Contents of Denny Hamlin’s Apology Tweet (Plus Video Of Their Altercation)

Denny’s tweet: I’ve raced nearly 10,000 races since I was 7. Today was the first time I’ve ever spun the leader. I regret the outcome because it was not intentional the way it turned out but I’m responsible for my own car and take blame. Nothing I say now can turn back the clock but it’s a life lesson and hope no kids out there who aspire to race thinks that’s the way you would do it. It’s becoming a normal in our sport now and I hate that I’m…

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Jimmie Johnson Is Now a 7-Time Champ

It wasn’t looking good for Jimmie Johnson on Sunday. He had never won at the Homestead track and body alterations after tech inspection sent him to the rear of the field with the other 4 contenders starting in the top 15. It took a while, but Johnson eventually worked his way up to the top 10 but was never a serious challenge for the lead.

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Harvick, Darlington and Earnhardt, Jr.

What a weekend of racing. If you didn’t find anything to your liking, you need to start following a different sport. Let’s stay with the Cup series here. The Southern 500 is one of NASCAR’s best and oldest races. It hasn’t changed its name to be the Sponsor Here Southern 500 or anything like that. It is still just the Southern 500 and we are all happier and the better for it.

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Three Lessons From the Tony Stewart-Kevin Ward Tragedy

Most of the racing world now knows that sprint car driver Kevin Ward, Jr. was killed after being hit by Tony Stewart’s car during a race this past weekend at New York’s Canandaigua Motorsports Park. Volumes will be written about this incident for months to come, but a few lessons are already evident.

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