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NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES RETURNS TO ESPN

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing coming to ESPN for second half of season; Ford EcoBoost 400 will be telecast live, flag-to-flag on ESPN Sunday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. EDT

Related Topics: Dale Jarrett, Andy Petree, Rusty Wallace, Homestead-Miami Speedway, 2012 Ford EcoBoost 400, 2012 Ford Championship Weekend

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ESPN’s Live NASCAR Race Coverage Takes Checkered Flag

After 28 years and 398 races, ESPN’s live telecasts of NASCAR Sprint Cup racing took the checkered flag Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway with the telecast of the 2014 season finale. Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship.

Related Topics: Michigan International Speedway

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Like Father, Not Like Son for Steve Wallace

Steve Wallace, NASCAR Busch driver of the No. 66, HomeLife Communities/Dodge Motorsports Dodge is the first to admit he's nothing like his father - former NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver Rusty Wallace." Complete Preseason Thunder Coverage

 

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South Carolina Legends Ready to Head to Hall of Fame

Already long linked by their hometowns and distinguished place as NASCAR legends, David Pearson and Bud Moore are now mentioned in the same breath for another reason. As revealed last October, the two Spartanburg, S.C., natives are set to enter the NASCAR Hall of Fame together this May as part of the second five-member class.

Related Topics: Darlington Raceway, 2011 SHOWTIME Southern 500, Bud Moore, David Pearson

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Intimidator Ruled Through the Years at Darlington

Probably never has there been a tougher race car driver than the late Dale Earnhardt. Probably never has there been a tougher track than Darlington Raceway. No wonder the driver known as the “Man in Black” and the track often dubbed the “Lady in Black” had such an enduring love affair.

Related Topics: Dale Earnhardt, Darlington Raceway, 2011 SHOWTIME Southern 500

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Ward Burton Is Back, Knows Making Daytona 500 Will Be A Challenge

After sitting out the 2005 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series season and only competing in three races late in 2006, Ward Burton, the 2002 Daytona 500 champion, is making his return in 2007 driving the No. 4 State Water Heaters Chevrolet for Morgan-McClure Motorsports. Complete Coverage

 

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