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posted MAY 24, 2018

Who has been the biggest snub in NASCAR Hall of Fame history?;
Tony Stewart a near-lock for 2020 NASCAR Hall of Fame class and
Jeff Gordon, Davey Allison, Jack Roush, Roger Penske, Alan Kulwicki voted to NASCAR Hall of Fame by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Gordon, Roush, Penske headline NASCAR Hall of Fame class by Steve Reed

Auto Racing Daily
Some NASCAR Hall of Fame thoughts by Amanda Vincent

Charlotte Observer
How an ex-moonshiner and a city boy in a white suit introduced NASCAR to America by Tom Wolfe;
NASCAR threw a heckuva party last week. Maybe it needs more of these gimmicks. by ; by Tom Sorenson;
Who could win the Coca-Cola 600? Here are 3 favorites ... and 3 sleeper picks, too by Brendan Marks;
You have to see NASCAR star Austin Dillon's home to believe it. (Hint: It's a barn.) by Theoden Janes

Meet The NASCAR Hall Of Famer Who Took The Road Less Traveled by Dave Caldwell

Happiness Is: Packages, Miles & A FinaleBy Ava Huston Ladner;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR FanDuel Forecast: Coca-Cola 600By Corey Brewer;
2-Headed Monster: Should NASCAR Implement the All-Star Race Package For Other Races?By Frontstretch Staff;
Truckin' Thursdays: The Latest & The GreatestBy Frank Velat;
Eyes on XFINITY: Reviewing the Opening 10 Races of 2018By Dustin Albino

How I Got Here with Bob Pockrass

Motor Racing Network
Charlotte Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin

Jeff Gordon: "To go into the Hall of Fame is kind of surreal" and
Jeff Gordon leads 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame Class by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Richard Childress, Roger Penske want NASCAR to run All-Star package again by Dustin Long;
Alan Kulwicki: From 'Underbird' to NASCAR Hall of Famer by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
NASCAR's Thrilling All-Star Event Brings Sport to Internal Struggle by Travis Barend

Race Fans Forever
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #43 - The Bristol Stomp by Matt McLaughlin

Jack Roush exults in 'rarified air' of HoF selection by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today
Gordon, Of Course, Enters The Hall Of Fame by Deb Willaims

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Tight All-Star racing was served with plates by Randy Hallman

Speedway Media
Hot 20 - Hall of Famers and military heroes are honored at Charlotte this week by Ron Thornton

Coca-Cola 600 Top-20 Finish Prediction by Micah Roberts

The Undefeated
Is Bubba Wallace a sign of success or struggle in NASCAR's Drive for Diversity? by Maya Jones

USA Today
Jeff Gordon heads NASCAR Hall of Fame Class of 2019 by Mike Hembree

Vegas Insider
Race and Championship odds
NASCAR Top-Five Finish Prediction
Charlotte Race Preview by Micah Roberts

Yahoo Sports
Brian France doesn't exactly deny reports NASCAR is for sale and
Jeff Gordon leads 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame class by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 23, 2018

Associated Press
As retirement approaches, is Danica Patrick a Hall of Famer? by Noah Trister;
Jeff Gordon headlines nominees for NASCAR Hall of Fame by Jenna Fryer;
After 54 years, ABC ready to sign off on Indianapolis 500 by Dave Skretta

Circle Track
If you ain't got nothin', you ain't got nothin' to lose by Monte Dutton

Did You Notice?... NASCAR Owners Consolidating Power As Harvick Chases History by Tom Bowles;
The 10: Cup Series Power Rankings After the All-Star Race by Christian Koelle;
The Frontstretch 5: Ingredients for Great Racing by Frontstretch Staff;
NASCAR Mailbox: Why is Kevin Harvick Freaky Fast This Year? and
Beyond the Cockpit: Joe Gibbs "Can't See Myself Doing Something Else" by Joseph Wolkin

