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X-Finity Series
Saturday 4/28: Talladega Superspeedway, Sparks Energy 300, 2:30pm, MRN

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
Sunday 4/29: Talladega Superspeedway, GEICO 500, 1pm, MRN


Monday: Fast Talk, 9-10pm

Tuesday: NASCAR Live, 9-10pm

Wednesday: The Pit Reporters, 9-10pm

Monday-Friday: NASCAR Today, 6:45pm

Monday-Friday: Garage Pass, 8:30pm

NASCAR News (courtesy of John Singlar, MRN Radio)

With Kyle Busch’s three-race winning streak, including Saturday night’s victory at Richmond Raceway, the list of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series winners this season stands at five. So if there are twelve new names in Victory Lane over the final seventeen regular-season races, then there’ll be one driver with a race win to his credit that will not get a spot in the 2018 Playoffs – which will include only the top sixteen eligible drivers based primarily on race wins. Kevin Harvick is the only other Cup Series driver with multiple victories this year. He also has three. Other race winners this year are Austin Dillon, Martin Truex Junior and Clint Bowyer … The list of notable drivers looking for their first Cup Series win of 2018 includes Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson, Denny Hamlin, Kasey Kahne, Ricky Stenhouse Junior, Ryan Blaney, Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano, Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch … Next stop is Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, where Stenhouse is the defending winner. The last driver with back-to-back victories in the track’s spring race was Jeff Gordon, who doubled up in 2004 and 2005.

Joey Logano might still be winless in the 2018 Monster Energy Series, but the Team Penske driver has climbed to second place in the standings with top-ten finishes in eight of the year’s first nine races – including Saturday’s fourth-place run at Richmond. Logano is now eyeing a return trip to Talladega Superspeedway, where he finished fourth in his most recent start there last fall.

► Christopher Bell of Joe Gibbs Racing posted the best finish among rookies in NASCAR’s two national series that competed this past weekend at Richmond Raceway, winning Friday night’s ToyotaCare 250
X-finity Series race.
► There were three different stage winners in those two national series and two of them came away from Virginia’s capital city with top-five overall finishes. In the X-finity Series, Elliott Sadler won the second stage before finishing third overall. Daniel Hemric won the opening stage but faded to twenty-ninth place at the checkered flag. In Saturday’s Monster Energy Series headliner, Joey Logano won each of the first two stages on his way to a fourth-place overall finish in the Toyota Owners 400.
► Bryan R. Sperber, president of I-S-M Raceway in Phoenix, has been announced as an inductee in the 2018 class of the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame. In his sixteen years at I-S-M Raceway, Sperber has overseen the growth of the one-mile desert oval into one of the premier motor sports venues in the country, hosting both NASCAR and IndyCar events. The track is in the midst of a 178 million-dollar modernization project that will be completed later this year and unveiled in November during the raceway’s annual fall NASCAR weekend from November 9th through the 11th. Before arriving in Phoenix, Sperber spent five years as track president of Watkins Glen International – which, like
I-S-M-R, is owned by International Speedway Corporation, parent company of the Motor Racing Network. Sperber will be enshrined at a ceremony in Napa, California, on June 21st.

Paul Wolfe (Milford, New York), Monster Energy Series crew chief for Team Penske’s Brad Keselowski, is celebrating his 41st birthday today.

April 24th, 1983: Darrell Waltrip won the Virginia National Bank 500 Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway, his second straight victory that kicked off a run of four wins in six weeks. It was the sixth of Waltrip’s eleven victories on the Virginia half-mile, a total topped only by Richard Petty’s fifteen. Waltrip finished second in that year’s final championship standings, forty-seven points behind Bobby Allison. Today, all three drivers are members of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series

Sunday 5/6 Dover Int'l Speedway AAA 400 Drive for Autism 1pm MRN
Saturday 5/12 Kansas Speedway Go Bowling 400 7pm MRN
Saturday 5/19 Charlotte Motor Speedway Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race 5pm MRN
Sunday 5/27 Charlotte Motor Speedway Coca-Cola 600 5pm PRN

Sunday 6/3 Pocono Raceway Axalta presents the Pocono 400 1pm MRN
Sunday 6/10 Michigan Int'l Speedway FireKeepers Casino 400 1pm MRN
Sunday 6/24 Sonoma Raceway Toyota/Save Mart 350 2pm PRN

