NASCAR fans discuss not being careful late in Nashville

GT Chase Elliott celebrates his victory at the Nashville Superspeedway. The Ally 400 at the Nashville Superspeedway finished late with Chase Elliott winning his second race of the year. Fans in the stands cheered the four-times most popular driver, but viewers had some strong words about NASCAR’s failure to throw a warning sign with several laps remaining. The debate began after the final restart on the 1.33 mile course. Elliott was in front when Kurt Bosch tried to chase him, but two other drivers caught the attention of NBC cam…

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Incoming suspensions for RFK races after Nashville

GT Chris Bucher will miss three crew members for four races. Chris Buescher’s 17th team will be without three crew members for a crucial period of the Cup Series’ regular season. RFK Racing lost a wheel during the trip to the Nashville Superspeedway, resulting in an automatic suspension. The accident occurred in the middle of the Green Flag pit stop on June 26. The #17 Ford Mustang slid into a wall with 46 laps remaining. Once Buescher moved away from the wall, his state continued to roll. He kept moving…

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Petty GMS Motorsports Contract Extension ‘Termination’ 1

GT Eric Jones said he is close to signing his deal with Petty GMS Motorsports. The ridiculous season went into full effect after Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Martin Truex Jr. signed new contracts ahead of the Ally 400 Cup Series at the Nashville Superspeedway. Now Petty GMS Motorsports is ending an extension of its own. Eric Jones, driver of the #43 GMS Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro, met with members of the NASCAR media on June 25 and provided an update on his situation. He explained that he and the “Cup Series”…

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NASCAR Makes Nashville Racing Change With Storm Fears

GT NASCAR has made a schedule change for the Nashville Superspeedway. The Ally 400 Cup Series race at the Nashville Superspeedway will begin earlier than expected on June 26. NASCAR has moved in time due to concerns that a storm will move in and cause delays. And the competent authority on penalties announced hours before the start of the seventeenth race of the regular season. The order to start the engines will be carried out at 5:01 p.m. ET, and the green flag will wave at 5:11 p.m. ET. NBC…

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The cup series owner has been set to compete in an alternate series

GT Justin Marks (right) will compete in the Camping World SRX Series. One of the owners of the NASCAR Cup Series is about to take on a new challenge. Trackhouse Racing owner Justin Marks will compete in the Camping World Series SRX during the race at Stafford Motor Speedway. Trackhouse Racing and the SRX Series announced the news on June 25. They revealed that Marks, a driver who starts across several series, will replace Helio Castroneves for the July 2 race at Stafford Motor Speedway. The reason is that a…

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Xfinity Series engines overcome vomiting and sore feet

GT Xfinity Series drivers dealt with major heat issues at the Nashville Superspeedway. The NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers set out at the Nashville Superspeedway on June 25 in a race featuring a heat index of 100. The weather played a major role as the drivers vomited on themselves, their feet were sore, and got extra attention from medical staff. Noah Gragson, driver of the #9 JR Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro, provided an early look at heat-related issues. He was holding an Xfinity camera, which revealed that temperatures in the car were…

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Qualifying accident disrupts NASCAR weekend Kyle Busch

GT Kyle Busch will have to recover from an accident in the playoffs. The #18 seed driver has some serious work to do on June 26th. Kyle Busch will have to start back in the field for the Ally 400 Cup Series after an accident in qualifying prevented him from finishing his lap. The accident occurred when Bush tried to score a solid time and reach the second round of the playoffs at the Nashville Superspeedway. Turning during his lap in qualifying, he propped up the #18 Joe Gibbs Racing…

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Trevor Payne takes a fresh approach to 2023

GT Trevor Payne has a fresh approach to securing a future opportunity. Trevor Bayne has just completed his fifth Xfinity Series start with Joe Gibbs Racing, and has only three left in his 2023 part-time schedule. However, the former Daytona 500 winner is taking a fresh approach to securing more work. Dale Earnhardt Jr. revealed during the USA Network broadcast of the Tennessee Lottery 250 that Bayne is making a major effort off the track. He is inviting the owners of the Xfinity series to pursue potential opportunities for the…

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Matt DeBendetto kicks off after truck chain ‘stupidity’

GT Matt DeBendetto is not happy with the truck chain drivers. The driver of the #25 Rackley WAR Chevrolet Silverado is not happy with his fellow competitors. Matt DiBenedetto made some angry comments about “stupidity” at the Camping World Truck series after he finished his night’s early wreck at the Nashville Superspeedway. “Stupidity. I don’t know what someone has in mind to go,” I’ll go for four points at the bottom when entering [Turn] 3 “Where you have a straight angle for all of us, and you’re carrying some good…

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Joey Logano predicts some NASCAR winning streaks

GT Joey Logano predicted some winning streak. The Cup Series season is 16 races deep, and there have been 12 different winners. Joey Logano is one of the four to hit Victory Lane multiple times, and he expects to see one team achieve five or six more wins before the end of the season. The 2018 Cup Series champ voiced that view on June 24 at the Nashville Superspeedway. He explained that the gap between teams is smaller than in past years, but said that good teams will eventually make…

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