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Kasey Kahne to stop racing full-time in NASCAR Cup Series
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Kasey Kahne to stop racing full-time in NASCAR Cup Series

Kasey Kahne (Getty Images) Kasey Kahne no longer will race full-time in NASCAR’s Cup Series after this season, he announced Thursday morning. “I’ve thought about this decision for many months, if not longer,” Kahne, 38, tweeted Thursday. “It’s time for me to step away from racing in NASCAR full time. … I’m not sure what the future
Dale Earnhardt Jr. to drive Brickyard 400 pace car
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. to drive Brickyard 400 pace car

Dale Earnhardt Jr. (Getty Images) Dale Earnhardt Jr. will get behind the wheel on a race track once again. The retired NASCAR star and NBC analyst will lead the field in the pace car to start the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway next month. “I am honored that Chevrolet asked me to drive the Camaro ZL1 pace car in one of the
Elliott Sadler to stop driving full-time after 2018 season
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Elliott Sadler to stop driving full-time after 2018 season

Elliott Sadler (Getty Images) Elliott Sadler, whose run as a full-time Cup Series driver began in 1999, will end his full-time racing career after the 2018 season. The 43-year-old Sadler made the announcement Wednesday on Twitter. After much consideration and many conversations with my family, I’ve decided this will be my last season racing full time
Former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle invaded ex-wife's privacy, court finds
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Former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle invaded ex-wife's privacy, court finds

Greg Biffle (Getty Images) A North Carolina jury found former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle invaded his then-wife’s privacy, in a civil trial that concluded Monday. According to WSOC TV in Charlotte, the jury determined that Biffle did “intrude offensively upon the privacy” of his then-wife, Nicole, by installing cameras in their bedroom and bathroom. However, the jury awarded
NASCAR invites Fernando Alonso to race in Daytona 500
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NASCAR invites Fernando Alonso to race in Daytona 500

McLaren driver Fernando Alonso (Getty Images) Fernando Alonso has been invited to enter the Daytona 500 next year as the world of motorsport waits to discover his next move after leaving Formula One. Two-time world champion Alonso confirmed on Tuesday that he will step away from F1 at the end of the 2018 season, his 17th in the