The Pit Report
Drivers unsure what to expect in NASCAR's return to dirt

NASCAR's first national series dirt race since 1970 is equivalent to the NHL playing a regular-season game on rollerblades and pavement.

The unique surface at Ohio's Eldora Speedway has already made for the most-anticipated race in the 18-year history of NASCAR's lower-tier Camping World Truck Series. But the CarCash Mudsummer Classic on Wednesday night also has become one of the most-discussed events of the entire NASCAR season.

 
Phoenix Racing team sold, new owner to bring driver, sponsor

James Finch has sold Phoenix Racing and the new owner will take over the management of the team in September, the longtime NASCAR team owner said Wednesday.

Finch would not name the buyer, whom he has said is new to Sprint Cup racing. He has repeatedly not confirmed reports that Harry Scott of Turner Scott Motorsports is the potential buyer.

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NASCAR power rankings: Clear order at the top, parity reigns elsewhere

After the restrictor-plate madness the week before at Daytona, NASCAR’s annual trek to New Hampshire was supposed to represent a return to the ordinary. Instead all Brian Vickers did was crash the party and became the first part-time driver to win a Sprint Cup event in 89 races.

But was Vickers’ out-of-nowhere victory enough to secure him a place in this week’s power rankings?

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