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posted APRIL 25, 2018

ESPN.com
Matt Kenseth to drive select races in No. 6 car for Roush Fenway Racing and
Reunion with Roush Fenway Racing just feels right to Matt Kenseth by Bob Pockrass

Auto Racing Daily
NASCAR teams probably caused their own air-gun problems by Amanda Vincent

Bristol Herald Courier1
Caldwell gives the rain-delayed Food City 500 high marks by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer
What Matt Kenseth's NASCAR comeback means for 2018 Cup Series season and beyond by Brendan Marks

Frontstretch
Did You Notice?: NASCAR's Sophomore Slump Affecting Youth Movement? by Tom Bowles;
The Frontstretch 5: Thoughts on Kenseth, Bayne, and a Few Other Things by Amy Henderson;
Beyond the Cockpit: William Byron Taking Steps in Rookie Season with Hendrick Motorsports by Dustin Albino;
NASCAR Mailbox: What Does Matt Kenseth's Return to Roush Fenway Racing Mean? by Joseph Wolkin;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings after Richmond by Christian Koelle

Inside Dirt Racing
NASCAR veterans taking advantage of younger opponents by Richard Allen

JeffGluck.com
News Analysis: Matt Kenseth returning to NASCAR

KennyBruce.net
Kenseth, sponsor news for Roush-Fenway

LASTCAR
J.D. McDuffie's Career at Talladega by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Return of the Matt by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Kenseth wants to help Roush "return to prominence" in the Cup Series by Tim Southers;
Matt Kenseth to make NASCAR return with Roush Fenway Racing by Nick DeGroot

Motorsports Tribune
Kenseth's Return May Revive Success Past 45 by Luis Torres

NASCAR.com
Kenseth ready to get his 'hands dirty' in return to Roush Fenway roots by Chase Wilhelm;
Bowman aims to bring Junior Nation along for Talladega ride and
Roush Fenway introduces Matt Kenseth as driver of No. 6 by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
Can Matt Kenseth return Roush Fenway to its glory days? and
Matt Kenseth to drive No. 6 for Roush Fenway Racing by Dustin Long

On Pit Road
Is Kyle Busch Becoming the Modern Day Darrell Waltrip? and
Matt Kenseth Officially Back with Roush-Fenway Racing and
Talladega: The Ultimate Wildcard Race by Ricky Whittenburg

The Podium Finish
Over the Wall...with Kathy Bell by Melissa Wright ;
Dishing with Matt DiBenedetto by Rob Tiongson and Matt DiBenedetto

Popular Speed
Matt Kenseth Returns to Roush Fenway Racing by Ashley McCubbin;
Legacy Aside, Elliott Will Ultimately Win On His And Team's Efforts by Steve Waid

Race Fans Forever
"The Shirt" ~ One Fan's Memorial to Alan Kulwicki by David Nance;
50 Years of Stock Car Racing: #33 - The Daytona 500 1994 - 1997 by Matt McLaughlin

SB Nation
Matt Kenseth, Roush Fenway Racing make reunion official by Jordan Bianchi

Speedway Media
The Final Word - Richmond taught us that sometimes we have no clue as to how it all will end and
Hot 20 - It is a Talladega Sunday. What more do you need to know? by Ron Thornton;
Weather and Matt Kenseth by Ron Fleshman;
NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Richmond by Jeffrey Boswell

Sportsline
Top-20 Geico 500 Prediction: Crap Shoot, but Ford won past five at Talladega byMicah Roberts

USA Today
NASCAR world should be pumped for Kenseth's return and
1 stat that will make Kyle Busch fans even happier by Michelle Martinelli

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

WSB Radio Race Blog
Analyzing the Kenseth curveball and what it means for Bayne by Doug Turnbull

Yahoo Sports
Matt Kenseth's Roush return is a play for both his near and long-term futures and
Official: Matt Kenseth rejoining Roush Fenway to drive No. 6 car by Nick Bromberg


posted APRIL 24, 2018

Auto Racing Daily
Is Mark Martin playing role in Roush, Kenseth reunion by Amanda Vincent

Associated Press
Talladega could be equalizer for Busch and Harvick by Jenna Fryer

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from NASCAR by Allen Gregory

