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Topic - Chase Elliott
Sam Hornish Jr. went from nearly winning the NASCAR Nationwide Series season title to losing his ride.
For many veteran NASCAR drivers, balancing a career while raising kids is a huge challenge.
Kevin Harvick pulled away on a restart with 47 laps to go and ended Chase Elliott's two-race winning streak in NASCAR's Nationwide Series with a dominating victory early Saturday at Richmond International Raceway.
Kevin Harvick knew his first-year Stewart-Haas Racing team was better than it had shown the past few weeks. After taking the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on Saturday night, Harvick is convinced the group has exactly what it takes to win a Sprint Cup championship.
Chase Elliott isn't really sure what he has accomplished the last two weeks in becoming the youngest Nationwide driver with multiple victories.
Chase Elliott missed his senior prom Friday, but wasn't too disappointed.
As he chased Joey Logano around Texas Motor Speedway, more than a few people wondered if Brad Keselowski was letting off the gas just a little bit to help his teammate to a win.
Bill Elliott rarely got rattled during his three-plus decades racing at NASCAR's highest level. He worked hard, didn't worry about what was going on around him, and did his talking on the track.
When qualifying ended at Texas Motor Speedway, Chase Elliott hopped a fence and went on his way without a single fan bothering to stop him for an autograph or picture.
Chase Elliott was known in racing long before his first race, the little kid hanging around the race track with his champion father.
NASCAR has approved a pair of high-profile 18-year-old drivers for speedway racing.
Chase Elliott took out Buster Graham early in the ARCA Series race.
Neither father nor son can remember a time when Chase Elliott wanted to be anything other than a race car driver.
For Chase Elliott, simply being in contention for a victory at an unfamiliar track wasn't enough.
Jeb Burton and Chase Elliott could have saved a stamp.
"It was a typical Monday morning," Elliott said. "Nobody likes Mondays, whether you're in school or having to go to work."
"Those guys just taking a couple seconds to shake my hand along the way, that was one of the coolest things I've ever experienced ever," Elliott said. "That was just really, really cool to have those guys, their support."