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Eyes On Xfinity: Chad Finchum, Brian Keselowski Learning Together At MBM Motorsports

Published at Thursday, June 11th 2020, 08:37:35 AM. Nascar. By Mbrojol313.

“Right now we’re in the process of which car we’re going to get,” Ware said. “I think we’re going to see real tangible value in our simulators,” Kurt Busch told NBC Sports, alluding to how simulators will determine car setups in lieu of no practice. Sauter,Busch Fail Post Race Tech: The cars of Johnny Sauter and Kyle Busch failed to meet minimum height requirements during post-race inspection yesterday at NHIS; violations similar to the one that cost Brian Vickers his qualifying attempt Friday. Johns finished 44th in NASCAR Busch Series points last season, starting 15 races for Team Rensi Racing, with a best finish of 15th at Nashville. No. 4, Jesse Little: Chad Little’s nephew makes his first foray into full-time national series competition after multiple years in the Truck Series (and the occasional Cup start), taking over the No. 4 for JD Motorsports with Gary Keller as one of the organization’s two full-time drivers.

That’s more than NASCAR cut in total, but Michigan is one of the northernmost tracks the tour visits, Vegas is almost as far west as Sonoma Raceway, Pocono had a doubleheader that could be cut, and both Kansas and Texas have two dates (and are also a relatively far distance). “Could not be more pleased to have Landon back behind the wheel,” Starcom Racing team manager Derrike Cope (@DCopeRacing) tweeted. Brad Keselowski won the Coca-Cola 600 after midnight on Monday, thanks to a rain delay of more than an hour that interrupted the first stage of the race. Ganassi said Sunday in New Hampshire that Franchitti will take part in an open test on September 27, before taking part in his first stock car race in early October. Major League Baseball's amateur draft began with the first of a pandemic-shortened five rounds. The scoop: Little has run a partial schedule in the Gander Truck ranks for the past five seasons with seven top 10s in limited runs.

Battling your way through the ranks is a challenge, but that’s the fun of it all. Reutimann is rumored to be in the running for a proposed fourth Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, after RCR extended its own self-imposed deadline to find sponsorship for the car until the end of this month. And the manufacturer parity is equally as impressive -- four for Chevrolet, four for Ford and three for Toyota. 01 Sprint Cup Chevrolet, driven by Regan Smith. Smith tested the car this morning at Daytona International Speedway in a Principal Financial Services uniform, with the company’s logo on the rear quarterpanel of the car. Justice Ain't Cheap: As part of ISC’s financial update, it was revealed that the company spent approximately $6 million to defend the Kentucky Speedway antitrust lawsuit this year, and expects to spend another $5 million to $6 million in 2008. The case is scheduled to go to trial in March, though the presiding judge has urged both sides to return to the negotiating table.

Gaughan is easily the most experienced of the four, but East is believed to have the support of Ford Motor Company. You can support our critical reporting on the coronavirus by purchasing a digital subscription or donating directly to the newsroom. With that promise becoming a reality, NASCAR fans are again reminded that even amid a crisis, we can find a shared sense of community support through sport, even digitally. Penalties, if any, are expected to be announced late Tuesday. Are we going to continue to go to races where we fill the grandstands? DEI President Max Seigel said DEI has a letter of intent with Principal Financial for a 2008 sponsorship relationship of some kind, but that details are still being negotiated. Reality Racing has signed a non-binding development agreement with Wallace, with the intent of developing a reality-based programs. Jeffrey Earnhardt will be driving the “Salute to Service” No. 81 car for Xtreme Concepts Racing at Chicago.

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