hendrick has the top two two teams in Pete Pistone's Power Rankings with Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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