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posted JANUARY 22, 2019

Daytona Beach News-Journal
Speedfreaks: Can McMurray go out a winner? by Godwin Kelly and Ken Willis

Kickin' The Tires
Two XFINITY Series Teams Joining Forces For Driver Development: What You Need To Know For January 22, 2019 by Summer Bedgood

Lexington Dispatch
Glen Wood remembered as a special person by Ben White

Hickory Motor Speedway reunion showcases NASCAR's past by Tim Southers

Motorsports Tribune
2019 Cup Series Season Preview: Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. by Luis Torres

Debate: Which driver is most likely to win another Daytona 500? by Jonathan Merryman and RJ Kraft

NBC Sports
The rivalry NASCAR needs but fans might have to wait to see by Dustin Long

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks....Vinnie Miller by Ashley McCubbin

Race Fans Forever
More Good Times at the Chili Bowl As NASCAR Continues to Sink by Frank Buhrman

Larson and Bell Help Showcase NASCAR Talent Level at Chili Bowl;
Review / Preview: Ryan Blaney;
JR Motorsports, GMS Racing to Unveil New Driver Development Program Thursday by Toby Christie

posted JANUARY 21, 2019

Observations: 2019 Chili Bowl Nationals by Matt Weaver

Charlotte Observer
Glen Wood, oldest NASCAR Hall of Famer and patriarch of legendary team, dies at 93 by Brendan Marks

Chili Bowl Night 6: Christopher Bell, Kyle Larson add another chapter to respectful rivalry

Farewell to the Woodchopper

Kickin' The Tires
NASCAR XFINITY Series Driver Wins Third Straight Chili Bowl: What You Need To Know For January 21, 2019 by Summer Bedgood

Ross Chastain to share NASCAR Truck ride at Niece Motorsports by Jim Utter

NBC Sports
Oddsmakers favor Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano to win Daytona 500 by Jerry Bonkowski

Popular Speed
Rookie Outlook: XFINITY Series by Mitchell Breuer

The Racing Experts
A look at Cup Series consecutive starts streaks by Dominic Aragon

Racing Virginia
Remembering Glen Wood by Randy Hallman

Statesville Record & Landmark
Drivers, fans gather to celebrate legacy of Hickory Motor Speedway by Ian Olsen

posted JANUARY 20, 2019

Auto Racing Daily
NASCAR Xfinity: Christopher Bell wins third-straight Chili Bowl by Amanda Vincent

Beyond the Flag
NASCAR Cup Series: No full-time driver for Spire Motorsports in 2019 by Asher Fair

Bell wins third straight Chili Bowl with last lap pass on Larson by Nick DeGroot

Motor Racing Network
Chili Bowl Three-Peat for Bell by Bryan Hulbert

NBC Sports
Jamie McMurray to race in Daytona 500 with Spire Motorsports and
Christopher Bell passes Kyle Larson on last lap to win Chili Bowl by Dustin Long

Speed Sport
The Bell Tolls Again In Last-Lap Chili Bowl Thriller by Jacob Seelman

posted JANUARY 19, 2019

Beyond the Flag
NASCAR: Is Daniel Suarez the dark horse championship contender for 2019? by Asher Fair

Inside Circle Track
Will 2019 Be Chase Elliott's Championship Year? by Richard Allen

Motorsports Tribune
Spire Motorsports Acquire Jamie McMurray for Daytona 500 by Luis Torres and
Chastain: 'I'm Ready to Drive My Butt Off' by Seth Eggert

NBC Sports
'How can we be upset?': Ross Chastain discusses losing Ganassi ride, hopeful future by Daniel McFadin and
Chad Knaus admits he'll likely think he's still with Jimmie Johnson's team when season begins by Jerry Bonkowski

New Mexico Motorsports Report
Spire Motorsports names Jamie McMurray as Daytona 500 driver by John Haverlin

Popular Speed
Ashley Asks...Corey LaJoie by Ashley McCubbin

Young's Motorsports Expanding to Three Teams in 2019, Add Tyler Dippel;
Jamie McMurray to Drive No. 40 in 2019 Daytona 500 and
Ross Chastain Will Run Daytona Truck Race for Niece Motorsports, Maybe More

USA Today
Daytona 500: Brad Keselowski is the early favorite to win NASCAR season-opener by Michelle R. Martinelli

posted JANUARY 18, 2019

NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood, founder of Wood Brothers Racing, dies at 93

Associated Press
Patriarch of Wood Brothers Racing team Glen Wood dies at 93 by Jenna Fryer

Circle Track
What if the end is in sight? by Monte Dutton

Chili Bowl Night 3: Cole Bodine seizes opportunity, delivers for Clauson Marshall Racing

Kickin' The Tires
FOX's New Daytona 500 Commercial: What You Need To Know For January 18, 2019 by Summer Bedgood

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In these tough times for Wisconsin NASCAR drivers, who has a chance? by Dave Kallman

Motor Racing Network
Bell Wins Night 4 at Chili Bowl by Bryan Hulbert

NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood dies at 93 by Jim Utter;
Tony Furr joins ARCA team ahead of season opener by Tim Southers

NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood, co-founder of Wood Brothers Racing, dies at 93 by Zack Albert;
Debate: Can Brett Moffitt repeat as Gander Outdoors Truck Series champion? by Zack Albert and Chase Wilhelm

NBC Sports
Friday 5: Key questions leading into 2019 Cup season and
NASCAR Hall of Famer Glen Wood passes away and
Christopher Bell wins Chili Bowl preliminary race by Dustin Long;
Kyle Larson ready to learn from Kurt Busch - and maybe teach him a bit, too by Jerry Bonkowski;
Five intriguing changes for NASCAR in 2019 by Daniel McFadin

Popular Speed
Rookie Outlook: Gander Outdoor Truck Series by Mitchell Breuer

Press of Atlantic City
Ryan Truex trying to qualify for Daytona 500 by David Weinberg

Race Fans Forever
NASCAR Doesn't Love Me Anymore by PattyKay Lilley

Glen Wood, NASCAR Hall of Famer, Dies at 93

Tulsa World
Kasey Kahne's NASCAR retirement doesn't affect Chili Bowl loyalty by Bill Haisten

Yahoo Sports
Good riddance, 'Daytona Day' ad campaign by Nick Bromberg

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