NASCAR has moved quickly to update and clarify a lug nut rule that has dominated the news recently, although it appears enforcing the rule will continue to be hit-and-miss for at least the immediate future.
Racing doesn't get much better than a bump-and-run on the final lap for the victory. It's what Carl Edwards did to teammate Kyle Busch at Richmond International Raceway in what NASCAR says was the first last-lap pass for a win in track history.
Following an unveiling ceremony for the car he will race in Kansas City, KS on Saturday, May 7th, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. jumped behind the wheel of his Axalta/CARSTAR Chevrolet SS and cruised a few streets in Charlotte, NC on Thursday.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. drives Chevy racecar on Charlotte streets
A lap around Texas Motor Speedway with Regan Smith