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May 17, 2021

Associated Press:
Bowman parks 48 in familiar spot in victory lane at Dover by Dan Gelston

Auto Racing Daily:
NASCAR Cup: Alex Bowman victorious at Dover by Amanda Vincent

Autoweek:
Alex Bowman, Hendrick NASCAR Extension’A Formality’ by Matt Weaver

CBS Sports:
Alex Bowman, Hendrick Motorsports are working on multi-year deal to keep him in No. 48 car by Steven Taranto

Cup Scene:
‘Weirdo’ Alex Bowman gets more good news after Dover win and
Don’t look for Rick Hendrick to retire anytime soon and
Aric Almirola walks away after scary crash at Dover and
Alex Bowman leads a Hendrick parade at Dover by Greg Engle

Forbes:
NASCAR Team Roush-Fenway Racing Enters The World Of Blockchain by Greg Engle

Frontstretch:
Stock Car Scoop: How Did Hendrick Motorsports Finish 1-2-3-4 at Dover? by Bryan Nolen & Adam Cheek;
Thinkin’ Out Loud: 2021 Drydene 400 at Dover by Logan Reardon;
The Underdog House: Daniel Suarez Cashes in With Dover Top 10 by Luken Glover;
The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2021 Drydene 400 by Amy Henderson;
Up to Speed: Who’s the Biggest Championship Threat at Hendrick Motorsports? by Bryan Gable;
Hendrick Motorsports Dominates Dover, Sweeps Top 4 Positions by Davey Segal;
Alex Bowman Wins, Hendrick Motorsports Overwhelms at Dover by Adam Cheek

Fox Sports:
Three Takeaways: Hendrick Motorsports dominates Dover with 1-2-3-4 finish by Bob Pockrass

Kickin the Tires:
Kyle Larson “not disappointed or upset” after dominating, finishing second by Summer Bedgood;
Wallace earns best finish of 2021 season to date at Dover and
Strategy call earns Suarez top-10 at Dover by Seth Eggert

LASTCAR:
For the second-straight race, Aric Almirola finishes last after a brutal hit at Dover by Brock Beard

Motorsport:
Alex Bowman returns No. 48 to Victory Lane at Dover and
Kyle Larson: “There wasn’t anything else I could do” by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune:
Hendrick Sweeps Top Four at Dover, First in Cup Since 2005 by Luis Torres

NASCAR.com:
A history of first-four sweeps by a single NASCAR Cup Series team by Zack Albert;
Rick Hendrick: Alex Bowman expected to return in 2022;
Alex Bowman leads Hendrick’s first-four sweep at Dover, ices second win of 2021

NBC Sports:
Josh Berry caps busy weekend with Cup debut at Dover and
Kyle Larson takes Dover near-miss in stride by Chris Estrada;
Paul Menard to drive fifth ThorSport truck at COTA and
Dover winners and losers and
Alex Bowman, Hendrick Motorsports moving closer on contract extension and
Alex Bowman leads 1-2-3-4 Hendrick Motorsports finish at Dover by Dustin Long

Racin Boys:
Alex Bowman leads Hendrick Motorsports’ 1-2-3-4 sweep at Dover by Lee Spencer

Racin Today:
Bowman Leads Hendrick Blitz At Dover by Jim Pedley

Speedway Media:
Bowman leads a 1-2-3-4 finish for Hendrick Motorsports at Dover by Andrew Kim


May 16, 2021

Associated Press:
Cindric romps in NASCAR Xfinity Series victory at Dover by Dan Gelston

Kicking the Tires:
Harrison Burton out dueled by Ty Gibbs for top-five at Dover by Seth Eggert

LASTCAR:
Radio issues and a blown water line knock David Starr out of the running at Dover by Brock Beard

Motorsport:
Austin Cindric takes Dover Xfinity win, Berry wins $100,000 by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
Josh Berry cashes in at Dover, closes out JRM’s clean sweep of Dash 4 Cash paydays by Zack Albert;
What to Watch: Full guide for Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway by Pat DeCola;
That aged well: Old driver tweets from Dover by Steve Luvender

