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posted FEBRUARY 18, 2018

ESPN.com
Here are 60 people to watch at the 60th Daytona 500 and
How NASCAR will deal without Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the track and
Ryan Blaney, Chase Elliott primed to be NASCAR's next-gen stars by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Alex Bowman starts Daytona 500 from pole in No. 88 car by Jenna Fryer;
Earnhardt ready to hit South Korea for NBC Olympics gig by Dan Gelston

Athlon Sports:
Daytona 500 Preview and Fantasy NASCAR Predictions and
5 Storylines To Watch Entering NASCAR's 2018 Season by Tom Bowles

Autoweek
Now a former NASCAR driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is living, loving and having a good time by Greg Engle;
Danica Patrick wants to build up her brand, not mentor young female drivers by Bruce Martin;
NASCAR Championship team owner Barney Visser returns to the track by Al Pearce

Bristol Herald Courier
Bristol Motor Speedway needs a playoff race

Charlotte Observer
Dale Earnhardt won Daytona 500 with her lucky penny glued to dash. That moment endures and
NASCAR's Most Popular Driver is surprisingly enduring honor. Is Chase Elliott next? by Brendan Marks

Dallas News
This change has brightened Chris Buescher's outlook for the Daytona 500 by Gerry Fraley

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Ricky Benton Racing hopes to finish well in Sunday's Daytona 500 by Dinah Voyles Pulver;
Elliott Sadler suffers another Daytona disappointment by Chris Boyle;
Fantastic Xfinity finish; now, it's finally time for the Daytona 500 by Ken Willis;
5 things to watch during Daytona 500 by Godwin Kelly

Denver Post
Martin Truex Jr.'s chance at a Cup repeat has another obstacle. NASCAR's new inspection system is worrying them. by Nick Groke

Frontstretch
BK Racing Battling For Charter, Won't Give Up On NASCAR Future by Dustin Albino;
Trevor Bayne Searching for Success with Roush Fenway Racing by Dustin Albino;
The Black Flag Continues to Cause Controversy at Daytona by Michael Massie;
Spencer Gallagher Gets Another Top 10 at Daytona International Speedway by Michael Massie;
Tyler Reddick Inches By Elliott Sadler in Daytona XFINITY Photo Finish by Tom Bowles
2018 Frontstretch Cup: Daytona 500 Predictions by the Frontstretch Staff (and Corey Lajoie)

ifantasyrace
Martin Truex Jr. 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview and
http://ifantasyrace.com/2018/01/29/kyle-busch-2018-fantasy-nascar-preview/ by Ryan Rantz

JeffGluck.com
Making sense of the crazy Xfinity Series race at Daytona

KennyBruce.net
Chasing ghosts in Daytona Beach

Monte Dutton.com
Photographs and Memories

Motorsport
Could Darrell Wallace Jr. be the spark that RPM needs? by Lee Spencer;
Brand intact, Danica leaves NASCAR with promises unfulfilled and
Sadler comes up short again at Daytona: "This one hurt a lot today" and
Reddick wins Xfinity Daytona opener after five overtime restarts by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Ryan Truex Finishes Seventh in Xfinity Return and
A Career Day for Spencer Gallagher at Daytona by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
Staff picks for today's Daytona 500;
After 'rough year,' Rick Hendrick seeks to change fortunes with new approach and
Dale Earnhardt Jr. back at Daytona but enjoying life not in the car and
Mother's tears a celebration of a journey more than a decade in the making by Dustin Long

Orlando Sentinel
Virtual reality fuels NASCAR's stars of the future, including William Byron by George Diaz

Popular Speed
Observations: Powershares QQQ 300 by Ashley McCubbin;
Truex Jr. Confident He Can Perform An Encore by Steve Waid

The Racing Experts
Law enforcement reminds fans to be vigilant on race weekend and
Patrick has chance to make NASCAR history and
Byron has chance to make NASCAR history and
Bestwick weighs in on Daytona 500 by Dominic Aragon

Roanoke Times
Chase Elliott's move to NASCAR's elite - coming soon by Aaron McFarling

St. Augustine Record
Navy Lt. Jesse Iwuji takes unusual path to racing career by Brent Woronoff

SB Nation
Daytona 500 preview: Winning NASCAR's biggest race requires as much skill as luck and
Closest finish in NASCAR history has to be decided by a photo by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
NASCAR Daytona 500 2018: Key information for 'The Great American Race' by Ellen Horrow

