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CONCORD, N.C.--”Rowdy” Kyle Busch destroyed the competition in Sunday’s Coca Cola 600, the longest race on the Cup Series schedule. He started on the pole, won all three stages and led a whopping 377 laps of the 400-lap race.

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CONCORD, N.C.--Kevin Harvick is driving a set of hot wheels. He has five Cup Series victories this season, the most of any driver, and last Saturday night, easily outraced his competitor’s to win this year’s All-Star event.

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KANSAS CITY, Kan.--Kevin Harvick started on the pole in Sunday’s 267-lap Cup Series race, but had to play catch up near the end to claim his fifth victory of the season.

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DOVER, Del.--Kevin Harvick passed teammate Clint Bowyer for the lead on lap 337 of Sunday’s Dover Cup Series race, and cruised the remaining 63 laps to the finish line, winning by a whopping 7.45-seconds ahead of Bowyer.

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MARTINSVILLE, Vir.-- Clint Bowyer hadn’t won a Cup Series race since October, 2012, but that’s all in the past. He led 215 laps of Monday’s 500-lap race, that was originally scheduled for Sunday, but postponed a day because of snow.

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FONTANA, Calif.-- “Truex and his team really had their car tuned in for this race,” said TV analyst Michael Waltrip after Sunday’s Cup Series race.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.--Michael Waltrip said Fords will be the car to beat this year. If’ the Ford domination in last Sunday’s NASCAR Clash is an indication of their power and speed, then it will be a long year for the other manufacturer’s.

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Just before daybreak on a cold New Year’s Day in 1953, a baby-blue Cadillac pulled up to the small Oak Hill, West Virginia hospital. Exactly who was driving the car is uncertain, but the man in the back seat was singer-songwriter Hank Williams.

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NOTE: Each year during Christmas we break from our traditional NASCAR racing news in order to bring a timeless Christmas story from Bobby Ward, an early sprint car racer from Arkansas. While he was not well known along the east coast, he was a household name among racing fans in the Midwest.…

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HOMESTEAD, Fla.--One of the first things Martin Truex Jr. received after winning Sunday’s Cup Series race and the 2017 Championship was a big hug and kiss from his girlfriend, Sherry Pollex.

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KANSAS CITY, Kan.--Martin Truex Jr. took control of Sunday's Cup Series race about midway and cruised to his seventh win of the season, by 2.24-seconds ahead of Kurt Busch.

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TALLADEGA, Ala.--Brad Keselowski was able to miss all the wrecks and made a last lap pass on Ryan Newman to win Sunday's 188-lap Cup Series race as a crowd of over 150,000 wild fans watched.

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CONCORD, N.C.--Martin Truex Jr. won Sunday's Cup Series race at Charlotte, guaranteeing himself a spot in Round 8 of the Chase playoffs.

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DOVER, Del.--Chase Elliott appeared to be on the way to his first Cup win in 69 starts, but Kyle Busch thought otherwise. He ended Elliott’s hopes one and one-half laps from the finish line, in Sunday’s 400-lap Dover race.

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LOUDON, N.H. --- Kyle Busch started on the pole in Sunday’s 300-lap Cup Series race, led three times for 187 laps, and beat runner-up Kyle Larson to the checkered flag by 2.641-seconds.

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DARLINGTON, S.C.--Denny Hamlin claimed both of the weekend races at Darlington. First, he won Saturday night’s Xfinity race ahead of Joey Logano, and then took Sunday’s Southern 500.

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BROOKLYN, Mich.--Kyle Larson out drove Martin Truex Jr., on the last restart of Sunday’s Cup Series race to claim his third win of the season.

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WATKINS GLEN, N.Y.--Martin Truex Jr. had a fast Toyota and enough fuel to win Sunday’s Cup Series race. But going into the last stage of the race, Truex and his team had a choice; either conserve fuel or make an additional pit stop which might cost them the win.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.--Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was a crazy one.

