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posted AUGUST 19, 2018

Kurt Busch gives his crew first victory in NASCAR and
Martin Truex Jr. says blame goes both ways after being crashed by Kyle Busch by Bob Pockrass

Associated Press
Kyle Busch, Truex, Wallace part of 15-car Bristol pileup by Jenna Fryer

Bristol Herald Courier
Kurt Busch turns back the clock at BMS by Nate Hubbard;
Bristol party a successful bash and
Kurt Busch returns to Victory Lane at BMS and
Marlin still enjoys the Bristol scene by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer
NASCAR results, 3 takeaways: Kurt Busch's win at Bristol answers a lingering question and
Tensions flare at Bristol; Kurt Busch survives, snaps yearlong winless streak by Brendan Marks

The Final Lap
Kyle Busch's Bristol Performance Possibly Most Impressive/Frustrating of Career by Toby Christie

Kurt Busch Wins a Wild One at Bristol and
Martin Truex Jr.'s Wreck Ends Bid for First Short Track Win by Mike Massie;
Kyle Busch Has Eventful Night in Bristol and
Clint Bowyer: 'You Hate to Give Them Up Like That' by Dustin Albino

The Top Five: Breaking down the Bristol night race

Kickin the Tires
'Decent night' for Blaney at Bristol by Caleb Whisler

Gray Gaulding's late hit in Lap 2 pileup ends second StarCom car's night in Bristol and
J.J. Yeley trades rides at RSS, trails night race at Bristol and
Bayley Currey's off-camera tangle with Lagasse leaves him last at Bristol by Brock Beard

Bristol Night Race win says much about SHR, Kurt Busch by Kenny Bruce;
Kyle Busch: "It just wasn't meant for us this weekend" and
Truex: "Played too nice and got the crappy end of the stick" by Tim Southers;
Kyle Larson: Second was "12 to 15 spots" better than we deserved and
Kurt Busch holds off Kyle Larson to win a thriller at Bristol by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Kyle Busch takes the blame for wrecking Martin Truex Jr. by Nate Ryan;
Kyle Larson finishes second in 'most frustrating Bristol race' and
Kurt Busch wins Bristol night race by Daniel McFadin

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Thoughts from Bristol weekend by John Haverlin

Kyle Busch, Truex, Wallace part of 15-car Bristol pileup by Kelly Crandall

The Racing Experts
Trevor Bayne scores best finish of season at Bristol by Matt Courson;
Sorenson joins 300-start club and
Kurt Busch: 'This is a big win for me' by Dominic Aragon

posted AUGUST 18, 2018

Caledonian Record
Brian France Arrested For DWI by Big Bigelow

The Final Lap
Why is Justin Allgaier stuck in the Xfinity Series? and
Bristol Marks Stenhouse's Last Real Shot at Playoffs by Toby Christie

Kyle Larson Finally Victorious at Bristol Motor Speedway and
Christopher Bell Has Fun in 2nd Place Finish at Bristol by Michael Massie
XFINITY Breakdown: Kyle Larson Wins Thrilling Short Track Race at Bristol;
Erik Jones Looking for Redemption at Bristol;
Martin Truex Jr. Not Certain He Will Return to Furniture Row Racing

Martin Truex Jr.'s future with Furniture Row Racing remains unsettled and
Kasey Kahne explains decision to step away from NASCAR

The Bristol Night Race turns 40 by Kenny Bruce;
Kasey Kahne no longer "completely committed 100 percent" to NASCAR and
Sponsorship will determine Martin Truex Jr.'s NASCAR future by Jim Utter

Motorsports Tribune
Annett Scores First Top-10 of 2018 at Bristol and
Custer Finishes Fourth After Rough Bristol Race bySeth Eggert

NBC Sports
Staff picks for Bristol night race;
Kyle Larson seeks turnaround at 'by far my favorite racetrack' and
Chase Elliott hopes to follow Dale Earnhardt Jr. in another way by Nate Ryan

Popular Speed
Observations: Food City 300 and
Observations: UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway by Ashley McCubbin

Skirts and Scuffs
Trackin' Trucks: Johnny Sauter Wins at Bristol; Playoff Grid Set by Courtney Horn

Speedway Media
Kyle Larson claims Cup Series pole at Bristol by Angela Campbell and
Kyle Larson Dominates the Xfinity Series Race at Bristol byMichelle Lippold

The Racing Experts
Victory Lane returns to traditional location at Bristol by Matt Courson

posted AUGUST 17, 2018

With sponsorship an issue, Martin Truex Jr. could switch teams for 2019 and
NASCAR at Bristol: Starting lineup breakdown by Bob Pockrass and
Saturday night racing lit up Bristol Motor Speedway 40 years ago by Ryan McGee

NASCAR 101: 5 Drivers Who Could Take Over for Kasey Kahne at Leavine Family RacingBy Kevin Rutherford;
Voice of Vito: Recent NASCAR Retirements Paving a Shortcut for CareersBy Vito Pugliese;
Tech Talk: Trent Owens Speaks to Vertical Loads & Brakes for BristolBy Mike Neff;
4 Burning Questions: Who Retired This Week?By Michael Finley;
Friday Faceoff: Silly Season Kicking Into High GearBy Frontstretch Staff;
Tracking the Trucks: Johnny Sauter Victorious as the Playoff Field is Set at BristolBy Beth Lunkenheimer