Yahoo Sports
Five-overtime Xfinity Series race leads to closest finish in NASCAR history by NIck Bromberg


posted FEBRUARY 17, 2018

ESPN.com
Who are NASCAR's best restrictor-plate drivers? by Ricky Craven;
Caesar Bacarella, from Parkland, Florida, finishes career-best 13th after racing with heavy heart and
After Danica's departure, who's got next in NASCAR? and
Here are seven IndyCar drivers we'd like to see try NASCAR and
Danica Patrick's career in NASCAR: What really happened? by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Tyler Reddick needs 5 overtimes to win at Daytona and
Danica Patrick speeding toward NASCAR's exit ramp by Jenna Fryer;
At 92, team owner Glen Wood skips 1st Daytona 500 and
Bubba Wallace set to make history as black driver in Daytona by Dan Gelston;
Car Wars: Chevy Camaro makes splashy debut at Daytona and
Sauter dedicates Truck Series win at Daytona to crew chief by Mark Long

Autoweek
NASCAR driver David Ragan wears a different kind of hat by Al Pearce

Charlotte Observer
Sherry Pollex news, the fastest cars and more ahead of Sunday's Daytona 500 by Brendan Marks

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Pilot and racer Mark Thompson to become oldest driver to start Daytona 500 by Dinah Voyles Pulver;
Track position key to Daytona Xfinity race victory and
Four on the Floor: Dale Inman has a NASCAR-hued world view and
Sauter trucks to win, big Daytona weekend on tap by Ken Willis

Denver Post
Truex: I'm not superstitious, but here's my new superstition by Martin Truex, Jr.

Florida Times-Union
NASCAR needs Elliott winning to fill void of Junior's departure by Gene Frenette

Florida Today
Changes abound for Daytona 500 by Colton Wood

Fox Business
NASCAR taps into e-sports to recruit young fans, drivers by Matthew Rocco

Frontstretch
Johnny Sauter Triumphs in Wreck-Filled NextEra Energy Resources 250 by Tom Bowles;
Multi-Truck Wreck Leaves Jennifer Jo Cobb No. 10 On Fire At Daytona by Tom Bowles;
Spencer Davis Surprises with a Top 10 in Truck Debut and
Tracking the Trucks: Underdogs Shine as Johnny Sauter Surges at Daytonaand
Are the Can-Am Duels Still Necessary? by Mike Massie;
Jordan Anderson Slides to First Career Top-10 Finish by Dustin Albino

ifantasyrace
Kevin Harvick 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview and
Brad Keselowski 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview by Ryan Rantz

MonteDutton.com
Out and About

Motor Racing Digest
Staff predictions for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series by Matt Lovisa

Motor Racing Network
New Start for Logano by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
How a former Olympian is training Ford's rising NASCAR stars by Lee Spencer;
Furniture Row owner Barney Visser back at the track after heart attack and
Johnny Sauter takes Truck win in wild Daytona opener by Jim Utter;
10 drivers to watch in the 2018 Xfinity Series by Tim Southers

Motorsports Tribune
Jordan Anderson Slides to a Top 10 Finish at Daytona by Seth Eggert

Myrtle Beach Sun News
He got into racing at Myrtle Beach Speedway. Now, he's got a car in the Daytona 500 by Paul Warner

NASCAR.com
Predictions and picks: 2018 champion, Daytona 500 winner, more;
Masters of the draft: Which drivers are restrictor-plate aces? by Brad Norman;
Jordan Anderson on Daytona ninth-place finish: 'This is one for the underdogs' and
New day, new car: Paul Wolfe, No. 2 team remain confident in backup by Zack Albert

New York Times
NASCAR Waits for Leader of Its Next Generation to Emerge by Peter Kerasotis

NBC Sports
NASCAR ejects three crew members from Xfinity garage and
BK Racing owner explains reason for filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy by Dustin Long;
Tyler Reddick wins Xfinity Series opener at Daytona in overtime finish and
Barney Visser back at track, still recovering from heart ailment and
Johnny Sauter wins Truck Series opener for third Daytona victory and
Germain Racing, GEICO extend relationship through 2020 by Daniel McFadin

Nevada Appeal
Daytona, the weekend we've been waiting for by Roger Diez

Orlando Sentinel
Danica Patrick, the Great American Flop, is proof NASCAR doesn't fix races by Mike Bianchi

