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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Jeff Gordon graduated from racing sprint cars on "Thursday Night Thunder" to the big leagues of NASCAR, arriving with a sill…

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This, Jimmie Johnson admits, is more change than he has ever known. Over his 18-year career, the seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion has been one of the sport's pinnacles of consistency. Heck, you could argue he's been the pinnacle of consistency. He has been with the same Hendrick Motorsports team, his same sponsor in Lowe's, same color scheme, same crew chief - same everything. So yeah, ...

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It's a question no NASCAR fan truly wants the answer to, and yet it still bears asking: Are we witnessing the beginning of the end of Jimmie Johnson? As NASCAR's offseason trudges on, and final sponsorships or driver deals are announced, Johnson finds himself involved in the shakeup for seemingly the first time ever. Next season, his 19th at the Cup Series level, will be his first without ...

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Something, or someone, will save NASCAR. We aren't sure who, or when, but it will happen. Because it has to. That NASCAR needs help should be beyond dispute by now. I say this as America's premier motorsport circuit crowns its season and celebrates itself this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the massive racetrack tucked amid agricultural land 40 miles southwest of downtown. It's the 17th ...

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The NASCAR Cup Series title race at Homestead-Miami Speedway is finally here, and come Sunday night, we'll be reigning in our newest champion. All four contenders - Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr., and Kyle Busch - have stellar resumes at Homestead, meaning any of the quartet could reasonably walk away with the trophy. If Harvick, Truex, or Busch are able to pull off the win, ...