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September 19, 2021

Martinsville Bulletin:
NASCAR schedule announcement and preparation for next week leads to busy times at Martinsville Speedway by Cara Cooper

NASCAR.com:
Hamlin explains 23XI Racing crew-chief change, vision for the role’s future by Terrin Waack

Racin Today:
Bristol Bang-Up Xfinity Finish Was Classic by Deb Williams


September 18, 2021

Associated Press:
Allmendinger slides past Cindric to steal Bristol win, title

Autoweek:
NASCAR Team Owner Rick Hendrick Has More Than Rooting Interest in Greg Anderson, NHRA by Susan Wade

Building Speed:
Stage Wins and Starting Positions by Diandra Leslie-Pelecky

Frontstretch:
AJ Allmendinger Wins Bristol, Regular Season Title While Wrecking Across Line by Stephen Stumpf;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR DraftKings Forecast: 2021 Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol by Joy Tomlinson

Kickin the Tires:
Late Race Accident Ends Austin Hill’s Truck Series Playoff Bid by Seth Eggert

LASTCAR:
Brett Moffitt’s return from illness ends swiftly in Bristol and
Josh Reaume finishes last after truck loses an important piece by Brock Beard

Motorsport:
The NASCAR Cup Series playoff picture entering Bristol and
2021 NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff grid is set by Nick DeGroot;
Allmendinger crashes across the line to win wild Xfinity race by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
Xfinity regular-season title decided by last-lap contact at Bristol: ‘That’s how AJ races’ by Terrin Waack;
Xfinity Series playoff field set after Bristol regular-season finale;
Bristol 101: Avoiding eliminations, odds, Goodyear tire info and more by Zach Sturniolo;
The betting favorite for Bristol? Depends on which oddsmaker you ask by Marcus DiNitto;
Kurt Busch making most of transitional year, building with 23XI and giving Ganassi a proper send-off by Zack Albert

NBC Sports:
What matters at Bristol: Cautions, subsequent restarts will dictate race by David Smith;
Will past Cup champions fall in playoff eliminator at Bristol? by Chris Estrada;
AJ Allmendinger slides across finish line to win Xfinity race, regular-season title by Dustin Long

Racer:
The eNASCAR playoffs face Talladega fight to decide final four by Ryan Kish

Racin Today:
Bristol Track Adds Stress For Champ Hopefuls by Deb Williams

Racing Refresh:
The Playoff Forecast – Week 29 @ Bristol and
StatChat – NASCAR Cup Series @ Bristol Night Race by Adam Carabine

Speedway Media:
Allmendinger spins and wins a wild finish at Bristol; locks up regular season championship by Andrew Kim;
Exclusive: First seasons with Angie Smith by Briar Starr

Skirts and Scuffs:
Trackin’ Trucks: Chandler Smith Wins at Bristol by Courtney Horn

The Podium Finish:
Chasing the Cup with Kyle Larson by Rob Tiongson with Kyle Larson;
William Byron Focused on Strong Bristol Night Race and
Podium Preview: Bristol Night Race by Rob Tiongson

Vegas Insider:
NASCAR Bass Pro Shops Night Race Picks, Predictions by Micah Roberts


September 17, 2021

Associated Press:
Chandler Smith races to first NASCAR Trucks Series victory

Bristol Herald Courier:
Xfinity Series concludes regular season in Bristol by Allen Gregory

Fox Sports:
NASCAR playoff race at Bristol is one last chance to avoid mistakes by Bob Pockrass

Frontstretch:
Ty Gibbs Dominates, Wins ARCA Race at Bristol by Mark Kristl;
Chandler Smith Wins Truck Series at Bristol, Advances to Playoffs Round of 8 by Mark Kristl;
Zach’s Turn: Pocono Raceway’s Doubleheader Canned Too Quickly by Zach Sturniolo;
Friday Faceoff: Candy Eggs, Easter Bunnies & NASCAR Racing? By Frontstretch Staff;
4 Burning Questions: NASCAR Schedule Pondering by Michael Finley;
Stock Car Scoop: Bristol Preview by Bryan Nolen and Adam Cheek;
Tracking the Trucks: Chandler Smith Scores 1st Career Win at Bristol Motor Speedway by Beth Lunkenheimer

Inside Dirt Racing: 
Kyle Larson enjoys lone night in a Late Model at Knoxville by Richard Allen

Johnson City Press:
Smith overtakes Creed on final restart to win UNOH 200 and
Is Kyle Larson the Best Driver on the Planet? by Jeff Birchfield