NBC Sports:
What matters at Dover: Passers of all walks challenged by unique surface by David Smith;
Austin Cindric cruises to Xfinity win at Dover by Dustin Long

Racing Refresh:
StatChat – NASCAR Cup Series @ Dover by Adam Carabine

Speedway Media:
Cindric perseveres to win the XFINITY Series Drydene 200 at Dover by Angela Campbell


May 15, 2021

Building Speed:
Are NASCAR Caution Lengths Increasing? by Diandra Leslie-Pelecky

Charlotte Observer:
Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race at Charlotte will open at full capacity, masks not required by Rick Bonnell

Fantasy Racing Online:
Dover DraftKings NASCAR Picks, Projections, & Strategy Breakdown and
Dover NASCAR Algorithm Predicted Finishing Order and
Dover Slingshot NASCAR Fantasy Picks and
FanDuel NASCAR Driver Projections & Picks for Dover by Jordan McAbee

Frontstretch: 
Daily Fantasy NASCAR DraftKings Forecast: 2021 Drydene 400 by Joy Tomlinson and
SRX Driver Profiles: Michael Waltrip by Adam Cheek

Inside Circle Track:
William Byron and Rudy Fugle clicking on all cylinders for HMS by Richard Allen

Motorsport:
Talladega to offer COVID-19 vaccine, and a drive around the track by Nick DeGroot;
Roush Fenway Racing first to offer crypto fan tokens in NASCAR by Jim Utter

Motorsports Analytics:
6 After 6: Kansas’ caution-flag impact, Hamlin’s 750-hp speed among notable nuggets by David Smith

NASCAR.com:
NASCAR betting: Short price on Truex opens value elsewhere on Dover oddsboard by Marcus DiNitto

NBC Sports:
Charlotte will open stands to full capacity for Coca-Cola 600 weekend and
Justin Allgaier heads to Dover with more on his mind than just racing and
Josh Berry on Cup debut at Dover: “It’s all happened rather quickly” by Chris Estrada

The Podium Finish:
In the Hot Seat with Kyle Busch by Rob Tiongson

Racer:
Josh Berry to replace sidelined Haley at Dover

Racin Boys:
Ryan Blaney gets acquainted with the Next Gen car and
Josh Berry to make his Cup Series debut with Spire Motorsports at Dover by Lee Spencer

Racing Refresh:
The Playoff Forecast – Week 13 @ Dover by Adam Carabine

Santa Rosa Press Democrat:
NASCAR’s return to Sonoma Raceway poised to be Bay Area’s biggest event in over a year by Phil Barber

Tennessean:
Hendersonville’s Josh Berry will make NASCAR Cup Series debut Sunday at Dover by Mike Organ


May 14, 2021

Associated Press:
Full circle: Texas Motor Speedway’s Gossage stepping down by Jenna Fryer

Autoweek:
Bubba Wallace on Netflix Series, Mental Health and 23XI Improvements and
NASCAR’s Most Memorable Moments at Dover International Speedway by Matt Weaver

Bristol Herald Courier:
McClure left a legacy that will long be remembered by friends and family by Allen Gregory

Ft Worth Star-Telegram:
TMS president Eddie Gossage to step down this summer, says ‘timing just feels right’ by Drew Davison

Fox Sports:
The 10 drivers Bob Pockrass would like to see make a Tebow-like comeback

Frontstretch:
Friday Faceoff: Should Dover Host 2 Cup Races Again? by Frontstretch Staff;
NASCAR 101: Why Dover Is the House of Hendrick by Rob Tiongson;
Fire on Fridays: Racing Safety Features Work by Mark Kristl;
4 Burning Questions: Should NASCAR Limit Cup Organizations to 2 Teams? by Michael Finley;
Reel Racing: The Motorsports Movie Awards by Adam Cheek;
Stock Car Scoop: Can Martin Truex Jr. Make it 4 Wins in 2021? by Bryan Nolen and Adam Cheek

