At Talladega, Joey Logano Snaps Winless Streak

If you saw the single file racing in the Xfinity race, you got to see a repeat of that in the Cup race. After a nasty multiple barrel roll wreck in practice by Jamie McMurray, NASCAR reduced the opening in the restrictor plate to slow the cars. What they couldn’t figure out is how much the teams would skew the cars to get the spoiler out of the air and make the cars more squirrely than ever.

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Kyle Busch Wins First Race of the 2018 Season at Texas

You knew it had to happen sooner than later. Kyle Busch has been running in the Top 5 all season with multiple runner up finishes. Few drivers win at Texas from the pole position so you knew he had a decent chance starting eighth. As expected, it was the Kevin Harvick and Kyle Bush show for much of the race. Polesittter Kurt Busch led 40 laps but could not keep up with Harvick or brother Kyle. Kurt went on to finish 7th giving Stewart-Haas racing another good day of Top…

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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series News and Notes for the Championship 4 Weekend at Homestead

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Next Race: Ford EcoBoost 200 The Place: Homestead-Miami Speedway The Date: Friday, Nov. 17 The Time: 8 p.m. ET TV: FS1, 7:30 p.m. ET Radio: MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Distance: 201 miles (134 laps); Stage 1 (Ends on lap 40), Stage 2 (Ends on lap 80), Final Stage (Ends on lap 134)

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Kyle Busch Wins a Laugher in Louden

Kyle Busch and Martin Truex, Jr led the way leading all but a single lap at New Hampshire Speedway in Louden. The wreck at then end of Stage 2 collected Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, Dale Earnhardt, Jr and Truex among others, set the final stage for Kyle Busch to build a comfortable lead and keep Truex from challenging him for the win. Truex rallied to finish 5th but Harvick and Kurt Busch went to the garage, thus ending their day.

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Denny Hamlin Wins the Southern 500 in Style

Denny Hamlin swept the weekend races at Darlington, coming from behind in both cases. In the Cup race, he had a strong car but Martin Truex, Jr once again looked like the class of the field after starting on the front row and winning both stages. And if you add to that the fact that Hamlin missed the entrance to pit road late in the race, well, you pretty much thought the race for him was over. But that’s where you’d be wrong.

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