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Kyle Busch turned a lap of 138.130 mph on Friday to win the pole at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
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With eight races remaining before the cut-off, who will fill the final five spots in the 2014 Chase lineup? Aric Almirola's Daytona win was the first this year by a driver who has never previously made the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
U.S. Congressman Mike McIntyre welcomes six-time Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson to the Capitol for the inaugural meeting of the Congressional Motor Sports Caucus.
Tony Stewart: "There are tracks that I've been to that weren't my favorite tracks, but I still found a way to win there."
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Chief Meteorologist Mike Haddad is at the racetrack in Loudon ahead of Race Weekend for this week's Weather Wednesday.
WHERE HE STANDS: Jeff Gordon remained in first place for the fifth consecutive week after Daytona and for 11 of the last 12 weeks.
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Anyone who doubts that restrictor-plate racing tends to level the playing field in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series needs only to look at the race report for Sunday's rain-delayed Coke Zero 400.
One thing for sure, NASCAR has its share of comedian drivers who enjoy pranking one another and others while having a good time kidding around during interviews.
Anthony P. Borrello, 76, of Sheridan, NY, entered into Eternal Life to be with our Lord and his loving wife Gloria Borrello unexpectedly on July 4, 2014 at Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pa.
Winners at restrictor-plate tracks are pretty much the drivers who finish. The losers are the ones whose cars are unusable because of damage.
Tony Stewart was leading when the race's first major accident occurred Sunday. He wasn't happy with Ricky Stenhouse Jr., whose car got loose after being bumped from behind by Jeff Gordon.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:02 pm
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