A look at this year's Hall of Fame nominees

J.D. McDuffie's Career at the Charlotte Motor Speedway by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
2019 Call to the Hall by Pete Pistone

Jeffrey Earnhardt to run Coca-Cola 600 with Premium Motorsports and
Harvick: All-Star Race package created racing reminiscent of IROC by Nick DeGroot

2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame: Everything you need to know by Allie Davison;
Chase Elliott finds perspective in NASCAR Salutes mission by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
Momentum building from some drivers to run All-Star package again by Dustin Long

Popular Speed
A Theory About The Possible Sale Of NASCAR by Steve Waid

Race Fans Forever
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #42 - Big Blocks, Bickering and Bill by Matt McLaughlin

Sports Techie
The Weather Company, Chevrolet Racing Seek Competitive Edge in Forecasting by Joe Lemire

USA Today
Alex Bowman plays Coast Guard skipper as Hendrick drivers try to right the ship by Mike Hembree

Yahoo Sports
Kevin Harvick has been awesome, but don't forget the rest of Stewart-Haas Racing and
Danica Patrick to be first woman to host ESPYs and
NASCAR Power Rankings: Who are the 10 best Truck and Xfinity drivers so far? by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 22, 2018

The case for and against Danica Patrick getting into the Hall of Fame by Bob Pockrass

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from Charlotte by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer
Q&A with NASCAR Hall director Winston Kelley: 2019 class, Danica's HOF prospects, more and
Jeff Gordon's in, of course. But who should join him in 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame class? by Brendan Marks

Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Sports 1 Pimps New NASCAR Package by Phil Allaway;
Beside the Rising Tide: Brian France's Spring Semester Science Fair Project by Matt McLaughlin;
The Underdog House: AJ Allmendinger Shines in Charlotte Plate Racing by Zach Catanzareti;
Martin Truex Jr. Honored at White House for 2017 Championship by Davey Segal and
5 Points to Ponder: The Best Day in Motorsports by Danny Peters

Will Kimmel finds Kimmel Racing's first last-place in a season marked by early start-and-parks by William Soquet

Lexington Dispatch
Different package means exciting All-Star race by Ben White

Motor Racing Network
Team Power Rankings by Pete Pistone

Bowman "frustrated" by other drivers taking advantage of him by Nick DeGroot

Motorsports Tribune
Climbing the Ladder: Myatt Snider by Seth Eggert

1922 INDY 500: Two Boys, a Train and the Making of a Race Fan by Stephen Cox

NBC Sports
Bump & Run: Where to race next with All-Star rules package?;
Matt Kenseth discusses early progress for Roush cars on Dale Jr. Download and
Cup team's debut stirs debate on value of smaller teams by Dustin Long

Race Fans Forever
What If It Had Been Different Back when It All Started? by Frank Buhrman

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Odds to win 2018 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte by Micah Roberts

Speedway Media
Four Takeaways From the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race at Charlotte by Briar Starr;
The Final Word - The Stars were out at Charlotte, including one Super Nova by Ron Thornton and
Latest Indy 500 Heartbreak Solidifies Race's Legacy by Joseph Shelton

Yahoo Sports
More than 40 cars are entered for the Coca-Cola 600 and Rob Kauffman thinks it's 'ridiculous' and
Donald Trump references NASCAR teams standing for national anthem at ceremony for Martin Truex Jr. by Nick Bromberg

posted MAY 21, 2018

President Donald Trump welcomes 2017 champ Martin Truex Jr. to White House and
NASCAR has decision to make on using restrictor plates more often by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
All-Star race shakeup goes well and NASCAR should try again by Jenna Fryer

Charlotte Observer
'I believe!' There are a million reasons for Kevin Harvick's All-Star victory ritual by Brendan Marks

