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posted AUGUST 16, 2017

ESPN.com
FRR get pit-crew members back as JGR makes changes to alliance and
Don't doubt Robert Yates' determination by Bob Pockrass

Bristol Herald Courier
On-the-rise Cindric hopes to shine in UNOH 200 at BMS by Allen Gregory

Denver Post
Colorado State program displayed on Danica Patrick's pet-friendly car in Saturday's NASCAR race by Mike Chambers

Frontstretch
The Frontstretch 5: Notable Numbers as NASCAR Heads to Bristol by Amy Henderson;
Beyond the Cockpit: Landon Cassill Has 'Unfinished Business' with Front Row Motorsports by Davey Segal;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Michigan by Frank Velat;
NASCAR Mailbox: Where Will Kasey Kahne End Up? by Joseph Wolkin

Herald News
Busch started well, hopes to finish strong by Curt Herrone

JeffGluck.com
12 Questions with Brett Moffitt

MLive
Darrell Wallace Jr.'s MIS victory 'encumbered' after rules violation found by Taylor DesOrmeau

Motorsport
Ten NASCAR Cup teams take part in Chicagoland test and
Jimmie Johnson learns from Chicagoland NASCAR test by Lee Spencer;
Five things to watch for in Wednesday's Bristol Truck race by Jim Utter;
BKR Take on Trucks: Doug Randolph ready to return home to Bristol by Tim Southers;
Larson justifies Knoxville Nationals hall pass with Michigan win

Motor Racing Network
Weekend Update by Pete Pistone;
Teams Testing at Chicagoland by Jeff Wackerlin

NASCAR.com
Playoff prep among goals from Chicagoland test

NBC Sports
Furniture Row Racing takes over management responsibility of pit crews from JGR and
NASCAR penalizes winning Truck team from Michigan by Dustin Long

Johnson City Press
Busch looks to close in Truck Series race by Jeff Birchfield

The Podium Finish
On The Gas, On The Brakes In Michigan by Stephen Conley

Popular Speed
Road Courses, Stage Racing Creating Drama Ahead of XFINITY Playoffs by Jason Schultz;
Bristol Night Racing Debuts In 1978 With a Yawner by Steve Waid;
First Tweets of the NASCAR Famous by Mike Calinoff

Press of Atlantic City
Ryan Truex brings hot streak to night race at Bristol on Wednesday by Mark Melhorn

Race Fans Forever
And Stomped that Sucker Flat! by David Nance

SB Nation
Why Brad Keselowski wasn't wrong to call out Toyota for 'sandbagging' by Jordan Bianchi

Speedway Media
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Preview-Bristol by Briar Starr

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


posted AUGUST 15, 2017

ESPN.com
Watching the changing of the guard makes for memories, new and old by Ricky Craven

Bristol Herald Courier
Win or else for Junior at BMS and
5 Things from NASCAR by Allen Gregory

Forbes
NASCAR, Losing Fans In A Hurry, Needs To Step Up The Pace by Dave Caldwell

Frontstretch
Beside the Rising Tide: Will Race For Food by Matt McLaughlin;
Five Points to Ponder: Don't Count Out Joey Logano Just Yet by Danny Peters;
The Underdog House: NASCAR Sponsor Woes Not Limited to Small Teams Anymore by Amy Henderson;
Who's Hot & Who's Not In NASCAR: Lessons From The Dirt Edition by Jeff Wolfe;
Couch Potato Tuesday: Michigan Brings Adolescence, Middling Coverage From NBCSN by Phil Allaway

Johnson City Press
Junior's final ride is week's biggest race story by Jeff Birchfield

Kickin the Tires
Playoff Points: Michigan 2 Edition and
Playoff Points: XFINITY/Truck update after Mid-Ohio, Michigan by Aaron Bearden;
NASCAR responds to idea of sandbagging at Michigan by Caleb Whisler

Lexington Dispatch
William Byron firgures to be next star in NASCAR by Ben White

Motor Racing Network
NASCAR Notebook: More Grip for Bristol and
Power Rankings After Michigan by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Truex could clinch regular season NASCAR Cup title at Bristol by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Previewing the NASCAR CWTS UNOH 200 at Bristol and
Ben Rhodes Excited to Return to Bristol by Seth Eggert

