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posted APRIL 23-24, 2017

ESPN.com
A rain postponement not what Bristol Motor Speedway needed by Bob Pockrass

Asheboro Courier Tribune
Go high, low or stay home? Questions abound for Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway by Tony Bolick

Associated Press
Drivers trying to figure out the sticky Bristol surface by Jenna Fryer;
Erik Jones makes it 2 straight this season with Xfinity win

Bristol Herald Courier
Diehard NASCAR fans prefer the old-school way of racing and
Food City 500 postponed until Monday and
Challenges abound for drivers in today's Food City 500 and
Mark Martin played a key role in transformation of BMS and
Harrison Burton wins K&N race and
Xfinity shows that young talent is on the rise in NASCAR by Allen Gregory;
BMS Notebook: Clements, Chastain fight spices up rain delay and
Late bump lifts Jones to another Xfinity win at BMS by Nate Hubbard;
NASCAR sang country in 1975 by Tom Netherland;
Food City's 25th anniversary of sponsoring NASCAR event brings memories by Robert Sorrell

Competition Plus
Bristol, Baby, Baby, It's a Wild World by Monte Dutton

FoxSports
NASCAR community reacts to soggy Sunday morning in Bristol and
Brutal forecast puts Food City 500 at Bristol in jeopardy by Tom Jensen;
Brad Keselowski on NASCAR: 'It's not meant to be a fair sport' and
Danica Patrick talks Indy 500, Bristol and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and
Jimmie Johnson got right with 'as many margaritas and beers' as he could handle in Mexico by Joe Menzer

Frontstretch
Up to Speed: Erik Jones Pursues his First Win by Bryan Gable;
XFINITY Breakdown: Erik Jones Comes From the Back Late to Win by Dustin Albino;
2017 Frontstretch Cup: Food City 500 Predictions
Pace Laps: Rain at Bristol on Sunday, Erik Jones Leads the Way in XFINITY

JeffGluck.com
Old Bristol shows a hint of returning, but drivers resist and
Social Spotlight with Mike Joy

Johnson City Press
Rains start, race doesn't; postponed to Monday and
Burton wins rain-shortened Zombie 125 by Dave Ongie

Kickin' the Tires
FBI Documents Show Patricia Driscoll Used Charity $$$ in Legal Fight Against Kurt Busch by Jerry Jordan

Morning News
Short tracks throwbacks for NASCAR by Cathy Elliott

Motorsport
A new winner could come out of Bristol by Lee Spencer;
Burton scores first NASCAR K&N Pro Series East win by Tim Southers

Motorsports Tribune
Quin Houff Impresses in Xfinity Debut, Finishes 15th at Bristol by Seth Eggert

NASCAR.com
Larson, McMurray surge as CGR work bears fruit by Kenny Bruce;
Meet Dr. Fiege: Physician to help further enhance medical efforts by Holly Cain;
Burton Victorious in Bristol by Zach Catanzareti

NBC Sports
NASCAR drivers should remember that Bristol was built on the bottom, baby by Jeff Burton;
Family affair: Harrison Burton celebrates first K&N Pro Series East win with parents and
Jeremy Clements receives swollen left eye after punch from Ross Chastain by Dustin Long;
Erik Jones overcomes penalty to win Xfinity race at Bristol in three-lap shootout by Daniel McFadin

The Podium Finish
In the Fast Lane with Michael McDowell by Rob Tiongson

Popular Speed
Impressive Run Leads Hemric to 'Dash 4 Cash' Prize by Jason Schultz;
Three Takeaways: Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 by Travis Barend

The Racing Experts
All tracks should move victory lane to the frontstretch by Geoff Bodine;
Will Kyle Busch recapture his Bristol magic? and
Food City 500 fantasy picks and
Big surprises through seven races and
Jones captures back-to-back XFINITY wins by Taylor Goins

RacinToday
'Dirty' Drivers Should Have An Edge At Bristol by Deb Williams

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Rusty Wallace still passionate about racing 12 years after retirement by Randy Hallman

