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Driver Handicaps: Indianapolis

To assist in making your fantasy racing picks, MRN.com's Pete Pistone helps steer you toward Sunday's Crown Royal 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

MRN.com Weekend Preview

NASCAR's Crown Royal 400 at Indianapolis headlines the racing weekend that includes sports cars, sprint cars and the K&N Pro Series West.

Indy Can Provide Harsh Reality

Indianapolis Motor Speedway's role as a proving ground will show which NASCAR Sprint Cup teams are best and which ones have work to do.

Gas 'N' Go: Hendrick Vs. Penske

The pits are open again, and MRN.com's Pete Pistone and Dustin Long each answer this week’s featured question in “Gas ‘N’ Go.”

Stewart: 'It's Definitely Feasible'

While he's not planning for it, Tony Stewart would love for the addition of more NASCAR Racing at Eldora Speedway.

MRN Announcer Spotlight: Tony Rizzuti

Get to know Tony Rizzuti - Pit Road Reporter - in this week's edition of MRN Announcer Spotlight.

Chase Grid Debuts In Chicago

NASCAR to partner with Toyota and Sprint in hosting fan fest Sept. 10-11 in Chicago before opening race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Indy's Special Memories

Former Brickyard 400 champions Dale Jarrett, Bobby Labonte and Ricky Rudd relish their time in Victory Lane at Indianapolis.

NASCAR Notes: Will Indy Be Different?

How will this season's rules package alter the race at the Brickyard? Joey Logano, who recently tested there, has some ideas.

Stewart Ready For Busy Week

Tony Stewart will play the role of track operator, team owner and driver as NASCAR visits Eldora Speedway and Indianapolis Motor Speedway this week.

France Questions Move By Owners

NASCAR Chairman Brian France says on "SiriusXM Speedway" that the Race Team Alliance's move to have a centralized voice for owners is "a bad idea."

Stewart Happy To Be Back In The Saddle

Tony Stewart says last weekend's return to sprint cars gave him the boost he needed and he's looking forward to more races this season.

Gas 'N' Go: Who Is On NASCAR's Mount Rushmore?

The pits are open again, and MRN.com's Pete Pistone and Dustin Long each answer this week’s featured question in “Gas ‘N’ Go.”

Chasing The Weather

With a new Chase for the Sprint Cup format, including elimination races, weather issues could play a key role in who races for the title.

Sprint Cup Mid-Year Review

The NASCAR season is halfway done and here's a look at some of the top story lines so far during the 2014 Sprint Cup Series.

MRN Announcer Spotlight: Dan Hubbard

Get to know Dan Hubbard - Turn/Booth Announcer - in this week's edition of MRN Announcer Spotlight.

NASCAR To Test 2015 Rule Proposals

NASCAR is scheduled to test possible rule changes for next season Aug. 18 at Michigan International Speedway.

Ty Dillon To Make Sprint Cup Debut Next Month

Ty Dillon is scheduled to make his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Chase Cars Get New Look

NASCAR adding slight changes to the paint scheme of cars in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

Team Penske Thrives While Saving Tests

Four teams, including Hendrick Motorsports, couldn't turn their test at New Hampshire Motor Speedway into a win there.

Larson Busts Slump

Kyle Larson was due for better luck and got it Sunday with a pit gamble that helped him finish third at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

New Hampshire Rear View Mirror

Pete Pistone shares some news, notes and observations from a weekend of racing at New Hampshire.

Keselowski Sweeps New Hampshire

Brad Keselowski became the first driver to sweep the Sprint Cup and Nationwide races in one weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway when he won Sunday's Camping World RV Sales 301.

Logano Wrecked by Shepherd

Joey Logano’s chances of winning Sunday’s race ended when he had contact with 72-year-old Morgan Shepherd, who was running more than a dozen laps behind the leaders at the time.

Tire Woes Send Johnson Into Wall

Jimmie Johnson suffered two left rear tire failures and crashed early in Sunday’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He finished 42nd.