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Entry lists for NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Truck Series at Atlanta
There are 36 cars on the initial entry list for the Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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Darrell Wallace Jr. picks up sponsor for Atlanta Cup race
The NASCAR Racing Experience, operated by Driving 101, will be on the No. 43 this weekend.
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Overlooked stories from the Daytona 500
Drivers like Justin Marks and D.J. Kennington earned career-best results in Sunday's Daytona 500.
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Social Roundup: The day after the Daytona 500
Austin Dillon's No. 3 car has been installed at the Daytona International Speedway museum.
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Déjà vu: Lucky penny once again rides with the No. 3 to Daytona 500 victory
Like Dale Earnhardt 20 years ago, a lucky penny was with Austin Dillon as he won the Daytona 500.
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Past, present join for thrilling Daytona 500
The 1-2 finish by the No. 3 and No. 43 cars marked the first time both had placed that way in a Cup race since 1987.
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NASCAR kicks off new season in fine fashion
NASCAR has kicked off its 2018 season in fine fashion, including a win from Austin Dillon and some post-race sparks between Bubba Wallace and Denny Hamlin.
Daytona 500 filled with last-lap controversy
Austin Dillon brought the famous No. 3 car back to victory lane at Daytona, but his win didn't come without controversy.
Dillon defends last-lap racing vs. Almirola
Austin Dillon talks about winning the Daytona 500 two decades after Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s trip to victory lane and defends racing Aric Almirola in the final lap.
Dillon's Daytona win has storybook feel for RCR
Richard Childress tells the tale of Austin Dillon standing atop of the Daytona 500 trophy 20 years ago after Dale Earnhardt Sr.'s win and talks about the team coming full circle with Dillon's 2018 win.
Keeping pace with ‘The King’? Hard to do after second at Daytona
Richard Petty revels in Bubba Wallace's second-place finish in the Great American Race.
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Late Daytona wreck keeps Martin Truex Jr. from picking up where he left off last season
Truex was running second with seven laps to go before a late wreck left him with an 18th-place finish in the Daytona 500.
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Social Roundup: NASCAR community congratulates Austin Dillon on Daytona 500 win
Austin Dillon won his second Cup Series race Sunday in the "Great American Race."
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What drivers said after Sunday’s 2018 season-opening Daytona 500
Several drivers with high hopes failed to make it to the end of Sunday's race due to crashes.
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Aric Almirola ‘devastated’ to lose Daytona 500, defends Austin Dillon’s last-lap racing
Aric Almirola finished 11th following a crash after leading the Daytona 500 at the white flag.
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Bubba Wallace in tears after runner-up finish
The Richard Petty Motorsports driver was overcome with emotion at his family's support after a career-best second in the Daytona 500.
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Darrell Wallace Jr. snipes at Denny Hamlin after contact
Darrell Wallace tells Fox Sporits that Denny Hamlin 'might need to take some Adderall for that one.'
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UPDATED: NASCAR Cup points standings after season-opening Daytona 500
Daytona 500 winner Austin Dillon trails Ryan Blaney in the standings after the Daytona 500.
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Full results from season-opening Daytona 500; Austin Dillon wins
Bubba Wallace beat Denny Hamlin to the finish line by less than a couple inches to capture the runner-up spot.
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Dillon dedicates Daytona 500 win to Dale Sr.
A very grateful Austin Dillon dedicated his Daytona 500 win to Dale Earnhardt Sr. who won the Daytona 500 20 years ago.
Austin Dillon wins the 60th Daytona 500
Austin Dillon crosses the checkered line to win the Daytona 500 after Aric Almirola crashes on the final lap.
Kurt Busch wrecks with just two laps to go
Kurt Busch was in second when it appeared he lost air off the rear of his car and began to spin. The wreck also caught Ryan Newman, Matt DiBenedetto, Alex Bowman, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Brendan Gaughan and...
Austin Dillon wins 60th Daytona 500
Austin Dillon won the Daytona 500 over Darrell Wallace Jr. and Denny Hamlin.
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Yet another big wreck with 2 laps left sends Daytona 500 into overtime
Kurt Busch and several other drivers were going for the lead when they were involved in a big wreck 2 laps from the scheduled finish of the Daytona 500.
