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  • Austin Dillon snags sentimental ride, Daytona 500 pole

    DAYTONA BEACH — Austin Dillon woke up around 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, watched a movie, ate a burger wrap, walked out to the garage and put on his firesuit.
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. takes Daytona victory lap on Letterman, other shows

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. takes Daytona victory lap on Letterman, other shows
    Dale Earnhardt Jr. is enjoying the ride. Late Show with David Letterman? Check. Good Morning America? Check ESPN? Check. The media blitz has been a bit of a magical mystery tour for Earnhardt, who has had little time for anything else other than...

    Mark Martin is perfect super sub for Tony Stewart

    Mark Martin is perfect super sub for Tony Stewart
    Mark Martin, the Methuselah of NASCAR, is back in business full-time for Stewart-Haas Racing. That's a compliment, my friends. Forget his age. Martin is one of the coolest cats in the NASCAR garage. At 54, Martin has the body of a 30-something...

    Kurt Busch joins Stewart, Danica to complete NASCAR Dream Team

    Meet Kurt Busch, Tony Stewart, Danica Patrick and Kevin Harvick. They will be the NASCAR Dream Team of 2014. This is going to be good, kiddos. Busch officially joined ranks with Stewart-Haas Racing on Tuesday, which also officially makes them the most...

    Kurt Busch's star-power trumps Ryan Newman's steady NASCAR résumé

    Kurt Busch's star-power trumps Ryan Newman's steady NASCAR résumé
    HAMPTON, Ga. — Kurt Busch and Ryan Newman are crossing paths on the track, an inadvertent crash dictated by the business of stock-car racing. Busch moves ahead with purpose. He has a plan and a cozy future. Newman is stuck in neutral, not...