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NASCAR Monster Energy Series start times for 2019 released
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NASCAR Monster Energy Series start times for 2019 released

Kyle Busch (Sarah Crabill/Getty Images) The start times for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series have been released, with a few notable changes for the upcoming season. For the most part, the schedule is similar to the 2018 slots, but some time changes will affect some of the bigger races. Perhaps the biggest change is the
Kurt Busch signs with Chip Ganassi Racing after leaving Stewart-Haas
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Kurt Busch signs with Chip Ganassi Racing after leaving Stewart-Haas

Kurt Busch (Sarah Crabill/Getty Images) Kurt Busch and sponsor Monster Energy are joining Chip Ganassi Racing, the team announced Tuesday. There’s a new No. 1 in town. Join us in welcoming @KurtBusch and @MonsterEnergy to #TeamGanassi! INFO: https://t.co/cFUbqo4nPx pic.twitter.com/vyeadBLfWU — Chip Ganassi Racing (@CGRTeams) December 4, 2018 “We have had the good fortune of having
'Everything in play': NASCAR president open to dramatic changes
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'Everything in play': NASCAR president open to dramatic changes

Steve Phelps (Getty Images) Not even the spectacle of NASCAR’s Cup Series championship race at Homestead-Miami Speedway deterred questions about the future of a sport grappling with dismal TV ratings and fleeing sponsors. Before the most important race of 2018, NASCAR president Steve Phelps fielded questions about his sport’s struggles, acknowledging “everything’s in play” when it comes to potential changes.