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Starting lineup for Cup race at Richmond
Martin Truex Jr. and Chase Elliott will start on the front row of the Toyota Owners 400.
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Cole Custer wins pole for Xfinity race at Richmond
Cole Custer will start on the front row with Christopher Bell. Green flag is scheduled for 7:13 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1.
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Kyle Larson tops the field in Cup final practice
Kyle Larson posted the fastest lap in final practice while in race trim.
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Chase Elliott fastest in first Cup practice at Richmond
Elliott waited until the end of the first practice session before posting the fastest lap.
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NFL schedule reveals conflicts in some markets with NASCAR races
Cup races in September and October will face direct competition from NFL games in those markets those race weekends.
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Xfinity practice report at Richmond
JH Nemechek jumped to the top in final practice, while Christopher Bell and Cole Custer remained fast.
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Kyle Busch docked 15 minutes of practice at Richmond
Kyle Busch is the only driver who will be docked Cup practice Friday at Richmond.
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Denny Hamlin wins his Short Track Showdown at Langley
Denny Hamlin held off Kyle Busch to win Thursday night’s Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown charity race at Langley Speedway. The Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown is a 200-lap Late Model charity race...
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Friday 5: Could further limit on Cup drivers in Xfinity take place?
NASCAR's Steve O'Donnell: 'Our gut tells us that’s the direction we want to continue to go.'
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Friday schedule at Richmond Raceway
Xfinity Series races under the lights at Richmond.
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Dale Jr. and Kyle Busch on the start of their feud
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kyle Busch explain how their wreck at Richmond in 2008 was actually the culmination of a lot of other factors.
Dale Jr. to Busch: You've become more personable
Kyle Busch is a pretty polarizing figure in NASACR, but he impressed Dale Earnhardt Jr. with how much he's opened up to his fans in recent years.
Dale Jr. felt pressured to wreck Kyle Busch
Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about feeling pressure from his fans and himself to wreck Kyle Busch at Richmond when they returned in the fall.
Dale Jr. and Kyle Busch reflect on intense rivalry
Kyle Busch joins Dale Earnhardt Jr. to reflect on the early days of their heated racing rivalry.
90-year-old Hershel McGriff to compete in K&N Pro Series West race in Tucson
Hershel McGriff won four Cup races in 1954 and was selected as one of NASCAR's 50 greatest drivers in 1998.
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Gaunt Brothers Racing raises $12,000 in auction for Humboldt Broncos hood
A bus crash on April 6 killed 16 members of the minor league Canadian hockey team.
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NASCAR America Fantasy League: 10 Best at Richmond in last three years
Parity among teams makes season long sweeps hard to obtain, so it’s important to take a longer look at the statistics.
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Timothy Peters set for Cup debut at Talladega with Ricky Benton Racing
Timothy Peters will drive the No. 92 Ford in the April 29 race.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. on the lessons learned from hashing it out with Kyle Busch
'I thought (Busch) was a bad person,' but it was a bad assumption, the NBCSN analyst says on the NASCAR America Debrief podcast.
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Podcast: Front Row Motorsports explains how it improves with smaller budget, unique sponsor deals
Jerry Freeze, general manager of Front Row Motorsports, discusses lowering costs and giving sponsors more bang for their buck.
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August Cup race at Michigan to be called Consumers Energy 400
Consumers Energy, Michigan’s largest energy provider, will sponsor the Aug. 12 race.
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Weekend schedule at Richmond for Cup, Xfinity
Xfinity Series races Friday night and Cup Series races Saturday night.
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NASCAR America: Short tracks are Clint Bowyer’s favorites
Martinsville was great, but Bowyer is even more stoked about coming to the perfect-sized Richmond Raceway
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NASCAR America: Clint Bowyer’s parties are legendary
Demolition derbies, concerts, and unsuspected guests highlight Clint Bowyer’s parties.
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Did a demolition derby happen at a Bowyer party?
Clint Bowyer knows how to throw a party, but did a demolition derby, live concert and pizza party crasher really happen? Steve Letarte tries to guess.
