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Hy-Vee and RLL make changes for 2023

Hy-Vee has become one of, if not the best new sponsor to come to IndyCar in the 21st century. The midwestern grocery store chain has jumped all the way in with its IndyCar promotion centered around the double header weekend at the Iowa Speedway. With major concerts at the racetrack and massive displays throughout it’s […]
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By Tony Donohue
November 29, 2022

Does NASCAR end the season at the right venue?

In the blink of an eye the 2022 NASCAR season has come to an end. Zane Smith captured his first Truck Series title after finishing 2nd in 2020 and 2021. Ty Gibbs beat the JR Motorsports brigade to win the Xfinity Series championship. Finally, Joey Logano became a two-time Cup Series champion after dominating the finale at Phoenix.   […]
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By Tristan Grider
November 10, 2022

The Top 20 IndyCar finishes of the 2000s

With the offseason comes more time to dive into the past of IndyCar racing. As many old races as I go back and watch, I thought, how could I be more productive with my time? Since 2000, we have seen some of the closest, thrilling and last second finishes that have kept us on the […]
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By Tony Donohue
November 09, 2022

Is Toyota Falling Apart in NASCAR?

We have learned in recent weeks that the most successful driver in Toyota’s NASCAR tenure will be leaving the manufacturer for Chevy in 2023. Kyle Busch, Joe Gibbs Racing and Toyotas top driver for more than 15 years in departing for Richard Childress Racing.  Busch won 2 championships and scored 57 wins over his 15 […]
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By Tristan Grider
November 02, 2022

Spire Motorsports announces future NASCAR plans

Spire Motorsports was formed in 2018 after they purchased a charter from Furniture Row Racing.  They began racing full-time in 2019 with the #77 being driven by a rotation of drivers.  The highlight of the year was the team’s first and only win in NASCAR in the July Daytona event won by Justin Haley.  In […]
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By Tristan Grider
October 27, 2022

Burnout Sports Awards

As the 2022 IndyCar offseason continues on, there is no better time to reflect on what a season 2022 was. A first time Indy 500 winner, a first time IndyCar winner and Will Power winning his second career championship. We saw last lap passes, tempers flying and even Gwen Stefani in concert. From red flags […]
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By Burnout Sports
October 21, 2022

A Thank You to Dalton Kellett

The IndyCar silly season continues with the announcement from Dalton Kellett that he will not return to AJ Foyt Racing in 2023.   In his three years at AJ Foyt Racing, Kellett has been an underdog that fans have grown fond of.  He boasts one of the most intelligent and entertaining social media channels for any […]
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By Tristan Grider
October 13, 2022

More Crossovers Please

The speculation continues to rumble throughout racing social media. Will Nascar champions Kyle Busch and Kyle Larson both race in next year's 107th running of the Indianapolis 500? There is something nostalgic about the double. John Andretti, Tony Stewart, Robby Gordon, and Kurt Busch have attempted. It’s a major task both mentally and physically to […]
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By Tony Donohue
October 10, 2022

Kaulig Racing is in it to win it in 2023

Team Owner Matt Kaulig of Kaulig Racing and Team President Chris Rice have confirmed the 2023 NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series lineup. Kaulig Racing has spent the last seven season fielding cars in the NASCAR Xfinity and Series and made its debut in the NASCAR Cup Series back in 2020. The team has continued to […]
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By Tristan Grider
October 10, 2022
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