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July 21, 2019

Associated Press:
Maine Man Reaches NASCAR’s Top Series;
Christopher Bell Races To 5th NASCAR Xfinity Win Of Season and
Bowman Wrecks Backup In Practice, Will Drive Johnson’s Spare by Doug Alden

Athlon Sports:
New Hampshire Preview: When Will 2019 NASCAR Silly Season Heat Up? by Tom Bowles;
NASCAR Fantasy Picks: Best New Hampshire Motor Speedway Drivers For DFS by Joy Tomlinson

Citizens Voice:
Pocono Raceway hopes PJ1 traction compound will improve racing by Scott Walsh

Concord Monitor: 
New England natives Seuss, Theriault ready to make Cup debuts at NHMS by Jay McAree

Xfinity Breakdown: Christopher Bell Puts Field, Battles in Rear-View Mirror at New Hampshire by Nick Tylwalk;
Justin Allgaier Pleased with Third-Place Finish at New Hampshire and
NASCAR New Hampshire Notebook: Kyle Larson, Erik Jones Quell Silly Season Rumors and
Paul Menard Upset With Harrison Burton After Xfinity Race at New Hampshire by Bryan Nolen;
Christopher Bell Cruises to 2019 ROXOR 200 Victory by Mark Kristl

Kickin the Tires:
NASCAR mourns death of NASCAR crew chief Nick Harrison in New Hampshire and
Field Could Get Busch-whacked at New Hampshire Motor Speedway by Sarah Handy

Motor Racing Network:
New Hampshire Storylines and
Bell Dominates at New Hampshire by Pete Pistone

Kaulig Racing crew chief Nick Harrison dies at 37 and
Christopher Bell cruises to New Hampshire Xfinity win over Custer by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
Jones Rebounds with Top 10 Finish at NHMS by Seth Eggert;
Allgaier Gets Encouraging Maiden Loudon Top Five by Luis Torres
Nick Harrison, longtime NASCAR crew chief, dies at 37;
Fantasy Update: Last-minute New Hampshire lineup, props advice by RJ Kraft;
Harrison Burton, Paul Menard have words after on-track clash at Loudon by Pat DeCola;
Christopher Bell rules New Hampshire for fifth Xfinity win of 2019 and
Kyle Larson faces difficult challenge after incident leads to backup car and
Drivers see an increased level of aggression in Cup Series by Reid Spencer

NBC Sports:
Longtime crew chief Nick Harrison dies at 37, team announces and
Harrison Burton and Paul Menard exchange words after trading hits by Nate Ryan;
Christopher Bell wins Xfinity race at New Hampshire by Daniel McFadin

The Podium Finish:
In the Driver’s Seat with Aric Almirola and
Podium Preview: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 at New Hampshire by Rob Tiongson

Press of Atlantic City:
Martin Truex has had loads of success — but no NASCAR Cup wins — at New Hampshire by Charles Schroeder

Nick Harrison, Kaulig Racing crew chief, dies at 37 and
NHMS walls claim two more in second practice by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today:
Sitting At The Intersection Of NASCAR And Apollo 11 by Jim Pedley

The Racing Experts
Christopher Bell cruises to victory at New Hampshire by Justin Melillo;
Christopher Bell ties three drivers on NXS wins list by Dominic Aragon

Speedway Media:
Christopher Bell wins at New Hampshire by Bryan Nolen

Yahoo Sports:
NASCAR Xfinity Series crew chief Nick Harrison dies by Nick Bromberg

July 20, 2019

Associated Press:
Brad Keselowski Takes NASCAR Cup Pole At New Hampshire and
Kurt Busch, Crew Chief Enjoy Victory After Daytona Criticism by Doug Alden

Bangor Daily News:
From humble beginnings, Fort Kent’s Theriault ready for NASCAR Cup series debut by Larry Mahoney

Boston Herald:
Kaz Grala, Tyler Reddick are Xfinity hopefuls for Richard Childress Racing by Rich Thompson

Caledonian Record:
NASCAR’s Christopher Bell Coming to Thunder Road by Big Bigelow

