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- In his first start since 2017's Monster Energy Cup Series finale at Homestead, Earnhardt played a starring role in his JR Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. As well as leading the most laps, he won the second stage of the event – his first-ever stage win in NASCAR competition. A couple of late-race restarts derailed his bid for victory, however, and after the race he admitted of being wary ... ... Ke...

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- Bell cleared Matt Tifft on a restart with 14 of 250 laps remaining in Friday night's 250 and held off Ross Chastain to earn his fifth win of the season. The win automatically advances him to the second round of the playoffs regardless of his performance at the next two races, on the Roval course at Charlotte Motor Speedway and Dover, Del. "I tell you what, that's pretty ... ... Keep reading...

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news from Saturday, September 22, 2018

- Harvick saved his best in Friday's knockout qualifying for last, posting the fastest average lap speed in the final session (121.880 mph) to claim the pole for Saturday night's Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond (Va.) Raceway. Harvick, who leads the way in the series with seven wins, started the 2018 playoffs with a wreck and 39th-place finish last weekend at Las Vegas. The pole is ... ... Keep ...

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- A shunt while driving DragonSpeed's BR Engineering BR1 in practice for the World Endurance Championship's opening round at Spa-Francochamps broke Fittipaldi's left leg and right ankle. While the ankle has healed, the left leg has taken longer and the 24-year-old nephew of the great Emerson Fittipaldi has had to wear a carbon fiber cast for support since making returning to IndyCar at ... ... Keep ...

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- Earnhardt retired from fulltime competition at the end of last season, but had an outstanding contract with Unilever for one race in a Hellmann's car in the second-tier series in 2018. He opted for Richmond due to his previous success there, and its smooth track surface. Having only just scraped through the first round of qualifying, Earnhardt was fifth-fastest in the second round and then ... ......

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- Ryan Newman will be in a Ford in 2019, particularly the #6 Ford of Roush Fenway Racing. Dustin Albino of broke the news on Friday, reporting it to be a three-year contract. The 2008 Daytona 500 winner and the #6’s 2019 plans fell into place over the past ten days. Last Wednesday, RFR owner Jack Roush stated #6 driver Trevor Bayne would not be returning to the car. On Saturday, Newman tweeted...

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