Motorsport:
Why NASCAR’s Next Gen cost savings won’t be apparent in 2022 by Charles Bradley;
COVID-19 protocols sideline Justin Haley from Dover races and
Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage set to retire by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
Justin Haley out at Dover due to COVID-19 protocols; Zane Smith to sub;
Dover 101: Starting lineup, betting odds, key storylines by Sean Montgomery;
Cody Ware shares his story, strives to give back for mental health awareness by Zack Albert;
Allgaier hitting his stride as Xfinity Series heads to Dover by Holly Cain;
NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race Fan Vote open now

NBC Sports:
Friday 5: Market grows for NASCAR charters by Dustin Long;
Playoff push in progress for Tyler Reddick and
Eddie Gossage to step down as Texas Motor Speedway president by Chris Estrada

Racer:
Gossage to step down as TMS president by Kelly Crandall

Racin Today:
Departing Gossage: ‘It’s Probably Time’ byu John Sturbin

Speed Sport:
Briscoe: ‘We’ve Got To Crawl, Then Walk, Then Run’ by Jacob Seelman


May 13, 2021

Associated Press: 
JRM wins appeal to overturn Gragson’s disqualification

Frontstretch:
Holding a Pretty Wheel: Too Early to Engrave the NASCAR Cup Series Trophy by Amy Henderson;
2-Headed Monster: Should JR Motorsports Make Jump to Cup Series? by Clayton Caldwell & Mark Kristl;
Should ARCA Return to Live Pit Stops? by Mark Kristl;
Thursday Morning Thunder: Fuel Shortage Puts Local Racing Front & Center, Flaws & All by Bryan Keith;
Eyes On Xfinity: Clarity Needed on Penalty Appeal Rulings by Brad Harrison

Inside Dirt Racing:
Kyle Larson scores FloRacing victory at Brownstown by Richard Allen

LASTCAR:
Debut of Kyle Sieg, return of John Hunter among the few driver swaps in Dover and
Rescinded penalty causes Matt Mills to prevail in four-day last-place battle by Brock Beard

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:
Road America has a title sponsor for its July 4 Cup race, a Wisconsin company new to NASCAR by Dave Kallman

Motorsport:
Gragson, JR Motorsports win appeal, $100,000 bonus restored;
Rolex 24 champ Kyle Tilley to make NASCAR debut at COTA by Jim Utter

NASCAR.com:
How some NASCAR bettors, DFS players are benefitting from lack of practice, qualifying by Marcus DiNitto;
JRM No. 9 team’s Darlington penalty overturned; Gragson’s Dash 4 Cash prize restored

NBC Sports:
Roush Fenway Racing joins Socios.com blockchain platform by Chris Estrada;
Analysis: Greg Ives has built a pit road juggernaut around Alex Bowman by David Smith;
NASCAR eases mask mandate in garage, pits and
JR Motorsports wins appeal; penalty to No. 9 team rescinded and
Nashville Fair Board raises questions about details with Speedway plan by Dustin Long

Pure Thunder Racing:
If NASCAR Is Moving More Toward Virtual, Is It Time for a Ghost Track Series? by Frank Buhrman

Racer:
New pressure for eNASCAR Coca-Cola iRacing Series’ best road course driver by Ryan Kish

Roberts NASCAR Notes:
Odds to win 2021 Drydene 400 at Dover by Micah Roberts

Speedway Media:
JR Motorsports wins appeal for No. 9 team; Gragson’s finish and Dash 4 Cash bonus reinstated by Angela Campbell

Tennessean:
How Josh Berry went from Hendersonville bank teller to driving for Dale Earnhardt Jr. by Mike Organ

Vegas Insider:
Dover NASCAR Betting Preview: 2021 Drydene 400 by Micah Roberts