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Christopher Bell slidejobs Erik Jones to win the Kansas Lottery 300!

Stage Winners:
1 - Erik Jones (20)
2 - Erik Jones (20)

Results:
1: Christopher Bell (18)*
2: Tyler Reddick (42)
3: Ryan Blaney (22)*
4: William Byron (9)^
5: Justin Allgaier (7)^
6: Austin Dillon (2)*
7: Elliott Sadler (1)^
8: Matt Tifft (19)^
9: Ty Dillon (3)*
10: Ryan Reed (16)
11: Brandon Jones (33)
12: Brennan Poole (48)
13: Brendan Gaughan (62)
14: Michael Annett (5)
15: Erik Jones (20)*
16: Dylan Lupton (42)
17: Ross Chastain (4)
18: Daniel Hemric (21)^
19: Cole Custer (00)^
20: J.J. Yeley (14)
21: Spencer Gallagher (23)
22: Quin Houff (46)
23: Blake Koch (11)
24: Harrison Rhodes (01)
25: Jeremy Clements (51)
26: Ryan Sieg (39)
27: David Starr (99)
28: Garrett Smithley (0)
29: Mario Gosselin (90)
30: Joey Gase (52)
31: Bobby Earnhardt (40)
32: B.J. McLeod (8)
33: Spencer Boyd (07)
34: Josh Berry (55)
35: Jennifer Jo Cobb (78)
36: Timmy Hill (13)
37: Morgan Shepherd (89)
38: Reed Sorenson (15)*
39: Gray Gaulding (93)*
40: Jeff Green (38)
[40 Cars]

#NASCAR #KSL300 #KansasSpeedway #ChristopherBell #KansasLottery300 #JoeGibbsRacing

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Cunningham Motorsports announced this weekend, that they were closing their doors. The ARCA Racing team, fielded two full-time cars in Dalton Sargeant and Shane Lee, with a part time car shared by Ty Majeski and Austin Cindric. The team had several major alliances, including Team Penske, Roush Fenway Racing and Ford Performance. Cunningham won 38 times in the ARCA Series, plus the 2016 Championship with Chase Briscoe.

#ARCA #ARCARacing #CunninghamMotorsports #ChaseBriscoe #TyMajeski #AustinCindric #ShaneLee #FordPerformance #BigTine
Kurt Busch has locked up his contract with Stewart-Haas Racing, finally. The 39-year old, has been with the team since 2014, and has achieved 5 victories over the 4 seasons. However, 2017 was possibly his worst with the team. Despite winning the Daytona 500, the first for himself, as well as car owner, Tony Stewart, his season had only 6 Top 5’s. Busch couldn’t advance past the Round of 16 in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Playoffs, after only one Top 20, in the round. Busch also qualified the fastest, ever, in a NASCAR Cup car at Texas Motor Speedway, last month, with an average speed of 200.915MPH.

Busch’s re-sign with the team, however, only lasts a single season, which could open the door for Cole Custer to join Cup organization for 2019. Custer has 2 wins in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and a single victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, his Xfinity win, coming in the final race of this season. Custer has been announced to return to the Xfinity team, full-time for 2018, and is a member of the HAAS Developmental team. His father, Joe Custer, is the chief operating officer at Haas’ F1 team, after being with the NASCAR team for years.

#NASCAR #StewartHaasRacing #KurtBusch #SHR #HaasAutomation #Outlaw #KB41 #SHRFordward
John Hunter Nemechek will join the Chip Ganassi Racing team in 2018, for their Xfinity Series team. The unkept secret, will become official, as early as Tuesday. Ganassi’s team is expected to run only one full-time car in the 2018 season, with Kyle Larson, and John Hunter sharing the No. 42 Camaro. Nemechek will be replacing Tyler Reddick and Justin Marks, the No. 42’s fill-in driver, as Reddick goes to JR Motorsports to replace defending champ, William Byron, in the Armour Foods No. 9 Camaro, and Marks heads to Michael Shank Racing in IMSA, to compete full-time. Nemechek has 5 victories, in his 76 starts, with his family owned, NEMCO Motorsports. John Hunter stated several times, via Instagram, that the team would not shut down their operations, opening up the Nos. 8 and 87 Silverados, for 2018, as John Hunter raced the No. 8 full-time, and Joe Nemechek, along with others, driving the No. 87 part-time. According to sources, the team is in the process of locking up a driver for ‘18, along with sponsors, and John Hunter plans on racing a few Truck series events.

