Erik Jones’ Time to Shine

Erik Jones has become a poster child of sorts - remember, he's only 18 - for young NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers who are proven winners in good equipment. The Byron, Mich., native enters the new season having made just 17 CWTS starts. He's won an incredible four times despite being the same age as a high school senior. Being with one of the series’ fastest teams in Kyle Busch Motorsports doesn't hurt matters, but Jones still has to take care of business on the track. It hasn't been much of an uphill battle so far. Jones closed out the 2014…

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This Week’s Daytona Preview Available for Free!

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Meet the New Girl

Hello, Danica Patrick. There's a new gal in town: a 22-year-old NASCAR K&N Pro Series East driver named Kenzie Ruston. Entering the homestretch of her second K&N Pro Series East season, Ruston posted a career-best finish of second place on Aug. 1, 2014, at Iowa Speedway. It was the best result by a female driver in NASCAR K&N Pro Series history. Now, Ruston, who competes for the team owned by NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Ben Kennedy, is focused on the next step in her progression: Becoming a regular in Victory Lane. “Winning races is what it's all about,” she said.…

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NASCAR Pole Position Daytona Edition Now Available!

NASCAR Pole Position Daytona edition is now available. Please head to Walmart, or other area retailers that offer free magazines, to pick up your free copy. You can find a list of preferred retailers distributing NASCAR Pole Position here. Magazines were shipped to area Walmarts that feature Tire & Lube Express departments. Be sure to tell them NASCAR Pole Position sent you! And remember the magazine is free for all race fans! If you are not in the race market, you can get a subscription to NASCAR Pole Position here right now. WANT A FREE WEEKLY NASCAR MAGAZINE? ROAR! is a digitally-delivered, weekly magazine that reviews the week…

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Casey Mears’ Time to Kick Back

For at least 37 weekends out of the year, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers are at a racetrack making a living by turning left - and occasionally right - all while trying to beat their fellow competitors. But during the roughly three-month period that makes up NASCAR's short offseason, it's time to relax with family, have fun with their kids and, yes, even travel a bit. Such is the case for Casey Mears, driver of the No. 13GEIC0 Chevrolet for Germain Racing. A husband to Trisha and father to two children under the age of 7, Mears has learned to savor the…

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Emotional Move Makes Harvick a Champ

Kevin Harvick is an old-school traditionalist. To him, routine and status quo are as comfortable as an old shoe. What he doesn't like is change. To deviate from a comfort level and deal with the uncertainty and consequences that potentially come with change are not among Harvick's favorite things in the world. That's why it took him not weeks nor months, but years to ultimately make what was arguably the most difficult decision of his career: to leave Richard Childress Racing after 13 seasons and move to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014. At least twice during his 13-year tenure with RCR, Harvick considered…

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