Thinkin' Out Loud: Kevin Harvick Shines Brightest Among All-Stars by Mike Neff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2018 Monster Energy All-Star Race by Amy Henderson;
Up to Speed: Finding Balance in NASCAR's 3 National Series by Bryan Gable;
Pace Laps: NASCAR's All-Star Race Aerodynamic Experiment by the Frontstretch Staff;
ARCA Racing Series Breakdown: Menard's 200 at Toledo by Bryan Davis Keith

Johnson City Press
Wallace still passionate about short-track racing by Jeff Birchfield

Kingsport Times News
Wallace 'would be real surprised if they sell NASCAR' by Jeff Birchfield

MIlwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Is a great story enough to get Alan Kulwicki in the NASCAR Hall? 'This is absolutely the year.' by Dave Kallman

I Guess I Boarded the Rollercoaster

Motor Racing Network
All-Star Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

All-Star Race package passes the "eye test," says NASCAR and
Marcus Smith on using new aero package in Coke 600: "Why not?" by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
The All-Star Race was good but hold your horsepower on using those restrictor plates again by Nate Ryan;
President Trump honors Martin Truex Jr., No. 78 team at White House and
All-Star Race buzz still has many in NASCAR talking by Dustin Long;
Winning becoming same old, same old for Kevin Harvick by Dan Beaver

Bowman feels disrespected after All-Star Race and
NASCAR to keep conversation open on Charlotte aero package by Kelly Crandall

Skirts and Scuffs
Right Sides Only: Notes from the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race Winning Crew Chief, Rodney Childers by Stacey Owens

Stock Car Gazette
Harvick Wins All Star Race. Of Course He Did. by Chuck Abrams

posted MAY 20, 2018

NASCAR All-Star Race experimentation receives mostly high marks and
Kyle Larson and Joey Logano shrug off All-Star race contact and
Kyle Busch credits own talent for overcoming errors by his crew, rallying in field by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Kevin Harvick picks up $1 million check with All-Star win by Jenna Fryer

Auto Week
Opinion: NASCAR's All-Star Race aero package wasn't a home run, but it was close by Kenny Bruce

Charlotte Observer
Results and 3 takeaways from Saturday's All-Star Race by Brendan Marks;
Daniel Suarez fell just short in the NASCAR All-Star Race. Here's what happened by David Scott

Alex Bowman scores Hendrick's first All-Star last-place finish since 1995;
Reed Sorenson becomes first repeat Open last-placer since 1998 and
In and out of the garage, J.J. Yeley extends Mittler team's last-place streak by Brock Beard

Kevin Harvick adds All-Star Race win to dream season and
Daniel Suarez finishes second: "It hurts to be close and not get it" by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Steve O'Donnell Addresses Future of the 2018 All-Star Aero Package and
Suarez Finishes Just Shy of Million Dollar Win and
Logano: 'The Biggest Challenge Will Be When I Get Into the Car on Thursday' by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
What's next for All-Star rules package? That's what NASCAR faces by Dustin Long;
Kyle Larson takes the heat after getting spun by Joey Logano by Nate Ryan;
Daniel Suarez powers from Monster Open stage win to All-Star runner-up finish and
Kevin Harvick wins All-Star Race in overtime finish by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
NASCAR Just Opened Pandora's Box by Ricky Whittenburg

Popular Speed
Observations: Monster Energy All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway and
Ashley Asks...... Cole Powell by Ashley McCubbin

Exactly what the All-Star Race needed by Kelly Crandall

Skirts and Scuffs
Trackin' Trucks: Johnny Sauter Wins at Charlotte by Courtney Horn

The Racing Experts
Gordon, Byron comment on Darlington throwback scheme and
Harvick wins second All-Star race by James Jackson

USA Today
Hembree: Restrictor plates add competitive, gimmicky shine to NASCAR All-Star Race and
Kevin Harvick (Who else?) wins All-Star race, takes home $1 million top prize by Mike Hembree

Yahoo Sports
The All-Star Race was fun because it was different, just like an All-Star event should be and
Who else? Kevin Harvick sprints away for All-Star Race win by Nick Bromberg

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