#NASCAR #JohnHunterNemechek #JHN #JohnHunter #NEMCOMotorsports #ChipGanassiRacing #KyleLarson #Chevy #Camaro
2017 Best Moments. No. 3.

With a luck caution, Ryan Newman's crew chief, Luke Lambert, called the No. 31 to stay out. Newman held off Kyle Larson and a pack of cars with fresh rubbers to get his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup win since 2013, and first with Richard Childress Racing.

#NASCAR #RyanNewman #CampingWorld500 #ITPNMoments2017 #RCR #RichardChildressRacing #LukeLambert
Jack Harvey and Michael Shank Racing have reunited for the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. The 24-year old Brit, competed with the team in this season's Indianapolis 500 with help from Andretti Autosport in the No. 50 Honda, ending 31st, after being involved in an accident. After Mikhail Aleshin, was kicked from the Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports No. 7 Honda, Harvey filled in for the final two races of the season, at Watkins Glen and Sonoma, finishing 14th and 18th, respectively.

Harvey previously raced with SPM in the Indy Lights 2014 and 2015 seasons, finishing runner-up both seasons. Harvey racked up 6 wins, along with 5 poles.

In 2018, Harvey will return to Michael Shank Racing with help from Schmidt-Peterson, in the No. 60 Honda to compete in 6 races on the circuit, beginning at the season opener at the Grand Prix of St. Pete. Other races include, Long Beach, Indianapolis and Sonoma with two races yet to be announced.

SiriusXM and AutoNation, who sponsored Harvey for all 3 races in 2017, will support Harvey for all 6 in 2018.

#IndyCar #VerizonIndyCar #IsItMayYet #Indianapolis500 #Indy500 #JackHarvey #IndianapolisMotorSpeedway #AutoNation #SiriusXM #SchmidtPetersonMotorsports #MichaelShankRacing
Here's a preview of the two Roush Fenway Racing primary schemes for 2018. Fastenal and AdvoCare will return to the Fusion's as primary sponsors.

#NASCAR #TrevorBayne #RickyStenhouseJr #RFRDriven #RoushFenway #RoushFenwayRacing #ITPNSchemePreview
The Click N' Close No. 43 Richard Petty car driven by Bubba Wallace will be on the brand new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

#NASCAR #BubbaWallace #RPM #RichardPetty #RichardPettyMotorsports #TheKing #ClickNClose #Chevrolet #Camaro #CamaroZL1
Several reports have stated that Richard Petty Motorsports is switching to Chevrolet for the 2018 season, with alliance with Richard Childres Racing. Darrell Wallace, Jr. still only has sponsorship for 5 of the 37 weekends scheduled in 2018.

#NASCAR #DarrellWallace #DarrellWallaceJr #RichardPettyMotorsports #RichardChildressRacing #RCR #RPM #Chevrolet #TeamChevy #AustinDillon #RyanNewman
Rheem and Ruud, have announced that the company will move to Joe Gibbs Racing for 2018, to join Ryan Preece and Christopher Bell on their No. 18 and 20 Camrys.

#NASCAR #Rheem #Ruud #ChristopherBell #RyanPreece #JoeGibbsRacing #JGR #ToyotaRacing #Toyota #Camry #ToyotaCamry
BREAKING: Marco Andretti will leave the main team of Andretti Autosport, replacing Alexander Rossi in the Bryan Herta Andretti Motorsports No. 98 Honda.

Rossi will bring NAPA Auto for 10 races to Andretti's No. 27 Honda.

#IndyCar #AlexanderRossi #MarcoAndretti #Andretti #AndrettiAutosport #NAPAAutoParts #NAPA #Honda #AndrettiHonda
2017 Best Moments. No. 2.

Kurt Busch conquers Plate Racing. Kurt Busch was 0-63 in his restrictor plate, in terms on Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Point Races. To his credit, Busch has won the 2011 Clash and the 2012 Xfinity Summer Race at Daytona. Busch's failure to succeed at the plate tracks, were definite head lines around the media, but Busch crushed those stats, with a fuel-mileage win, after an incredible pass on Kyle Larson on the white flag of this season's Daytona 500. Larson blocked Busch down low through turns 1 and 2, and Busch juked out Larson by swriving to high lane, as Larson was running out of Sunoco Fuel. Larson's lack of caused stack-up behind, which gave Busch a 10-car length gap to Ryan Blaney, exiting turn 4. The win came in Stewart-Haas Racing's first start with Ford and Roush-Yates Engines, after leaving Chevrolet and Hendrick Engines.

