New Hampshire 301

Sunday, Jul 19, 2015
88Day 22Hour 52Min 54Sec07/19/2015 01:30 PM


Sunday, Sep 27, 2015
158Day 23Hour 22Min 54Sec09/27/2015 02:00 PM
The Granite Stripe reviews the recent success of Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick on intermediate tracks and makes picks for Bristol.
Nicole Pelletier and Caroline Carter were all selected as Speedway Star winners on Saturday and will sing the National Anthem during New Hampshire Motor Speedway's NASCAR weekends this July and September.
Snow vs. Snow Melt: Then and Now
After getting hit with several snowstorms this winter, NHMS is finally starting to see the ground again. Check out these Then and Now comparisons of early February to late March.
Winter Storm Linus NHMS Photos
Winter Storm Linus marked the second Monday in a row that NHMS and the local area was hit by a large snowstorm.
Matt Kenseth picked up his first series win since 2013 in the Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes and Stand Up to Cancer at Bristol.
In this episode, the Granite Stripe reviews Johnson and Harvick's dominance on intermediates, discusses what Erik Jones' success might have to do with Kyle Busch's absence, and picks Bristol.



The Granite Stripe

Bristol: Three Drivers To Watch

Food City 500 Race Preview
Bristol: Three Drivers To Watch

#ItsBristolBaby!  It's second smallest track on the schedule at just 0.533 miles with banking up to 30 degrees.  There's nowhere for the cars to go when racing in a 43-car field, but that doesn't stop them from pinballing around the track like a roulette wheel.



How impressive was Kevin Harvick's string of eight top-two finishes?

  • More impresive than Richard Petty's
  • About on par with Richard Petty's
  • Impessive but not like Richard Petty's
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