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Ryan Timms celebrates 410 win at Huset's Speedway

Ryan Timms celebrates 410 win at Huset's Speedway

By Inside Line Promotions (Brandon, SD) -- Ryan Timms and Brandon Bosma wrapped up Championship Weekend by reaching Victory Lane during the Huset’s Speedway season finale on Sunday.

Denny Hamlin scores at Las Vegas

Denny Hamlin scores at Las Vegas

RACINBOYS EXCLUSIVE by Lee Spencer - “Viva Las Vegas, baby,” Denny Hamlin exclaimed as he punched his ticket to the Round of 8. The driver of the No. 11 Fed Ex Toyota went 2-2'

Palou Takes First indyCar title; Herta wins finale

Palou Takes First indyCar title; Herta wins finale

By IndyCar (Long Beach, CA) -- Alex Palou clinched his first NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship with a composed drive to fourth place Sunday in the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach

Torrence, Hagan, Enders score in St. Louis

Torrence, Hagan, Enders score in St. Louis

BY NHRA (Madison, IL) -- It was a day for defending world champions in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series on Sunday at World Wide Technology Raceway, as Steve Torrence,

Hahne wins Governor’s Cup Thriller at Davenport

Hahne wins Governor’s Cup Thriller at Davenport

By Anthony Ainslie (Davenport, IA) -- One of the wildest races of the year for the Haulin’ with Hoker Trucking Super Late Models East Series went down Saturday in the 2021 Iow

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New year, new crew chief lineup for Front Row Motorsports

1/11/2019
New year, new crew chief lineup for Front Row Motorsports

RACINBOYS EXCLUSIVE By Lee Spencer -- Front Row Motorsports has bolstered its crew chief lineup for 2019.

According to sources, veteran leaders Drew Blickensderfer and Mike Kelley will join Seth Barbour in overseeing FRM’s three Monster Energy Cup Series squads.

The three crew chiefs are no strangers to one another. They all worked together while at Roush Fenway Racing more than a decade ago

Blickensderfer will oversee the No. 34 Ford and driver Michael McDowell. The Decatur, Ill., native started as a crew chief with Roush Fenway Racing in 2006. Between his duties in Cup and the Xfinity Series, Blickensderfer, 42, won the 15 races with drivers Matt Kenseth, Carl Edwards and David Ragan. He was Kenseth’s crew chief for the 2009 Daytona 500 victory.

Most recently, Blickensderfer was crew chief of the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports team and driver Bubba Wallace. He worked for RPM starting in 2013. Blickensderfer is also a guest analyst for FOX Sports. He replaces Derrick Finley, who will be the technical director for Front Row Motorsports.

Kelley will assemble the new No. 36 team around rookie driver Matt Tifft. The veteran crew chief won back-to-back Xfinity titles with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in 2011-2012. In addition to his eight wins with Stenhouse, Kelley won races with Edwards, Ragan and Trevor Bayne. Kelley was tasked with the Roush’s rookie experiment—Team 60—last year with drivers Chase Briscoe, Ty Majeski and Austin Cindric.

Kelley is on loan from Roush Fenway Racing, where he’s worked for the last 17 seasons.
The 47-year-old Floridian raced Modifieds and Goody’s Dash cars around his hometown of St. Petersburg before moving to North Carolina to pursue a career in NASCAR.

Donnie Wingo, another Roush alumni, will continue in his role as Competition Director.

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