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After a successful season promoting rail safety with David Ragan in 2013, CSX will again partner with the race-winning driver and Front Row Motorsports’ No. 34 team for the 2014 Sprint Cup Series season.

The partnership will include primary sponsorship of Ragan’s Ford Fusion for four races — at Daytona in February, Darlington in April, Michigan in August and Richmond in September. CSX will also be a major associate on the No. 34 at Pocono in August and Charlotte in October. The familiar "I Brake for Trains" bumper sticker will once again be on the back of Ragan’s car for all 36 races of the Sprint Cup schedule.
Fri, Jan 24, 2014 12:49:00 PM

Ryan Blaney posted top-10 speeds in all practices and qualification for the Pure Michigan 400. He backed up his seventh-place start with a fourth-place finish at Michigan International Speedway.

All weekend we have been predicting Blaney and Chase Elliott would challenge for a top-five. Elliott finished second to Blaney’s fourth and now both racers are poised to go on another top-10 run. Darlington Raceway next week could provide a momentary blip for the Young Guns.
Aug 28 - 5:33 PM

Brad Keselowski used some strategy to establish his No. 2 Team Penske Ford in the top five. Once there, he raced with the leaders for the final quarter of the Pure Michigan 400 and finished the third at Michigan International Speedway

Both Penske Racers were favorites this week, but Kez did not make a lot of noise early. He redeemed himself at the end, however, when the points mattered most.
Aug 28 - 5:22 PM

Chase Elliott spun his tires on a late-race restart this June in the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway. He spun his tires on the final restart again this week and finished second for the second time in two starts on this track.

Elliott is one of the top points’ earners this week and his salary cap in most games was manageable. Elliott now has a 27-point advantage over the Chase bubble with two more opportunities to win during the regular season. He debuted at Darlington Raceway last year and suffered crash damage, however.
Aug 28 - 5:04 PM

It took 99 starts, but Kyle Larson finally won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup race. He took the lead from Chase Elliott with less than 10 laps remaining and held off the charge from the rookie.

Everyone kept asking when Larson would win his first race because he kept coming close. He had top-five attempts ruined by accidents in the last two weekends and fell far down the points. Larson was in a must-win situation. With this victory he makes the Chase. All three NASCAR top-tier winners this week won their first race in their respective series with Brett Moffitt winning the Camping World Truck Series at Michigan and Michael McDowell winning the XFINITY road course race in Elkhart Lake.
Aug 28 - 4:57 PM

Justin Bonsignore came up short at home in June. He wasn't going to let it happen again Saturday night.

The 28-year-old from Holtsville, New York, held off the charge of brothers Timmy and Shawn Solomito to score the victory in the Riverhead 200 at Long Island's Riverhead Raceway. It was a night of milestones for Bonsignore, who earned his 10th career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour win in his 100th career start. He kept the No. 51 Phoenix Communications Inc. Chevrolet out front for a race-high 117 laps.
Aug 28 - 11:47 AM

Ryan Partridge won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Douglas County Speedway (Roseburg, OR) Saturday night after a late race entanglement gave him the opportunity.

Partridge battled to stay in the top-three for 113 laps, falling as low as third. Todd Gilliland and Chris Eggleston were battling side-by-side for the top spot when they made contact causing them both to spin. Partridge managed to avoid serious damage and took control of the lead. Despite damage to his hood, the series veteran held off a charging Gracin Raz and Riley Herbst the remaining 36 laps to earn his second victory of the season. Raz and Herbst finished second and third, respectively.Noah Gragson, Julia Landauer, Gilliland, Eggleston, Blaine Perkins, Ron Norman and Nicole Behar rounded out the top 10.
Aug 28 - 11:08 AM

Sprint Cup regular Michael McDowell (No. 95 Chevrolet SS), driving the Richard Childress Racing No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro, won the Road America 180, his first victory in 94 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races.

This is his second top-10 finish in five NXS races at Road America. Brendan Gaughan (second) posted his third top-10 finish in five races at Road America. It is his 12th top-10 finish in 2016. Brennan Poole (third), making his first start at Road America, was the highest finishing Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender. Elliott Sadler leads the NXS Championship standings by 47 points over Daniel Suarez.
Aug 27 - 8:34 PM

Brett Moffitt (No. 11 Red Horse Racing Toyota Tundra) won the Careers for Veterans 200, his first victory in six NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.

This is his third top-10 finish in 2016. It is his first victory and first top-10 finish in two races at Michigan International Speedway (MIS). Timothy Peters (second) posted his seventh top-10 finish in ten races at MIS. Daniel Hemric (third) posted his second top-10 finish in two races at MIS. William Byron (fourth) was the highest finishing rookie. Byron leads the NCWTS point standings by 36 points over Daniel Hemric.
Aug 27 - 7:49 PM

Denny Hamlin posted the fastest single lap in final practice for the Pure Michigan 400 with a speed of 197.878 mph.

Hamlin qualified third so there was not much concern about his overall speed. However, he was only 11th-fast in practice one and 17th in the second session.
Aug 27 - 12:18 PM

With 34 minutes remaining in final practice for the Pure Michigan 400, Denny Hamlin spun off turn four and damaged his Toyota slightly in the grass. He will probably not need to go to a backup.

Hamlin had the fastest single lap in this practice session with a speed of 197.878 mph. The new low down force package is going to play havoc with drivers in race trim and this was a great example of why.
Aug 27 - 11:52 AM

John Wes Townley (No. 05 Jive Communications/Zaxby's Chevrolet Silverado) won the Keystone Light Pole Award for the Careers for Veterans 200 Presented by The Cooper Standard Foundation & Brad Keselowski's Checkered Flag Foundation with a lap of 183.697 mph.

This is his second pole in 104 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races. It is his second pole and fifth top-10 start in 2016 and his first pole in four races at Michigan International Speedway (MIS). Matt Crafton (second) posted his eighth top-10 start of 2016 and his eighth in 15 races at MIS. William Byron (third) posted his 11th top-10 start in 14 races this season.
Aug 27 - 11:19 AM




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