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CONCORD, N.C.  (July 21, 2014) – Target Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (TCGRFS) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) driver Kyle Larson will return to a dirt track later this month when he once again competes in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Mudsummer Classic at Eldora Speedway. 

Larson will be racing in the #32 Glad Chevrolet Silverado for Turner Scott Motorsports, and will be looking to improve upon last year’s runner-up finish.





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One Of NASCAR's Most Prolific Team's Could Be Left Out Of Chase
 

One of NASCAR’s most prolific and legendary teams could be left out of NASCAR’s 16-team playoff for the 2014 Sprint Cup Championship if they fail to earn a trip to victory lane over the next eight races.

When the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season ended, NASCAR Chairman Brian France decided to change the NASCAR Chase qualifying format. He said he wanted to make sure the focus was on winning.

So here we are, 18-races in to the 26-race regular season and the heat is on to win now - or begin focusing on next season.

And one legendary race team - is on the ropes.

It’s hard to believe a team as strong as Richard Childress Racing has managed to go through the first 18-races of the season without taking even one of their three-cars to victory lane. But, that’s exactly how the season has gone for RCR, and the heat is now turned up WFO.

But, does this really come as a shock to anyone? It shouldn’t.

Paul Menard. Ryan Newman. Austin Dillon.

Combined career wins – 19.

By the way, 18 of those 19 wins belong to Newman. Just sayin’.

No one should be surprised that the boys over at RCR are still searching for their first win of the season.

This is Menard’s eighth full season in the Sprint Cup series, and he has one win and only 13 top-5 finishes in 278 career starts. It’s going to be tough to win races if you are only finishing in the top-5 in 4% of your starts. By comparison, NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has finished in the top-5 in 42% of his starts over his 12-year career.

Newman is an accomplished Sprint Cup driver, but he’s starting over with a new team which is never easy. He does have 18-career wins, but he’s only won six races over the last decade. Newman’s big year was 2003 when he won eight races, and he hasn’t had a multiple win season since 2004.

Dillon is an incredible young talent. But, he’s also a rookie. He’s never won a Sprint Cup race - let alone made the Chase or contended for a Sprint Cup championship. This is a learning year for him. The potential is enormous, but so is the learning curve.

Let’s be honest about what we have here. 2014 is a rebuilding year for RCR.

In the offseason, they lost veteran driver Kevin Harvick to Stewart-Haas Racing, and they chose not to bring back Jeff Burton in the #31 car. Then, they added the two new drivers to their Sprint Cup garage in Newman and Dillon. Talk about turning over the applecart. Heck, they rolled the applecart down the backstretch at ‘Dega at 200mph.

Now, I’m not sure at this stage of his career Newman thought he’d be the old-wily veteran of a race team, but at 36-years old with 12-years of Sprint Cup experience and 18-career wins, that’s exactly who he is now.

Newman has won a lot of races, and he’s won big races. Like the Daytona 500. He’s also made the Chase and fought for championships, so he knows what it takes to contend over those final 10-weeks of the season - which are an absolute grind. Newman is a perfect fit for this young race team. Especially for Dillon.

Let’s not forget, Dillon is the grandson of team owner Richard Childress. Newman’s hiring is as much about winning races as it is grooming Dillon to be a Sprint Cup champion, and carrying on the RCR championship legacy that Childress built with NASCAR Hall of Famer and seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt.

Newman is a great fit with RCR, and he’s the perfect coach for Dillon. He’s a mid-western boy with solid values and a big heart. Those qualities have always been important to Childress, and they are qualities he clearly sees in Newman - and perhaps he didn’t see in Harvick.

So, as much as 2014 is a rebuilding year for RCR it cannot be all about rebuilding and coaching young Dillon. One of their three cars has to make the Chase.

Believe me, a Chase goose egg would not sit well with Childress – or sponsors.

Sponsors and fans pay money, but tickets & merchandise, and cheer for their drivers to make the Chase and contend for a championship. Those are the facts.

Somehow, some way, one of these RCR cars has to find their way to victory lane over the next eight races. Or someone else will.

You see, the top-16 drivers based on wins and or points make the Chase. There have been 11 different winners through 18-races this season. That leaves five open spots with eight races to go. And, there are some heavy hitters fighting for those final five spots.

Drivers like former champions Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth are still winless and fighting for a Chase birth. Hendrick Motorsports star Kasey Kahne also needs a win to get in, as do Clint Bowyer, Greg Biffle, Brian Vickers, Martin Truex Jr., and Jamie McMurray.

My guess is that those five spots are going to be filled by race winners, but just to be clear here’s what happens if they don’t.

With NASCAR’s new Chase qualifying format, wins are really all that matters – unless there are less than 16-drivers who win races during the 2014 26-race regular season. Then, points come in to play. If less than 16-drivers win races, whoever sits next in points makes the Chase up to and including position 16 in the standings.

Ironically enough, even though all three RCR drivers are winless on the season they are all still in Chase contention based on the current point standings. If the Chase started today, all three drivers would make it in!