Frontstretch
5 Points To Ponder: Matt Kenseth Crashes NASCAR 2018 Party by Tom Bowles;
Beside the Rising Tide: Indianapolis Groans & the Raiders of the Lost Ticket Sales by Matt McLaughlin;
The Underdog House: Green Means Go at Richmond by Zach Catanzareti;
Who's Hot & Who's Not in NASCAR: Saturday Night Lights by Wesley Coburn;
Couch Potato Tuesday: Richmond Brings More Side-by-Side Action by Phil Allaway

Motor Racing Network
Power Rankings by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Busch hopes he hasn't peaked too early: "We've got a long way to go" by Tom Errington

NBC Sports
Bump & Run: Who are drivers seeking first win of the year to watch?;
Are the youngsters set to celebrate at Talladega? and
Report: Matt Kenseth to return to Roush Fenway Racing? by Dustin Long

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Analysis of the Matt Kenseth-Roush Fenway Racing reunion by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
Two Weeks, Two Short Tracks, and No Cup Drivers in Xfinity... Life is Good and
After Three Consecutive Wins, Kyle Busch Hoping to Maintain Momentum by Roger Holtsclaw;
Matt Kenseth Coming Home to Roush-Fenway by Ricky Whittenburg

Popular Speed
Noah Gragson Makes Name Known in XFINITY Debut by Brandon Rivero

Race Fans Forever
Phooey on Fast at Talladega ~ Give Me Slow at Bowman Gray by Frank Buhrman

Racer
Why Kyle Busch keeps getting better by Kelly Crandall

Richmond Times-Dispatch
NASCAR ratings plunge in Richmond; earlier start time means 1.3 million fewer TV viewers by Michael Phillips

SB Nation
Matt Kenseth to rejoin Roush Fenway Racing, return to NASCAR Cup Series competition in 2018 by Jordan Bianchi

Stock Car Gazette
Kyle Busch wins Third Race in a Row of 2018 at Richmond by Chuck Abrams

Williamson Daily News
Talladega is the right place but the wrong time by Steve Mickey

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR Power Rankings: Sorting out the field beyond Kyle Busch by Nick Bromberg


posted APRIL 23, 2018

ESPN.com
Kyle Busch joins Kevin Harvick on historic pace in win streaks by Matt Willis;
How rain delays affect NASCAR races: Who takes biggest financial hit? by Bob Pockrass

Cup Scene
Kyle Busch breaks records in route to Richmond win and
The NASCAR Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway as it happened and
Kyle Busch takes a leap of faith into the Richmond grandstands after winning and
Martin Truex Jr. comes up 10 laps short at Richmond after pit miscue by Greg Engle

Frontstretch
Thinkin' Out Loud: Kyle Busch Overcomes Deep Starting Position for 3rd Straight Win by Mike Neff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2018 Toyota Owners 400 by Amy Henderson;
Up to Speed: Who Remembers Early Season Winners? by Bryan Gable;
Pace Laps: So Close, Yet So Far for Martin Truex Jr. & Noah Gragson by Frontstretch Staff

KennyBruce.net
Putting Richmond to rest on a Monday

LASTCAR
Meunier trails for third time in rough underdog weekend by William Soquet

MonteDutton.com
Hail the Conquering Hero

Motor Racing Network
Richmond Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
William Byron: "I'm starting to really figure out what I need" and
After Xfinity debut, Gragson admits he still has "a lot of work to do" by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com
Second-chance potential comes quickly for Noah Gragson at Talladega by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
The curious lack of strategic gambling was the pits at Richmond by Nate Ryan;
Kyle Busch's streak reaching historic level by Dustin Long

On Pit Road
Should NASCAR Mandate Maximum Age Limits? by Ricky Whittenburg

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks......Ryan Reed by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever
The Fan Experience by Vivian Simons

RoanokeTimes
Versatile Kyle Busch shows a new way to win a race by Paul Woody

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Odds to win 2018 Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway by Micah Roberts

Skirts and Scuffs
Right Sides Only: Notes from the Toyota Owners 400 Winning Crew Chief, Adam Stevens by Stacey Owens


posted APRIL 22, 2018

ESPN.com
Kyle Busch's third 2018 Cup win met with jubilation (and respect?) by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Kyle Busch pulls away at Richmond for 3rd Cup win a row by Hank Kurz

Autoweek
Daniel Hemric has nothing to be ashamed about after his NASCAR Cup debut by Al Pearce

Charlotte Observer
Results and 3 takeaways from the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond by Brendan Marks

