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    Race #13 - Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway

    NASCAR CUP SERIES
    Race Weekend at a Glance
    Race:
    Drydene 400 (Race #13 of 36), 400 laps (400 miles)
    Track: Dover International Speedway (1-mile oval) in Dover, Del.
    Stages: 120 laps/120 laps/160 laps
    TV: Sunday, May 16, at 2 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1971 Mason-Dixon 500 (spring, 500 miles)
    1. Bobby Allison, #12 Ford
    2. Fred Lorenzen, #99 Plymouth
    3. Richard Petty, #43 Plymouth
    4. Bobby Isaac, #71 Dodge
    5. G.C. Spencer, #49 Plymouth
    Polesitter: Richard Petty, #43 Plymouth

    Last Year's Race: 2020 Drydene 311 Race No. 1 (311 miles)
    1. Denny Hamlin, #11 Toyota
    2. Martin Truex, Jr., #19 Toyota
    3. Kyle Busch, #18 Toyota
    4. Kevin Harvick, #4 Ford
    5. Chase Elliott, #9 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Chase Elliott, #9 Chevrolet (by metric)

    Entry List:
    _1) #00 Quin Houff, Reliant IT Group/Verkada Video Security Cameras Chevrolet
    _2) #_1 Kurt Busch, Yorktel IT Managed Services/Caregility Telehealth Platform Chevrolet
    _3) #_2 Brad Keselowski, Wurth Automotive Service Supplies Ford
    _4) #_3 Austin Dillon, Huk Performance Fishing Apparel and Clothing Chevrolet
    _5) #_4 Kevin Harvick, Hunt Brothers Pizza Restaurants Ford
    _6) #_5 Kyle Larson, NationsGuard Auto Dealer Warranty Chevrolet
    _7) #_6 Ryan Newman, Guaranteed Rate Mortgage Ford
    _8) #_7 Corey LaJoie, Drydene Engine Oils and Greases Chevrolet
    _9) #_8 Tyler Reddick, Caterpillar Linkage Pins Chevrolet
    10) #_9 Chase Elliott, NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet
    11) #10 Aric Almirola, Smithfield Foods/Weis Markets Grocery Stores Ford
    12) #11 Denny Hamlin, FedEx Office Printing and Shipping Services Toyota
    13) #12 Ryan Blaney, Cardell Cabinetry/Menards Home Improvement Ford
    14) #14 Chase Briscoe, Ford Performance Racing School/GT 500 Track Attack Ford
    15) #15 James Davison, Smart Sanitizer Ultraviolet Light Disinfectant Chevrolet
    16) #17 Chris Buescher, Fastenal Industrial Supplies/Honeywell Home Comfort and Security Ford
    17) #18 Kyle Busch, M&M's Mix Chocolate Candies Toyota
    18) #19 Martin Truex, Jr., Reser's Fine Foods Toyota
    19) #20 Christopher Bell, Stanley Hand Tools Toyota
    20) #21 Matt DiBenedetto, Motorcraft Auto Parts/Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center Ford
    21) #22 Joey Logano, Shell Gasoline/Pennzoil Motor Oil Ford
    22) #23 Bubba Wallace, McDonald's Restaurants Toyota
    23) #24 William Byron, Axalta Coating Systems Chevrolet
    24) #34 Michael McDowell, Revolve Finance Online Banking Ford
    25) #37 Ryan Preece, Thomas' Breakfast Bakery Chevrolet
    26) #38 Anthony Alfredo, Speedy Cash Loans Ford
    27) #41 Cole Custer, Haas CNC Tooling Ford
    28) #42 Ross Chastain, Loyal Order of Moose Fraternal Organization Chevrolet
    29) #43 Erik Jones, Medallion Bank Consumer Finance Chevrolet
    30) #47 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Bush's Best Beans Chevrolet
    31) #48 Alex Bowman, Ally Financial Banking Chevrolet
    32) #51 Cody Ware, Nurtec ODT Migraine Medication Chevrolet
    33) #52 Josh Bilicki, BullShooter Dartboards Ford
    34) #53 Garrett Smithley, Rich Mar Florist Flowers Chevrolet
    35) #77 Josh Berry, Diamond Creek High Alkaline Water Chevrolet
    36) #78 B.J. McLeod, Surface Sunscreen/Koolbox Ice Helmet Cooling System Ford
    37) #99 Daniel Suarez, CommScope Global Network Infrastructure Chevrolet
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    37 cars are entered for 40 starting spots in the 2021 Drydene 400.

