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Brad Keselowski to make 500th Cup career start at Gateway

The 2012 Cup Series champion from Rochester Hills, Michigan, is set to become the 46th different competitor to achieve 500 career starts in NASCAR's premier series.

NASCAR issues one-race suspension for Elliott as part of penalty report from Charlotte

The 2020 Cup Series champion has been suspended from competing in this weekend's event at Gateway following an on-track retaliatory incident involving Denny Hamlin during Monday's Coke 600.

Travis Mack to call 100th Cup event as crew chief at Charlotte

The Louisville, Kentucky, native is set to achieve a milestone mark in his third full-time season as a crew chief in NASCAR's premier series.

Larson cruises to third All-Star career victory at North Wilkesboro

The 2021 Cup Series champion from Elk Grove, California, led a race-high 145 of 200-scheduled laps and rocketed away from the field during a 90-lap shootout to win the NASCAR All-Star Race for the third time in his career.

Berry, Gibbs and Gragson transfer to 2023 All-Star Race from All-Star Open

Berry and Gibbs transferred to the All-Star feature by finishing first and second in the All-Star Open while Gragson was named the Fan Vote winner to claim the final berth for the main event.

Ty Gibbs’ No. 54 pit crew wins NASCAR Pit Crew Challenge at North Wilkesboro

The No. 54 JGR pit crew led by crew chief Chris Gayle and piloted by rookie Ty Gibbs were awarded a $100,000 bonus for executing the fastest pit stop time and awarding Gibbs pole position for the All-Star Open.

William Byron wins Cup Series pole, Kyle Larson second, for all-Hendrick front row at Kansas

William Byron topped qualifying at Kansas Speedway with a 179.206 mph lap in the No. 24 Chevrolet to claim his second pole of the season and his 10th career NASCAR Cup Series pole. The Hendrick Motorsports driver will be joined on the front row by teammate, Kyle Larson, who came up a little short with a 179.17 mph lap.

Alan Gustafson to call 650th Cup event as crew chief at Talladega

The 2020 Cup Series championship-winning crew chief from Ormond Beach, Florida, is set to achieve a milestone start in his 19th consecutive full-time season as a crew chief in NASCAR's premier series.

Larson capitalizes late for first Cup triumph at Martinsville

The 2021 Cup Series champion from Elk Grove, California, led the final 30 of 400-scheduled laps and capitalized on a late two-tire pit stop to muscle to the lead and capture his first victory on the Paperclip-shaped short track.

Josh Berry finishes second at Richmond to score his best Cup Series career finish

Josh Berry claimed his best Cup Series career result with a second-place finish Sunday at Richmond Raceway. It was his fourth start in the No. 9 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet filling in for the injured Chase Elliott and his second top-10.

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