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Tony Stewart wasn't happy Sunday at Michigan, where several cars – including two from Stewart-Haas Racing – wrecked following a debris caution with 15 laps left. Stewart tweeted: "It's a shame that so many drivers and teams day was ruined by the results of another "debris" caution towards the end of the race today." In response to a tweet that NASCAR officials reported debris on their radio, Stewart tweeted: "So you believe everything you hear on their radio. Wow you're gullible"

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Larson takes checkered flag at Michigan for 2nd win of season.

Kyle Larson continues his strong run at Michigan by winning his second straight race at the track, pulling away from Chase Elliott.

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Even though he sat on the pole, Kyle Larson said he didn't think he had a dominant car for the NASCAR Cup race at Michigan. He led a race-high 96 laps on the way to the win, but he thought Martin Truex Jr. might have had the best car. He explains:

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After Kyle Larson got away from him on the final restart with five laps remaining, Chase Elliott said Larson would have had to make a mistake for him to catch him at Michigan.

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