Front Row Motorsports is Living Up to its Name in 2024 NASCAR Cup Series Season

Front Row Motorsports is living up to its name in 2024 of the NASCAR Cup Series season at Daytona and Atlanta Motor Speedway.

The first two points-paying races of the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season have started with the same front row. The Daytona 500 kicked off with Joey Logano on the pole in the No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford for Team Penske. Front Row Motorsports driver Michael McDowell in the No. 34 Love’s Travel Stop Ford started from the second-place spot on the front row.

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Denny Hamlin Dominates NASCAR Cup Series Final Stage to Win the Bristol Night Race

Denny Hamlin dominates the NASCAR Cup Series final stage to win the Bristol Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Sunday night.

The elimination race of the NASCAR Cup Series opening Round of 16 took place at Bristol Motor Speedway under the Tennessee night sky. A 500-lap battle around the high-banked, concrete surface was the final test for which 12 drivers will continue in the playoffs.

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Denny Hamlin Wins Bristol Night Race and Advances to NASCAR Cup Series Round of 12

Denny Hamlin wins Bristol Night Race and advances to NASCAR Cup Series Round of 12 at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

BRISTOL, Tenn. – Denny Hamlin landed a knockout punch in the Bass Pro Shops Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.

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Kyle Larson is First to Advance into the Round of 12 of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs

Kyle Larson is first to advance into the Round of 12 of the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs after winning the Cookout Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.

DARLINGTON, S.C.—Welcome back, Kyle Larson. 

The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series champion held off a desperate charge from fellow Playoff driver Tyler Reddick at sold-out Darlington Raceway to claim victory in Sunday night’s Cook Out Southern 500 and earn an automatic berth in the Round of 12. 

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William Byron Claims His First NASCAR Cup Series Road Course Win at Watkins Glen

William Byron claims his first NASCAR Cup Series road course win at Watkins Glen International in the Go Bowling at The Glen on Sunday afternoon.

The regular season for the NASCAR Cup Series has wound down to two remaining races of their regular season coming into Sunday. A tough task at Watkins Glen International followed by an unpredictable race at Daytona International Speedway. This has been a tough closing stretch of the season with two road course races and a superspeedway race in three straight weeks. The wide variety of racing has produced a nerve-wrenching battle to close out the regular season. 

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