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LONG POND, Penn.--Ryan Blaney brought the Wood Brothers No. 21 Racing team back to victory lane for the first time in 122 races.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.--When the final 10-lap shootout began in Saturday’s All-Star race, Kyle Busch was lined up third behind Brad Keselowski and seven-time Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson.

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KANSAS CITY, Kan.--Martin Truex Jr. led 104 laps in Sunday’s 267-lap Cup Series race, but a fast restart on the race’s last caution with two laps to go, was what he needed to claim his second series victory of the season.

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BRISTOL, Tenn.--Bristol’s rain-postponed Cup race went to Jimmie Johnson. The race was originally scheduled for Sunday, but had to be postponed until Monday because of rain.

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MARTINSVILLE, Vir.--Polesitter, Brad Keselowski managed to stay out of trouble and avoid all the wrecks this past Sunday to win the 500-lap Martinsville Cup race for the first time in his career.

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HAMPTON, Ga.--Brad Keselowski came from a lap down, not once, but twice to win Sunday’s NASCAR Cup race. The driver of the No. 2 Penske Ford didn’t appear to have the fastest car early into the 325-lap race, but he kept digging. During the race’s last restart, with 13 laps to go, he was in t…

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.--Two Hendrick Racing drivers, Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. will start on the pole in Sunday’s Daytona 500. For Elliott, it was his second consecutive Daytona 500 pole.

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Tony Stewart will retain his role as car owner in NASCAR, but will not participate as a NASCAR driver. That doesn’t mean he has hung up his driving helmet. No, just the opposite. He plans to run at least 71 races in open wheel and sprint cars in 2017, and many of them will be against his own…

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Martin Truex Jr. failed to win the NASCAR Cup Series title last year, but he was named Driver of the Year by NASCAR.com, and also Driver of the Year by the Eastern Motorsport Press Association (EMPA).

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The 2016 Sprint Cup season was Tony Stewart’s last as a driver, but he will continue as a NASCAR owner, and open-wheel driver.

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Greg Biffle has turned in his driving helmet at Roush Fenway Racing after 14 seasons behind the wheel of the No. 16 Ford.

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Unlike most of Wisconsin’s 600,000-plus hunters watching from blinds or tree stands, Chester Marcol couldn’t care less if a big buck trots past him during the state’s annual firearms deer season.

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PHOENIX, Ariz.--Joey Logano won Sunday’s Sprint Cup race and joined Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, and Kyle Busch as the four drivers that will vie for the 2016 Sprint Cup Championship next week at Homestead, Fla.

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MARTINSVILLE, Vir.--Jimmie Johnson’s win at Martinsville puts him in line for his seventh Sprint Cup Championship. The six-time champion led 92 laps of the 500-lap race, and cruised to victory lane by 1.291-seconds ahead of Brad Keselowski.

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TALLADEGA, Ala.--Joey Logano survived a green-white-checkered restart to win at Talladega and clinch a spot in the next-to-last round of this year’s Chase For The Sprint Cup Championship.

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KANSAS CITY, Kan.--Kevin Harvick is one happy driver, after powering his way to victory lane in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race, and guaranteeing himself a spot in the next Chase round.

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CONCORD, N.C.--Jimmie Johnson took the checkered flag in the rain postponed Sprint Cup race to automatically insure himself a spot in Round Three of the Chase.

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DOVER, Del.--Martin Truex Jr. dominated Sunday’s Dover Sprint Cup race as he led 187 laps of the 400-lap race. The win also assured him an automatic spot in Round Two of the Chase.

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LOUDON, N.H.--Kevin Harvick overtook Matt Kenseth with six laps to go after a late race restart, and then outraced him to the checkered flag in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race.

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JOLIET, Ill.--Martin Truex Jr. captured his third Cup win of the season by winning Sunday’s race in overtime.

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RICHMOND, Vir.--Denny Hamlin won Saturday night’s Richmond Sprint Cup race, that signaled the start for the 2016 Chase championship.

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DARLINGTON, S.C.--Martin Truex Jr. led 28 laps on the way to victory in Sunday’s Southern 500. The last 15 laps were spent holding off Kevin Harvick, who stayed within striking distance, but lost some of his earlier zip.