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SportsBusiness Journal Staff Writer Tripp Mickle

Tripp Mickle

Tripp Mickle covers motorsports, action sports and the Olympics for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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John Youk looks up from a camouflage grill beneath a tent at Kentucky Speedway and eyes a Sprint Tower in the distance. He scans the numbers for Stewart-Haas drivers. “Patrick’s third fastest,” he says, nodding. “Stewart’s quick, sixth. We’ve got hot cars. Oh y...

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SportsBusiness Daily: Universal Sports Inks Carriage Deal With TWC

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SportsBusiness Daily: Toyota To Sponsor Fall NHRA Event In Vegas

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Tags: Marketing and Sponsorship, Toyota, NHRA

SportsBusiness Daily: ISC Expects Revenue Boost At Daytona

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SportsBusiness Daily: Chevy To Sponsor NHRA Race

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SportsBusiness Journal: NASCAR charged up about green partner

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SportsBusiness Journal: Stanford fundraiser joins foundation

The U.S. Olympic Committee has hired Stanford University fundraiser and former assistant athletic director Jon Denney to be its new chief development officer. Denney will be tasked with building a new foundation that is expected to raise more than $50 million by 2016 to support the USOC and athle ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: Daytona to showcase amenities

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SportsBusiness Journal: Whelen to title sponsor European series

Longtime NASCAR sponsor Whelen, which makes safety lights for police cars, fire trucks and other safety vehicles, has signed a seven-year agreement to title sponsor the Euro-Racecar Touring Series. It is the largest sponsorship that NASCAR has brought to Euro-Racecar since it struck a licensing d ...

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SportsBusiness Journal: P&G renews with USA gymnastics

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SportsBusiness Journal: Livefyre to add comments to NASCAR.com

NASCAR is making it possible for fans to comment on articles online. The sport hired the software company Livefyre to provide a commenting service on NASCAR.com that allows fans to post comments instantaneously. Fans also can bring friends on Facebook and followers on Twitter to the site by tagg ...

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