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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.

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Scorching hot temperatures and a racing surface nearly old enough to vote await the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday. Chicagoland Speedway plays host to the Overton’s 400, where 39 of the best stock car drivers in the world will battle high heat, a slick track, and each other

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NASCAR has its first triple-header weekend in a few months at Chicagoland Speedway, and it starts Friday night with the Overton’s 225 for the Camping World Truck Series. Chicagoland is a strange layout track, in that there is no true straightaway; the entire track is curved in some way. Still,

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Welcome to NASCAR racing in 2018, where a team that has won two races in a national touring series can still struggle for funding. That is exactly the case for NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team Hattori Racing. Driver Brett Moffitt said on Twitter Sunday that four races remain unsponsored for

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A wiley call on the radio by crew chief Cole Pearn put Martin Truex, Jr. in the lead and in victory lane in the Toyota/Save Mart 350 Sunday. Pearn called Truex, Jr. to pit road while running in second place at lap 72, but Pearn told his driver to stay

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The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is road course-ready for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 this afternoon at Sonoma Raceway. It’s race 16 of the 2018 season and the first road course of the year. Road courses always bring some of the best action of the NASCAR season, with a mix

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Justin Haley used two masterful restarts and a little luck in the final ten laps to earn his first career NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win at Gateway Motorsports Park on Saturday. The Indiana native quietly got into second position and was the beneficiary of Noah Gragson and Brett Moffitt

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The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series visits a fan-favorite race track Saturday night as Villa Lighting delivers the Eaton 200, presented by CK Power at Gateway Motorsports Park. It’s the second consecutive week that the Truck Series competes at a track that the Cup Series does not visit, and also

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The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is nearly halfway through the 2018 season, and Chevrolet has claimed just one win. Theories abound about why Chevrolet has lacked top results. It was believed to be an aerodynamic issue at first, call it a learning curve to the new Camaro body style.

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This weekend’s Trucks/Xfinity weekend wraps up with the NASCAR Xfinity Series competing in the American Ethanol E15 250 at Iowa Speedway. Iowa Speedway has long been considered one of the best tracks the Xfinity Series visits, and its place on the schedule allows for Xfinity Series regulars to show what

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A Cup Series off week yields the spotlight to the other two national touring series, both competing at Iowa Speedway this weekend. Tonight the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will run the M&Ms 200. It’s the ninth race of the season for the Trucks. Johnny Sauter has undoubtedly been the

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