Concord Monitor:
Joey Logano returns to home track in Loudon as NASCAR’s defending champion by Nick Stoico

How NASCAR Plans To Race From The Heat by Dave Caldwell

Daily Fantasy NASCAR DraftKings Forecast: 2019 Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 by Joy Tomlinson;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR FanDuel Forecast: Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 by Mike Massie;
ARCA Racing Series Breakdown: 2019 Fans with Benefits 150 at Iowa by Bryan Keith;
Brad Keselowski Wins Pole For 2019 Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 by Bryan Nolen

Inside Circle Track:
Six NASCAR Drivers Who NEED to Win a Race by Richard Allen

Motor Racing Network:
Stenhouse Jr. Ready for Block Party by Pete Pistone

Do blocking and “advance tactics” define today’s NASCAR racing? and
Brad Keselowski tops Kyle Busch for New Hampshire pole and
Kurt Busch: “It doesn’t matter if I’m driving in 2020″ by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
Earnhardt, iK9 Reveal Remaining 2019 Schedule By Seth Eggert and
Ryan Truex Confident Heading into NHMS by Seth Eggert
Logano: There’s a certain knack to New Hampshire Motor Speedway by Reid Spencer;
Brad Keselowski rolls to Busch Pole in New Hampshire qualifying;
Kurt Busch hints at retiring on top if he wins 2019 championship by Pat DeCola

NBC Sports:
Cole Custer claims Xfinity pole at New Hampshire by Daniel McFadin;
Brad Keselowski wins Cup pole at New Hampshire by Dustin Long;
Practice mayhem at New Hampshire as Alex Bowman crashes backup and
Erik Jones ‘close’ to re-signing after meeting with Joe Gibbs this week by Nate Ryan

Keselowski surprised with New Hampshire pole by Kelly Crandall

Roanoke Times:
NASCAR looks for its modern niche by Ed Hardin

July 19, 2019

Becky McBride is the backbone of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West by Davey Segal

Boston Globe:
Dale Earnhardt Jr. transitioned seemlessly from driver’s seat to broadcast booth by Chad Finn

Boston Herald:
Rookie NASCAR driver Ryan Preece set for homecoming on Magic Mile by Rich Thompson

Concord Monitor:
NASCAR rolls into Loudon for a packed weekend of racing by Nick Stoico

Did You Know? NASCAR Technical Institute Students are in the Midst of a Banner Year by Sharon Burton

NASCAR Not Ready To Retire ‘Burnout Boulevard’ by Dave Caldwell

Holding A Pretty Wheel: Could A Step Back Move NASCAR Forward? by Amy Henderson
Fire on Fridays: Kurt Busch Needs to Keep Racing by Joseph Wolkin;
Friday Faceoff: Is Age a Valid reason to Geta Playoff Waiver? by Frontstretch Staff;
NASCAR 101: An Adventure in the Wonderful World of Loop Data and
4 Burning Questions: Does Kurt Busch Really Want to Leave CGR? by Michael Finley

Kickin the Tires:
Patricia Driscoll wants probation but Washington DC prosecutors seek prison term by Jerry Jordan

Motor Racing Network:
Suarez Looks to Break Through by Pete Pistone

Jeffrey Earnhardt set to resume his 2019 NASCAR season by Jim Utter;
NASCAR Roundtable: Redemption for Kurt Busch at Kentucky
Options open for Tyler Reddick as 2020 plans remain undecided by Pat DeCola

NBC Sports:
Friday 5: Did a driver quit a NASCAR race to watch man walk on moon? by Dustin Long

Popular Speed:
Tyler Ankrum Hopeful of Finding Funding to Make Championship Run by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever: 
New Hampshire Nonsense 2003 by PattyKay Lilley

July 18, 2019

Boston Herald:
Driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. makes a pitch for Roush Fenway Racing by Rich Thompson

Charlotte Observer:
The biggest mystery of the NASCAR season? It’s obvious but has no easy solution by Brendan Marks

