The Prowler

Brad Keselowski flies an American flag following his second career win in Atlanta. Keselowski spent most of the race shifting positions throughout the top-10, but his mistake-free driving allowed him to take the lead for the final 33 laps of the race.

Keselowski captures the flag

Rilee Stapleton, Editor-in-Chief
February 24, 2019
Young fan stands behind Kyle Larson’s McDonald’s Chevrolet in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage prior to the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. On Sunday morning, until an hour before the race, fans with pre-race pit passes are able to get up close with the cars, talk with crew members, and possibly even meet their favorite drivers.

Fast and ‘fan’tastic

Jenna Sanders, Sports Editor
February 24, 2019
Harrison Burton (No. 18) in his 17th career start, trails seasoned NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series drivers Johnny Sauter (No. 13) and Matt Crafton (No. 88). Young drivers like Burton are finding ways to move up the respect ladder in the eyes of the more experienced drivers.

Qualifying for respect

Rilee Stapleton, Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2019
Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 51 Cessna Toyota for Kyle Busch Motorsports, stands in victory lane after the NASCAR Gander Outdoor Truck Series Ultimate Tailgating 200. The win marks Busch’s 52nd career Truck Series victory, breaking the tie with four-time series champion Ron Hornaday Jr.

A league of his own

Jenna Sanders, Sports Editor
February 23, 2019
Christopher Bell, in the No. 20 Rheem Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, won the Rinnai 250 race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Bell led for 142 of 163 laps en route to his first win of the 2019 season.

Paved by the Bell

Rilee Stapleton, Editor-in-Chief
February 23, 2019
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