RaceTalkRadio
Bubba Wallace Could Lose His Ride...So What? by Dennis Michelsen

SB Nation
Bristol NASCAR race day weather forecast: Wet all day (and night) Sunday by Brian Neudorff

Skirts and Scuffs
Weathering It All: Five Questions for Bristol by Kristen Schneider

Toronto Star
Fawning over Alonso becoming irritating by Norris McDonald

USA Today
Some big names missing from NASCAR's win column by A.J. Perez


posted APRIL 22, 2017

ESPN
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Trevor Bayne getting results for Roush Fenway Racing by Bob Pockrass

Asheboro Courier-Tribune
Wallace Jr. all smiles heading into Xfinity race by Tony Bolick

Associated Press
Busch and Gibbs team hope for breakthrough at Bristol by Jenna Fryer

Bluefield Daily Telegraph
XFinity driver Hemric a curious driver by Larry Edens

Bristol Herald Courier
It's time for all NASCAR fans to appreciate Junior and
Martin-McClure are hoping for repeat of 2016 in K&N race and
Blake Koch hopes to be center of attention in Xfinity Series and
Kyle Busch offers his opinion on BMS by Allen Gregory;
Cup leader Larson, Allgaier, Gaughan share BMS stories with Weaver students and
BMS Notebook: Kurt Busch hopes to rediscover winning ways at BMS by Nate Hubbard

Elmiria Star Gazette
Q&A: Printup talks future of WGI, IndyCar, Phish by Andrew Legare

Frontstretch
Daily Fantasy NASCAR Hot-Starts: Food City 500 by Corey Brewer;
Eric McClure on XFINITY Series: 'There Are Days I Miss it Terribly' by Zach Catanzaretti

Motor Racing Network
Bristol Currently No Fun for Larson and
Johnson Has His Mojo Back and
Busch Knows Bristol's Challenges by Pete Pistone;
Kenseth Eyes Bristol Turnaround by Jeff Wackerlin

Motorsport
Five things to watch for in Saturday's Xfinity race by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Larson have a message for the rain: Stay away and
Kyle Busch isn't fretting how Joe Gibbs Racing has started season by Dustin Long;
Good news, race fans: few conflicts with NFL games during 2017 NASCAR playoffs and
To bump-and-run or not to bump-and-run, that is the question by Jerry Bonkowski

NESN Fuel
NASCAR's Impromptu Scheduling Changes Punish Fans Who Plan Ahead by Pat McAssey

Nevada Appeal
Bristol features short track - and tempers by Roger Diez

Popular Speed
Matt Tifft Hopes Familiarity Leads to Another Top-10 by Ashley McCubbin;
Bristol Favors Surprise Contenders by Jason Schultz

Race Fans Forever
It's Bristol Baby, but Which Bristol? by PattyKay Lilley

Racer
Insight: NFL star tackles NASCAR diversity by Mark Glendenning


posted APRIL 21, 2017

ESPN.com
Kenseth focused on turning season around amid sponsor talk, retirement rumors by Bob Pockrass;
Turn 4: Alonso running Indy 500 a good idea? ESPN NASCAR experts weigh in on four of the biggest questions:
Turn 1: What do you think of Fernando Alonso running the Indy 500?
Turn 2: Is Bristol the place where Joe Gibbs Racing gets its first win of the year?
Turn 3: Noted Redskins fan Dale Earnhardt Jr. has to drive a car with his favorite team's rival, the Eagles, at Pocono. What driver-sponsor matchup would you most enjoy for ironic reasons?
Turn 4: We're seven races into the Cup schedule, so which driver has made the most improvement since the season's start?
by Ricky Craven, Ryan McGee, Bob Pockrass, Marty Smith, Matt Willis

Arizona Republic
If football doesn't work out, maybe NASAR pit crew will by Jeff Metcalfe

AutoWeek
Rocket scientist plays key role in Ryan Blaney's NASCAR Cup effort by Al Pearce

Auto Racing Daily
Fan site handles Matt Kenseth announcement irresponsibility by Amanda Vincent