#NASCAR #KurtBusch #Daytona500 #Daytona #Speedweeks #StewartHaasRacing #SHRFORDward
User Image inthepitsnews Posted: Dec 5, 2017 10:42 PM (UTC)

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1982 and 1985 NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion, Jack Ingram has been seriously injured in a car crash in Henderson, North Carolina. Ingram was driving his 2002 Chevrolet when he collided with a '99 Ford Pick-up. The Ford hit Ingram in the door. The incident happened this last Sunday. The family reports he his being treated by them.

Credit: Henderson, NC Report

#NASCAR #JackIngram #Xfinity #XfinitySeries #NASCARHOF #HOFer
2017 Best Moments. No. 1

Starting the 2017 Motorsport season, was the annual Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. The 2017 running, held on January 28th-29th, saw the 4-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Champion, Jeff Gordon compete for the second time, after competing in '07. Gordon would join Wayne Taylot Racing's No. 10 Cadillac with Ricky and Jordan Taylor, and Max Angelelli.

#IMSA #JeffGordon #MaxAngelelli #RickyTaylor #JordanTaylor #WayneTaylorRacing #24hoursofdaytona #ITPNMoments2017
Congratulations to Dale Earnhardt, Jr. on winning the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Most Popular Driver Award for the 15th consecutive season.
#NASCAR #DaleJr #DaleEarnhardtJr #JRNation
User Image inthepitsnews Posted: Dec 5, 2017 2:39 AM (UTC)

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Congratulations to Elliott Sadler and the JR Motorsports team on winning the 2017 NASCAR Xfinity Series Most Popular Driver award.

#NASCAR #ElliottSadler #JRMotorsports #NASCARXfinity #MPD #MostPopularDriver
Congratulations to Chase Briscoe and Brad Keselowski Racing on winning the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Most Popular Driver. This marks BKR's 2nd most consecutive MPD Award.

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Kyle Busch wins the 50th Snowball Derby at 5 Flags Speedway!

1: Kyle Busch (51)
2: Jeff Choquette (9C)
3: Bubba Pollard (26)
4: Harrison Burton (12)
5: Cassius Clark (13)
6: Casey Roderick (18)
7: Chandler Smith (26S)
8: Chase Purdy (81)
9: Raphael Lessard (99)
10: Brandon McReynolds (20)
11: Tyler Dippel (32)
12: Noah Gragson (18G)
13: Jeremy Doss (75)
14: Boris Jurkovic (53J)
15: Cole Butcher (53B)
16: Anthony Cataldi (00)
17: Ty Majeski (91)
18: Kyle Plott (4)
19: Christian Eckes (15)
20: Dan Fredrickson (36)
21: Kason Plott (19)
22: Jerry Artuso (5)
23: Spencer Davis (55)
24: Corey LaJoie (07)
25: Cole Rouse (46)
26: Dave Rogers (11R)
27: Chris Davidson (14)
28: Jake Crum (01)
29: Augie Grill (112)
30: Connor Okrzesik (14C)
31: Mason Mingus (5M)
32: Preston Peltier (48)
33: Derek Kraus (9K)
34: Donnie Wilson (2W)
35: Logan Boyett (11B)
36: Stephen Nasse (51N)
37: Garrett Jones (88)
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User Image inthepitsnews Posted: Dec 3, 2017 10:25 PM (UTC)

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ICYMI: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has been selected to be the Grand Marshall for the 60th running of the Daytona 500.

#NASCAR #DaleJr #DaleEarnhardtJr #Daytona500
User Image inthepitsnews Posted: Dec 3, 2017 1:18 AM (UTC)

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The 2011 Darlington Southern 500 Winner, Regan Smith has joined FOX Sports as a full-time pit reporter for 2018. Smith is a regular guest on FS1's NASCAR Race Hub, as well as joining Adam Alexander and Phil Parsons in the booth for this season's American Ethanol E15 250, at Iowa Speedway, in June.

#NASCAR #ReganSmith #FOXSports #FS1 #NASCARRaceHub #RaceHub