• Saturday's Xfinity Series race director went from complaining about cautions to calling them in 6 years
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    Saturday's Xfinity Series race director went from complaining about cautions to calling them in 6 years

    Not that long ago, NASCAR official Jusan Hamilton was watching NASCAR as a fan. If you’re familiar with NASCAR, you know fan complaints about NASCAR and caution-flag conspiracies aren’t uncommon. In 2010, Denny Hamlin was fined by the sanctioning body for publicly questioning the legitimacy of a debris caution during a race he won at Michigan.

  • Power Rankings: Just like Sunday, everyone's chasing Kyle Larson
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    Power Rankings: Just like Sunday, everyone's chasing Kyle Larson

    Kyle Larson couldn’t be caught Sunday. As always, Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. Larson is pulling a Kevin Harvick with his domination of the Cup Series through the first five weeks of the season.

  • Bristol Motor Speedway to give Food City 500 tickets to victims of November wildfires
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    Bristol Motor Speedway to give Food City 500 tickets to victims of November wildfires

    Thousands of people continue to rebuild their lives following last November’s devastating wildfires in east Tennessee. Many lost everything, including their homes, cars, businesses and possessions, particularly in the Gatlinburg and Sevierville areas. Many victims were left with just the clothes they were wearing at the time they fled the fires, which charred over 17,000 acres, claimed 14 lives and injured nearly 200. The folks at Bristol Motor Speedway are reaching out to give those impacted by the fires a few hours of enjoyment and try to bring some smiles back on their faces. The track announced Monday that, in conjunction with the Dollywood Foundation’s “My People Fund,” it will give away