NASCAR.com
Playoff clinch scenarios for Bristol Motor Speedway;
Larson's young but drives like Stewart and races to win by Holly Cain;
Ten teams on deck for two-day Chicagoland test by Kenny Bruce

NBC Sports
Who is Hot and Not ahead of the Bristol night race by Daniel McFadin;
Bump & Run: Should NASCAR be doctoring tracks to add grip?;
Danica Patrick: 'I want to continue racing if I have an opportunity to do well' by Dustin Long

Orlando Sentinel
Kevin Harvick disrespects Earnhardt legacy, NASCAR history with shots at Junior by George Diaz

The Podium Finish
In the Driver's Seat with Melissa Fifield by Rob Tiongson

Popular Speed
Wallace Making the Most of Limited Opportunities and
Michigan Success Defines Rise of Furniture Row Racing by Jason Schultz

Race Fans Forever
Who Benefits from the Decline in NASCAR Attendance? by Mitch Walker

Runners World
NASCAR Driver goes from series cycling to marathon training by Drew Dawson

Speedway Media
NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Michigan by Jeffrey Boswell;
The Final Word - Michigan's highlights consisted of one big wreck and one spectacular re-start by Ron Thornton;
Four Takeaways From Saturday's Truck Race At Michigan and
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Power Rankings - Michigan by Briar Starr

USA Today
Organization helps military veterans find hope, synergy in NASCAR and
Kurt Busch on return to Stewart-Haas: 'It's as easy as them giving me an offer' and
Furniture Row's Martin Truex Jr. shoots down all talk of NASCAR team orders by Brant James

Yahoo Sports
NASCAR Power Rankings: Did Larson slither past Truex at the top? by Nick Bromberg


posted AUGUST 14, 2017

ESPN.com
Danica Patrick won't worry about NASCAR future, lack of sponsorship and
Will truck win at Michigan help Darrell Wallace Jr. find a Cup ride? by Bob Pockrass

CupScene
Kyle Larson makes it three in a row with exciting overtime win at Michigan and
The NASCAR Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway as it happened by Greg Engle

Detroit News
Notebook: Byron's Erik Jones gunning for spot in the Chase by David Goricki

Frontstretch
Up to Speed: The Driver Makes the Difference at Michigan by Bryan Gable;
Thinkin' Out Loud: Kyle Larson Gets Dirty to Sweep Michigan by Mike Neff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2017 Pure Michigan 400 and
Furniture Row Racing Gives One Away at Michigan by Michael Massie;
Pace Laps: Miraculous Michigan, Sam Hornish Jr.'s Big Win & Bubba Wallace's Return

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

Kickin the Tires
Martin Truex Jr. loses Michigan win to Larson on late restart and
Ryan Truex on playoff odds: 'I won't feel safe until I win a race and
"Austin Cindric remains confident about playoff hopes despite Michigan loss by Aaron Bearden;
Two Manufacturers Now Looking At NASCAR by Jerry Jordan

LASTCAR
Michigan and Mid-Ohio weekend sees extraordinary two-front battle between all four of NASCAR's top last-place record holders by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network
Michigan Checkered and Black Flags and
Michigan Rear-View Mirror and
Season Best for Bayne, Buescher and
Furniture Row Duo Just Short by Pete Pistone;
Disappointing Finish for Keselowski by Robbie Mays

Motorsport
RCR receives dose of NASCAR playoff optimism Sunday at Michigan and
Team Penske had little to show for their strong start at Michigan by Jim Utter;
Truex on team orders: "That's not how we race" and
O'Donnell pleased with response to impound rumors and
Erik Jones just misses out on first win with third-place at Michigan and
Trevor Bayne scores top result for Ford at Michigan by Lee Spencer

NBC Sports
Robert Yates on cancer fight: 'One day I'm beating it, the next day I'm not beating it and
NASCAR on rumors it would take additional cars after Michigan: Gotcha! by Dustin Long;
Erik Jones misses out on first Cup win at home track by Daniel McFadin;
NASCAR official: Most upcoming tracks will have grip enhancements and
Chase Elliott falls short of a fourth straight runner-up at Michigan by Jerry Bonkowski

