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Regan Smith

Regan Smith, of Cato, New York, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He drives the #78 Furniture Row Chevrolet Impala for Furniture Row racing. In 2008 Smith was the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year.
Regan Smith, of Cato, New York, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He drives the #78 Furniture Row Chevrolet Impala for Furniture Row racing. In 2008 Smith was the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year. « Show less

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  • Kenseth holds off Larson; Penske wins owner's title

    Kenseth holds off Larson; Penske wins owner's title By NASCAR Wire Service Distributed for The Sports Xchange HOMESTEAD, Fla. -- Charging away from a pack of pursuers on the final restart, Matt Kenseth scored his first NASCAR Nationwide Series win...
  • Keselowski wins, Elliott takes title

    The Sports Xchange Keselowski wins, Elliott takes title By Seth Livingstone, NASCAR News Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange AVONDALE, Ariz. -- Brad Keselowski took advantage of a late-race caution to edge Kyle Busch for a Nationwide Series...
  • Chase Elliott clinches Nationwide title as youngest champion

    The Sports Xchange Chase Elliott clinches Nationwide title as youngest champion By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service Distributed for The Sports Xchange AVONDALE, Ariz. -- What do you do when you accomplish your goals a year early? That's a question...
  • Keselowski wins race; Elliott becomes youngest to clinch title

    AVONDALE, ARIZ. Racing hard paid off again for Brad Keselowski. And it didn't do badly for Chase Elliott, either. Keselowski, who received a lot of criticism for how he raced Jeff Gordon last weekend at Texas, passed Kyle Busch on the final lap of a...
  • Harvick feels at home at Phoenix

    The Sports Xchange Harvick feels at home at Phoenix Facing a win-or-else situation and given his druthers, Kevin Harvick would pick Phoenix International Raceway for the make-or-break ride. Harvick owns a series-best five wins at the one-mile tri-...
  • Phoenix showdown will be 'pretty crazy'

    The Sports Xchange Phoenix showdown will be 'pretty crazy' By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange So you thought Talladega was intense? Wait until Sunday, when the Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 at Phoenix...
  • Kyle Busch wins Nationwide, eye weekend sweep

    The Sports Xchange Kyle Busch wins Nationwide, eye weekend sweep By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange FORT WORTH, Texas -- Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage may need a broom as well as a pair of six-guns in...
  • For Keselowski, must-win again

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Special from NASCAR Wire Service For Keselowski, must-win again Less than two weeks ago, Brad Keselowski was the talk of NASCAR. The energetic driver pulled out an improbable victory in a "win or go home" situation at...
  • Rising star Chase Elliott and veteran Elliott Sadler among several drivers chasing Nationwide Series title

    RICHMOND — It was a day for the Elliotts in the media center at Richmond International Raceway on Thursday. Chase Elliott and Elliott Sadler dropped in to discuss the Nationwide Series prior to the Virginia529 College Savings 250 on Friday at RIR....
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. is enjoying prime time in his NASCAR career

    A NASCAR career on the upswing has Dale Earnhardt Jr. sounding content as he nears his 40th birthday. "I feel physically and mentally 10 years younger than that," Earnhardt said as he prepared for Sunday's Chase for the Sprint Cup opening race at...
  • Fatal incident further clouds Tony Stewart's bid for NASCAR's Chase

    Fatal incident further clouds Tony Stewart's bid for NASCAR's Chase
    The incident in which Tony Stewart's car struck and killed another driver further clouds Stewart's ability to qualify for this year's NASCAR title playoff. Stewart's car struck the driver, 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr., who was on foot on the track and...