Motorsport:
Chandler Smith advances in Truck playoffs with Bristol win;
23XI Racing reveals new NASCAR crew chief for Bubba Wallace by Nick DeGroot;
Could the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season be the best ever? by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
Teammate tussle: Nemechek ‘pissed’ about Smith’s racing at Bristol by Terrin Waack;
Chandler Smith wins first career Truck Series race in thriller at Bristol to advance to Round of 8;
Where are they now? Catching up with Ricky Craven by Jerry Bonkowski

NBC Sports:
Will past Cup champions fall in playoff eliminator at Bristol? by Chris Estrada;
Friday 5: Schedule change part of NASCAR’s broader makeover by Dustin Long;
Chandler Smith wins Truck playoff race at Bristol;
Bubba Wallace to work with new crew chief starting at Bristol by Chris Estrada;
NASCAR exec: Clash at L.A. Coliseum will be open invitational for all Cup Series teams by Nate Ryan

Racer:
NASCAR’s Clash at the Coliseum will be an open invitational – O’Donnell and
Crew chief change for Wallace as Wheeler moves into full-time competition role and
WWTR ready to embrace Cup’s arrival in 2022 by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today:
NASCAR Heading To La-La Land by John Sturbin

Speedway Media:
Chandler Smith powers through to next round of Playoffs with Bristol victory by Briar Starr


September 16, 2021

Associated Press:
NASCAR adds Gateway, returns Homestead to playoffs for 2022 by Jenna Fryer

Bristol Herald Courier:
Regular season champion Larson eyeing first victory at Bristol by Allen Gregory

Fort Worth Star-Telegram:
NASCAR’s All-Star Race is returning to Texas Motor Speedway by Drew Davison

Fox Sports:
NASCAR’s schedule changes for 2022 show an effort to keep things fresh by Bob Pockrass

Frontstretch:
Holding A Pretty Wheel: NASCAR’s Storybook Scenario Wouldn’t Be a Happy Ending by Amy Henderson;
Truckin’ Thursdays: Elimination Looms Large at Bristol by Adam Cheek;
Eyes on Xfinity: Josh Williams in Spotlight Thanks to Dale Earnhardt Jr. by Brad Harrison;
2-Headed Monster: Did NASCAR Make Right Decision Moving Richmond Out of Playoffs? by Clayton Caldwell and Luken Glover;
ARCA Preview: 2021 Bush Bean’s 200 at Bristol by Mark Kristl

Indianapolis Star:
NASCAR Cup series returning to IMS road course in 2022, with plans to return to oval imminent by Nathan Brown

Johnson City Press:
Blaney enjoying a breakout season in 2021  by Jeff Birchfield

Kansas City Star:
Kansas Speedway will play host to two NASCAR Cup Series races again in 2022 by Jeff Rosen

LASTCAR:
Bristol the next challenge for Ty Dillon at Our Motorsports and Sam Hunt Racing, among others by Brock Beard;
Costner’s series debut ends before it can begin by Ben Schneider

Motorsport:
NASCAR shakes up playoffs in 2022 Cup Series schedule by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
Pro bettors share NASCAR gambling stories from a different era in Las Vegas by Marcus DiNitto;
Cup Series is St. Louis-bound with World Wide Technology Raceway’s debut in 2022 and
NASCAR unveils 2022 Cup Series schedule; World Wide Technology Raceway signs on by Zack Albert

NBC Sports:
Analysis: With speed surge, Chip Ganassi Racing has last chance at best impression by David Smith;
NASCAR storylines: It’s Bristol, baby – now with 100% less dirt by Chris Estrada;
Questions and answers about 2022 Cup schedule: Will stadium races be new trend? and
NASCAR releases 2022 Cup schedule by Nate Ryan

Pure Thunder Racing:
When Will They Ever Learn? by Frank Buhrman

Racer:
How NASCAR tweaked its 2022 calendar to add variety by Kelly Crandall;
WWTR joins NASCAR Cup schedule for 2022 by Mark Glendenning

Racin Boys:
NASCAR calendar excels in taking product to the masses by Lee Spencer

Racing Refresh:
William Byron Won’t Go Quietly – “We’re Hungry for More” by Adam Carabine

The Podium Finish:
Tracking the Truck Title: Zane Smith by Rob Tiongson with Zane Smith


September 15, 2021

Associated Press:
NASCAR shifts season-opening exhibition to L.A. Coliseum  by Jenna Fryer

