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SC Featured: Clauson's legacy lives on.

Indy 500 driver Bryan Clauson died in August 2016, but his legacy lives on in a 63-year-old Army war veteran. For the full feature, tune in to SportsCenter on Sunday at 10 a.m. ET on ESPN.

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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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On the 40th anniversary of "Star Wars," NASCAR driver Ryan Blaney -- a huge "Star Wars" fan -- compares his movie shirt collection to his old racing shirt collection:

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Ryan Blaney doesn't have a win and currently is 14th in the Cup playoff standings, so points this weekend will be important for him at Charlotte Motor Speedway. How he feels about the race awarding points to the top-10 at the end of three stages in addition to full points at the end of the race instead of the top-10 for two stages and full points at the end of the race as in the rest of the regular-season races:

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Ron Hornaday didn't even know until Tuesday that the NASCAR Hall of Fame vote was Wednesday. And now he is a member of the 2018 class. His reaction:

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