JeffGluck.com
The Top Five: Breaking down the Richmond race

LASTCAR
Sorenson's last-place finish marks fifth time in four seasons that Premium Motorsports overcomes early mechanical gremlins and
Jeff Green scores Chevrolet's 500th XFINITY Series last-place finish by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Logano Continues Richmond Streak and
Another Second for Elliott and
Truex: 'Tonight We Beat Ourselves' and
Richmond Rear-View Mirror by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Truex's race gets derailed by late pit stop: "We beat ourselves" by Nick DeGroot;
Denny Hamlin on third-place run: "We got close there by Tim Southers;
Clint Bowyer had shot at Richmond win until "all hell broke loose" and
Kyle Busch makes it three in a row with win at Richmond by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Speeding Violation Hinders Byron's Night at Richmond by Luis Torres;
Larson Finishes Seventh Despite Run-in with McMurray at Richmond and
Logano's Dominant Day Ends in Fourth at Richmond by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
Kyle Busch charges from back to win at Richmond in overtime by Dustin Long;
First short track win slips away from Martin Truex Jr. on pit road and
Late cautions help Chase Elliott to yet another runner-up finish and
Daniel Hemric 'making the most' of first Cup start at Richmond by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
Observations: Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway by Ashley McCubbin

Racer
Cup debut a learning experience for Hemric by Kelly Crandall

The Racing Experts
Kurt Busch reaches milestone in laps led column at Richmond by Matt Courson;
Kyle Busch tops stage points standings and
Kyle Busch ties Baker on all-time wins list by Dominic Aragon

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Jimmie Johnson finds respectability, but contention is still elusive by Randy Hallman

SB Nation
Kyle Busch wins at Richmond, pushes winning streak to 3 in a row by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick will take battle for NASCAR supremacy to Talladega and
Kyle Busch takes control of NASCAR Cup series with win at Richmond, his third in a row by Ellen Horrow

Yahoo Sports
Takeaways from Richmond: What a tame first 350 laps by Nick Bromberg


posted APRIL 21, 2018

ESPN.com
Richmond facelift a barometer for NASCAR's growth strategy and
NASCAR at Richmond Raceway: Starting lineup breakdown by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Bell holds off Gragson to win Xfinity race at Richmond and
Truex claims pole at Richmond; third of the season and
Kyle Busch returns to the scene of his infamy a decade ago by Hank Kurz, Jr.

Athlon Sports
NASCAR's Public Enemy #1: Mother Nature & Richmond Race Preview by Tom Bowles

CupScene
Martin Truex Jr. will not go softly into the night at Richmond by Greg Engle

Frontstretch
XFINITY Breakdown: Christopher Bell Gets First Victory of 2018, Noah Gragson Shines by Dustin Albino;
Noah Gragson Shines in XFINITY Series Debut at Richmond by Beth Lunkenheimer;
2018 Frontstretch Cup: Toyota Owners 400 Predictions by Frontstretch Staff

Motor Racing Network
Richmond Story Lines and
Bell Gets First Win of Season and
Richmond Pole to Truex Jr. by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Christopher Bell fends off teammate to win Xfinity race at Richmond by Nick DeGroot

NASCAR.com
Sadler collects hefty consolation prize after third-place Richmond run by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
Staff picks for tonight's Cup race at Richmond;
Kyle Larson moving on from Bristol finish, looking to win again at Richmond by Dustin Long;
Christopher Bell wins Xfinity race at Richmond by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Noah Gragson: 'I've come a long way in the past year' by John Haverlin

On Pit Road
NASCAR's Limiting of Cup Regulars in Xfinity and Trucks is Paying Off by Ricky Whittenburg;
Pressing to Win Not Pressure to Win Caused Penalties for Elliott and
Gragson Feels There Could Have Been a Different Outcome at Richmond by Roger Holtsclaw

Popular Speed
Observations: ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond Raceway by Ashley McCubbin

Racin Today
Truex On Pole For Saturday's Cup Race At RIR by Jim Pedley

Richmond Times Dispatch
Daniel Hemric's Cup debut comes via an unorthodox path and
For Kyle Busch, this could be the season to join the legends by Randy Hallman;
Sadler is grateful, but... by Dave Lawrence;
Ryan Blaney a fresh face that NASCAR fans should get to know by Paul Woody

SB Nation
NASCAR at Richmond qualifying results: Martin Truex Jr. wins Toyota Owners 400 pole by Jordan Bianchi




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