Daytona Beach News Journal:
3 Things to watch at New Hampshire by Godwin Kelly

Cathy Venturini a Trailblazer at Venturini Motorsports, ARCA, and in Support of Women in Racing by Sharon Burton

NASCAR Burnouts: A Tired Act by Dave Caldwell

2-Headed Monster: Does NASCAR Need to Eliminate Playoff Waivers by Amy Henderson & Mark Kristl;
Odds & Ends Around the Track: Magic Mile Edition by Dennis Michelsen;
Truckin’ Thursdays: No Further Penalties for Stewart Friesen After Kentucky by Beth Lunkenheimer;
Eyes on Xfinity: Ryan Truex Making Most of Limited Opportunities at JR Motorsports and
Frontstretch Podcast: Ryan Newman Relives Top 10 Run at Kentucky by Dustin Albino

Seuss and Theriault’s first Cup starts with Rick Ware Racing among Loudon storylines by Brock Beard

Motor Racing Network:
New Hampshire Fantasy Racing Preview and
New Hampshire Weekend Preview by Pete Pistone

Wood Brothers’ Darlington throwback scheme honors Glenn Wood by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
Wallace Having Fun Shooting Photos in His Free Time by Seth Eggert;
Megadeth, Gimme Radio Joins Reddick’s Ride at Loudon by Luis Torres
Heated NASCAR Playoffs pursuit ramps up potential for bubble drama by Pat DeCola;
Hailie Deegan making smart career moves: ‘There’s a lot on the line’ by Terrin Waack;
Ryan Vargas to make NASCAR national series debut at Iowa by Davey Segal

NBC Sports:
Wood Brothers Racing honors Glenn Wood with Darlington paint scheme by Daniel McFadin

Newton Daily News:
Iowa Speedway has an opportunity to secure NASCAR Cup Series by Christopher Braunschweig

There’s now a documentary about that time NASCAR drivers released a country album by Matthew Leimkuehler

USA Today:
NASCAR champion Kurt Busch thriving at Chip Ganassi Racing: ‘We’ve got a wheelman now’ by Bob Pockrass

Vegas Insider:
New Hampshire Betting Preview: 2019 Foxwoods Resorts Casino 301 by Micah Roberts

Yahoo Sports:
NASCAR Power Rankings: Kyle Busch moves back to No. 1 by Nick Bromberg

July 17, 2019

Bangor Daily News:
Maine native to make Monster Energy Cup Series debut in New Hampshire by Larry Mahoney

Boston Herald:
Ryan Newman will have his Red Sox on for NASCAR’s Foxwoods 301 by Rich Thompson

Chasing the Scoreboard:
In The Fast Lane: Most Improved after Kentucky by Courtney Horn

Daytona Beach News Journal:
Daytona International Speedway’s Juanita “Lightnin’ ” Epton celebrates 99th birthday

Delaware State News:
Dover’s first NASCAR race was fit for a king and
Trio brought life to Dover speedway by Mike Finney

Clint Bowyer Not Worried About Making Playoffs by Dustin Albino;
The Frontstretch 5: Ingredients for a Great Race by Amy Henderson;
The 12: NASCAR Power Rankings Quaker State 400 Edition by Bryan Nolen;
NASCAR Mailbox: Who is the Biggest Championship Sleeper? by Brandon Hauff

Johnson City Press:
NASCAR at Kentucky proves to be great road trip by Jeff Birchfield

Kickin the Tires:
Ryan Sieg Looks to Carry Momentum from Kentucky to New Hampshire by Sarah Handy

Logan Banner:
Brothers battle in the Bluegrass by Steve Mickey

Motor Racing Network:
Short Track Summer by Pete Pistone

Motorsports Tribune:
Vargas to Make Xfinity Series Debut at Iowa by Luis Torres
New Hampshire 101: Track details, TV times, tire selection;
No. 1 Ganassi crew’s car-ride celebration years in the making for team by Zack Albert;
Breaking down Gander Outdoors Truck Series playoff outlook by Davey Segal;
NASCAR betting: Odds, lines for New Hampshire

