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First Cup Pocono race features unique top-15 notables

The first Cup Pocono doubleheader featured six competitors earning top-15 results following a late pit strategy.

New car, new team, same Matt Kenseth

Matt Kenseth accomplished the improbable Sunday in his debut with Chip Ganassi Racing driving the No. 42 Chevrolet to a 10th place finish at Darlington Raceway in The Real Heroes 400.

Kenseth, Newman accomplish respectable finishes at Darlington

While Kevin Harvick notched a milestone victory of his NASCAR Cup Series career in Sunday’s Real Heroes 400 at Darlington Raceway, veterans Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth achieved a task of their own that felt like a win.

A tale of two veterans returning to NASCAR in 2020

NASCAR is in for a double treat in 2020. Already, the sport’s announcement of its return to on-track competition in mid-May is leaving the drivers, the teams and the fans excited amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

Matt Kenseth announced as Kyle Larson’s Replacement in the No. 42 for 2020

Chip Ganassi Racing announced today that Matt Kenseth is set to comeback to NASCAR to drive the No. 42 Chevrolet once NASCAR resumes for the 2020 season.

Hot 20 of the NASCAR season that was

Another season has come and gone, along with a few more drivers and fans, to be honest. However, there are some things I have noticed that are on the positive side, though not all would agree.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Martinsville

1. Joey Logano: Logano used a controversial bump-and-run maneuver on Martin Truex, Jr. on the final lap to win the First Data 500 at Martinsville. "I know this makes me an unpopular driver," Logano said. "Correction: I know this makes me a more unpopular driver."

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Kansas

1. Kyle Busch: Busch finished 2nd at Kansas and cruised into Round 3 of the NASCAR playoffs. "I basically just had to avoid disaster at Kansas," Busch said. "And that means I just had to keep my mouth shut." Note: The quotes in this article are fictional.

The Final Word – A Saturday night to get reacquainted with the Big Three at Richmond

Richmond, the second race of the opening rung of the championship ladder. Only four storylines awaited to be written. Who would win, and would it be Brad Keselowski for a fourth straight contest?

The Final Word – Indianapolis proved to be more a brick than a crown jewel for much of Monday

Yet, the big story was the start of the race. When would that be? The wet cold rainy weather punted both practice and qualifying, thus nobody would have any laps in their car when the green waved. None. Zip.

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