Bluefield Daily Telegraph
NASCAR's Clint Bowyer wants last year in the rear view by Larry Edens

Bristol Herald Courier
Former Daytona 500 prodigy Bayne feels like 'the old guy' and
Fitness no mere fad for today's drivers by Allen Gregory;
NASCAR Xfinity driver Michael Annett visits Avoca Elementary by Zach Irby

Charlotte Observer
Which Kyle Larson will we get at Bristol this time? and
NASCAR Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway: What you need to know by Matt Crossman

The East Tennessean
Don't be so quick to stereotype NASCAR fans by Bianca Marais

Elizabethtown Bladen Journal
Some thoughts on a number of changes by Andy Cagle

Janesville Gazette
Fuel & Tires: Bristol for NASCAR; IndyCar hits Alabama by Dave von Falkenstein

Motor Racing Network
Harvick Going for Two in a Row by Pete Pistone

Motorsports Tribune
Previewing the NASCAR Xfinity Series Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 at Bristol by Seth Eggert

Motorsport
Ganassi resurgence could lead to new opportunities by Lee Spencer;
Joe Gibbs "very disappointed" with JGR's start to the 2017 season by Jin Utter;
NASCAR Roundtable: Who will come out on top at Bristol?

Motorsports Tribune
Justin Allgaier Hopeful for Another Xfinity Dash 4 Cash Win by Seth Eggert

NESN Fuel
Latest Charlotte Shake-Up Leaves NASCAR With No Nighttime Playoff Race by Dakota Randall

The Podium Finish
Track Talk: Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway by Rob Tiongson;
Crunching the Numbers: 2017 Food City 500 by Ashley Hobbs

The Racing Experts
The importance of the first off-week by Geoff Bodine;
Previewing the Food City 500 by Daniel Courson

Toronto Star
Talladega is as much a social event as it is about racing by Rick McGinnis

USA Today
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. sees surge coming from Roush Fenway Racing by Brant James;
NASCAR team goes all-in to help kid get year's supply of chicken nuggets by Michelle R. Martinelli

WJHL
NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Mark martin recalls fondest Bristol memory by Kenny Hawkins


posted APRIL 20, 2017

ESPN.com
Cup drivers can finally get back in the mobile carrier business by Bob Pockrass

Autoextremist:
Fumes: The giant holding pattern that grips racing by Peter M. De Lorenzo

Bristol Herald Courier
Fans want chaotic Bristol of old and
Bold spirit continues to grow at BMS and
Reaching out to kids would make sense for NASCAR by Allen Gregory;
Race traffic plan to stay the course this weekend by Tammy Childress

Chattanooga Times Free Press
Always exciting Bristol brings NASCAR back from break by Mark McCarter

Florida Times-Union
NASCAR: What we know after seven races by Don Coble

FoxSports
Why Joe Gibbs isn't sweating NASCAR team's slow start by Tom Jensen

Frontstretch
Eyes on XFINITY: Morgan Shepherd Reflects on Bristol Dominance - Dustin Albino;
Daily Fantasy Forecast: Food City 500 Preview - Corey Brewer

Knoxville News Sentinel:
Trevor Bayne, Rusty Wallace on the menu for Food City Race Night

Lastcar
Mike Potter and family share deep ties with NASCAR and native Tennessee by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Busch Looks for Bristol Bash by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Will Hendrick build on Texas success at Bristol? by Lee Spencer;
Joe Gibbs: Addition of Circle K to JGR "a winner" for all involved by Jim Utter;
NASCAR Mailbag - Answering your questions by Jim Utter & Lee Spencer

Motorsports Tribune
Throwback Thursday Theater - Burton Leads 1-2-3 Finish for RCR at Bristol by David Morgan

NASCAR.com
Junior beats fitness guru Johnson in weekly workout by Jessica Ruffin;
Kenseth: If Tom Brady can win Super Bowls at 40, I can drive fulltime at 45 by Kenny Bruce

Popular Speed
Waid's World: A Few Drivers Dominated Bristol In The Past - And For Good Reason by Steve Waid;
Daniel Suarez Could Get Momentum Back at Bristol by Ashley McCubbin

