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Topic - Jeff Burton
NBC Sports Group has named Rick Allen lead race announcer for its coverage of NASCAR.
Jeff Burton became NBC Sports Group's first hire for the broadcast booth when the network decided the respected driver was a must-have analyst for its upcoming NASCAR coverage.
Michael Waltrip Racing has hired Jeff Burton as a test driver, with the possibility of running a partial Sprint Cup schedule in 2014.
The greatest driver to never win a NASCAR championship is treating the season finale as if it's the last race of his career.
The greatest driver to never win a NASCAR championship treated the season finale as if it was the last race of his career.
Jeff Burton will become the sixth driver to make 1,000 NASCAR national series starts when he competes this weekend at Phoenix International Raceway. He plans to add to his total next season, but isn't saying where.
NASCAR is looking to tweak the Gen-6 car for next season.
Jeff Burton got his first career victory in the first NASCAR Cup race at Texas in 1997.
They plan and tinker, double-check this and triple-check that.
Aric Almirola has a fast car.
Ryan Newman expected to spend Monday celebrating his new job with Richard Childress Racing. Instead, still reeling from the controversial spin by Clint Bowyer that took him out of championship contention, he sounded emotionally exhausted as he announced his 2014 plans.
Jeff Burton has long been considered a voice of reason in NASCAR's garage, a respected driver destined for the TV booth or even politics.
Jeff Gordon and crew chief Ray Evernham saw the light more than a decade ago, and road racing in the Sprint Cup Series has never been the same.
Pocono was a race to forget for NASCAR's first couple.
Jeff Burton will have an interim crew chief for Sunday's race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
"I'm used to having to be a little more diplomatic ... because when you're racing against people, you essentially live with them," he said. "You've got to make sure you can get along, and I think that's still got to continue. But at the same time, you've got to call it the way you see it."
"This is an exciting new challenge and I am thrilled to be joining the NBC Sports family," said Burton. "I will prepare for each race as if I were driving in it, and I look forward to sharing my experience, views and insights with all the dedicated and passionate NASCAR fans."