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Austin Theriault not medically cleared by NASCAR to race at Kansas
Austin Theriault has not been medically cleared by NASCAR to race after being in a wreck in the Talladega Cup race.
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Updated entry lists for Kansas Speedway’s playoff weekend
Forty cars are entered for Sunday's Cup Series race.
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Harrison Burton to drive Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 20 Xfinity car full-time next year
Harrison Burton will take the place of Christopher Bell in the No. 20 Xfinity car next season.
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JTG Daugherty Racing’s No. 47 hauler experiences fire on way to Kansas
Team owner Tad Geschickter said in a statement its hauler drivers are 'okay.'
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Report: Former NASCAR truck owner found dead in Ohio River
Lonnie Troxell's teams ran 75 races in what was then the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series from 2000-05.
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Kaulig Racing hauler involved in accident on way to Kansas Speedway
Team president Chris Rice said in a statement that the hauler's two drivers were alert and had been transported to a hospital for evaluation.
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JJ gives update on career, doesn't see end date
Jimmie Johnson doesn't have an end in sight to his career and says it's really about the fire inside of him, which he says is as "intense as ever."
JJ on crew chiefs: 'That bond is everything'
Jimmie Johnson is on a mission to re-create the relationship he had with Chad Knaus and he believes the "opportunity for greatness is there" with new crew chief Cliff Daniels.
Johnson on Stenhouse Jr: 'Ricky's a great talent'
Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Petty are both looking forward to seeing how Ricky Stenhouse Jr. can perform at JTG Daugherty Racing and agree that he needs someone to corral and focus his talent.
Silly Season scorecard: Ricky Stenhouse Jr. finds new home in JTG Daugherty Racing
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. joins JTG Daugherty Racing in a multi-year deal.
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NASCAR America presents MotorMouths at 5 p.m. ET with Jimmie Johnson
Marty Snider, Kyle Petty and seven-time Cup champion Jimmie Johnson discuss this week's storyline and take fan phone calls.
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Tanner Gray to make Truck Series debut at Martinsville
Tanner Gray will compete for DGR-Crosley in the final three Truck Series races this year.
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'Dega showcases what fans have been missing
This year returned to the glory days on NASCAR's biggest, fastest tracks; also why the yellow-line non-call didn't feel right; the good, bad and ugly of manufacturer ties; and Ryan Blaney's breakthrough.
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Goodyear tire info for Kansas Speedway
Cup teams will have a new left-side tire code for Kansas. Xfinity teams will have new right and left-side tire codes.
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Power Rankings: Denny Hamlin returns to No. 1
Denny Hamlin survived the Talladega chaos to return to the No. 1 spot.
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Bump and Run: Should NASCAR ditch the yellow line rule?
The NBC Sports writers also discuss manufacturers dictating strategy at Talladega and Daytona.
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Drivers under pressure at Kansas Speedway
Dave Burns and Nate Ryan get ready for the final race in the Round of 12 at Kansas Speedway. Who is under the most pressure and is Ryan Blaney now a championship contender after his win at Talladega?
Ross Chastain to race full-time for Kaulig Racing next season
Ross Chastain will drive the No. 10 Chevrolet full-time in 2020, joining Justin Haley in the No. 11 Chevrolet.
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Jeb Burton to compete in Truck Series race at Martinsville with Niece Motorsports
Jeb Burton will drive the No. 44 Chevrolet for Niece Motorsports.
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Was 'double yellow line' rule consistent at 'Dega?
Dave Burns, Nate Ryan analyze if NASCAR was consistent regarding the "double yellow line" rule and look at the changes in blocking due to the new rules package.
Where Cup playoff drivers stand heading to Kansas
Ryan Blaney's win dramatically altered the playoff picture entering this weekend's elimination race.
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NASCAR executive explains yellow line rulings at Talladega
Vice President of Competition Scott Miller told SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that if NASCAR didn't enforce the yellow line rule "there'd be even more mayhem more than likely."
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Talladega winners and losers
Ryan Blaney was celebrating after Talladega but others also felt good after completing 500 miles.
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Hey Mom, Dad? Can I still drive in the Daytona 500?
Brendan Gaughan jokes he might need the permission of his parents to run in next year's Daytona 500 after flipping at Talladega.
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Despite being 18 points above cutoff, Joey Logano in ‘not a very comfortable situation’
Joey Logano believes he and his team "control our destiny" heading into the second elimination race.