Bowyer: Richmond is the perfect track
Clint Bowyer enjoys racing at Martinsville and Bristol, but he is excited for Richmond because it's the 'perfect-sized race track.'
NASCAR America at 5:30 p.m. ET: Clint Bowyer joins Dale Jr. at the Big Oak Table
Clint Bowyer puts his party knowledge to the test when he joins Junior on this week’s WednesDale edition NASCAR America.
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Bump & Run: Who will be next to challenge Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick?
NBC Sports staff examines who could be the next driver to go on a hot streak.
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Kyle Busch aims for three straight wins this weekend at Richmond
Kyle Busch hopes the third time to be as charming as the last two races.
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Suarez ready to add memories at Richmond
Daniel Suarez returns to a track where he finished seventh last fall.
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Ryan Preece refuses to be obstacle to his racing dreams
Ryan Preece's second Xfinity win will help pay off the debt he incurred from taking a risk on himself.
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NASCAR America: PJ1 ‘created a lot of options’ at Bristol
Landon Cassill and Parker Kligerman look at how the traction agent makes racing at Bristol "unpredictable."
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Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch discuss fallout of 2008 Richmond incident
Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kyle Busch discuss the death threats and on-track payback that resulted from their 2008 feud.
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Stenhouse: We 'overcame a lot' to finish fourth
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. discusses his "up and down" weekend at Bristol, explaining how he's proud that his team fought through damage and still had a chance to win.
NASCAR's 'sticky stuff' causes unpredictability
Landon Cassill joins the show to discuss how the PJ1 compound, aka "sticky stuff" caused a sense of unpredictability in the Food City 500.
Bristol, Martinsville tale of two short tracks
Bristol and Martinsville produced extremely varying levels of action.
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NASCAR America at 6 p.m. ET: Dale Jr. – Kyle Busch revisit 2008 feud, Fantasy update
See Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Kyle Busch discuss their infamous run-in at Richmond in 2008.
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NASCAR fines Cup crew chief for unsecured lug nut at Bristol
Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s crew chief, Brian Pattie, fined $10,000.
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Updated entry lists for NASCAR at Richmond Raceway
There are 38 entries for the Toyota Owners 400, including Daniel Hemric in his Cup debut.
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Roush Fenway Racing renews Ricky Stenhouse Jr. sponsors through 2021 (video)
Fastenal will continue as Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s main sponsor and has increased its number of races.
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Truck race will move to Thursday, Aug. 16 at Bristol Motor Speedway
Track will run its Cup-Xfinity-truck tripleheader on consecutive nights.
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NASCAR on Hamlin’s pit guns complaints
Steve O'Donnell says issues will be addressed but also questions postrace evaluations by drivers.
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Ford officially announces Mustang for Cup Series in 2019
The model will replace the Fusion next season.
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NASCAR America: Return of the bump-and-run at Bristol
Steve Letarte and Jeff Burton discuss their takeaways from a long weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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Hendrick Motorsports places two drivers in top five at Bristol
Jimmie Johnson and Alex Bowman scored their first top fives of the season in the Food City 500.
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Hamlin upset at having to use NASCAR's pit guns
After a 14th-place finish at Bristol, Denny Hamlin took issue with having to use NASCAR-issued pit guns.
Weekend takeaways from Food City 500 at Bristol
The NASCAR America analysts discuss the biggest takeaways from the weekend's Food City 500, including Daniel Suarez's performance with an injured thumb.
Breaking down Ryan Preece's future
Ryan Preece won at Bristol Motor Speedway in the Xfinity series, leading to questions of if he is ready for the Cup series now, and if not, when will he be.
Kyle Larson overcomes spin to finish second but seeks more at Bristol
Kyle Larson led a race-high 200 laps but was passed for the lead late by Kyle Busch.
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Darrell Wallace Jr. leads first laps of Cup career
Darrell Wallace Jr. led six laps in the Food City 500 before finishing 16th.
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