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Kyle Larson Makes It Three In A Row At Michigan
  Pure Michigan 400
Kyle Larson steamed to his third victory of the season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday, making a bold move in an overtime restart for his third straight Michigan International Speedway win. Larson led only the last two laps of the 202-lap event in the Chip Ganassi Racing No. 42 Chevrolet, diving past Martin Truex Jr. in a major jumble near the front of the pack on the final green-flag stint. His third win on the 2-mile track was the fourth of his career in NASCAR’s top division.
Sam Hornish, Jr. Wins at Mid-Ohio
  NASCAR XFINITY Series Mid-Ohio Challenge
Sam Hornish Jr. dominated Saturday's NASCAR XFINITY Series Mid-Ohio Challenge, but his victory was anything but certain until the waning laps of a caution-filled race.Hornish, driving Team Penske's No. 22 Ford Mustang, earlier had eclipsed his own qualifying record at the 13-turn, 2.258-mile Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, and edged series rookie Daniel Hemric by 1.335 seconds when the event ultimately went green for the final time with five circuits remaining in the 75-lap distance. 
Darrell Wallace, Jr. Returns To Victory Lane at Michigan
  NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
In his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in nearly three years, Darrell "Bubba" Wallace, Jr. made his triumphant return to the racetrack and held off no less a driver than Kyle Busch over the final 11 laps to score is sixth-career truck series victory and his first ever at the two-mile Michigan International Speedway.
Q&A with Rick Hendrick and new #5 driver William Byron
  After this morning's announcement
William Byron And Rick Hendrick Met With The Media This Afternoon By Virtue Of A Teleconference Discussion This Morning's Announcement That William Byron Will Be Piloting The No. 5 Chevrolet In 2018 For Hendrick Motorsports
Truex Jr. sips fuel to beat Kenseth at The Glen
  Playoff pressure builds

New Jersey Native Martin Truex Jr. won Sunday at Watkins Glen in the I Love New York 355. A tight finish saw Brad Keselowski and Ryan Blaney run out of fuel when it counted. That set the stage for Truex Jr. to fight off Matt Kenseth for the win. Truex Jr. claimed his first career win at Watkins Glen. He continues to dominate the NASCAR Cup standings with a 16-playoff-point lead over Jimmy Johnson in second.

Busch wins pole for the I Love NY 355 at the Glen
  Looks to sweep weekend at Watkins Glen

Kyle Busch looks to sweep the Watkins Glen weekend after winning the pole for the I Love New York 355 NASCAR Monster Cup race at the Glen in his #18 Toyota. Kyle Larson will start alongside in his #42 Chevy. Martin Truex Jr.'s #78 Toyota and Chase Elliott's #24 Chevy lead row 2 while Daniel Saurez rounds out the top-5 in his #19 Toyota.

Busch scores XFINITY victory at Watkins Glen
  by Brian Carroccio

Kyle Busch edged Joey Logano by just over a second to win today's 23rd Annual Zippo 200 at The Glen. It was the 90th career NASCR Xfinity Series and 177th NASCAR touring series victory for the driver of the No. 18 NOS Rowdy Toyota. The win was also the first Xfinity Series win at Watkins Glen for Joe Gibbs Racing. Brad Keselowski came home third with Justin Allgaier and Paul Menard rounding out the top-five. 

Logano wins Xfinity pole at The Glen
  Kyle Busch to start 2nd

Joey Logano will aim for his third consecutive Xfinity Series victory from the pole position at Watkins Glen International. The Team Penske driver turned a 124.185-mph lap Saturday to pace qualifying for the race, which is at 2 p.m. on NBCSN. Kyle Busch was second, followed by Kyle Larson, Paul Menard and Brad Keselowski.

Kyle Busch Scores First Cup Series Victory of the Season
  First-Career Pocono Raceway Victory
Kyle Busch finally broke through for his first Pocono Raceway victory in Sunday's Overton's 400 - snapping a 36-race winless streak and giving Toyota their 100th Cup Series victory. Benefitting from a splendid pit call by crew chief Adam Stevens, Busch charged through the field after his final stop and pulled away to beat runner-up Kevin Harvick to the finish line by a whopping 6.178 seconds.
Earnhardt, Jr. Reflects On Talking Racing With His Dad
  by Pete McCole
It certain hasn't been easy for Dale Earnhardt, Jr. to live in the shadow of his famous seven-time championship-winning father, but it turns out it wasn't easy for Junior just to talk to his dad - especially about anything related to racing. Talking to the media leading up to making his final Pocono start on Sunday, Earnhardt, Jr. revealed that he and his dad didn't get a lot of time to talk about racing at all, including whenever the elder Earnhardt had a bad day at the track.
Ryan Preece A First-Time Winner in Xfinity Series
  U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway
Ryan Preece's short-lived, but ambitious 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule began three weeks ago at his de facto home track, New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It ended Saturday in the U.S. Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway - as confetti swirled and soared to highlight his first career series triumph in Victory Lane after holding off teammate Kyle Benjamin in a thrilling green-white-checkered finish.
Christopher Bell Notches First-Career Pocono Victory
  NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Christopher Bell came out on top of a three-way battle for lead to score his first Pocono Raceway victory in Saturday's Overton's 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, beating out John Hunter Nemechek and Ben Rhodes to notch his fourth Truck Series win of the season.

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