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Danica Patrick’s final NASCAR race ends with a wreck, not a win
Danica Patrick ends her NASCAR Cup career with 191 starts, but zero victories.
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Crash collects Elliott, Keselowski, Danica, Kahne
With 19 laps to go in Stage 2, Brad Keselowski hits the bumper of Chase Elliott causing a crash that includes, Kasey Kahne, Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick in her final NASCAR race.
Erik Jones wrecks on final lap of Stage 1
After an incredible save by Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Erik Jones is unable to do the same causing a crash, including Jimmie Johnson, Daniel Suarez and more.
Another big one at Daytona: Chase Elliott, Danica out of race; several others involved
Danica Patrick's last race of her NASCAR career comes to a premature end.
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Stage 1 of Daytona 500 ends with crash; Jimmie Johnson, Erik Jones and more eliminated
The crash also involved William Byron, Kyle Larson and Ty Dillon.
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Kyle Busch suffers tire failure, hits wall, finishes 25th in Daytona 500
Busch suffers second apparent tire failure of race.
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Bubba Wallace gets pre-race good luck call from baseball legend Hank Aaron
Bubba Wallace gets an inspirational message of good luck from the Baseball Hall of Famer
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Dale Jr.: 'Drivers start your engines'
Grand Marshal Dale Earnhardt Jr. gets the drivers ready for the start of the Daytona 500.
Brad Keselowski’s dog lost and found prior to Daytona 500
The family dog, Tess, was found about an hour before the start of the Daytona 500
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Matt Kenseth isn’t racing Daytona, but he still is trolling on Twitter
The two-time Daytona 500 champion posted another update from the slopes.
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Daytona 500 team rosters: See who is working the year’s biggest race
Cup teams are allowed 12 road crew members weekly and five on the pit crew.
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The ‘little hints’ that helped put Chase Elliott in the No. 9 this season
A few well-timed emojis sent to team owner Rick Hendrick helped make the case for Hendrick Motorsports' number swap for 2018.
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Staff picks for today’s Daytona 500
Here is who the NBC Sports writers are picking to win the opening race of the season.
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Formula 1 champion wishes Darrell Wallace Jr. good luck in Daytona 500
Lewis Hamilton sends a tweet to Darrell Wallace Jr. on Sunday morning.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. back at Daytona but enjoying life not in the car
For the first time since 1999, the Daytona 500 will run without Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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After ‘rough year,’ Rick Hendrick seeks to change fortunes with new approach
Hendrick Motorsports has made a number of changes since last season, including how all four teams work together.
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Daytona 500 start time, TV/Radio, starting lineup and more
Green flag for the 60th Daytona 500 is set for 3:05 p.m. ET on Fox.
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Mother’s tears a celebration of a journey more than a decade in the making
Garrett Smithley's career-high fifth-place finish in Saturday's Xfinity Series race led to a family celebration on pit road.
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Race results, point standings after Xfinity Series opener at Daytona
Tyler Reddick won in his first start with JR Motorsports. He leads Elliott Sadler in the standings by nine points.
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Reddick wins Xfinity race at Daytona by a nose
Tyler Reddick edged out Elliott Sadler to win the Xfinity race at Daytona in a photo finish after a record five restarts in overtime.
Reddick wins Xfinity opener at Daytona in OT
Tyler Reddick beat teammate Elliott Sadler in the closest finish in national NASCAR series history.
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Barney Visser back at track, still recovering from heart ailment
Barney Visser missed the last two race weekends of 2017 after undergoing bypass surgery.
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Bubba Wallace fastest in last Daytona practice
Darrell Wallace Jr. put down a top speed of 196.954 mph in Saturday's session.
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Two drivers sent to rear of Xfinity race for postqualifying failures
The Chevrolets of Matt Tifft and Josh Williams failed postqualifying height regulations.
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Daniel Hemric wins pole for today’s Xfinity race at Daytona
Richard Childress Racing drivers take two of the top three spots.
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Four Cup teams penalized practice time
Jimmie Johnson among those who will miss a portion of the final Cup practice.
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