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks......Tony Loiacono by Ashley McCubbin

Press of Atlantic City
Ryan Truex, your ride's here ... finally by Dalton Hopkins

Racer
Petty celebrates RPM's new chapter by Kelly Crandall

Raceway Insider
2018 NASCAR Cup Series: New Faces In New Places, Part II by Tyler Painter

Racer
Furniture Row owner Visser returns from heart attack by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today
Media Days Come, Go, And Stay The Same by Jim Pedley

The Racing Experts
Sauter emerges victorious in season opener at Daytona by Matt Courson

Richmond Times-Dispatch
In his 13th season, Hamlin still plans to race young and bold by Paul Woody

SB Nation
2018 Daytona 500 odds: Keselowski the betting favorite to win opening NASCAR event by Jordan Bianchi

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

USA Today
NASCAR community doubts Denny Hamlin claim that 70% of drivers take Adderall by A.J. Perez;
Teams make Daytona 500 preparations with car questions still up in the air by Mike Hembree

USA Today
Truex Jr. team owner Barney Visser returns to track after being sidelined by heart attack by Mike Hembree;
Does Jimmie Johnson miss Dale Jr.? 'Of course!' by MIchelle Martinelli

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR's best bet for the future: Embrace and encourage betting by Nick Bromberg


posted FEBRUARY 16, 2018

ESPN.com
Predicting NASCAR's biggest risers in 2018 by Mike Clay;
Hamlin says he was joking on Adderall usage and
Three things Daniel Suarez says he will do in NASCAR this year and
With Dale Jr. retired, here are eight picks for a new most popular driver and
Young drivers show off their stuff in Daytona 500 qualifying races by Bob Pockrass;
Qualifying races just the appetizer for Sunday's Daytona 500 main course and
Cup drivers are utilizing more data, film study to prep for Daytona 500 by Ryan McGee

Associated Press
First at last: Earnhardt's lone 500 victory still resonates by Dan Gelston & Mark Long;
Shifting gears: NASCAR's young look on display for Daytona and
Team Penske stakes claim as Daytona 500 favorites by Jenna Fryer;
Vietnam vet Thompson to make Daytona 500 start at 66 and
Welcome back, Barney: Owner Visser returns from heart attack by Dan Gelston

Auto Racing Daily
Conservative strategy right call for Alex Bowman by Amanda Vincent

Bristol Herald Courier
Carrier and the Henderson crew ready for Daytona by Allen Gregory

Caledonian Record
Is Qualifying for the Daytona 500 a Waste of Time? by Big Bigelow

Charlotte Observer
For NASCAR driver Jimmie Johnson, what happened in Vegas has followed him to Daytona and
Daytona 500 favorites crash out, Danica Patrick plays it safe as race qualifying ends and
Daytona 500 lineup and 3 takeaways from Thursday's duels and
Reason Richard Petty hired Bubba Wallace, NASCAR's only black driver? That's not it. by Brendan Marks

Circle Track
Daytona's a winning home for Kaz Grala by Stan Creekmore

Daytona Beach News-Journal
NASCAR's youth movement goes 2-for-2 by Ken Willis

Denver Post
Truex: "We have a lot of work to do before Sunday's Daytona 500" by Martin Truex, Jr.

Detroit News
Camaro ZL1 crashes the sedan party at Daytona 500 by Henry Payne

The Final Lap
Racing Legends: Dale Earnhardt Jr. by Toby Christie

Florida Today
Byron, Bowman have big shoes to fill by Colton Wood

Ft. Worth Star-Telegram
How will NASCAR replace stars like Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Danica Patrick? by Drew Davison

Frontstretch
NASCAR 101: Keeping Up with 2018 NASCAR Driver Changes by Kevin Rutherford;
4 Burning Questions: How Crash-Filled Will Daytona Be? by Michael Finley;
Thinkin' Out Loud: Youth is Served as Ryan Blaney and Chase Elliott Win Daytona Duels by Mike Neff;
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.: I Feel Like I Can Be Aggressive by Joseph Wolkin;
Darrell Wallace Jr. Confident Heading into Daytona 500 by Dustin Albino

ifantasyrace
Denny Hamlin 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview and
Chase Elliott 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview by Ryan Rantz

JeffGluck.com
Denny Hamlin doesn't really think 70 percent of drivers use Adderall and
How I Got Here with NASCAR's Steve O'Donnell

