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  1. Iowa Speedway produces the type of racing the Cup Series desperately needs more of. But the time has come and gone for the track to get a Cup race.
  2. Larson answered a fan question about his favorite NFL team in an impromptu Twitter Q&A.
  3. Five Monster Energy Series drivers and three NASCAR Next prospects are entered in Saturday’s NASCAR K&N Pro Series West event at Sonoma Raceway. RELATED: Entry list Sonoma schedule A total of 31 cars are on the preliminary entry list, revealed Monday ahead of the Carneros 250. Two drivers are still to
  4. The Cup Series holds its first of three road course races this weekend at Sonoma Raceway.
  5. Iowa Speedway produces the type of racing the Cup Series desperately needs more of. But the time has come and gone for the track to get a Cup race.
  6. HERMON, Maine — D.J. Shaw of Center Conway, New Hampshire, took the lead a lap before the halfway point on Sunday afternoon and drove to victory in the 150-lap Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model feature at Speedway 95. Shaw had charged back into contention aboard the Precision JLM 60 after restarting
  7. Jayski.com Staff DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (June 13, 2018) - Normally, drivers strive to "keep it straight" at Daytona International Speedway, a 2.5-mile high-banked high-speed tri-oval where control is essential. Wednesday was somewhat different for Erik Jones. Control was a relative term. Jones
  8. 1. Johnny Sauter, 324 2. Noah Gragson, 283 3. Ben Rhodes, 136 4. Brett Moffitt, 133 5. Kyle Busch, 123 6. Stewart Friesen, 105 7. John Hunter Nemechek, 80 8. Kyle Benjamin, 74 9. Todd Gilliland, 62 10. Matt Crafton, 35 11. Harrison Burton, 30 11. David Gilliland, 30 13. Justin Haley, 16 14. Grant Enfinger
  9. 1. Chevrolet, 370 (5) 2. Toyota, 369 (5) 3. Ford, 308
  10. 1. Kevin Harvick, 994 2. Kyle Busch, 897 3. Ryan Blaney, 444 4. Kyle Larson, 362 5. Martin Truex Jr., 325 6. Clint Bowyer, 308 7. Kurt Busch, 273 8. Brad Keselowski, 262 9. Denny Hamlin, 242 10. Joey Logano, 220 11. Erik Jones, 75 12. Alex Bowman, 74 13. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 64 14. Ryan Newman, 40 15