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posted SEPTEMBER 24, 2018

ESPN.com
Top-25 drivers' plans for 2019 uncertain in NASCAR's Silly Season and
Frustrated Denny Hamlin likely needs a win to advance in Cup playoffs by Bob Pockrass

Autoweek
Jimmie Johnson's NASCAR title hopes fade despite top-10 finish at Richmond by Al Pearce

Frontstretch
Thinkin' Out Loud: Kyle Busch Sweeps Up at Richmond by Mike Neff;
Up to Speed: Aric Almirola Exceeding Playoff Expectations by Bryan Gable;
Pace Laps: NASCAR's Triple Threat, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Highlight Richmond's Playoff Debut by the Frontstretch Staff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2018 Federated Auto Parts 400 by Amy Henderson

Inside Circle Track
Did Ross Chastain do enough? by Richard Allen

Motor Racing Network
Richmond Checkered, Black Flags by Pete Pistone

Motorsports
NASCAR Truck driver Cody Coughlin out at GMS Racing by Jim Utter;
Which playoff drivers are in danger of being eliminated at the Roval? by Nick DeGroot

NBC Sports
Cup teams testing Monday, Tuesday at Kansas Speedway and
GMS Racing replaces Cody Coughlin in No. 2 Truck and
Silly Season: Daniel Suarez could hold key to what happens next by Dustin Long

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Post-Richmond NASCAR Cup silly season update by John Haverlin

Racin Today
The Road Is About To Get Bumpy In Cup Playoffs by Deb Williams


posted SEPTEMBER 23, 2018

ESPN.com
Alive and well: Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex finish 1-2-3 by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Kyle Busch wins NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Richmond by Hank Kurz

Cup Scene
Kyle Busch charges from the back of the field to win at Richmond and
YRB was MIA at Richmond and
The ROVAL: NASCAR's grand experiment about to become reality by Greg Engle

Frontstretch
Kyle Busch Gets 50th Win at Richmond After Battle With Kevin Harvick and Brad Keselowski by Michael Finley;
Austin Dillon On Top 10 at Richmond: 'We Just Gotta Keep it Up' by Davey Segal;
Denny Hamlin Struggles at Home Track, Faces Must-Win At Charlotte by Michael Massie;
Joey Logano Upbeat Despite Quiet Night in Richmond by Zach Catanzareti;
Martin Truex Jr. Feels Richmond Owes Him One by Dustin Albino

JeffGluck.com
The Top Five: Breaking down the Richmond playoff race

Kickin' The Tires
Summer's Five Things: What You Need To Know For September 23, 2018 by Summer Bedgood

LASTCAR
Gray Gaulding hands car #52 its first Cup Series last-place finish since 1996 and
Morgan Shepherd helps a fellow driver before a short night in Richmond by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Richmond Rear-View Mirror and
Busch Scores Sixth Richmond Win by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Martin Truex Jr. rallies from pit penalty to finish third at Richmond by Tim Southers;
Kyle Busch fends off Kevin Harvick at Richmond for 50th Cup win and
Kevin Harvick: "I needed about 25 more laps" to pass Kyle Busch by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Short Track Bridesmaid Once Again for Truex after Pit Penalty and
Elliott Inside Cutoff Heading into The Roval after Finishing Fourth by Luis Torres

NBC Sports
Denny Hamlin on another mediocre finish: 'We were just bad all day' by Nate Ryan;
Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski duel adds spice to playoffs by Dustin Long;
Kyle Busch wins Richmond Cup race after starting from rear and
Pit problems once again derail Martin Truex Jr. at Richmond by Daniel McFadin

Racer
Hamlin disappointed in results as elimination looms and
Truex continues title defense by reaching Round of 12by Kelly Crandall

USA Today
Kyle Busch wins NASCAR Cup Series playoff race at Richmond to secure spot in second round by Ellen Horrow


posted SEPTEMBER 22, 2018

ESPN.com
NASCAR at Richmond Raceway: starting lineup breakdown and
Ryan Newman to drive Roush Fenway's No. 6 car next season by Bob Pockrass

Frontstretch
XFINITY Breakdown: Christopher Bell Sweeps the Season at Richmond, Dale Earnhardt Jr. Still has It by Dustin Albino;
Ty Majeski Frustrated After Accident with Teammate in Richmond by Zach Catanzareti;
Get The Broom: Christopher Bell Sweeps XFINITY Richmond Races by Michael Finley;
Ross Chastain Closes Book on CGR Chapter with Runner-Up Davey Segal and
2018 Frontstretch Cup: Federated Auto Parts 400 by the Frontstretch Staff

Motor Racing Network
Bell Strikes First in Playoffs and
Harvick Takes Richmond Pole by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Kevin Harvick edges Hamlin for Richmond Cup pole and
Chase Elliott believes playoff field is "as strong as it's ever been" by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Chastain: 'I Hope I Did Enough' After Ending Stint with Ganassi in Second by Luis Torres