Sunday 7/1 Chicagoland Speedway Tales of the Turtles 400 1:30pm MRN
Saturday 7/7 Daytona Int'l Speedway Coke Zero Sugar 400 6pm MRN
Saturday 7/14 Kentucky Speedway Quaker State 400 6:30pm PRN
Sunday 7/22 New Hampshire Motor Speedway New Hampshire 301 1pm PRN
Sunday 7/29 Pocono Raceway Overton's 400 1:30pm MRN

Sunday 8/5 Watkins Glen Int'l I Love New York 355 1:30pm MRN
Sunday 8/12 Michigan Int'l Speedway Pure Michigan 400 1:30pm MRN
Saturday 8/18 Bristol Motor Speedway Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race 6:30pm PRN

Sunday 9/2 Darlington Raceway Bojangles' Southern 500 5pm MRN
Sunday 9/9 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Brickyard 400 2pm PRN/IMS
Sunday 9/16 Las Vegas Motor Speedway Monster Energy Cup Series 400 2pm PRN
Saturday 9/22 Richmond Raceway Federated Auto Parts 400 6:30pm MRN
Sunday 9/30 Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL Bank of America 500 1pm PRN

Sunday 10/7 Dover Int'l Speedway Apache Warrior 400 1pm MRN
Sunday 10/14 Talladega Superspeedway 500 1pm MRN
Sunday 10/21 Kansas Speedway Hollywood Casino 400 1pm MRN
Sunday 10/28 Martinsville Speedway First Data 500 1:30pm MRN

Sunday 11/4 Texas Motor Speedway AAA Texas 500 2pm PRN
Sunday 11/11 ISM Raceway Can-Am 500 1:30pm MRN
Sunday 11/18 Homestead-Miami Speedway Ford EcoBoost 400 1:30pm MRN

NASCAR X-Finity Series

Saturday 5/5 Dover Int'l Speedway OneMain Financial 200 1pm MRN
Saturday 5/26 Charlotte Motor Speedway Hisense 4K TV 300 12:30pm PRN
Saturday 6/2 Pocono Raceway Pocono Green 250 12:30pm MRN
Saturday 6/9 Michigan Int'l Speedway Irish Hills 250 1pm MRN
Sunday 6/17 Iowa Speedway American Ethanol e15 250 Presented by Enogen 4:30pm MRN
Saturday 6/30 Chicagoland Speedway 300 3pm MRN
Saturday 7/21 New Hampshire Motor Speedway Lakes Region 200 3:30pm PRN
Saturday 7/28 Iowa Speedway U.S. Cellular 250 Presented by American Ethanol 3pm MRN
Saturday 8/4 Watkins Glen Int'l Zippo 200 at the Glen 3pm MRN
Saturday 8/11 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Mid-Ohio Challenge 2:30pm MRN
Saturday 8/25 Road America Johnsonville 180 2:30pm MRN
Saturday 9/1 Darlington Raceway Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 3pm MRN
Saturday 9/15 Las Vegas Motor Speedway Xfinity Series 300 3:30pm PRN
Saturday 9/29 Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL Drive for the Cure 300 2:30pm PRN
Saturday 10/6 Dover Int'l Speedway Drive Sober 200 2:30pm MRN
Saturday 10/20 Kansas Speedway Kansas Lottery 300 2:30pm MRN
Saturday 11/3 Texas Motor Speedway O'Reily 300 8pm PRN
Saturday 11/10 ISM Raceway Ticket Galaxy 200 3pm MRN
Saturday 11/17 Homestead-Miami Speedway Ford EcoBoost 300 3pm MRN

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series

Saturday 6/16 Iowa Speedway M&M’S 200 presented by Casey’s General Store 6:30pm MRN
Saturday 6/23 Gateway Motorsports Park Drivin' For Linemen 200 8pm MRN
Saturday 7/28 Pocono Raceway Overton's 150 12:30pm MRN
Saturday 8/11 Michigan Int'l Speedway LTi Printing 200 12:30pm MRN
Sunday 8/26 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Chevrolet Silverado 250 2pm MRN
Saturday 10/13 Talladega Superspeedway fred's 250 powered by Coca-Cola 12:30pm MRN
Saturday 10/27 Martinsville Speedway Texas Roadhouse 200 Presented by Alpha Energy Solutions 12:30pm MRN

Indy Car Series

Sunday 5/27 Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indianapolis 500 11am IMS
Saturday 6/2 Detroit Belle Isle TBA 3pm IMS


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