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posted AUGUST 14, 2018

ESPN.com
Kevin Harvick gets 7th Cup series win with 13 races to go by Matt Willis;
What to watch for as Xfinity, truck series near playoffs by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
NASCAR's dark cloud lifted after leadership change by Jenna Fryer

Bristol Herald Courier
5 Things from NASCAR by Allen Gregory

Circle Track
Buffaloes in the West by Monte Dutton

Forbes
Time To Slash The Season To 24 Races, NASCAR by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
5 Points to Ponder: Chasing Glory by Danny Peters;
Who's Hot & Who's Not in NASCAR: Business as Usual by Wesley Coburn;
Couch Potato Tuesday: Michigan Brings 2 Different Broadcast Strategies by Phil Allaway;
The Underdog House: A Slow Descend Down the Irish Hills of Michigan by Zach Catanzareti;
Beside the Rising Tide: The Most Wonderful Night of the Year by Matt McLaughlin

MonteDutton.com
Live from Somewhere Else on the Planet

Motor Racing Network
Power Rankings and
Brad Keselowski: "It's nice just to be able to have a clean race" by Pete Pistone

Motor Racing Network
Michigan Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Kevin Harvick: "I'm just enjoying every moment" by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Disband the Drivers Council? Here's why the timing seems right by Nate Ryan;
Bump & Run: Favorite Bristol memories;
Radio confirms Timmy Hill's car lost its battery around when Ty Dillon hit debris and
NASCAR takes six Cup cars to wind tunnel after Michigan by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
Thursday's Truck Race at Bristol 'Make or Break' for NASCAR by Tyson Lautenschlager;
Cup, Truck Races at MIS Make Case For All-Star Package by Ricky Whittenburg

Race Fans Forever
Racing at a Very Different Bristol, Half a Century ago by Frank Buhrman

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Odds to win 2018 Bass Pro Shops/NRA Night Race at Bristol by Micah Roberts

Speedway Media
NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Michigan by Jeffrey Boswell;
The Final Word - Kevin Harvick dominated the race at Michigan, Keelan dominated after that by Ron Thornton;
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Power Rankings-Michigan by Briar Starr

Stock Car Gazette
Kevin "The Closer" Harvick Slams the Door On His Competition at Michigan by Chuck Abrams


posted AUGUST 13, 2018

ESPN.com
Interim CEO Jim France provides stabilizing force for NASCAR and
After Michigan win, Harvick is clearly thinking bigger and
Kevin Harvick and son Keelan have celebration to remember by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Harvick wins at Michigan for NASCAR-high 7th victory of year by Larry Lage

Autoweek
NASCAR at Michigan: Impossible to ignore Cup Series' 'Big 3' by Mike Pryson

Charlotte Observer
Results and 3 takeaways from Kevin Harvick's Michigan win. The bottom line? by Brendan Marks

Cup Scene
Kevin Harvick cruises to victory-again-this time at Michigan and
Richard Childress Racing shows some muscle at Michigan and
Big 3 contender Martin Truex Jr. finishes off his game at Michigan and
Chase Elliott goes from hero to ninth place at Michigan by Greg Engle

Frontstretch
Thinkin' Out Loud: Kevin Harvick Sweeps Lucky Number 7 by Mike Neff;
Up to Speed: What Comes Next for Ryan Newman? by Bryan Gable;
Pace Laps: Kevin Harvick's Dominance & Justin Allgaier's Career Year by the Frontstretch Staff;
Kevin Harvick Earns 7th Cup Win of 2018 at Michigan by Zach Catanzareti;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2018 Consumers Energy 400 by Amy Henderson

Inside Circle Track
Summer's Five Things: What You Need To Know For August 13, 2018 by Summer Bedgood

LASTCAR
Engine woes drop Corey LaJoie to last place for a fourth time in 2018 and
Dylan Murcott's NASCAR debut ends in China Beach after only four corners and
Timmy Hill continues MB Motorsports' LASTCAR Owner's Title bid in 2018 by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Austin Dillon Fourth at Michigan and
Seventh Win of Season for Harvick and
Michigan Rear-View Mirror and
Kyle Busch: 'It's Michigan' by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Austin Dillon enjoys his best run since winning the Daytona 500 by Nick DeGroot;
Even the "Big 3" have to be perfect to win in 2018 and
Kevin Harvick takes seventh win of 2018 season at Michigan by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
NASCAR still trying to identify source of debris hit by Ty Dillon at Michigan by Daniel McFadin;
Rough day for Martin Truex Jr. results in 14th-place finish and
Nothing slows Kevin Harvick down; wins 7th points race of year by Dustin Long;
Did Austin Dillon find a playoff gear at Michigan? and
Roger Penske says fielding Tony Stewart in Indy 500 would be 'one of the biggest dreams of my life' by Nate Ryan

Popular Speed
Observations: Consumers Energy 400 by Ashley McCubbin

Skirts and Scuffs
Right Sides Only: Notes from the Consumers Energy 400 Winning Crew Chief, Rodney Childers by Stacey Owens

Speedway Media
Harvick Takes Seventh Win of MENCS Season at Michigan by Joseph Shelton