KennyBruce.net
Youth edges experience in Can-Am Duels

LASTCAR
More entry list updates from Daytona SpeedWeeks and
Aric Almirola's debut with Stewart-Haas Racing ends in bizarre accident in Duel Race 1 and
Kyle Larson ensnared in backstretch pileup in Duel Race 2 by Brock Beard

Motorsport
Can the Mercedes of NASCAR be stopped? by Tom Errington;
Kevin Harvick: "Alex Bowman didn't learn anything today" and
Daytona 500: Chase Elliott takes win in second Duel race and
BK Racing files for bankruptcy, retains NASCAR charter for now by Jim Utter;
Blaney picks the right dancing partner in his Daytona Duel and
Larry McReynolds reflects on Dale Earnhardt's historic Daytona 500 win by Lee Spencer

Motorsports Tribune
Do We Really Need the Can-Am Duels at Daytona? by David Morgan;
William Byron, Jimmie Johnson Find Trouble in First Can-Am Duel and
Up to Speed - PowerShares QQQ 300 by Seth Eggert

NASCAR.com
How excited for Bubba Wallace was Richard Petty? 'Sunglasses were off' by Jessica Ruffin

NBC Sports
In a critical year for driver identities, how NASCAR will tell their stories and
Dumping the Duels can return drama to Daytona by Nate Ryan;
Denny Hamlin recants comment about percent of drivers who take Adderall and
Friday 5: Restrictor-plate kings and Daytona tactics and
The kids are coming and focused on a Daytona 500 trophy by Dustin Long

On Pit Road
FDNY Racing Attempting to Qualify for Final Race by Tyson Lautenschlager;
"Names Are Made Here" More True Than Ever in XFINITY Series and
Josh Reaume goes all in with Reaume Bros Racing by Steven Muncie
On Pit Road

Popular Speed
Observations: Can-Am Duels by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever
I Remember You ~ My Personal Tribute to Dale Earnhardt by PattyKay Lilley

Raceway Insider
2018 NASCAR Cup Series: New Faces In New Places, Part I by Tyler Painter

SB Nation
Chase Elliott switches to car number with strong family ties and
Can-Am Duel 2018 results: Ryan Blaney leads Team Penske romp to win Daytona 500 qualifying race and
2018 Can-Am Duels results: Chase Elliott wins 2nd Daytona 500 qualifying race by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
How NASCAR's youngest drivers plan to woo Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s fans by Michelle Martinelli;
NASCAR at 70; Daytona 500 at 60: Bill France Sr.'s big dreams remain vibrant by Mike Hembree

Yahoo Sports
Duel takeaways: Were ill-handling cars evidence of a lack of practice time? by Nick Bromberg


posted FEBRUARY 15, 2018

ESPN.com
Dale Earnhardt's Daytona 500 win has unique place in NASCAR history and
Dale Earnhardt Jr. picks Daytona 500 winner, Cup champ and more by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Elliott picked to follow dad's path as NASCAR's most popular by Dan Gelston and Mark Long;
The Latest: Patrick slips up, reveals Indianapolis 500 ride by Jenna Fryer and Mark Long

Auto Racing Daily
You do you, Noah Gragson and
NASCAR Cup: Jeffrey Earnhardt honors grandfather with Daytona 500 helmet by Amanda Vincent

Charlotte Observer
Four bold predictions (plus one guarantee) for the 60th Daytona 500 by Brendan Marks

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Chase Elliott is the early favorite to be the fan favorite by Frank Fernandez;
Now with Wood Brothers, Paul Menard seeks fresh start, 100th career team win by Chris Boyle;
Daytona Can-Am Duel feels a bit different this time and
NASCAR concussion discussion continues forward by Godwin Kelly

Des Moines Register
At Daytona, Iowa's Brett Moffitt savors another chance in NASCAR by Chad Leistikow

Florida Times-Union
Heritage aside, Bubba Wallace has NASCAR gig fit for a King by Gene Frenette

Forbes
Can Danica Patrick's Last Run Save This Daytona 500? by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch.com
3 Things to Take Away from Daytona 500 Media Day;
Eyes on XFINITY: Keepin' Up With a Busy Off-Season by Dustin Albino;
Truckin' Thursdays: 4 Changes for the 2018 Season by Beth Lunkenheimer;
2 Headed Monster: Is Only 40 Cars Entered In The Daytona 500 Cause For Concern? by Valet & Massie and
Happiness Is: Joy by Ava Huston Ladner

ifantasyrace
Denny Hamlin 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview and
Chase Elliott 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview by Ryan Rantz

JeffGluck.com
What if NASCAR drivers could chat during races?

