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Jimmie Johnson confused following virus scare

Jimmie Johnson is just as confused as everyone else about his plight with the coronavirus. A positive test caused the seven-time NASCAR champion to miss the first race of his career, and it was followed three days later by a negative test.

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Jimmie Johnson talks about negative tests and being ready to go

Jimmie Johnson says he didn't have any symptoms despite testing positive for COVID-19 and that he followed protocol, testing negative twice, which allowed him to return to racing.


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Wallace on Trump tweet: Love wins over hate

President Donald Trump called out driver Bubba Wallace and NASCAR in a tweet Monday, alleging that a noose found last month in Wallace's garage at Talladega Superspeedway was a hoax. Wallace later responded by writing, "Love over hate every day."

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Bubba Wallace reacts to President Trump demanding an apology


Bubba Wallace and NASCAR: What we know and what will change after recent hate crime inquiries

With NASCAR's conclusion of its own inquiry into why a noose was hanging in Bubba Wallace's garage at Talladega, we break down what happened and what the sport plans to do going forward to prevent similar incidents.


Harvick wins Brickyard 400 after late Hamlin crash

Kevin Harvick won his third Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday after Denny Hamlin crashed with seven laps remaining.

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Blaney's injured crew member out of hospital

An injured crew member on Ryan Blaney's NASCAR team has returned to Team Penske's headquarters in North Carolina, where he will undergo further evaluation.


Hamlin overcomes weather on his way to Cup win in Pocono


Hamlin cruises to rain-delayed Cup win at Pocono

Denny Hamlin won the Pocono 350 on Sunday, maintaining a comfortable lead en route to victory.


Why the HOF means so much to Dale Earnhardt Jr.


Dale Jr. headlines 2021 NASCAR HOF Class

Dale Earnhardt Jr., Mike Stefanik and Red Farmer have been elected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will be held in 2021.

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Bubba Wallace aims for inclusive, diverse environment for NASCAR


The Confederate flag is finally gone at NASCAR races, and I won't miss it for a second

Finally, the Confederate flag has been banned from NASCAR. Ryan McGee explains why it shouldn't have taken this long for NASCAR to act, and why some fans need to stop justifying the flag's existence in the sport in the first place.

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