Talladega Superspeedway
The beginning of a beloved patriotic tradition

Thepodiumfinish
Notes And Quotes For Bristol by Stephen Conley

Race Fans Forever
Fast Forward ~ The 2017 Food City 500 at Bristol by Jim Fitzgerald

Racer
Gibbs taking patient approach with Suarez by Kelly Crandall

SB Nation
Bristol NASCAR weather: How wet of a race weekend can fans expect? by Brian Neudorff;
Matt Kenseth isn't retiring, he just has a new sponsor by Jordan Bianchi

Skirts and Scuffs
Faith on the Frontstretch: Drained and Dehydrated, "Superman" Still Wins the Race by Beth Reinke

SpeedwayMedia
Hot 20 - Bristol is an all-star venue though Charlotte remains host of the all-star race by Ron Thornton

Sporting News
NASCAR at Bristol: Vegas odds, key stats, sleepers, fantasy drivers to watch by Joe Rodgers

WJHL
NASCAR driver Kyle Busch hopes to end his drought at BMS this weekend by Kenny Hawkins


posted APRIL 19, 2017

The Augusta Chronicle
Keselowski spends time at Augusta Fisher House by Doug Stutsman

Auto Racing Daily
Would rosin be a better option than restrictor plates at Indianapolis Motor Speedway? by Amanda Vincent

Bristol Herald Couier
Reaching out to kids would make sense for NASCAR and
Brennan Poole followed a winding road to Xfinity Series by Allen Gregory;
Race weekend activities are not postponed, despite false news story by Reece Ristau

Charlotte Observer
Short takes: More advice for the NBA and NASCAR, and a Danica Patrick story by Tom Sorensen

Fayetteville Observer
Full Throttle: Fan voting open for NASCAR Hall of Fame by Thomas Pope

FoxSports
An audacious idea for the next great NASCAR track and
Ranking the top NASCAR team owners by age and
Robert Yates honored by friends and family for his birthday by Tom Jensen;
6 drivers who could pull off a surprise win at Bristol by Tim Durr

Frontstretch
Did You Notice? ... Jimmie Johnson's Other Big Milestone by Tom Bowles;
NASCAR Mailbox: Talk About Racing, Not Events Outside of It by Joseph Wolkin;
Where Are They Now? Pete Shepherd by Zach Catanzareti
Frontstretch 5: NASCAR Moments to Make You Laugh Out Loud by the Frontstretch Staff;
The 10: Power Rankings Of The Best Drivers To Never Win A Cup Race by Frank Velat

Hot Rod / Circle Track
Racing Technical Colleges (Part Three) by Bob Bolles

Jeff Gluck
Fan Profile: Bob Vick

Motor Racing Network
Spring Cleaning by Pete Pistone

Motor Racing Digest
Regular Season Update: Hendrick Motorsports and
Head-to-Head: Bristol Motor Speedway by Matt Lovisa

NASCAR.com
Harvick recounts 2002 WWE-style dust-up with Biffle at Bristol by Pat DeCola

NBC Sports
Kevin Harvick advocates rotating All-Star Race and putting the showcase up for bid by Nate Ryan;
How Is NASCAR doing? I don't know (but turning left doesn't make me dizzy) by Parker Kligerman

Orlando Sentinel
Kyle Larson, Jamie McMurray help spark healing journey for Felix Sabates by George Diaz

Pit Talks
Pit Road x 2...Its Bristol Baby!

Race Fans Forever
Who's Gonna Fill Their Seats? by Vivian Simons

RaceTalkRadio
Would Carl Edwards Replace Darrell Waltrip At Fox? by Mike Harper

Richmond Times Dispatch
NASCAR should name Cup trophies after Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt by Randy Hallman

SpeedwayMedia
Bristol Motor Speedway - Did You Know? by Angela Campbell

UPI - The Sports Xchange
Rookie Erik Jones bidding to go where few have - NASCAR title by Jonathan Ingram

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




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