Bowyer Wins Michigan as Stewart-Haas Racing Goes 1-2-3

Clint Bowyer got his second win of the season at the rain delayed and shortened Michigan race. It was not only a good day for Bowyer but for Stewart-Haas Racing as they took the top three positions with Kevin Harvick second and pole-sitter Kurt Busch, third. Aric Almirola finished 11th after starting 6th.  In fact, all four cars started the race in the top 12. That is a pretty impressive feat.

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Truex Wins at Pocono… Where are the Young Guns?

Did you see the finish at Pocono? Martin Truex, Jr. followed by Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick. That folks, is your leaderboard for the rest for the year. Busch, Harvick and Truex have won 11 of the 14 races this year, so all the talk about the young guns taking the Cup series by storm are, well, just rumors to this point. Let’s look at those young ‘uns: Kyle Larson – we’ll give him special props at this point for finishing 2nd and coming out of the final…

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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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It’s Bristol, Baby! Kyle Busch Wins Second Race in a Row

Kyle Busch won from the pole at the rain-delayed Bristol race but it wasn’t always a certain win.  Weather delayed the race a few times on Sunday before NASCAR pushed the race to Monday. Even on Monday the race start was delayed a little bit by light showers that kept popping up.

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Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series News and Notes from Bristol

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Next Race: Food City 500 The Place: Bristol Motor Speedway The Date: Sunday, April 15 The Time: 2 p.m. ET TV: FOX, 1:30 p.m. ET Radio: PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Distance: 266.5 miles (500 laps); Stage 1 (Ends on Lap 125), Stage 2 (Ends on Lap 250), Final Stage (Ends on Lap 500)

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