Ross Chastain not worried about ‘payback’

GT Ross Chastain addressed the potential payoff. There are many drivers who have talked about “payback” during the 2022 NASCAR Series Cup season. Trackhouse Racing’s Ross Chastain has heard the comments directed at him, but he’s not worried. The driver of the #1 Chevrolet Camaro made the comments during a press conference at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He explained that the entire summer has been a learning experience for him and that he is now approaching the races differently than he did earlier in the year. He also detailed his focus during…

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Chasing Elliott has strong words after the clincher struggles

GT Chase Elliott wasn’t happy with his performance. Hendrick Motorsports driver Chase Elliott finished 21st at Las Vegas Motor Speedway without any stage points. This continued in a series of struggles during the Cup Series qualifiers, and he responded with strong words. “I did a really bad job all weekend,” Elliott told NBC Sports after getting out of the No. 9 Chevrolet. “Not driving the car as it needs to be driven, and not giving the information to fix it. Poor effort all round on my behalf. “If you do…

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Decisive Scenarios for the NASCAR Round of 12 Pieces Race

GT Ryan Blaney sits in a strong position entering the weekend at Roval. There is only one race left in Round 12 of the NASCAR Cup Series. The drivers will face Charlotte Roval on October 9, and Ryan Blaney will top the list of those who can win early on points. According to notes provided by NASCAR Media, Blaney could snatch his spot in the eighth round with just 21 points. If he finishes 16th without scoring any stage points, he will achieve that goal. He can also do this…

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Cup Series drivers ready for the most important playoff race

GT NASCAR drivers prepare for the Texas Motor Speedway. The NASCAR Cup Series drivers are about to start Round 12, but they’re uncomfortable. Only one can win at Texas Motor Speedway, the hottest track at the moment. Texas is not a track that people initially circled around as the highlight of the playoffs. They’re an intermediate group early in the 10-week schedule, and they’ve struggled to deliver the best fights since they were re-formed in 2017. The reason this path is important is how other events are set up. The…

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Austin Cendrick follows in the footsteps of Chase Elliott

GT Austin Cendrick reached the Round of 12 as a rookie. The Round of 16 ended on September 17 with four Cup Series drivers being eliminated from the competition for the championship. Austin Cendrick avoided the proverbial axe, and followed in the footsteps of another New Year’s winner. Cendric made his way to the round of 12 with two points. He became the first junior player since the 2016 season to pass the first round of playoffs. Chase Elliott was the last rookie to do so, and he accomplished the…

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Debris and mechanical problems rock the Xfinity Playoff Arena

GT Ryan Seig (right) is the 2022 playoff driver. The regular season of the NASCAR Xfinity Series ended at Bristol Motor Speedway on September 16th. This final race turned out in a wild way with competitors derailed due to shipwrecks and a mechanical issue. The Kaulig Racing drivers initially appeared in the last two places in qualifying. Daniel Hemrick was 37 points above the cut-off while his teammate Landon Cassel was 19 points higher. Ryan Sage (-19), Sheldon Creed (-32) and Brandon Brown (-119) were the drivers in close range…

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NASCAR releases complete schedule for 2023 Cup Series

GT NASCAR Cup Series drivers race on the Auto Club Speedway. Dates and locations are set for the 2023 Cup Series season. NASCAR has dropped the full list of events, which includes a one-week off week and the first-ever All-Star race at North Wilkesboro Speedway. NASCAR dropped the full schedule on September 14 and set the stage for a racing year. Teams will kick off the pre-season by heading to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the Busch Light Clash on Sunday, February 5, and then prepare for a trip…

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Appeals panel decides on Jeremy Clements’ sentence

GT Jeremy Clements is back in the Xfinity Series Playoffs again. The National Motorsports Appeals Committee has made a final decision on the penalties for Jeremy Clements Racing. The panel eliminated the penalties and brought the number 51 back into the Xfinity Series qualifiers. “The National Motorsports Appeals Committee today heard and considered the appeal for the L2 penalty issued on August 30, 2022, to driver Jeremy Clements, team owner Tony Clements and Chief Crew Chief Mark Setzer in the NASCAR Xfinity Series,” the statement stated. “The penalty relates to…

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Only one driver avoided disqualification before Bristol

GT Christopher Bell (front) leads on points, heading to Bristol. The season of the NASCAR Cup Series continues to intrigue. There is only one race left in the Round of 16, but only one driver has fired his ticket to the Round of 12. Christopher Bell, driver of the #20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry, secured his place in the next round with a solid day of points at Kansas Speedway. He won stage one, finished second on stage two, and third overall behind Bubba Wallace and Denny Hamlin. This…

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Chase Elliott’s match schedule begins with DNF

GT Chase Elliott started the playoffs with DNF. The NASCAR Cup Series Regular Season Champion will need all of his Bonus Points to avoid disqualification. Chase Elliott started qualifying in 2022 by crashing into a wall and heading to the garage after falling victim to a DVP clock. The accident occurred with three laps remaining in the opening stage of the South 500. Elliott lost control of the #9 Chevrolet Camaro and bounced off the outer wall. Slide around the bend before hitting the outer wall again and collecting the…

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