Chase Elliott Wins Late One At Rain-Delayed Nashville Superspeedway

Clean air and patience were the name of the game at Nashville on Sunday and Chase Elliott was both. For fans, patience was tried as the race was delayed for weather twice for lightning and rain with the second delay lasting over 2 hours. If you were able to stay awake, kudos to you.

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At Sonoma, Daniel Suarez Gets His First Cup Win

The race at Sonoma could have ended a lot differently than it did. But trouble found both of the early frontrunners and opened the door for Daniel Suarez to grab his first ever Cup win.

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Denny Hamlin Ends Up A Surprise Winner In Coca-Cola 600

This was the weekend that racing enthusiasts salivate over. First it was the Indy 500 with a huge crowd to watch a spectacular race won by Marcus Ericsson. Ericsson is an F1 transfer that never saw the podium in his career.

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Kurt Busch Takes Tough Kansas Victory

While other drivers were dealing with issues during the race from flat tires to pit road issues, Kurt Busch drove about as hard as he could with no mistakes to take home the win for 23XI Racing. And to top it off, he broke the season long jinx of no Stage 2 winner coming out on top.

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Denny Hamlin Leaves ‘Dega With a Show of Bad Judgement

After running out of gas near the end of the race, Denny Hamlin finished 18th. In many ways, he is lucky that is as bad as it got after posting a racial slur meme aimed at Kyle Larson. Hamlin is lucky he hasn’t been suspended from NASCAR the way Larson was for his racial slur during a 2020 virtual racing event. Larson also lost his job at Ganassi Racing for that slur.

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Kyle Busch Surprises With Bristol Dirt Race Win

Kyle Busch was not supposed to win this one. This was shaping up to be a battle between Tyler Reddick and Chase Briscoe, or one of several other drivers under the age of 30. If a veteran was going to win, it was going to be Joey Logano at the ripe old age of 31.

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William Byron Nabs Second Win at Martinsville Snooze-fest

One of the things NASCAR has gone all in on is the excitement that normally comes with short track and road course racing. Fans have been screaming for more short track racing. They cry that mile and a half cookie cutter tracks are “boring”. What NASCAR wasn’t expecting were long green flag racing at two short tracks that usually produce some quality side by side, fender rubbing, wrecking kind of racing.

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NASCAR’s “Old Guys” Rule At Richmond

With the laps winding down, it looked like William Byron was going to win his second race of the year and extend the number of races won by drivers under 30 years of age. Stage 2 winner Martin Truex, Jr. had made his bid to close on young Byron but his tires were giving out, lapped traffic cane into play and he couldn’t get any closer than 2 seconds behind.

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Ross Chastain Wins at COTA Out of One Heck of a Finish

Ross Chastain continued an incredible 2022 as the third driver to become a first time winner this season. In a race that saw plenty of drama, Chastain steadily climbed through the field and wound up in an epic battle for the lead between himself and three other drivers during the final laps;  Allmendinger, Bowman, and Reddick.

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