NBC Sports
Daniel Suarez trying to find his place in Silly Season by Dustin Long;
Christopher Bell wins Richmond Xfinity race; Dale Jr. places fourth and
Kevin Harvick wins Cup pole at Richmond by Daniel McFadin and
Matt Kenseth feels comfortable with his future beyond this season by Dustin Long

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Custer and Gaulding, once K&N rivals, join Rick Ware Racing as teammates at Richmond by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Ryan Newman to Drive for Roush-Fenway in 2019by Roger Holtsclaw

Speedway Media
Christopher Bell wins at Richmond, advances to next round of playoffs by Michelle Lippold

USA Today
Richmond race could hold the key to NASCAR playoff advancement by Ellen Horrow


posted SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

ESPN.com
Ryan Newman to drive for Roush Fenway Racing in 2019 season and
NASCAR drivers, families join Hurricane Florence relief and
NASCAR Xfinity series title would be ideal end to Elliott Sadler's career by Bob Pockrass

Charlotte Observer
Israeli NASCAR driver hopes to show his country in a new light by Brendan Marks

Frontstretch
Massie's Minute: Stroker Ace Was Born to Race 35 Years Too Soon by Michael Massie;
4 Burning Questions: Dewar Out, Phelps In...More Change Coming? by Michael Finley;
Fire on Fridays: Bring NASCAR Championship Week Back to New York by Joseph Wolkin;
NASCAR 101: Other Drivers Who've Come Out of Retirement to Race Again by Kevin Rutherford;
Friday Faceoff: Who's in Playoff Danger?

Inside Circle Track
Hendrick Motorsports on unfamiliar ground in the NASCAR Playoffs by Richard Allen

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Road America's outgoing president has some ideas how to make NASCAR better by Dave Kallman

Motor Racing Digest
Dale Earnhardt Jr. returns to racing at Richmond Raceway by Matt Lovisa

Motor Racing Network
Harvick Looks to Rebound by Pete Pistone;
Richmond Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin

Motorsport
NASCAR Roundtable: Can Dale Jr. win in his racing return?;
Sadler expects an emotional return to Richmond by Kenny Bruce

NBC Sports
Reports: Ryan Newman headed to drive No. 6 for Roush Fenway by Nate Ryan;
Friday 5: A final quest at a 'childhood dream' and
Racing community mourns death of sprint car driver Greg Hodnett by Dustin Long;
Dale Jr. Download: Dale talks return to racing at Richmond by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Haverlin's Hot Take: Alon Day says NASCAR gaining popularity in Europe, but how much? by John Haverlin

Race Fans Forever
Thoughts and Memories from an Aging Mind by PattyKay Lilley

Racin Today
Crowded Xfinity Series Set To Begin Playoffs by Deb Williams

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Dale Earnhardt Jr. excited, and a bit anxious, about driving Friday night at Richmond Raceway by Randy Hallman

Speedway Media
Hot 20 - Richmond's good ole rock and roll road show, gotta go, Saturday night, Saturday night by Ron Thornton


posted SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

ESPN.com
Can NASCAR's race team alliances last long term, be mutually beneficial? by Bob Pockrass

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR names Steve Phelps as new president; his predecessor is is moving to new role by Brendan Marks

Frontstretch
Daily Fantasy NASCAR FanDuel Forecast: Federated Auto Parts 400 by Corey Brewer;
Eyes on XFINITY: Previewing the Playoffs by Dustin Albino;
Truckin' Thursdays: Justin Fontaine Hanging Up His Helmet at Season's End by Beth Lunkenheimer;
2-Headed Monster: Should The Cup Series Return To Rockingham Speedway? by Frontstretch Staff

Motorsport
Steve Phelps promoted to NASCAR president, Brent Dewar steps down
and
Yes, that was Jimmie Johnson up front in the Vegas playoff opener by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Jimmie Johnson feels 'calmness' about NASCAR leadership changes by Nate Ryan;
How Dale Earnhardt Jr. reignited Justin Allgaier's competitive fire and
Steve Phelps named NASCAR President, Brent Dewar taking advisory role and
Jimmie Johnson to drive rookie paint scheme in Cup season finale by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks..... Hailie Deegan by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever
Follow the Races at Richmond This Weekend Then Return in October for the "Clash" by Frank Buhrman;
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #88 - The Bump and Grind by Matt McLaughlin

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Jones hoping youth will be served in NASCAR's playoffs by Paul Woody;
Keselowski adds himself to Cup championship mix by Randy Hallman;
Fast Thoughts for Sept. 20: Time for the fans to show their appreciation to Richmond Raceway by Chris Wilbers

Skirts and Scuffs
Justin Allgaier's Best Year Ever by Lisa Janine Cloud




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