NBC Sports:
Chevrolet boss happy with three-race Cup winning streak but wants more by Dustin Long;
NBC Sports Power Rankings: Kyle Busch back to No. 1, Kurt Busch to No. 3;
Clint Bowyer looking for some of his old magic at the ‘Magic Mile’ by Daniel McFadin

Race Fans Forever: 
Underneath the Pavement at Loudon by Frank Buhrman

July 16, 2019

Associated Press:
Kurt Busch Still Wheelman 20 Years Into Rocky Career by Jenna Fryer

Dylan Lupton Progressing at DGR Crosley with Top-Five Finish at Kentucky” by Sharon Burton

Why NASCAR Is Giving Itself A Passing Grade by Dave Caldwell

Beside the Rising Tide: Feels Like the First Time by Matt McLaughlin;
Couch Potato Tuesday: Does a GWC Alone Make a Broadcast Great? by Phil Allaway;
The Underdog House: The Other Kind of Kentucky Horsepower by Frank Velat;
Who’s Hot & Who’s Not in NASCAR: Photo Finish by Wesley Coburn;
5 Points to Ponder: NASCAR’s Lost Generation? by Nick Tylwalk

Motor Racing Network:
Power Rankings by Pete Pistone

Kurt Busch: “Now that we’re winners, let’s grab another gear” by Jim Utter
No additional penalties for Halmar Racing following No. 52 truck confiscation;
Ryan Newman feels ‘more of a rookie’ than ever by Terrin Waack;
The Action Network: Suarez or Jones for the better finish at New Hampshire? by PJ Walsh

NBC Sports:
Danielle Trotta new host of NBCSN’s Victory Lap post-race show by Daniel McFadin;
Bump and Run: Forecasting the race for the final playoff spots and
Aretha sang about it, Kurt Busch says he has it with Chip Ganassi Racing by Dustin Long

Pocono Record:
Pocono hopes grip sticks in upcoming race by Zach Sturniolo

Roberts NASCAR Notes:
Odds to win 2019 Foxwoods Resorts Casino 301 at New Hampshire by Micah Roberts

Speedway Media:
Matt Mills climbing through the ranks by Briar Starr

July 15, 2019

Observations: NASCAR Cup at Kentucky by Matt Weaver

Pace Laps: Kentucky Speedway Shakes Up Each of NASCAR’s Top-3 Series by Frontstretch Staff;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2019 Quaker State 400 by Amy Henderson;
Thinkin’ Out Loud: 2019 Quaker State 400 at Kentucky by Bryan Davis Keith;
Up to Speed: Redemption in the Bluegrass State by Bryan Gable

Kickin the Tires:
Why Andy Seuss Deserves This Opportunity with Rick Ware Racing by Sarah Handy

Morganton News Herald:
2 more spots locked in, but playoff picture still messy by Justin Epley

Motor Racing Network:
Kentucky Checkered and Black Flags by Pete Pistone

Third at Kentucky puts Erik Jones back into playoff contention and
Kyle Larson “happy” with assisting in Kurt Busch’s Kentucky win by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
Kurt Busch Is Far From Reaching His Climax by Luis Torres

NBC Sports:
Kurt Busch gushes about Kyle: ‘I love to call him my little brother’ by Nate Ryan
Kentucky winners and losers by Dustin Long

Suarez left feeling empty after Kentucky race unravels by Kelly Crandall

Speedway Media:
NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Kentucky by Jeffrey Boswell;
Larson rounds out top-five finish for Chip Ganassi Racing and
Clint Bowyer satisfied with top 10 finish by Briar Starr

Stock Car Gazette:
Busch Brother Against Busch Brother For The Win At Kentucky! Busch Wins! by Chuck Abrams
15 Designers Competing to Design Alex Bowman’s Paint a Scheme for Vegas Playoff Race and
It’s Shaping up to be a Tight Fight to the Playoffs for Five Drivers by Toby Christie

USA Today:
17-year-old NASCAR driver discusses her meteoric rise and dealing with Twitter haters by Michelle Martinelli