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SC Featured: Driver Clauson's legacy lives on.

Nine months after Bryan Clauson was killed in a racing crash, his family meets the recipient of his donated heart: a 63-year-old Army war veteran.

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Former NASCAR driver Brett Bodine, whose first Cup race was at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 1986, takes us for a 110-mph lap in the Toyota Camry pace car. Amazing how you feel the bumps going that fast!

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NASCAR will add more liquid resin to the upper groove overnight at Charlotte Motor Speedway as it hopes to create enough grip that NASCAR Cup drivers will be able to use that lane to maintain speed or pass cars in the lower lane. Cup drivers who competed in the Xfinity race Saturday did not see considerable difference. Brad Keselowski: "A little bit -- it's better than nothing." Considering temperatures will be cooler for the race Sunday night, the the track could race much different than Saturday afternoon.

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Ryan Blaney and Dave Blaney became the first father-son combo to win an Xfinity Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway as Ryan won Saturday at Charlotte. Six father/son combinations have won the series. The others: Eanhardts (Dale/Dale Jr.), Elliotts (Bill/Chase), Hamilton (Bobby/Bobby Jr.), Labontes (Terry/Justin) and Pearson (David/Larry).

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After a second-place finish in the Xfinity race Saturday at Charlotte, Kevin Harvick said he felt he had more options throughout a run of what groove to drive. NASCAR had put some liquid resin in the upper grooves of the corners at Charlotte for additional grip to encourage drivers to try the upper lane.

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As kids play, Dale Earnhardt Jr. speaks to the media about the playground his family and others have helped fund at Rescue Ranch, an animal rescue facility operated by NASCAR drivers Ryan and Krissie Newman. The playground is accessible for all youth, including those with special needs.

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The Earnhardt Family Playground opened today at Rescue Ranch, an animal rescue facility operated by NASCAR driver Ryan Newman and his wife, Krissie. The playground, which provides another activity for school field trips to see the animals, is specifically designed to be accessible for those with disabilities.

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Jimmie Johnson, an avid cyclist, talks about the dangers of cycling and the shared commitment needed from cyclists and motorists toward cycling safety. Johnson led a group of about 75 cyclists in a 69-mile tribute ride today for motorcycle racer Nicky Hayden, who died Monday from injuries suffered in a cycling accident.

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Jimmie Johnson talks about what motorcycle racer Nicky Hayden meant to him. The seven-time NASCAR Cup champion helped organize a 69-mile tribute ride to his friend, who died Monday from injuries suffered in a bicycle crash. Several NASCAR drivers participated in the ride Friday, as well as professional cyclists, NASCAR crew members and others in the Charlotte racing community to honor Hayden as well as to promote safety awareness when it comes to bicycles.

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A group of about 75 cyclists, including NASCAR drivers Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, Chase Elliott, Jamie McMurray, Matt Kenseth and Daniel Suarez leave on a 69-mile tribute ride to honor Nicky Hayden:

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