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Martin Truex Jr. on his pole-winning lap at Kansas Speedway: "The commitment level was high."

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Kevin Harvick will start beside polesitter Martin Truex Jr. on Sunday at Kansas. Harvick has a 22-point edge on the current playoff cutoff and feels he has done everything so far at Kansas to put him in position to keep from being among the four drivers eliminated Sunday.

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Kyle Busch will wear this helmet the next two weeks and will raffle it off through his foundation website. The helmet, created by noted helmet designer Jason Beam, actually glows in the dark.

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Clint Bowyer says the frustration he displayed at Talladega includes the safety concerns of racing there. Bowyer, who got out of his car on pit road and yelled at his crew chief, said he didn't think the car could continue and his race was over.

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What would give Matt Kenseth fans confidence he could win this weekend? Kenseth gives his outlook of what it would take:

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Jimmie Johnson said mistakes come from a desire to win. Last week, his spotter accidentally gave the team the OK to resume work on the car but the red flag had not been lifted. It cost him a few spots.

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Kurt Busch explains where he thinks the best passing zones could be on the 2.42-mile Charlotte "roval" road course that will be used in the NASCAR playoff first-round elimination race next year:

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Martin Truex Jr. gives his impressions of the 2.42-mile road course at Charlotte Motor Speedway that will be used next September. He is one of four drivers conducting a tire test for Goodyear and said he isn't sure where he will be able to pass.

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A look at one of the infield turns of the Charlotte "roval" road course that will be used for the playoff race next October:

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View from above; Kurt Busch does a lap during the Goodyear tire test of the Charlotte "roval" that will be used for the NASCAR Cup playoff race next October.

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A North Carolina jury ruled last week NASCAR driver Justin Boston owes Kyle Busch Motorsports $442,561 for breach of contract, according to court records. Boston drove 9 truck races for KBM in 2015, and KBM sued Boston, Boston's father and his father's company, Zloop, alleging $650,000 in missed payments to fund Boston's ride. Zloop eventually filed for bankruptcy, and Boston's father was indicted on fraud allegations, including using investor money to fund Justin's racing. As part of Zloop bankruptcy proceedings, KBM returned $462,500 of the $1.55 million it had received from the Bostons. KBM then went to trial to get that money from Justin. Justin's attorney said an appeal is being considered.

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