Kenseth Wins at Phoenix, Championship Contenders Are Set

Phoenix turns out to be aptly named as Matt Kenseth rose from the ashes of his 2017 campaign with a very popular win. Considering all he has been through this season, Kenseth was rightly emotional after he took the checkered flag. The past champion was true to form as he thanked JGR and his sponsors and wished his wife and kids were with him. The driver that no one wants to give a ride for 2018 showed everyone that he still feels like he has something left to give. Earlier…

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Harvick gets First Win at Texas and Advances

Kevin Harvick showed everyone why he is called The Closer. Just when it looked like Martin Truex, Jr was going to bring home his first Texas win, Harvick was the model of consistency and ran Truex down, passing him on his way to his first ever win at Texas. Harvick joins Kyle Busch and Truex as three of the four drivers to compete for the championship at Homestead.

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Kyle Busch Wins a Tough, Wild Martinsville Race

Remember when the racing at Bristol was more like it is at Martinsville? We could rely on at least a few races each year where it was short track heaven, rootin’ and gougin’ and chrome horn and you just loved it. Like Harvick said, “Bent fenders, hurt feelings… I love it.”

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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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Keselowski Stays in the Chase Hunt With Talladega Win

The race at Talladega wasn’t what you would call classic Talladega, but after a mild first 2 stages, the race got crazy at the end with multiple wrecks that left only 14 cars on the track at the finish.

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