KennyBruce.net
Can-Am Duels could be wild or mild

MonteDullton.com
What Are They Supposed to Say?

Motorsport
Canadians prepare to take on Daytona in all three national divisions by Tim Southers;
Suarez feels 2018 'will be much better' than rookie season and
Jeffrey Earnhardt to honor late grandfather with Daytona 500 helmet by Lee Spencer;
It's a season of change in NASCAR, it's just not apparent (yet) and
Kyle Larson: "It's great to be considered" an early title favorite and
Logano remains confident in team despite 2017 struggles by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Darrell Wallace Jr. Riding with History Into Daytona 500 by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
BK Racing files Chapter 11 bankruptcy and
20 years later, memories of Dale Earnhardt's Daytona 500 win remain fresh and
Questions remain for drivers heading into tonight's qualifying races and
Drivers Council features new faces by Dustin Long;
When it comes to Daytona, Martin Truex Jr. only cares about winning by Daniel McFadin

Orlando Sentinel
Danica Patrick flies free from burden of NASCAR expectations on final Daytona ride by George Diaz

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks......Robby Lyons by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever
Predictions and Wishes - Through a Hazy Crystal Ball by J.L. Steele and
50 Years of NASCAR Racing - #14 - Chrysler Plays Hardball by Matt McLaughlin

Raceway Insider
2018 NASCAR Cup Series Preview: Furniture Row Racing by Greg Atkins

Richmond Times Dispatch
Stock car racing not that different from figure skating by Randy Hallman

SB Nation
NASCAR's marketing campaign attempts to strike delicate balance between pushing established veterans and rising stars and
Danica Patrick slips up, accidentally reveals Indianapolis 500 plans by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
Pit changes, new faces front and center for 2018 NASCAR season and
After career season, reigning champion Martin Truex Jr. hopes to pick up where he left off and
Daytona 500 pole winner Alex Bowman not rattled by new found attention and
Can-Am Duel will set Daytona 500 lineup, award points but may lack past drama by Mike Hembree

Yahoo Sports
Martin Truex Jr. feels less pressure after winning 2017 title by Nick Bromberg


posted FEBRUARY 14, 2018

ESPN.com
Bubba Wallace has the car and the drive to change NASCAR by Ryan McGee;
The Earnhardt name, legacy remain on the track -- for now and
Dale Earnhardt Jr. stays true to his late father in work partnerships by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Bubba Wallace faces huge crowds, big questions by ;
Danica 2.0? NASCAR searching for more female drivers by Mark Long

Athlon Sports
Kyle Busch: 2018 NASCAR Season Driver Preview by Geoffrey Miller

Auto Racing Daily
What's the big deal about NASCAR sharing information everyone already has? by Amanda Vincent

Autoweek
Youngest winner Kaz Grala is no ordinary NASCAR Xfinity Series rookie at Daytona by Al Pearce

Charlotte Observer
Some big NASCAR names discuss, finally, their interest in being part of a Panthers bid by Brendan Marks & Rick Rothacker;
NASCAR drivers address upheaval in sport, young vs. old, steakhouses, Super Bowl champs and
Dale Jr.? Gone. Jeff Gordon, too. NASCAR needs stars. Good thing it has William Byron. by Brendan Marks

Daily Courier
Once a thriving sport, NASCAR running low on fuel by Jordan Kobritz

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Truex domination: Bowyer didn't like it, Elliott admired it, and Truex Jr. didn't care by Zach Dean;
2 decades later, Earnhardt's Daytona 500 victory still landmark moment by Ken Willis

Frontstretch
The 10: Power Rankings -- Daytona 500 Edition by Christian Koelle;
Ty Majeski Discovers Road Racing Versatility at Daytona by Phil Allaway;
NASCAR Mailbox: What Happens If Danica Patrick Wins the Daytona 500? by Joseph Wolkin;
The Frontstretch 5: Big Questions as NASCAR Opens 2018 by Amy Henderson;
Did You Notice?: NASCAR's Business Model in Focus by Tom Bowles