The Racing Experts
Chase Elliott finishes among top 10 in 100th start and
Kevin Harvick ties Bill Elliott at 44 wins by Dominic Aragon


posted AUGUST 12, 2018

Associated Press
NASCAR's Big 3 running strong entering Michigan race by Larry Lage;
Moffitt edges Sauter in Michigan for 4th Trucks win of year;
Justin Allgaeir wins NASCAR Xfiinity race at Mid-Ohio by Craig Merz

Daytona Beach News-Journal
NASCAR rallies around Jim France; future of CEO position murky by Godwin Kelly

Frontstretch
Tracking the Trucks: Brett Moffitt Inches Past Johnny Sauter for Michigan Win by Beth Lunkenheimer;
XFINITY Breakdown: Justin Allgaier Spins to Win at Mid-Ohio by Dustin Albino;
2018 Frontstretch Cup: Consumers Energy 400 by Corey Brewer

Kickin' The Tires
Summer's Five Things: What You Need To Know For August 13, 2018 by Summer Bedgood

Motor Racing Network
Michigan Story Lines by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Justin Allgaier gets around Cindric for Mid-Ohio Xfinity win by Nick DeGroot

NBC Sports
Staff picks for today's Cup race at Michigan;
Justin Allgaier wins Xfinity race at Mid-Ohio by Dan Beaver

Popular Speed
Lack of Speed and Communication Holding Truex back from Contention by Brandon Rivero

Racin Boys
Welcome to NASCAR Silly Season by Lee Spencer

Speedway Media
Allgaier Scores Third Win of XFINITY Season at Mid-Ohio by Joseph Shelton;
Brett Moffitt Wins in Dramatic Last Lap Pass at Michigan by Briar Starr


posted AUGUST 11, 2018

ESPN.com
NASCAR at Michigan: Starting lineup breakdown by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch go 1-2 for Gibbs at Michigan;
Jim France choosing to stay quiet as interim head of NASCAR by Larry Lage

Frontstretch
Tech Talk: Tire Spring Rates, Five Minute Clocks and Engine Temperatures with Justin Alexander for Michigan by Mike Neff

Kickin' The Tires
Summer's Five Things: What You Need to Know For August 11, 2018 by Summer Bedgood

LASTCAR.info
Photos unearthed from 1991 may hold clues to determining the cause of J.D. McDuffie's accident by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Winning On Larson's Mind by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Brett Moffitt beats Sauter for Michigan Truck win in photo finish and
Denny Hamlin edges Kyle Busch for JGR front row lockout at Michigan by Jim Utter;
Fast and Fury(ous): Kaz Grala confident ahead of Mid-Ohio by Tim Southers

NBC Sports
Brett Moffitt wins Truck race at Michigan by Dan Beaver;
How will Jim France lead NASCAR? Stars weigh in on interim CEO and
Kurt Busch talking to other teams but 'nothing that's been signed' for 2019 and
Why Kyle Larson will 'keep my mouth shut' on Knoxville success by Nate Ryan;
Goodyear changes tire for Charlotte Roval race by Dustin Long

Popular Speed
Noah Gragson Keeping Focused on 2018, Not The Future by Ashley McCubbin

The Racing Experts
A street race would be nice, but not easy for NASCAR by Steven Ellis
Denny Hamlin on pole at Michigan by Dominic Aragon

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Final Michigan Driver Ratings: 2018 Consumers Energy 400 by Micah Roberts

Speedway Media
Denny Hamlin sweeps qualifying to capture Busch Pole Award at Michigan by Angela Campbell


posted AUGUST 10, 2018

ESPN.com
Ford drivers optimistic for smooth transition to Mustang next season;
Kurt Busch says he's signed nothing for 2019 amid report of move to Ganassi by Bob Pockrass

Auto Racing Daily
NASCAR should adopt two-day schedules as the norm by Amanda Vincent

AutoWeek
Kyle Larson is done making NASCAR fans mad over his dirt aspirations by Matt Weaver

Daytona Beach News Journal
NASCAR rallies around Jim France; future of CEO position murky by Godwin Kelly

Forbes
Don't Expect A NASCAR Miracle Now That Brian France Is Out by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
NASCAR 101: All Right, Chase Elliott Won -- Who's Next? by Kevin Rutherford;
4 Burning Questions: Is AJ Allmendinger on the Hot Seat? by Michael Finley and
Friday Faceoff: Should Watkins Glen Get a Second Date? by Frontstretch Staff

LASTCAR.info
New and returning faces pepper entry lists for Michigan and Mid-Ohio by Brock Beard

Motorsport
Clint Bowyer: "You have to elevate your game" to compete with Big 3 and
Kurt Busch and Monster Energy to leave Stewart-Haas Racing by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Legge: 'My Xfinity Series Debut Will be a Huge Challenge' by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
Friday 5: Former Cup champ proposes rule change for road courses by Dustin Long

On Pit Road
NASCAR Five Burning Questions - August 10th 2018 Edition by Ricky Whittenburg

Race Fans Forever
A Voice for the Fans ~ Questions and Answers by PattyKay Lilley

Racer
Drivers embrace Jim France as NASCAR's interim leader and
Elliott knows future wins won't come easy by Kelly Crandall

The Racing Experts
Sauter talks youth movement in Truck Series by James Jackson;
Watkins Glen, Above The Rest? by Kyle Stephens and
A turning point in NASCAR by Justin Melillo

USA Today
NASCAR's Daniel Suárez opens up about immigration challenges while applying for green card by Michelle R. Martinelli




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