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Carl Edwards Wins, Advances to NASCAR Sprint Cup Finale

The 41 laps of a rain-shortened race were all Carl Edwards needed to take home the checkered flag at Texas Motor Speedway. Even more, the victory clinched a spot for Edwards in the “Championship 4” of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series chase. Advancing to NASCAR’s Finale Edwards joined Jimmie Johnson …

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Jimmie Johnson Qualifies For Championship Race

Jimmie Johnson not only became the first to punch his ticket by winning at Martinsville Sunday, but he is also one step closer to tying a NASCAR record. With a win at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 20, Johnson would join good company, tying Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt for the most title wins (7) …

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Joey Logano wins the Sprint Cup Series at Talladega; Others Eliminated

Joey Logano won the Sprint Cup Series at Talladega Sunday to advance in the NASCAR playoffs. With this win Logano earned a spot into the third round of The Chase. Drivers Denny Hamlin and Austin Dillon raced neck and neck the final two laps of the race to qualify to move on and …

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Busch wins the Brickyard 400

In the city of Indianapolis this weekend, eyes turned to racing as the annual Brickyard 400 commenced.  It was the twenty-second year for the Brickyard 400 and it found Kyle Busch as the victor.  Other than the famous Indy 500, the Brickyard 400, was the “other” race to be hosted …

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Memorable Brickyard 400 Set for Sunday

The Brickyard 400 is back at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend and the 23rd running of this race will be a memorable for racers and fans. Most notably is that of the No. 88 car. Dale Earnhardt Jr. has not recovered from his concussion-like symptoms, so Jeff Gordon is …

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New Hampshire 301 Winner Matt Kenseth Fails Car Inspection

The Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20 Toyota race winner Matt Kenseth failed the post-race inspection on Sunday. The car did not meet the compliance in the laser inspection station after Sunday’s New Hampshire 301 and the car will face further scrutiny this week at the NASCAR Research & Development Center. As for the …

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Coke Zero 400 kicks off in Daytona

It’s the Fourth of July weekend which means that it is time for the Coke Zero 400 weekend. The first race at the the Daytona International Speedway kicks off on Friday with the Subway Firecracker 250 Powered By Coca-Cola. The Subway 250 is 100 laps, equivalent to 250 miles. Good …

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Tony Stewart Grabs Sonoma Win on Final Lap

During Sunday’s nail-biting win, Tony Stewart ended an 84-race losing streak that dated back to June 2, 2013 at Dover. After leading for the previous 19, the final lap of the Toyota-Save Mart 350 saw Stewart overtaken by Denny Hamlin after Smoke was caught wheel-hopping wide in the seventh turn. Despite …

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Joey Logano Wins Sprint Cup Race In Michigan

Joey Logano was the first to cross the finish line on the 200th lap  in the FireKeepers Casino 400 at the Michigan International Speedway—Logano led 138 of the 200 laps. Logano dominated the race. The biggest challenge came on the 117th lap when Chase Elliott took the lead from Logano. Logano …

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