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NASCAR

  1. Clint Bowyer's team escaped a pit road penalty and he advanced to the third round via six points on Sunday.
  2. Chase Elliott continued his good form in NASCAR, winning the Hollywood Casino 400.
  3. Team Penske duo had won four of six races entering Kansas but fail to advance in the playoffs.
  4. Caption Close Chase Elliott won at Kansas Speedway on Sunday for his second victory in three races, cementing himself as a championship threat late in a season in which mighty Hendrick Motorsports has lagged. Elliott needed 98 career starts before he figured out how to close out a win. The breakthrough
  5. Through the Kansas Cup field in the drivers own words.
  6. Chase Elliott claimed his third NASCAR Cup win of the season in Kansas, as third place finisher Kyle Larson just missed out on a place in the Round of 8
  7. Stewart-Haas Racing placed all four of its Ford-backed teams in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup playoffs round of eight, which includes the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on Nov. 4. Aric Almirola, Clint Bowyer, Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick all secured their spots in the next round by avoiding disaster
  8. KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Chase Elliott first had to figure out how to win at NASCAR's top level. Now that he's got that handled, the son of 1988 champion Bill Elliott is chasing a title of his own. Elliott won at Kansas Speedway on Sunday for his second victory in three races, cementing himself as
  9. Larson needed to win to make it into the third round and was frantically chasing Elliott in the closing laps but settled for third. He was docked 10 points by NASCAR earlier this week for an infraction at Talladega, his team lost two appeals of the penalty and he was in a must-win situation at Kansas
  10. Kyle Larson came up just short of winning at Kansas Speedway to keep his championship hopes alive, but finished third to race winner Chase Elliott and Kyle Busch.