Autoweek:
Who’s Safe, Who’s In Trouble as NASCAR Cup Playoffs Head to Bristol by Al Pearce

CBS Sports:
NASCAR Crash Course: Is Martin Truex Jr. Now The Sport’s Best Short Track Racer?by Tom Bowles

Daytona Beach News-Journal:
NASCAR Q&A: Forget Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing is now large and in charge by Ken Willis

Fox Sports:
NASCAR to hold 2022 exhibition race at L.A. Memorial Coliseum by Bob Pockrass

Frontstretch:
NASCAR Mailbox: L.A. Coliseum Is Cool, But Why Not Bowman Gray? by Davey Segal;
Kyle Petty Finds ‘Another Chapter’ of Life with Return of Music Career &
Charity Ride
by Michael Massie;
Dropping The Hammer: NASCAR Cup Drivers React to Largest Next Gen Car Test Yet by Daniel McFadin;
Did You Notice?: Have NASCAR Playoffs Changed Perception 17 Years In? by Tom Bowles;
Frontstretch 5: Best Clutch Performances in NASCAR Playoff History by Jesse Johnston;
Keegan Leahy Leads Every Lap en Route to iRacing Victory at Bristol by Brandon Hauff;
Waid’s World: In The Past Junior Johnson Dominance on Short Tracks – Even Bristol – Was Routine by Steve Waid

Motorsport:
NASCAR Truck champ Sheldon Creed moving to Xfinity Series;
NASCAR to run 2022 preseason Clash at the LA Coliseum and
Justin Allgaier to return to JR Motorsports in 2022 by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
NASCAR’s Clash Moves from Daytona to Los Angeles in 2022 by Luis Torres

NASCAR.com:
NASCAR has history at stadium venues as it readies for L.A. Coliseum exhibition opener by Ken Martin;
Season-opening Clash gets short-track makeover with L.A. Coliseum debut by Zack Albert;
Richmond penalty report: Two Cup teams penalized; No. 77 crew chief suspended

NBC Sports:
Early odds list Kyle Busch as PointsBet favorite for Bristol by Dan Beaver;
Richmond penalty report: Cup crew chief suspended one race and
Justin Allgaier returning to JR Motorsports next season by Chris Estrada;
NASCAR Clash to open 2022 Cup season in LA Memorial Coliseum and
Sheldon Creed joining RCR Xfinity program in 2022 and
NASCAR Power Rankings: Denny Hamlin remains No. 1 by Dustin Long

Racer:
NASCAR moves 2022 Clash to LA Memorial Coliseum and
The tides have turned in NASCAR’s playoffs fight by Kelly Crandall

Racin Boys:
LA Coliseum, Gateway win dates in 2022 NASCAR Cup schedule by Lee Spencer

Racing Refresh:
StatChat Presents: Victory Lane – Race 28 @ Richmond by Adam Carabine;
Coca-Cola Racing Family Through the Years by AJ Appeal

Skirts and Scuffs:
Sheldon Creed to Drive for Richard Childress Racing’s Xfinity Program in 2022 by Courtney Horn;
NASCAR Moves the Clash to Los Angeles by Janine Cloud

USA Today:
6 takeaways from NASCAR’s reported 2022 schedule with big changes and new tracks by Michelle Martinelli


September 14, 2021

Fox Sports:
Of Hendrick drivers, only Kyle Larson has been dominant in the playoffs so far by Bob Pockrass

Frontstretch:
Zach’s Turn: NASCAR’s Points Battles You Should Know Exist by Zach Sturniolo;
5 Points to Ponder: Has JGR Surpassed Hendrick in These Playoffs? by Davey Segal;
Couch Potato Tuesday: Richmond Brings Self-Reflection to NBCSN by Phil Allaway;
NASCAR Stat Sheet: Truex Back on the Radar After Richmond Win by Frank Velat

Johnson City Press:
Playoff underdogs in different spots heading into cut-off race  by Jeff Birchfield

Motorsport:
Pair of Hendrick drivers face NASCAR playoff elimination by Jim Utter

MotorSportsNews.Net(work):
Truex Jr. Wins As Joe Gibbs Racing Finishes 1-2-3 by Chuck Abrams, Sr.

NBC Sports:
NASCAR Cup playoffs: Sizing up drivers looking to avoid elimination at Bristol by Chris Estrada;
Richmond takeaways: Alex Bowman frustrated by playoff errors but owning them by Nate Ryan

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
NASCAR Cup Series race will come to St. Louis in 2022 at World Wide Technology Raceway by Benjamin Hochman