If anything, this is a testament to the incredible consistency, and flashes of brilliance, from all three teams. They have all shown signs of life, especially recently.

Dillon scored his first career top-5 finish in the rain-shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona to climb five positions in the points to 13th which is good enough to put him 16th on the Chase Grid.

Menard sits 10th in the points after Daytona. This is the first time in his career that he’s been in the top-10 this late in the season. He currently sits 14th on the Chase Grid.

Newman has been oh so close to his first RCR win. He finished third at Kentucky and he had a strong car at Daytona. Now, he’s headed to New Hampshire and he will certainly be a favorite. Newman is a rockstar at the Magic Mile having scored three career wins at the New Hampshire racetrack. He’s currently eighth in points, but because he is winless he drops back to 13th on the Chase Grid.

Unfortunately for RCR, the Chase doesn’t start today and the likelihood of remaining in the top-16 without winning races is not very good.

But, they do have eight races to make it happen. Three- cars starting eight races. Now, I wasn’t a math major, but I’m pretty sure that’s twenty-four opportunities to make the big dance! And, with Richard Childress leading the way, you would have to say the odds are good.

They might be winless through 18-races, but don’t expect them to stay winless through 26-races.

One of the RCR cars will make the Chase. Not sure which one. And I’m not sure it matters. – Captain Thunder – www.CaptainThunderRacing.com





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Captain Thunder's Legendary Top-5 Fantasy NASCAR Picks - NEW HAMPSHIRE
 

TONY STEWART - WINNER
#14 Mobil 1 Chevrolet

·         Three wins, 14 top fives, 17 top 10s; one pole

·         Average finish of 11.9

·         Average Running Position of 9.1, second-best

·         Series-best Driver Rating of 111.0

·         408 Fastest Laps Run, third-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 124.972 mph, second-fastest

·         4,182 Laps in the Top 15 (82.5%), third-most

·         535 Quality Passes, fourth-most

 


CLINT BOWYER
#15 5-Hour Energy Toyota

·         Two wins, four top fives, six top 10s; one pole

·         Average finish of 15.1

·         Average Running Position of 12.4, sixth-best

·         Driver Rating of 95.0, sixth-best

·         233 Fastest Laps Run, seventh-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 124.704 mph, sixth-fastest

·         3,352 Laps in the Top 15 (70.3%), 12th-most

·         452 Quality Passes (passes of cars in the top 15 under green), 11th-most

 

 
JEFF GORDON
#24 Drive To End Hunger Chevrolet

·         Three wins, 16 top fives, 22 top 10s; four poles

·         Average finish of 10.6

·         Series-best Average Running Position of 7.4

·         Driver Rating of 109.2, second-best

·         Series-high 433 Fastest Laps Run

·         893 Green Flag Passes, 11th-most

·         Series-best Average Green Flag Speed of 125.062 mph

·         Series-high 4,804 Laps in the Top 15 (89.5%)

·         Series-high 618 Quality Passes

 


DENNY HAMLIN
#11 FedEx Freight Toyota

·         Two wins, seven top fives, 10 top 10s

·         Average finish of 9.0

·         Average Running Position of 10.8, fourth-best

·         Driver Rating of 102.9, fourth-best

·         284 Fastest Laps Run, fifth-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 124.821 mph, fifth-fastest

·         3,547 Laps in the Top 15 (74.4%), seventh-most

·         526 Quality Passes, fifth-most

 


JIMMIE JOHNSON
#48 Lowe's Chevrolet

·         Three wins, nine top fives, 17 top 10s

·         Average finish of 9.2

·         Average Running Position of 9.7, third-best

·         Driver Rating of 105.8, third-best

·         430 Fastest Laps Run, second-most

·         938 Green Flag Passes, seventh-most

·         Average Green Flag Speed of 124.866 mph, third-fastest

·         4,453 Laps in the Top 15 (82.9%), second-most

·         602 Quality Passes, second-most

 


SLEEPER PICK
(always outside the Top-20 in Sprint Cup points)

MARTIN TRUEX JR





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NASCAR's Biggest Names May Need Daytona Win To Make Chase
 

Some of NASCAR's biggest names are looking at this weekend's race at Daytona as an opportunity to steal a spot in the 2014 Chase. When NASCAR announced the “win-and-in” format for the Chase, a few tracks were looked at as potential wild cards – Sonoma, Talladega, Watkins Glen, and this one coming up, Daytona International Speedway.

Daytona has seen its share of surprise winners, with names like David Ragan, Trevor Bayne and Ward Burton gracing Victory Lane.

So names like Ryan Newman, Paul Menard and Jamie McMurray should feel somewhat hopeful at the prospect of nabbing a first win of 2014. Oh yeah, and Ragan too.

The list of potential winners-who-are-thus-far-winless-in-2014 is a long one. So long, it’ll likely fit the length of this page.

