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Truex snaps winless drought, records first Cup victory of 2021 at Phoenix

The 2017 Cup champion prevailed over a restart with 25 laps remaining to record his 28th career victory at Phoenix Raceway.

Larson’s Vegas win isn’t a form of revenge – it’s a redemption story

Larson took the initiative to educate himself for the better. There isn't any animosity. There isn't any anger. Rather, there's hope. There's compassion. There's empathy.

Sweet redemption for Larson at Las Vegas

The Elk Grove, California, native raced his way to a dominating Cup victory at Vegas as he snapped a one-year winless drought.

McDowell upsets the competition, scores first Cup triumph at the Daytona 500

The Glendale, Arizona, native dodged a multi-car pileup on the final lap to record first Cup career win in the Daytona 500 in an upset fashion.

Austin Dillon steals second Bluegreen Vacation Duel win over Bubba Wallace

The Welcome, North Carolina, native utilized a crossover move to overtake Wallace on the final lap and claim the victory in the second Daytona Duel event.

Ty Dillon joins 23XI Racing for Busch Clash

The newly formed 23XI Racing will make its NASCAR Cup Series debut at the Busch Clash at Daytona's RC with Ty Dillon.

Mike Wheeler to crew chief Bubba Wallace and 23XI Racing in 2021

The 2016 Daytona 500 winning crew chief and veteran is set to lead Bubba Wallace and the newly formed 23XI Racing atop the pit box for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Hamlin wins a wild, controversial race at Talladega; advances to Playoff’s Round of 8

The three-time Daytona 500 champion prevailed in a wild, controversial finish to win at Talladega and race his way into the Round of 8 in the 2020 Cup Playoffs.

Byron scores first Cup career win at Daytona; 2020 Cup Playoff field is set

The driver of the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet from Charlotte survived a chaotic night and a long regular season to grab his first Cup career win and a spot in the 2020 Playoffs.

You want politics out of NASCAR? It has to be all or nothing.

When Bubba Wallace began speaking up as a person of color, it set in motion the greatest paradigm shift in a sport that has received years of flak for being predominantly white and predominantly male. Wallace saw his chance to use his platform as a person of color to help push awareness of the systemic racism which plagues America. Of course; he's a human being who has been vocal on what it's like to be profiled as a black person in America. This in the face of a constant stream of brutality and racism, and the fact that he put his best foot forward did not go unnoticed.

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