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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The #3 Returns to Victory Lane at Daytona

In an emotional finish, Austin Dillon returned the iconic 3 car to Victory Lane at Daytona, 20 years after Dale Earnhardt won his only Daytona 500.

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Truex Jr. Wins Again… Larson, Kenseth, and Others Eliminated

A lot of drivers are glad they aren’t in Kansas any more. A week after wrecks took out most of the competitors, a big wreck at the front of the field eliminated some top title contenders. And what the wreck didn’t end, the aftermath of the wreck ended the day for some others.

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Dale Jr. Takes on Kevin Harvick… Oh, and Kyle Larson Won Michigan, Too.

Yes, there was a race this weekend that had a most surprising finish but I will get to that in a little bit. Kevin Harvick and Dale Earnhardt Jr. have had a little back and forth this week, although not really talking to each other, more at each other. It all started with Earnhardt making some comments about the business side of NASCAR. Earnhardt thinks that the latest spate of driver changes is being at least partially fueled by economics. When you don’t have sponsors paying $20-30 million any more, you…

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