Kickin' The Tires
Summer's Five Things: What You Need To Know For August 17, 2018 by Summer Bedgood

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
No expectations, no pressure; Bill Elliott just wants to have fun and learn in his NASCAR return at Road America by Dave Kallman

Motor Racing Digest
Kyle Larson and Kyle Busch are the ones to watch at Bristol Motor Speedway by Matt Lovisa

Motor Racing Network
Bristol Fantasy Racing Preview by Jeff Wackerlin

Kasey Kahne declined chance to discuss ride at Stewart-Haas Racing by Jim Utter;
Kahne to retire from NASCAR after turning down '19 offer by Tom Errington

NBC Sports
Spencer Gallagher reflects on return to racing after 'long, hard ordeal' of suspension by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
NASCAR Five Burning Questions - August 17th 2018 by Ricky Whittenburg

Race Fans Forever
Bristol - From Snow Squalls to Snow Angels by PattyKay Lilley

Speedway Media
Regular Season Champion Johnny Sauter Fends off Stewart Friesen in Closing Laps at Bristol by Briar Starr

posted AUGUST 16, 2018

Kasey Kahne just one of numerous Cup driver changes over past year and
Kasey Kahne 'at ease' after deciding to stop driving full-time NASCAR slate by Bob Pockrass

Bristol Herald Courier
Gragson is on the rise in the Truck Series and
Snider looking for an upset in the truck race at BMS by Allen Gregory

Charlotte Observer
Kevin Harvick is enjoying a career-best year. Just how special could it get? by Brendan Marks

Daytona Beach News Journal
NASCAR 3 Things to Watch: Ty Dillon, playoff panic and Brian France fallout by Godwin Kelly

Truckin' Thursdays: Christopher Bell's Series Return Among Storylines at Bristol by Beth Lunkenheimer;
Daily Fantasy NASCAR FanDuel Forecast: Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race by Corey Brewer;
Eyes on XFINITY: Daniel Hemric on the Verge of First Victory by Dustin Albino;
2-Headed Monster: Should Kurt Busch Move to Chip Ganassi Racing?

A stacked Truck Series field leads off night race weekend at Bristol by Brock Beard

Ford's 2018 form a product of four year plan by Tom Errington;
NASCAR Roundtable: What makes the Bristol night race special

Motorsports Tribune
Climbing the Ladder: Stefan Parsons and;
Bell: 'The Avenue to NASCAR is Open' by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
Kaulig Racing to field second entry in Indianapolis Xfinity race by Daniel McFadin

The Podium Finish
In the Fast Lane with Elliott Sadler by Rob Tiongson

Popular Speed
Playoff Picture - Camping World Truck Series by Mitchell Breuer

Race Fans Forever
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #77 - Controversy, Let It Rage ~ Part 2 by Matt McLaughlin

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Saluting Elliott Sadler, one of the good guys by Randy Hallman

Speedway Media
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Preview-Bristol by Briar Starr;
Hot 20 - Bristol is not over-hyped, but a lot is by Ron Thornton

USA Today
Kasey Kahne is the latest NASCAR driver to retire: 'I'm at ease with the decision' by Michelle Martinelli

posted AUGUST 15, 2018

Elliott Sadler won't return to full-time NASCAR racing in 2019 and
Seven outsiders who'd be smart hires as NASCAR's next CEO by Bob Pockrass

Daytona Beach News-Journal
With Brian France out there's a growing list of NASCAR CEO candidates/A> by Godwin Kelly

NASCAR Sponsorships Show That While A Few Have Left, Blue-Chips Are Still Drawn To Racing by Maury Brown

Does Everyone Owe Jeremy Mayfield An Apology? He Says... by Michael Massie;
The Frontstretch 5: Pieces in NASCAR's Silly Season Puzzle & Where They Could Fit by Amy Henderson;
Did You Notice?: The Odd NASCAR Career Of Jamie McMurray? by Tom Bowles;
NASCAR Mailbox: How Does Racing This Season Compare to Previous Seasons? by Brandon Hauff;
The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Michigan by Christian Koelle

Kickin' The Tires
Summer's Five Things: What You Need To Know For August 15, 2018 by Summer Bedgood

Motor Racing Network
Home on Road Courses by Pete Pistone

NASCAR veteran Elliott Sadler to retire from full-time competition by Jim Utter;
BK Racing bid could put GMS on Cup fast track by Kenny Bruce;
NASCAR sends six cars to aerodynamic testing by Tom Errington

NBC Sports
Inside look at Richard Petty Motorsports' Bristol game plan by Dustin Long;
NASCAR updates tire transfer policy and
Elliott Sadler announces end of full-time NASCAR career after 2018 and
Who is hot and not entering the Bristol night race and
PRN reporter Wendy Venturini to return at Bristol, still recovering from injuries by Daniel McFadin

On Pit Road
Cup, Truck Races at MIS Make Case For All-Star Package by Ricky Whittenburg

Race Fans Forever
50 Years of NASCAR Racing: #76 - Controversy, Let it Rage ~ Part 1 by Matt McLaughlin

Speedway Media
2018 Bass Pro Shops/NRA Night Race at Bristol Top-20 Finish Prediction by Micah Roberts

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