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  • Ripe for Retribution?

    A tight track, close racing and long memories could lead to some extra contact at Martinsville Speedway, but should Chase drivers be protected more from such action?

  • Driver Handicaps: Martinsville

    MRN.com's detailed notes and statistics to help you set your fantasy racing lineup for Sunday's Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville Speedway.

  • MRN.com Weekend Preview

    The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup rolls on to Martinsville Speedway for Sunday's Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500, topping the weekend's racing calendar that includes the Camping World Truck Series and World of Outlaws.

  • Miles to Miami: Martinsville

    The road to Ford Championship Weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway now takes The Eliminator 8 to Martinsville Speedway with 1,076 "Miles2Miami" remaining in the 2014 Chase.

  • 2015 Coke Zero 400 Tickets On Sale Friday

    Tickets to the 2015 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway go on sale Friday.

  • Gas 'N' Go: Who Will Advance?

    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.”

  • Wurth Returns to Sponsor Keselowski

    Team Penske announces that Wurth has signed a multi-year extension to be a sponsor on Brad Keselowski's NASCAR Sprint Cup car.

  • Championship Focus

    Despite early struggles in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Denny Hamlin says he's confident he can advance to the finale at Homestead and win the crown.

  • Full Speed Ahead for Harvick

    Kevin Harvick made it through the Contender Round with a win and looks to do the same thing during the three race Eliminator Round that kicks off Sunday.

  • SHR Swaps Teams

    Stewart-Haas Racing will swap crew chiefs and road crews between its Nos. 10 and 41 teams beginning with the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.

  • 1980 Old Dominion 500: Earnhardt Masters Martinsville

    In September 1980, Dale Earnhardt kept his championship hopes on track with a victory in the Old Dominion 500 at Martinsville Speedway.

  • Cheez-It to Sponsor Biffle in 2015

    Roush Fenway Racing has signed a multi-year partnership with Kellogg Company's Cheez-It brand to serve as a primary sponsor on Greg Biffle's No. 16 Ford in 2015.

  • Analyzing the Eliminator Round

    Joey Logano has been the star of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup so far and all eyes will be on him as the Eliminator Round kicks off.

  • Logano Takes Blame For Incident With Patrick

    Joey Logano says he's talked to Danica Patrick about their incident earlier this month at Charlotte and has taken responsibility for it.

  • Keselowski: 'I've Made People Angry My Whole Career'

    Brad Keselowski says his focus is on winning a second NASCAR Sprint Cup championship instead of being its most popular driver.

  • NASCAR Clears Newman's Car

    NASCAR states that contact on the track caused Ryan Newman's car to be too low at Talladega Superspeedway and won't penalize the team.

  • Kurt Busch to Compete in Race of Champions

    Kurt Busch will team with Ryan Hunter-Reay for Team USA in the Race of Champions, which will be held Dec. 13-14 in Barbados.

  • Power Rankings

    Team Pensske's drivers take the top two spots in Pete Pistone's Power Rankings.

  • Earnhardt an Inspiration for Yost

    The late Dale Earnhardt taught Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost a number of different lessons he’s trying to use on his way to winning a World Series championship.

  • Kenseth Assists Keselowski at Talladega

    Last week Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth were enemies in Charlotte and Sunday they wound up working together in the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.

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