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Moffitt wins Trucks race with last-lap pass

Brett Moffitt, making his fourth NASCAR Truck Series start this year in the No. 11 Toyota, took the lead on the final lap to edge Timothy Peters and William Byron at Michigan on Saturday.

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Greg Biffle and Kasey Kahne ready to dump the slump

Both Kasey Kahne and Greg Biffle have earned reputations as Chase drivers, but both have been mired in slumps for much of the year. That doesn't mean they won't look for a late surge.

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4dBob Pockrass

Dale Jr. to miss at least two additional races

Alex Bowman will fill in for Dale Earnhardt Jr. this weekend at Michigan International Speedway and Jeff Gordon will replace him Labor Day weekend at Darlington Raceway.

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2dBob Pockrass

Stewart appeals insurance ruling in Ward case

Tony Stewart will appeal a ruling that his insurance company doesn't have to cover legal costs and claims by the family of Kevin Ward Jr. against the NASCAR driver.

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Power Rankings: Kevin Harvick brings back memories

It had been a long time since Busch beer had visited Victory Lane. Putting the old brand back there was enough to make Ryan McGee nostalgic, and put Harvick atop the Sprint Cup Power Rankings.

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6dBob Pockrass

Rundown: Big days at Bristol

Austin Dillon and Chris Buescher made big moves at Bristol to get some breathing room on the Chase bubble. Bob Pockrass writes about that and more in the Monday Rundown.

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7dBob Pockrass

Kevin Harvick's Bristol win gives him more swagger

It may not have been the typical Bristol night race, but Kevin Harvick felt just as good after winning the rain-delayed event late Sunday afternoon, writes Bob Pockrass.

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Sprint Cup standings

Kevin Harvick added his second win of the season Sunday at Bristol and extended his overall points lead in the process.

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9dMatthew Willis

DFS NASCAR: Top drivers at Bristol

Matt Willis provides his picks for this weekend's race in Bristol, with all of the top-value drivers to use in daily fantasy.

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Austin Dillon on the grooves at Bristol (0:46)
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Turn 4: Who has the best shot to win at Bristol?

Who has best shot to win a career sixth Cup race at Bristol? Which style of NASCAR racing do you enjoy most? Xfinity race in the rain good for business? Our crew delves into that and much more.

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11dBob Pockrass

Breaking down the Chase scenarios with four weeks to go

When Chris Buescher won at Pocono, he hadn't led a lap in another race all season. Now who can and can't jump into the Chase depends a lot on Buescher. Let's look at the scenarios.

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Ranking throwback paint schemes we'd like to see

As teams continue to unveil their Darlington throwback paint schemes, we revisit an idea from last year -- looking at the paint schemes that we'd love to see (but probably won't).

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16dBob Pockrass

Tony Stewart has confidence of 2011 for one last chase

With retirement in site, Tony Stewart is running as well as he has all season, which has some thinking he could crescendo like he did in 2011 when he won a title. But does he buy it?

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Turn 4: Time to add another road course?

Another road course? Should NASCAR police the wild burnouts by the winner? Will veteran driver Denny Hamlin win a championship? Our crew delves into that and much more.

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13dBob Pockrass

Stenhouse Jr. will honor Clauson at Bristol

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was able to pay tribute to friend Bryan Clauson last week, and he will get to pay tribute again to his friend this week in a stock car Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway.

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Clauson, 27, dies following midget car accident

Bryan Clauson died Sunday night from injuries suffered in a crash during a midget car race Saturday night at the Belleville (Kansas) High Banks. He was 27.

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Rundown: Furniture Row Racing ups the ante

It wasn't a perfect weekend for Furniture Row Racing; Martin Truex Jr.'s last-lap spin saw to that. But it was still a good one. Bob Pockrass writes about that and more in the Monday Rundown.

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21dJohn Oreovicz

Denny Hamlin picks up Watkins Glen win as others falter

Denny Hamlin won his first Sprint Cup race on a road course, rolling to victory Sunday at Watkins Glen. Even better, he kept his head when so many others didn't, writes John Oreovicz.

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Rising star Jones to race in Sprint Cup in 2017

Furniture Row Racing announced Sunday that it was adding a second car to its Sprint Cup lineup, to be driven next season by Xfinity rookie Erik Jones.

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Jay Adamczyk Jayski.com 

halfway thru (100/200 laps) the Pure Michigan 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway. #48-Johnson leads the race followed by #24-Elliott, #42-Larson, #4-Harvick, #5-Kahne, #21-Blaney, #11-Hamlin, #78-Truex Jr., #22-Logano and #2-Keselowski. #88-Bowman, subbing for Dale Earnhardt Jr., had an ignition problem, the team fixed it, but he is running 39th, down 4 laps. #18-Busch spun early in the race and is down a lap in 20th. #34-Buescher had engine problems early and is running 40th/last, down 5 laps.

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Hendrick Motorsports teammates Jimmie Johnson and Chase Elliott are 1-2 midway through the Sprint Cup race at Michigan. Drivers with Hendrick engines have five of the first six spots with 100 laps remaining.