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Silly Season Winding Down, Some Drivers May Be Left Out

The silly season picture is starting to come together now that Bubba Wallace has announced his collaboration with Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin, and Chip Ganassi named Ross Chastain as the driver of the #42. Joe Gibbs Racing predictably named Christopher Bell as the replacement to Erik Jones in the #20 Toyota. That leaves a slew of drivers unsigned for 2021, including Erik Jones, Daniel Suarez, Ty Dillon, Corey Lajoie,
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Bubba Wallace is Good For NASCAR, But Must Avoid Becoming LeBron James

The mega story of the week in NASCAR is the formation of a new team for 2021 owned by NBA G.O.A.T Michael Jordan and Joe Gibbs Racing driver Denny Hamlin. They named Bubba Wallace, NASCAR’s only African American driver, to pilot the car. Wallace has become one of the most visible faces in the sport since George Floyd was killed earlier this year while police knelt on his neck for
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NASCAR’s Final Four and Championship Prediction

Over the past couple of seasons, there are usually three drivers that have stood out throughout NASCAR’s regular season, dubbed the ‘Big 3’. However, in the atypical season that is 2020, there is only two, the ‘dynamic duo’ of Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin. Harvick leads the Cup series with seven wins, while Hamlin is on his back bumper with six. Barring an absolute disastrous playoff run, Harvick and Hamlin
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NASCAR Silly Season Projections

When I use to write for NASCAR publications years ago, I would annually attempt to predict the results of the upcoming silly season. I was wrong more than right, but at least I had fun trying to figure out the next move for certain drivers and teams. So, here we go. The #42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet ride will likely be open for 2021. Veteran Matt Kenseth stepped in for