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After a post-race review, Kevin Harvick discovered that the late-race pit road speeding penalty that cost him a win last week at Atlanta could have come at any time during the race.
After a rough start to the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season in Daytona, Erik Jones was ready to get “settled in” for the rest of the season.
Team owner Roger Penske believes the addition of Stewart-Haas Racing to the Ford camp this season has made the manufacturer’s NASCAR contingent stronger, including his own organization.
Matt Kenseth had plenty of speed in Sunday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but he showed it in the wrong places.
Kasey Kahne wasn’t a player in the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 until the closing laps at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Kevin Harvick feels a little “snake bitten” at Atlanta Motor Speedway of late. Who can blame him?
Kevin Harvick was the class of the field at Atlanta Motor Speedway — but a late race speeding penalty provided Brad Keselowski with the break he needed to win the race.
Georgia native Chase Elliott set the pace in Happy Hour at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday with a lap of 188.015mph.
Starting 12th in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race may not sound exciting, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. believed he “overachieved.”
Coming off of the 2016 Xfinity championship, rookie Daniel Suarez didn’t get the debut he was hoping for in last Sunday’s Daytona 500.
Carl Edwards returned to Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday as a spectator but he did bring his helmet and driver suit … just in case.
NASCAR writers Lee Spencer, Jim Utter, News Manager Nick DeGroot along with NASCAR PR Manager Tim Southers will tackle questions each week. This week we're getting ready for the tripleheader at Atlanta Motor Speedway.