Herald Bulletin
Where are the teams for Daytona 500? by Ken de la Bastide

ifantasyrace
Kyle Larson 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview by Ryan Rantz

JeffGluck.com
Let's talk about reverse skew at Daytona

LASTCAR
J.D. McDuffie experienced tremendous highs and lows at Daytona by Brock Beard

MonteDutton.com
Silliness in the Lull

Motor Racing Digest
Stewart-Haas Racing 2018 Team Preview by Matt Lovisa

Motorsport
Jimmie Johnson isn't retiring anytime soon and
Team 60: Roush Fenway Racing's triple threat and
Austin Dillon: "We've got something for the 500" by Lee Spencer;
Roundtable: Pre-season title picks and Daytona 500 predictions;
NASCAR Mailbag: An early prediction for the final four

Motorsports Tribune
Gaulding Carries a Positive Attitude Despite BK Racing's Ongoing Lawsuit by Luis Torres;
Up to Speed - NextEra Energy Resources 250 by Seth Eggert

NASCAR.com
2018 team preview: Team Penske by Kathy Sheldon

NBC Sports
Daniel Hemric's journey to Xfinity Series aided by loyal mechanic by Daniel McFadin;
Bump & Run: Forecasting what to watch for in 2018 by Dustin Long;
Kyle Busch blasts Ryan Blaney in NASCAR marketing debate and
The car that Kurt Busch didn't get with his new contract by Nate Ryan

Popular Speed
Short Field Brings Consequences At Daytona - Not Good by Steve Waid

Raceway Insider
2018 NASCAR Cup Series Preview: Joe Gibbs Racing by Greg Atkins

Richmond County Daily Journal
Will young guns rule the roost in 2018? by Andy Cagle

Speedway Media
The View From My Recliner -- Pre 500 by John Harlow;
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Preview-Daytona by Briar Starr

Topeka Capital-Journal
Clint Bowyer's 2018 focus on returning to victory lane, NASCAR playoffs by Rick Peterson

USA Today
Chevrolet, Ford spent offseason working to catch up to dominant Toyota and
NASCAR's new 'Hawk-Eye' inspection system expected to tighten up 'creative engineering' by Mike Hembree;
Advice NASCAR legend Richard Petty gave rookie, Bubba Wallace and
What Dale Earnhardt Jr. would tell younger self and
Danica Patrick ready for Daytona 500, life after NASCAR by Michelle Martinelli

WSB Radio Race Blog
Elliott says Earnhardt Jr. played big role in reviving the 9 car by Doug Turnbull


posted FEBRUARY 13, 2018

ESPN.com
Kyle Busch tops Martin Truex Jr. for No. 1 in preseason Power Rankings by Ryan McGee;
Peyton Manning to drive pace car for Daytona 500 and
All signs point to fun, stress-free final Daytona 500 for Danica and
Danica Patrick moving on: Three quick, quirky questions and
NASCAR driver Jesse Iwuji debuts at Daytona International Speedway this weekend and
Inside look at Alex Bowman, the new man behind the No. 88 and
Alex not a big fan of 'Bowman the Showman' nickname by Bob Pockrass

Auto Racing Daily
NASCAR yellow-line rule needs review by Amanda Vincent

Autoweek
Ryan Truex working to mirror brother Martin's comeback example by Matt Weaver

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Despite Danica's legacy, female racers still face tough challenges by Dinah Pulver;
Bubba Wallace tackles history, NASCAR Cup Series rookie role by Godwin Kelly

Forbes
Here's A Better Nickname For NASCAR's 'Bowman The Showman' and
Here's A Better Nickname For NASCAR's 'Bowman The Showman' by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
Beside the Rising Tide: Ch-Ch-Changes in NASCAR by Matt McLaughlin;
Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Sports Unveils New NASCAR Graphics in Daytona by Phil Allaway;
5 Points To Ponder: 2018, The Year Of Your All New NASCAR by Danny Peters;
The Underdog House: Small NASCAR Teams Finding Relief - Sort of - Approaching Daytona 500 by Zach Catanzareti;
Who's Hot & Who's Not in NASCAR: Fire Up The Engines for 2018 by Wes Coburn

ifantasyrace
Ryan Blaney 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview and
Jimmie Johnson 2018 Fantasy NASCAR Preview by Ryan Rantz

Inside Dirt Racing
The most important number in the 2018 Daytona 500 will be ... by Richard Allen

