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CP MOTORSPORTS - FLAG ISSUE CONTINUES TO BE HOTBED TOPIC IN NASCAR COMMUNITY


Associated Press

NASCAR fans love to debate.

From the most action-packed tracks and the most talented drivers to the severity of NASCAR rulings and the abundance of television commercials, the campgrounds are usually abuzz with animated conversations.

The major debating topic among fans over the first half of the 2015 season dealt with the impact of the new aerodynamic rules package, which led to lower downforce and a decrease in horsepower. Due to those modifications and the continual search for clean air, drivers have been unable to execute passes.  Naturally, that has led to fan frustration.

CP MOTORSPORTS - ROWDY RETURNS TO VICTORY LANE AT SONOMA

ALLMENDINGER FLEXES ROAD COURSE MUSCLE EN ROUTE TO SONOMA POLE

The last time NASCAR's set of elite drivers took to a road course San Jose, California's A.J. Allmendinger celebrated in Victory Lane.

Allmendinger took a major step to defending his road course title when he qualified first for Sunday's Toyota/SaveMart 350 from Sonoma Raceway. Allmendinger recorded a speed of 96.310 mph in knockout qualifying's final session to clinch the top spot.

CP MOTORSPORTS - NASCAR SUSPENDS CREW MEMBER FOR VIOLATION OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY

 

Ernest Pierce, a crew member in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, has been indefinitely suspended from NASCAR for violating the sanctioning body’s Substance Abuse Policy.

CP MOTORSPORTS - NASCAR MOURNS LIVES LOST IN CHARLESTON; WEIGHS IN ON FLAG ISSUE

 

NASCAR today issued a statement regarding the tragedy of the lives lost on the evening of June 17, 2015, in a mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Nine people were killed, including the senior pastor and state senator, Clementa C. Pinckney. A tenth person was shot and survived.

CP MOTORSPORTS - JONES FINALLY ABLE TO CELEBRATE A TRUCK WIN

CP MOTORSPORTS - AWESOME BILL INSPIRED CHASE ELLIOTT'S THROWBACK NAPA SCHEME FOR DARLINGTON

 

Darlington Raceway is known as the track "Too Tough To Tame."

Well, the Elliott family has certainly done its best.

Bill Elliott earned five trips to Victory Lane at Darlington, including perhaps his most famous in 1985 when he became the first driver to clinch the "Winston Million."

CP MOTORSPORTS - KURT BUSCH GETS WET IN MICHIGAN WIN

CP MOTORSPORTS - QUICKEN LOANS 400, MICHIGAN NOTEBOOK

CP MOTORSPORTS - JILL GREGORY TO LEAD NASCAR MARKETING AS KIM BRINK DEPARTS

 

NASCAR announced that Senior Vice President Jill Gregory, who currently oversees the company’s Industry Services department, will also assume leadership of NASCAR Marketing effective immediately. Gregory replaces Kim Brink who was named Chief Operating Officer of Global Team Ford, the WPP-owned group of agencies dedicated to Ford, earlier today.

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