GABELL: Indoor Racing is Something All Race Fans Need to See

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — What makes racing worth watching? That is a question that promoters, drivers, fans and even those who don’t like racing often find themselves asking when it comes to motorsports. For some people, it is the atmosphere, the roaring of the engines and the distinct racing fuel aroma. A racetrack can be a unique environment during a …

GABELL: Busch Adds Another Page to His Legacy With Dominant Performance at Indy

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Defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch wrote his name alongside NASCAR’s greatest following his dominating win in the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 on Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

First State, First Reactions: Four Rookies Highlight Sixth Round at Delaware

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After five rounds, new winners and names are surfacing in all of Delaware International Speedway’s weekly divisions, making for a plethora of storylines to watch with the summer months on the horizon at the half-mile dirt track.

Marshall’s Mind Blog: Langley Impresses With Southern Modified Stop; Support Your Local Short Track

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HAMPTON, Va. – Blog and photo by Race Chaser Online Mid-Atlantic Correspondent Marshall Gabell – I have been to a few tracks these past few seasons, and while all of them have been enjoyable and exciting, this past weekend at Langley Speedway stood out among the rest. The track, which is a 0.395-mile circuit, accommodates fans, drivers and the media …

Marshall’s Mind Blog: Contenders and Pretenders for the 2015 Chase Grid Heading Into the Easter Break

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Blog by Race Chaser Online Mid-Atlantic Correspondent Marshall Gabell – Doug Pensinger/Getty Images North America photo – These first six races have been quite interesting. Following an impressive inaugural season of the Chase Grid in 2014, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has begun 2015 in weird and dramatic fashion. From the Kurt Busch suspension, race cars being stolen …

Marshall’s Mind Blog: With Second Chance In Hand, David Ragan Has a Shot to Crash 2015 Chase Grid

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OCEAN CITY, Md. – Blog by Race Chaser Online Mid-Atlantic Correspondent Marshall Gabell – Sarah Glenn/Getty Images North America photo – With the bombshell dropping that Unadilla, Georgia native David Ragan would be piloting Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 for the injured Kyle Busch, multiple questions shot across social media – the biggest concerning Ragan’s chances to make the Chase …

Marshall’s Mind Blog: Dear NASCAR, It’s Time To Bring Back The Short Tracks

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OCEAN CITY, Md. – Blog by Race Chaser Online Mid-Atlantic Correspondent Marshal l Gabell – Gregg Forwerck/Getty Images North America photo – Dear NASCAR, It has been long enough. We’ve been sitting on our couches watching races for at least three hours, and most of the time we have drifted into a nap. That needs to change. Since the 1900s, …

Marshall’s Mind Blog: Hamlin Survived; Now It’s Time to Close the Deal at Homestead

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HOMESTEAD, Fla. – Blog by Race Chaser Online Mid-Atlantic Correspondent Marshall Gabell – Tom Pennington/Getty Images North America photo – Well, it has been a nail-biting nine weeks in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. After shock eliminations, surprising moves and a whole lot of drama, we’re down to one race to determine a Sprint Cup champion for 2014 — and …