Popular Speed
Danica Patrick Stands By Dale Earnhardt Jr. by Tom Jensen

The Racing Experts
Jones ties career-high finish at MIS by Dominic Aragon;
Kyle Larson on victory: 'Feels amazing to steal one' by James Jackson

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Two drivers running ahead of Cup field in battle for season honors by Randy Hallman

SB Nation
Kyle Larson rewards Chip Ganassi's faith by delivering Michigan NASCAR Cup Series win and
Kyle Larson pulls off 'most perfect restart of my life' to beat Martin Truex Jr. at Michigan by Jordan Bianchi

Stock Car Gazette
Dale Jr. Takes on Kevin Harvick... Oh, and Kyle Larson Won Michigan, Too. by Chuck Abrams


posted AUGUST 13, 2017

ESPN.com
Owners let their racers race and Kyle Larson benefits most by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
NASCAR rookie Jones earns podium finish in hometown race by Bob Duff;
Larson snatches another win at Michigan on final restart by Noah Trister

Autotechreviews
If Keselowski vs. Busch rivalry blossoms, NASCAR will be better for it by Matt Myftiu

Chasing the Scoreboard
Kyle Larson wins Pure Michigan 400 by Courtney Horn

Kickin the Tires
Erik Jones falls just short of Michigan win, Truex claims no team orders and
Chris Buescher tallies best finish of 2017 in Michigan by Aaron Bearden;
Gene Haas Says He Is 'Optimistic' On Kurt Busch's Return by Jerry Jordan

Motor Racing Network
Larson Wins Third Straight at Michigan by Pete Pistone

Motorsport
Haas confident Kurt Busch will be back in 2018 and
Larson earns third straight Michigan win with stunning late-race pass by Lee Spencer;
Truex says his "screw up" handed Michigan win to Larson and
Matt Tifft on career-best third at Mid-Ohio: "We needed this one" by Jim Utter;
Hornish prevails in crash-filled NASCAR Xfinity race at Mid-Ohio by Nick DeGroot

Motorsports Tribune
Chris Buescher Scores Third Top 10 of 2017 at Michigan and
The Future is Now: Jones Earns Second Career Top Five at Michigan and
Road Course Ringers Still Have a Place in NASCAR by Seth Eggert;
Manufacturer Wars Heat Up After Keselowski's Comments at Michigan and
Lally Shines at Mid-Ohio, Scoring First Career Top-Five Finish and
Wallace Makes the Most of Truck Series Return in Tumultuous 2017 Season by David

NASCAR.com
Kyle Larson foils Truex, works overtime to boost Michigan winning streak;
Kyle Larson finishes second in prestigious Knoxville Nationals

NBC Sports
Trevor Bayne: Top-five finish at Michigan is 'what we needed' and
Kyle Larson wins in overtime finish for third Michigan victory in a row by Daniel McFadin;
Staff picks for today's Cup race at Michigan;
Kyle Larson finishes 2nd at Knoxville Nationals by Dustin Long

The Podium Finish
Dale Earnhardt Jr's Magical Michigan Moments by Christina Bowman

Popular Speed
7 Reasons Why Kyle Larson Could be the New Face of NASCAR and
Full Finishing Order for Pure Michigan 400 and
6 Million Reasons Why Dale Earnhardt Jr. Hasn't Signed Bubba Wallace and
Ford Teams Look to Recapture Michigan Magic by Tom Jensen;
Early Title Advantage Could Be Decided at Michigan by Jason Schutz

Racin Today
Earnhardt Jr. Is One Of NASCAR's Real And True Things by Jim Pedley

Racer
Truex felt 'helpless' on decisive restart and
Lally's Xfinity drive draws Hall of Famer's praise and
Kyle Busch fires back at Toyota sandbagging claim by Kelly Crandall

SB Nation
NASCAR Michigan 2017 results: Kyle Larson wins Pure Michigan 400 by Jordan Bianchi

Skirts and Scuffs
Right Sides Only: Notes from the Pure Michigan 400 Winning Crew Chief, Chad Johnston by Stacey Owens