JeffGluck.com
12 Questions with Kyle Busch

KennyBruce.net
Trying to figure out this year's Clash

Kingsport Times News
Eric McClure charged with domestic abuse by Jeff Birchfield

Knoxville News Sentinel
Chad Finchum of Knoxville to make Daytona debut in NASCAR Xfinity Series by Mark Alewine

LASTCAR
Osmer Trails Almost-Full Field In Daytona Debut by William Soquet

NASCAR.com
Heavy crash and recent woes aside, Ryan Preece still pursuing dreams in 2018 by Zack Albert

NBC Sports
NASCAR President discusses new manufacturers, night racing at Martinsville by Dustin Long

The Podium Finish
Dream to Believe: Nena Glass' Journey with IVF by Rob Tiongson;
Rookie Roundup: A Look at NASCAR's Young Guns by Katie Copple

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks......Tony Eury Jr. and
Ashley Asks......Dylan Lupton by Ashley McCubbin;
Pole Allows Bowman to Emerge from Earnhardt Jr.'s Shadow by Jason Schultz

Race Fans Forever
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #13 - A Million to One by Matt McLaughlin

Raceway Insider
2018 NASCAR Cup Series Preview: Hendrick Motorsports by Greg Atkins

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Las Vegas odds to win Thursday's Can-Am 150 Duels at Daytona by Micah Roberts

SB Nation
William Byron balances NASCAR career, college studies as he prepares for Daytona 500 and
NASCAR 2018 season preview: Can anyone catch Martin Truex Jr. and Furniture Row Racing? by Jordan Bianchi

USA Today
How NASCAR is working to streamline costs for series, tracks and owners by Mike Hembree

Vegas Insider
Daytona 500 Betting Preview - Top-5 Finish Prediction by Micah Roberts

Yahoo Sports
Predicting the 2018 NASCAR playoff field by Nick Bromberg




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NOTE to authors of articles and blogs: have gotten some complaints in the past from authors/writers/bloggers who send me their links asking and complaining when their link is not added to the article links page. Jayski.com is under NO obligation to post ANYTHING sent. If it seems different, original, interesting, clear and decently written...it will be CONSIDERED. Jayski.com does not just post a blog link because someone reads a PR and posts info from that PR. Or if someone gathers a bunch of news from other newspaper / news site and makes a blog or notes section - do NOT expect it to get posted/linked. Jayski.com checks about 100 news/newspaper/magazine/NASCAR sites a day for article links and gets about 30-45 email requests a day. Jayski.com does NOT respond informing folks if their link gets use or why is was not used. Many sites posted here have a good working relationship with Jayski.com and they get the benefit of the doubt. Blogs and newer sites tend to be watched for a while before links are posted and Jayski.com sees how they post and what their agenda may be. This is not a message board/forum/fan/social media page, where anyone can post and it is not a right to be linked. Thanks and happy posting....

Article titles in ALL CAPS/UPPERCASE will not be linked.
But it is NASCAR not Nascar, I don't post links where folks can't use the proper word NASCAR. NOT Nascar or NA$CAR but NASCAR, show some respect.

Jayski.com usually limits a site to five articles a day, if more are sent, something will be left off.
Jayski.com does NOT double post the same articles by the same writers from different sites / blogs or who sends them first
if a writer prefers to have an article linked to a certain site they must let Jayski.com know.
If the same article is changed to look different in effort to get it reposted, that writer/site/author will ceased to be posted in the future.

Jayski.com may link to some fan / personal blog sites /pages if they are interesting and about NASCAR
Jayski.com does NOT link websites / blogs that are mean, nasty, driver or/and NASCAR bashing or vulgar. any story on the blog/website must have a direct link to that particular article, not just a jump, main page or a page full of different commentary. And if an article, blog or site is just to bash drivers or NASCAR, they will not be included in the links or this page. Articles that are just team/driver/track PR's or basic news will not be posted.

just because a link is submitted, does not mean it will be posted and linked, but it will be considered.

Personal YouTube Videos or links to them are NOT posted

NO APRIL FOOLS HERE: please do not send any April Fools type articles / blogs or humor / jokes posts that poke fun at NASCAR, fans or drivers.
Do not send articles / blogs links that lead readers to believe something that is not true
Jayski.com will not post article links to sites / blogs that are nothing but a rehash of a press release from a team or transcript or simple race winning post