Tony Stewart: Among the winless bunch, Stewart and Matt Kenseth (see below) are the favorites to add another win to their masterful careers. Stewart has four wins at Daytona, all coming in the July night race. His victories in this one are memorable (see: celebratory fence climb), but a win on Saturday night might hold the most meaning. Though 16th in points, he currently sits outside the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup bubble (Denny Hamlin and Kurt Busch are lower in points, but their respective wins would push him out of the Chase Grid). Here are Stewart’s last two finishes in the night race: First and second. But, Smoke has struggled this season mightily. The #14 team has scored only five top-10 finishes and two top-5 finishes all season. So, if the three-time Cup champion is going to make a run at title number four he better get things turned around this weekend at a track he loves in a race he has dominated in years past.

Matt Kenseth: Besides a couple of hiccups at Daytona during the 2013 season – finishes of 33rd and 37th – Kenseth has been stellar on the Florida high banks. One of 11 drivers to have won multiple Daytona 500s, Kenseth finished sixth in this year’s edition of The Great American Race. Fifth in points and the current highest positioned winless driver, Kenseth is seemingly safe(ish). Then again, a surprise winner here would up the winners total to 11 – leaving only five Chase Grid spots remaining based on points. It's shocking to think Kenseth has struggled to find victory lane in 2014 considering the dominance he showed in 2013, but Daytona could be just the script the former champion needs to get his mojo back.

Jamie McMurray: His career has often existed on the outside looking in – right from the get-go. In 2004, the first year of the 10-driver Chase, he finished 11th. In 2010, he scored two wins in the regular season, but just missed the Chase. A year later, NASCAR instituted a “wild card” format for winners; McMurray went winless. It hasn’t worked out yet for the talented Chip Ganassi Racing diver. This could be the year. Of his seven career wins, four have come at restrictor plate tracks. Two have come at Daytona – once in the Daytona 500 (2010), another in the night race (2007). McMurray has proven to be one of the strongest restrictor plate drivers on the circuit, and it wouldn't surprise anyone if he returned to victory lane at Daytona Saturday night. He is my sleeper pick to win the race.

Paul Menard: They have yet to make a radar low enough that Menard can’t fly under it. He’s 11th in points. He’s scored top 10s in four of the last six races, and top fives to two of the last four. He has nine top 10s this season; only four drivers have more. And he’s done it without much hoopla. Having said all that, this might be Menard’s toughest test; he has finished outside the top 20 in each of the last three Daytona races.

Ryan Newman: Newman comes off his best race of the season, scoring a third place finish and a driver rating of 116.7 at Kentucky – both season highs for the Indiana driver. A 2008 Daytona 500 winner, Newman has finished in the top 10 in three of the last four Daytona races. A plate track guru, Newman has strong engines under the hood and a solid feel for the high-banks of Daytona.

Danica Patrick: Good vibes surround Patrick whenever she enters the tunnel at Daytona International Speedway (despite that 40th-place finish in this year’s Daytona 500). For the 2013 Daytona 500, she famously became the first female to win a Coors Light Pole, and followed it up with an eighth place finish. Daytona may be her best bet to make more history, as the first female to win a NASCAR national series race. Her drafting skills have improved over the last two seasons, and her equipment is top notch. If there is a racetrack on the circuit that offers Patrick a legitimate opportunity to score her first career Sprint Cup win, it's Daytona. Hold it to the floor, steer, and pray your teammates will push you. Simple as that.

Kyle Larson: Currently 12th in points, Larson would lock into the Chase Grid if it began today. It doesn’t. So a win would be nice. A victory would make Larson the first Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate since Joey Logano in 2009 to win a NSCS race. It would also likely make him the first rookie since Denny Hamlin in 2006 to make the Chase. He has proven to be a solid plate track racer already, and if Trevor Bayne can steal a Daytona 500 Kyle Larson can certainly steal a Coke Zero 400.

Greg Biffle: Biffle seems to have righted his season over the last two races. After finishing outside the top 15 in five consecutive races, he has chipped in runs of ninth at Sonoma and 14th at Kentucky. Not earth shattering – but it did move him to 13th in points, and inside the Chase Grid bubble. But, The Biff is not having a Biff-Like season and his impending contract negotiations appear to be hanging over his team. It wouldn't be a shock if Biffle took the checkered flag Saturday night, but it would be somewhat surprising. - www.CaptainThunderRacing.com





Posted by admin on Thu Jul 03, 2014 5:20 pm
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COKE ZERO 400 WEEKEND POWERED BY COCA-COLA ON-TRACK SCHEDULE
 
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4:00 PM 5:20 PM     NASCAR Sprint Cup Series practice
6:35 PM 8:00 PM     NASCAR Sprint Cup Series final practice
 
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5:10 PM                  Qualifying for Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
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7:30 PM                  SUBWAY FIRECRACKER 250 POWERED BY COCA-COLA NASCAR Nationwide Series race (100 LAPS, 250 MILES)
 
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5:30 PM                  Country music singer and songwriter Lee Brice performs on the Pre-Race Stage on pit road
7:00 PM                  NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Drivers Introduction
7:30 PM                  56th ANNUAL COKE ZERO 400 POWERED BY COCA-COLA NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race (160 LAPS, 400 MILES)





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