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Blaney caps off regular-season stretch with a thrilling win at Daytona

The High Point, North Carolina, native claimed his third victory of the season and his second consecutive in recent weeks at the world center of racing.

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.

LaJoie to achieve 150 starts across NASCAR at Kansas

The Kannapolis, North Carolina, native is set to achieve a milestone start across NASCAR's three major division series for the upcoming event at Kansas Speedway.

Shiplett to reach 150 Cup starts as crew chief at Bristol

The Amherst, Ohio, native is set to achieve a milestone start in his first full-time Cup season with Stewart-Haas Racing at Thunder Valley.

Harvick records milestone win for Ford at Dover, clinches regular-season championship

The 2014 Cup champion recorded his seventh victory of the season, a milestone win for Ford and he clinched the regular-season title following the second event of the weekend at the Monster Mile.

Keselowski rolls to dominating win at New Hampshire

The 2012 Cup champion prevailed over a series of intense battles with Denny Hamlin to grab his third victory of the 2020 Cup season.

Quarantined with Corey LaJoie

This week we caught up with Go Fas Racing's Corey LaJoie to find out how he's coping during the stay-at-home order that most states have issued. On March 10, LaJoie and his wife, Kelly, welcomed their first child, Levi Ronnie, into the family.

Corey LaJoie wins fourth quarter NMPA Pocono Spirit Award

Corey LaJoie, driver of the No. 32 GO FAS Racing Ford, has been named the Fourth Quarter NMPA Pocono Spirit Award recipient for his generosity in donating a month’s salary this past August to charity.

Samaritan’s Feet – Watkins Glen – Race Advance

LaJoie hopes to spread the mission and raise awareness of this enormous undertaking throughout the weekend at The Glen, the second of three road courses on the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series schedule.

The Final Word – Phoenix kind of reminded me of Las Vegas…and Atlanta. How about you?

The song ends like that every time. Same for NASCAR lately. Kevin Harvick won his third straight, maybe it was even unencumbered but we will have to wait on that. At least he was not the only car featured. Kyle Busch was strong all day and finished second. Chase Elliott was not, yet arrived later on to matter when it mattered to finish third. Not yet a win, but the result sends him back in the right direction. Denny Hamlin was a factor and, to a much lesser degree, so was pole sitter Martin Truex, Jr. as they completed our Top Five.

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