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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.

Bowman wins Daytona 500 pole, teammate Byron completes front row grid

The Tucson, Arizona, native earned his second Daytona 500 pole award as Hendrick Motorsports locked up the front row for the 2021 Daytona 500.

Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 to reach 1,000 starts at the Roval

The No. 18 car competing under the Joe Gibbs Racing banner is set to reach a milestone start since its debut in the 1992 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 6 to reach 1,000 starts at Kansas

The number 6 under the Roush Fenway Racing banner will reach a milestone start on Thursday at Kansas.

David Ragan will return to Truck Series for one race at Richmond

Announced today via DGR-Crosley retired Cup Series star David Ragan will make his return to the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series on Saturday, April 18 at Richmond International Raceway.

NASCAR drivers honor Darrell Waltrip with Throwback paint schemes

As Darrell Waltrip announces his last NASCAR race with FOX, drivers took the initiative to dedicate throwback paint schemes in honor of his legendary career.

The Final Word – Daytona and NBC delivered the goods, and the bads, on Saturday night

Daytona delivered. The action and the broadcast were both superb. If you missed it, you really missed something.

The Final Word – Talladega, bringing you the thrill of victory…and the agony of defeat

Talladega was sweet. That was the kind of action that captured my attention as a kid, watching Wide World of Sports. As Jim McKay so iconically put it all those years ago, “Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of sport... the thrill of victory... and the agony of defeat... the human drama of athletic competition.” That was Sunday at Talladega.

Ragan Fastest at Bristol in Final Cup Series Practice

BRISTOL, Tenn. -- David Ragan topped the chart in final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Bristol Motor Speedway. The driver of the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford clocked in at a time of 15.051 and a speed of 127.487 mph.

The Final Word – If they weren’t racing, they were wrecking at Talladega

Dale Earnhardt Jr. started on the pole at Talladega. Most years, that is just par for the course. In this, his final season, it was a return down memory lane. Talladega is where anything can happen, where any lead lap car has a shot to win it, and a where one’s dreams can go up in flames, smoke, and mangled metal without notice.

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