USA Today
Kyle Larson wins Pure Michigan 400 by Heather Tucker

Vavel
5 things to watch: Pure Michigan 400 by Steve larson

Yahoo Sports
Quick takeaways from Michigan: Kenseth's caution helped Larson's win by Nick Bromberg


posted AUGUST 12, 2017

ESPN.com
Kyle Busch reacts angrily to Keselowski Toyota comments and
Dale Earnhardt Jr. at place that holds good memories: Michigan and
Looks good, races good? Chevy teams are eager to work with the Camaro by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Ohioan Sam Hornish Jr. wins XFinity Mid-Ohio race by Craig Merz;
Michigan Memories: Earnhardt Jr. has had his moments at MIS and
Darrell Wallace Jr wins in first Truck race since 2014 by Noah Trister;
DiBenedetto staying with Go Fas Racing for 2018

Autoweek
Matt DiBenedetto just happy to have a job in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and
A NASCAR win for Brad Keselowski would make Michigan even more special by Mike Brudenell

Detroit Free Press
Brad Keselowski wins Pure Michigan 400 pole at home track of MIS by Brandon Folsom

Detroit News
Darrell 'Bubba' Wallace Jr. emerges from pack to win MIS truck race by Gregg Krupa

The Final Lap
Sorry Harvick, Dale Jr. is Not the Reason NASCAR is Slumping by Toby Christie

Forbes
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Didn't Deserve That by Dave Caldwell

Mansfield News Journal
Sam Hornish Jr. wins Mid-Ohio Challenge by Connor Casey

Motor Racing Network
Kahne Wants to Stay in Cup by Robbie Mays

Motorsport
Logano on fatherhood: "You don't know what you don't know" by Jim Utter;
Kasey Kahne: "I really want to still be in the Cup Series" in 2018 and
Matt DiBenedetto to remain with Go Fas Racing in 2018 and
NASCAR Cup Series playoff watch: Who's on the bubble by Lee Spencer

Motorsports Tribune
Matt DiBenedetto, Gene Nead, to Return to Go Fas Racing in 2018 and
Cindric Scores Fifth-Straight Top 10 Finish at Michigan and
Matt Tifft Earns Career-Best Finish at Mid-Ohio by Seth Eggert

Nevada Appeal
NASCAR hits the road for exciting action by Roger Diez

NBC Sports
Bubba Wallace roars to win in first Truck race since 2014 at Michigan and
Sam Hornish Jr. dominates to earn first career road course win at Mid-Ohio by Jerry Bonkowski;
Matt DiBenedetto to return to Go Fas Racing in 2018 by Dustin Long;
Kasey Kahne: 'I don't want to be done yet' with NASCAR career by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
Keselowski's Mid-Season Resurgence Going Unnoticed by Mitchell Breuer;
6 Storylines for Sunday's Pure Michigan 40 and
8 Things Kasey Kahne Had to Say After Losing His Ride and
Kyle Larson Will Run Knoxville Nationals Tonight and
Michigan Native Brad Keselowski Takes Pole at MIS and
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Wants to Talk to Kevin Harvick by Tom Jensen

Race Fans Forever
Fast Forward ~ The 2017 Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan by Jim Fitzgerald

Racer
Matt Bell OK after heavy hit at Mid-Ohio by Kelly Crandall;
Larson gets Ganassi's OK to run Knoxville Nationals by Robin Miller

Racing Today
Veteran Drivers Being Displaced by Cheaper Labor by John Sturbin

Roberts NASCAR Notes
Final Michigan Driver Ratings: 2017 Pure Michigan 400 by Micah Roberts

SB Nation
Kasey Kahne moves past Hendrick Motorsports release, ready for fresh start by ;
NASCAR Michigan 2017 qualifying results: Brad Keselowski leads Team Penske front row sweep by Jordan Bianchi

Skirts and Scuffs
Trackin' Trucks: Bubba Wallace Earns CWTS Victory In Michigan by Courtney Horn

USA Today
Three things to watch in Sunday's NASCAR Pure Michigan 400 and
Memories of Michigan: Dale Earnhardt Jr. says good-bye to a special track by Brandon Folsom

Yahoo Sports
Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano give Penske a sweep of Michigan front row by Nick Bromberg




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