Finish Line | The 20th race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season takes us to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for Sunday’s Brickyard 400. This will be the 23rd Cup race held on the most storied motorsports facility in the world.view
Finish Line | The 19th race of NASCAR Sprint Cup season takes us to New Hampshire Motor Speedway. There’s no new paving issue, it’s the same aero-package that has run most of the season and the race also features a familiar tire, unlike last week.view
Finish Line | Wow, does time fly. At the completion of Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway, we’ll have 18 races in the books and will officially be halfway through the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.view
Finish Line | It’s seems like an eternity since the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series ran a race. It’s only been one week, but the anticipation for Sunday’s road course race at Sonoma Raceway is killing me. Gentlemen, and lady, start your damn engines, like now.view
Finish Line | The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series takes a well-deserved weekend off for Father’s Day before returning June 26 for some road course racing at Sonoma Raceway. Then comes some restrictor-plate racing at Daytona on July 2.view
Finish Line | Race 15 of the 2016 Sprint Cup schedule takes us to Michigan International Speedway in the Irish Hills just outside Motor City for the 94th edition of the American automobile manufacturer battle royale.view
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