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This has upset a number of his followers.

The tweet was a response to a Muslim Nascar fan.

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Toyota re-stickers its existing NASCAR racer to resemble the 2018 Camry.

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He's been cleared by his doctors and is ready to race.

Earnhardt Jr. has fully recovered from his concussion.

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But with NASCAR's dwindling rating, disappointing ticket sales, and sponsorship woes, is now the right time for Dodge?

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It doesn't seem that Steve Harvey is involved, however.

The lawsuit accuses the sport of preventing African-American owned teams and drivers from competing.

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Turns out that converting a NASCAR race track into a college football stadium takes a lot of work.

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Jeff Gordon will race the No. 88 for Hendrick Motorsport this weekend at Darlington Raceway.

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Burnouts and donuts to the point of destruction might be at an end.

NASCAR drivers might need to curb their celebrations, as NASCAR is getting concerned that wild, tire-bursting burnouts could be used to cover up rule violations.

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Jeff Gordon to fill in at Watkins Glen and Bristol.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will miss at least four races after a relatively harmless looking crash.

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"In my 35 years of racing, I've never experienced anything like that," said Cope. "It blew up in my face."

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Wish you could see the legend run one more race? It might happen.

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Sonoma Raceway, one of NASCAR's two road-courses, shows that occasionally going right can be just as exciting as going left.

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Le Mans finally catches up to NASCAR.

The SAFER Barrier – widely used in American oval racing – makes its European debut at the Le Mans 24 Hours Test Day this Sunday.

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Steven Soderbergh will work some of his Ocean's Eleven magic with a race as the backdrop.

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NASCAR comes to Forza Motorsport 6.

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For those of us who can't afford the care and feeding of a real racecar, a good computer racing simulator is the next best thing.

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NASCAR has a new format for its all-star race.

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Jessi and Patrick experience the thrill of NASCAR at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The List hosts Jessi Combs and Patrick McIntyre head to the Richard Petty Driving Experience at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to feel the thrill of driving a NASCAR-style stock car with over 600 horsepower at speeds up to 165 miles per hour.

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What else did you expect?

Fittingly sponsored, the Geico 500 is the worst racing you'll see all year. Unless you like crashes, in which case this is the Wrestlemania of NASCAR.

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