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Who Should Drive the 48 for Hendrick Motorsports in 2021?

Reading Time: 3 minutesAfter the 2019 season came to a close, seven-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnosn announced 2020 would be his last year racing full time. Since 2002 he has dominated competition, tying legends Dale Earnhardt and Richard Petty with seven championships. Although this year has been rough for him, underperforming and contracting COVID-19, he’s a guaranteed Hall of Famer and maybe the greatest driver ever. This leaves the question, who’ll drive his 48 car next year? Erik Jones To many racing fans, Jones seems the most likely candidate to move to the 48 next year. Just...

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2020 British Grand Prix Preview

Reading Time: 2 minutesWith the fourth round of this Euro-centric F1 calendar comes one of the sports’ most famous tracks: The British GP at Silverstone.  This track has been home to some incredible races, and this year’s edition is sure to not disappoint. The most obvious topic of this season has been Mercedes’ dominance.  The Silver Arrows have had a first place finisher in each of the first three rounds, with Valtteri Bottas winning one race in Austria and Lewis Hamilton taking both the Styrian and Hungarian Grand Prix. With a 25 point gap from Bottas to Red Bull’s...

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Everything You Need to Know About F1: The World’s Most Insane Sport

Reading Time: 3 minutesAs the Formula1 season is currently delayed from Coronavirus, now is a perfect time for the “average American sports fan” to learn about arguably the world’s most exciting sport. F1, each season, travels to 22 destinations around the globe, with 500 million fans all focusing on the 20 drivers and the 10 teams, as they fight to win the holy grail of motorsports, The Formula1 World Championship. Formula1 is much more than “cars in a loop”, like you’ve probably seen in NASCAR. The courses are extreme, and travel through the most beautiful public roads in cities...

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