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Playoff hopes for all three Hendrick Motorsports teams take big hit
Chase Elliott, Alex Bowman and William Byron are essentially in a must-win situation this coming weekend at Kansas Speedway.
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Logano relieved to finish chaotic Talladega
Joey Logano came off a late crash to finish 11th at Talladega, but the No. 22 car has wiggle room going into Kansas.
Chase Elliott 'glad we survived' after Talladega
Chase Elliott finished 8th at Talladega after a Stage 2 wreck threw him and his team for a loop, but now the No. 9 car is focused on Kansas.
What Cup drivers said after Talladega
Read driver thoughts after the second race of the Round of 12.
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Results, playoff standings after Talladega Cup race
Ryan Blaney earned his first win of the season, edging out Ryan Newman.
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Extended Highlights: Ryan Blaney wins at 'Dega
Ryan Blaney won a chaotic Cup Series playoff race at Talladega with a photo-finish to move on to the Round of 8.
Victory for Blaney was 'special,' emotional
Ryan Blaney talks about coming to Talladega as a kid, watching his dad race, and his reactions to winning his first race of the year, punching his ticket into the next round of the NASCAR playoff race.
Newman 'proud of team' after finish at 'Dega
Ryan Newman was out of contention for the NASCAR playoffs, but he said he and his team wanted to give everything they had at Talladega.
Hamlin explains his Talladega 'chess match'
Denny Hamlin details how crashes and cautions turned Talladega into a chess match for his team.
Blaney 'pumped up' after photo-finish victory
Ryan Blaney discusses the chaos that ensued at Talladega, and what led to his historic victory in one of the craziest finishes in NASCAR history.
Blaney wins at 'Dega in unbelievable photo finish
Ryan Blaney edges out Ryan Newman to win the 2019 1000Bulbs.com 500 in the sixth-closest finish in NASCAR history.
Ryan Blaney wins Cup race at Talladega in photo finish over Ryan Newman
Ryan Blaney beat Ryan Newman in a photo finish to cap off a two-lap shootout.
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Gaughan flips in major crash late at 'Dega
With less than 10 laps to go in the 2019 1000Bulbs.com 500, a major crash ended the chances for many NASCAR drivers, including Brendan Gaughan, when his car flipped in the air.
Huge wreck collects leaders with 7 laps left at Talladega
The wreck involved multiple playoff drivers and saw Brendan Gaughan flip once in the air.
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Logano bumps into Ragan in Talladega crash
Joey Logano was running second and crashed at Talladega, but after some duct tape, was able to return to the 2019 1000Bulbs.com 500.
Bowyer spins out with 35 laps left at Talladega
NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer continues to have a rough day as he spins off of the track and struggles to get out with only 35 laps left in a crucial playoff race at Talladega.
Joey Logano, William Byron among drivers in wreck with 24 laps left at Talladega
The wreck occurred with Joey Logano and William Byron running in the top five. Byron was eliminated.
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Alex Bowman spins out causing crash at Talladega
Alex Bowman spins out late in Stage 2 at Talladega, causing a major crash that takes a number of Cup Series playoff drivers out of the race.
Multiple playoff drivers involved in late Stage 2 crash at Talladega
The wreck occurred with four laps left in the second stage.
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Beyond the Driver: Brad Keselowski
From his childhood days growing up, sneaking into garages and trying to get his hands on race cars, there is one man who has been there with Brad Keselowski from the very beginning.
Kansas hosts NASCAR playoffs Sunday on NBC
The NASCAR Cup Series heads to Kansas Speedway Sunday, as four more drivers face playoff elimination at 2:30 ET on NBC.
Cup playoff race at Talladega to resume at 2 p.m. ET Monday on NBCSN
William Byron was leading when rain stopped the race Sunday.
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Rain postpones Cup race at Talladega until Monday at 2 p.m. ET on NBCSN
The Cup Series playoff race at Talladega will resume on Lap 58 at 2 p.m. ET Monday.
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Childress' tribute to Dale Earnhardt at Talladega
Richard Childress takes the car Dale Earnhardt drove in his final win for a spin around the track during the pace laps at Talladega.
NASCAR drivers should be focused on team orders
Drivers like Ryan Newman are constantly facing order from both their team and manufacturers. Who should they listen to?