Kyle Busch makes history with Charlotte win
Kyle Busch led 377 of 400 laps in a dominating Coca-Cola 600 run at Charlotte Motor Speedway and became the only driver in NASCAR's modern era to win a points race at every NASCAR track on the schedule.
Red-hot Harvick hits wall, done early in 600
This season's wins leader, Kevin Harvick, exited early after crashing into a wall on Lap 83 on Sunday in the Coca-Cola 600.
Busch finishes off dominant run at Charlotte
Kyle Busch leads 377 of 400 laps to win the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Denny Hamlin (left) and Martin Truex Jr., the third- and second-place finishers respectively, discuss how they were both chasing Kyle Busch. "We just didn't have the speed that the 18 did," said Hamlin.
Harvick's day in Charlotte ends early
Kevin Harvick doesn't last 100 laps at the Coca-Cola 600, hitting the wall on Lap 83.
Recording his first DNF this 2018 season at Charlotte, Kevin Harvick says the car "never gave any warning. ...It's one of those deals, you gotta take the good with the bad and this weekend was one of the bad ones."
Cup series points leader Kevin Harvick (green hat) is out of the 600 race, meaning he will not win his third straight points race and will not pull the Charlotte double by winning the All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600 in back-to-back weekends. You can smell the burning rubber a mere 15 feet from the No. 4 that's being worked on.
2018 Coca Cola 600 NASCAR Cup Paint Schemes
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With two career Cup wins at Charlotte, Martin Truex Jr. is hoping to add his second Cup victory of 2018.
Alex Bowman, driver of the No. 88 Chevy, will start his sixth career Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch, driver of the No. 18 Toyota, is seeking his first 600 win at Charlotte. He's 0-fer in 28 tries, but he does have 11 top-5 finishes. Charlotte Motor Speedway is the only track where Busch does not have a Cup win in his racing career.
NC State football coach Dave Doeren is an honorary race official for Sunday's NASCAR Cup race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Doeren admitted his racing knowledge is quite limited, but he's excited to be taking it all in. He also talked some Wolfpack football, noting that Ryan Finley is returning to the program and "Ryan wants to be the best QB in college football and feels like another year will help him do that. "
Roger Penske watches Will Power win the Indianapolis 500:
Jack Roush says of his election to the 2019 NASCAR Hall of Fame: "It's easily the biggest honor of my stock car racing career. " Among those who reached out to Roush to congratulate him includes Roush Fenway co-owner (and Red Sox owner) John Henry, members of the Ford family and "many others."
Danica Patrick exits the infield medical center after her crash in the Indianapolis 500.
Just before her final race, Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers are all smiles.
Danica Patrick climbs into her Indy 500 car for her final race:
Hanging out by the Danica Patrick car prior to the Indianapolis 500 ... Tony Eury Jr. — her first NASCAR crew chief — and Tony Eury Sr.
Indy 500 a fitting end to Danica's racing career
Danica Patrick sits down with Hannah Storm to talk about her career going full circle and what it means to race one last time at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Enjoying the spotlight: Arie Luyendyk Jr. (The Bachelor) is attending his 33rd Indy 500 — he raced in the 2006 event — and is here today with new fiancée Lauren Burnham.
A quick view of an Indianapolis 500 car, starting with the steering wheel:
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