    Changes:
    Garrett Smithley returns to the #53 Chevrolet
    Josh Berry will make his NASCAR Cup Series career debut in the #77 Chevrolet

    Non-Chartered Cars:
    #37 Ryan Preece
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    NASCAR XFINITY SERIES
    Race Weekend at a Glance
    Race:
    Drydene 200 (Race #10 of 33), 200 laps (200 miles)
    Track: Dover International Speedway (1-mile oval) in Dover, Del.
    Stages: 45 laps/45 laps/110 laps
    TV: Saturday, May 15, at 1:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1

    Inaugural Race: 1982 Sportsman 200
    1. Joe Ruttman, #75 Pontiac
    2. Jack Ingram, #11 Pontiac
    3. Butch Lindley, #01 Pontiac
    4. Tommy Ellis, #12 Pontiac
    5. David Pearson, #21 Pontiac
    Polesitter: Harry Gant, #77 Pontiac

    Last Year's Race: 2020 Drydene 200 Race No. 1
    1. Justin Allgaier, #7 Chevrolet
    2. Austin Cindric, #22 Ford
    3. Ross Chastain, #10 Chevrolet
    4. Noah Gragson, #9 Chevrolet
    5. Harrison Burton, #20 Toyota
    Polesitter: Austin Cindric, #22 Ford (by metric)

    Entry List:
    _1) #02 Brett Moffitt, Destiny Homes Chevrolet
    _2) #03 Andy Lally, Robert B. Our Company Chevrolet
    _3) #07 Joe Graf, Jr., Z Grills Chevrolet
    _4) #_0 Jeffrey Earnhardt, Forever Lawn Chevrolet
    _5) #_1 Michael Annett, Pilot/Flying J MyRewards Plus Chevrolet
    _6) #_2 Myatt Snider, TaxSlayer Chevrolet
    _7) #_4 Ryan Vargas, JD Motorsports Chevrolet
    _8) #_5 Matt Mills, J.F. Electric Chevrolet
    _9) #_6 Landon Cassill, JD Motorsports Chevrolet
    10) #_7 Justin Allgaier, Brandt Chevrolet
    11) #_8 Josh Berry, Tire Pros Chevrolet
    12) #_9 Noah Gragson, Bass Pro Shops/Black Rifle Coffee Chevrolet
    13) #10 Jeb Burton, Chevrolet Motor Company Chevrolet
    14) #11 Zane Smith, LeafFilter Gutter Protection Chevrolet
    15) #13 Matt Jaskol, Auto Parts 4 Less Ford
    16) #15 Colby Howard, Project Hope Foundation Chevrolet
    17) #16 A.J. Allmendinger, Hyperice Chevrolet
    18) #17 Garrett Smithley, SS Greenlight Racing Chevrolet
    19) #18 Daniel Hemric, Poppy Bank Toyota
    20) #19 Brandon Jones, Pelonis/Menards Toyota
    21) #20 Harrison Burton, Dex Imaging Toyota
    22) #22 Austin Cindric, Car Shop Ford
    23) #23 J.J. Yeley, Our Motorsports Chevrolet
    24) #26 John Hunter Nemechek, Acme Toyota
    25) #31 Jordan Anderson, Bommarito Automotive Group Chevrolet
    26) #36 Alex Labbe, Prolon/Rousseau/Silver Wax Chevrolet
    27) #39 Ryan Sieg, A-Game Ford
    28) #44 Tommy Joe Martins, Gilreath Farms Red Angus Chevrolet
    29) #47 Kyle Weatherman, LOF Chevrolet
    30) #48 Jade Buford, Big Machine Spiked Coolers Chevrolet
    31) #51 Jeremy Clements, First Pacific Funding Chevrolet
    32) #52 Gray Gaulding, Means Motorsports Chevrolet
    33) #54 Ty Gibbs, Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
    34) #61 David Starr, MBM Motorsports Toyota
    35) #66 Timmy Hill, Alarm Tech Systems Ford
    36) #68 Brandon Brown, Brandonbilt Foundations Chevrolet
    37) #74 Bayley Currey, Children's National Chevrolet
    38) #77 Ronnie Bassett, Jr., Bassett Racing Chevrolet
    39) #78 Jesse Little, B.J. McLeod Motorsports Chevrolet
    40) #90 Kyle Sieg, DGM Racing Chevrolet
    41) #92 Josh Williams, DGM Racing Chevrolet
    42) #98 Riley Herbst, Monster Energy Drink Ford
    43) #99 B.J. McLeod, B.J. McLeod Motorsports Toyota
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    ARCA MENARDS SERIES EAST
    Race Weekend at a Glance
    Race:
    General Tire 125 (Race #4 of 8), 125 laps (125 miles)
    Track: Dover International Speedway (1-mile oval) in Dover, Del.
    TV: Friday, May 14, at 5 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Gold TrackPass

    Inaugural Race: 1987 Budweiser 200 (200 miles)
    1. Mark Martin, #31 Ford
    2. Larry Pearson, #21 Chevrolet
    3. Ed Berrier, #12 Pontiac
    4. Morgan Shepherd, #97 Buick
    5. Larry Pollard, #63 Chevrolet
    Polesitter: Rick Mast, #22 Buick

    Last Year's Race: 2020 General Tire 125
    1. Sam Mayer, #21 Chevrolet
    2. David Gilliland, #54 Ford
    3. Mason Diaz, #25 Toyota
    4. Max McLaughlin, #1 Toyota
    5. Drew Dollar, #15 Toyota
    Polesitter: Ty Gibbs, #18 Toyota

