Braxton Crisp
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Braxton Crisp

Braxton Crisp is a multi-time award-winning journalist, earning recognition from the Associated Press Broadcasters Association of the Virginias and the National Broadcasting Society, amongst others. He earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Marshall University in West Virginia, and has extensive writing and broadcast experience, covering high school, Division I college, and professional sports for over five years.

Originally from Huntington, WV, Braxton now resides in Metro Detroit with his wife.

NASCAR

For the first time in 2018, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is set to race under the lights, in Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway. This marks round nine of the 2018 campaign, and finishes a stretch of three short tracks in the last four weeks. Richmond Raceway

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Bristol Motor Speedway will play host to today’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Food City 500. It’s the eighth event of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. Rain in the area could force the event to be delayed well into the night today, or possibly even to tomorrow.

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NASCAR

The #NASCARGoesWest movement wraps up this weekend, as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series visits Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. for the Auto Club 400. Qualifying on Friday was full of drama, as 13 cars failed to pass technical inspection in time and did not attempt a qualifying lap.

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NASCAR

Four races into 2018 and there’s a trend forming in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: Where’s Chevrolet? It seems like a repeat of the World War II game that shipbuilders would play with their colleagues called “Where’s Waldo?” Yes, Austin Dillon did put the brand new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

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Detroit Tigers

Japanese baseball legend Ichiro Suzuki is returning back to his first Major League Baseball team, the Seattle Mariners. The 44-year-old Suzuki officially signed a one-year Major League deal with the Mariners on Wednesday, after spending the last three seasons with the Miami Marlins. While Suzuki returning to Seattle is a

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NASCAR

The NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series put on three thrilling races to begin the 2018 season. But now fans will have to wait three weeks until the Trucks return at Martinsville Speedway on March 24. Think three weeks is a long time to wait for the next Trucks race? After

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NASCAR

Week three of the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will hit the 1.5-mile oval at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Weather conditions are expected to be great for racing today, with no threat of rain, unlike a week ago in Atlanta. This year marks the 20th anniversary of NASCAR’s top

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NASCAR

The NASCAR Xfinity Series will take the green flag this afternoon in the Rinnai 250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It’s the second race of the 2018 season for the Xfinity Series. Christopher Bell earned the first pole position of his young career and will be joined on the front row

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NASCAR

NASCAR’s Camping World Trucks Series will take the track this afternoon for their second race of the season in the Active Pest Control 200. Green flag at Atlanta Motor Speedway is scheduled for 4:30 pm, but that could be delayed depending on the conclusion of the Xfinity Series race immediately

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NASCAR

Week two of the NASCAR national touring series’ season is upon us, and all three series will be competing at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Daytona is hardly a barometer for how a NASCAR team’s season will go, but it certainly can set the tone for the season. Here are two drivers

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