    Entry List:
    _1) #02 Connor Mosack, Nic Taylor Custom Fit Underwear Chevrolet
    _2) #_6 Rajah Carruth, UTI/NTI/Max Siegel Chevrolet
    _3) #10 Ed Pompa, Burt Crane Rigging/Double H Ranch Toyota
    _4) #11 Jade Buford, Big Machine Vodka and Spiked Coolers Ford
    _5) #12 Dick Doheny, Evergreen Raceway Park Toyota
    _6) #15 Drew Dollar, Sunbelt Rentals Toyota
    _7) #17 David Gilliland, David Gilliland Racing Ford
    _8) #18 Ty Gibbs, Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota
    _9) #25 Jesse Love, JBL Audio Toyota
    10) #28 Kyle Sieg, RSS Racing Chevrolet
    11) #30 Max Gutierrez, ToughBuilt Ford
    12) #41 Josh Berry, Solid Rock Carriers Chevrolet
    13) #42 Parker Retzlaff, Ponsse/MMI Toyota
    14) #43 Daniel Dye, Race to Stop Suicide/Solarfit/Jeep Beach Chevrolet
    15) #54 Joey Iest, ASN/Basila Ranch Ford
    16) #74 Mason Diaz, Mulch Mate/Solid Rock Carriers/MechanixWear Toyota
    17) #81 Sammy Smith, Engine Ice Toyota
    18) #91 Justin Carroll, Carroll's Automotive Toyota
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    Time to get Rowdy!!! Go Kyle Busch!!!

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    Hendrick finally got that washed up has been out the 48!

    cant believe i pissed away a like 150 point lead in fantast the last week of the spring season
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    Well that race sucked. Why tf didnít they take the time to diagnose the issue under that comp caution? Even if you lost a lap or two itís still better than going down 7 laps before you fixed the issue.

    Also, itís time for nascar to start having practices again. At least 1 60-90 minute practice. This no practice **** is annoying. I could care less about qualifying but we need yo bring back at least 1 practice IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    Well that race sucked. Why tf didnít they take the time to diagnose the issue under that comp caution? Even if you lost a lap or two itís still better than going down 7 laps before you fixed the issue.

    Also, itís time for nascar to start having practices again. At least 1 60-90 minute practice. This no practice **** is annoying. I could care less about qualifying but we need yo bring back at least 1 practice IMO.
    I'm indifferent. Know the drivers want it but I think there's an interesting aspect to just show up and run. It's certainly more cost efficient for the teams. Cup guys still get plenty of opportunities to "practice" in xfinity and trucks if they choose.

    I understand that as a Kyle Busch fan you dont like it, but there was what 10 different winners in the first 11 races? I mean thats good for the sport, lots of parity.
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    I don't think they should bring it back for this year. Especially not with the next gen car coming out next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    I'm indifferent. Know the drivers want it but I think there's an interesting aspect to just show up and run. It's certainly more cost efficient for the teams. Cup guys still get plenty of opportunities to "practice" in xfinity and trucks if they choose.

    I understand that as a Kyle Busch fan you dont like it, but there was what 10 different winners in the first 11 races? I mean thats good for the sport, lots of parity.
    I like the parity but itís still dumb to not have even 1 practice. The problem he had could have easily been found and fixed if there was a practice. I could care less about qualifying, I actually like the way theyíve been doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    Well that race sucked. Why tf didnít they take the time to diagnose the issue under that comp caution? Even if you lost a lap or two itís still better than going down 7 laps before you fixed the issue.

    Also, itís time for nascar to start having practices again. At least 1 60-90 minute practice. This no practice **** is annoying. I could care less about qualifying but we need yo bring back at least 1 practice IMO.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    I like the parity but itís still dumb to not have even 1 practice. The problem he had could have easily been found and fixed if there was a practice. I could care less about qualifying, I actually like the way theyíve been doing it.
    It happens... just like Larsons team sheet of metal left infront of the radiator at Dega and he blew up before they got on the backstretch lap 1.

    When you start practices there will be less parity and more of the same old same old. I'm for practicing on new tracks and tracks with new surfaces ect, but I dont think it's needed everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkieMark48 View Post
    It happens... just like Larsons team sheet of metal left infront of the radiator at Dega and he blew up before they got on the backstretch lap 1.

    When you start practices there will be less parity and more of the same old same old. I'm for practicing on new tracks and tracks with new surfaces ect, but I dont think it's needed everywhere.
    I guess we will agree to disagree then even a short practice where they can make sure everything is good to go before the race. Specially for the playoffs too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    Well that race sucked. Why tf didnít they take the time to diagnose the issue under that comp caution? Even if you lost a lap or two itís still better than going down 7 laps before you fixed the issue.

    Also, itís time for nascar to start having practices again. At least 1 60-90 minute practice. This no practice **** is annoying. I could care less about qualifying but we need yo bring back at least 1 practice IMO.
    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    I guess we will agree to disagree then even a short practice where they can make sure everything is good to go before the race. Specially for the playoffs too.
    10 or 15 mins sure, im in. Teams don't need an hour to make 5 laps to make sure everything is good to go, especially now that everything is fuel injection

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