Larson Snatches Another NASCAR Win At Michigan On Final RestartLarson slipped between cars on an overtime restart and won Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway. The victory capped a busy stretch for Larson after team owner Chip Ganassi allowed him to go to Iowa to compete in the Knoxville Nationals on Saturday.
Dale Jr. Calls Harvick's Comments 'Hurtful'Dale Earnhardt Jr. said Thursday he's proud of his accomplishments after Kevin Harvick suggested NASCAR's growth has been hindered because Earnhardt hasn't won enough.
Hendrick Motorsports, Driver Kasey Kahne Split After 6 YearsThe team said in a statement Monday that Kahne has been released from the final year of his contract, allowing him to begin pursing a Monster Energy Cup ride for 2018.
Truex Wins Fuel-Mileage Gamble At Watkins GlenTruex held off a charging Matt Kenseth on the final lap Sunday and won the NASCAR Cup race at Watkins Glen International, stretching his fuel to the triumphant end.
NASCAR Sets Restrictions On Low-Tier Races For Cup Drivers NASCAR has tightened the restrictions for 2018 on Cup drivers who want to drive in lower-tier race series.
Kyle Busch Ends Winless Season With Cup Victory At PoconoBusch used a bump-and-run on Kevin Harvick to take the lead with 16 laps left and held on to snap a 36-race losing streak and win the NASCAR Cup race at Pocono Raceway on Sunday.
Target Ends NASCAR Sponsorship With Chip Ganassi RacingTarget had served as the primary sponsor for Cup driver Kyle Larson since his debut in 2013. The 24-year-old Larson has emerged as one of the brightest young stars in NASCAR and has two wins and nine top-10 finishes this season.
Penske Inks NASCAR's Brad Keselowski To Multiyear ExtensionTeam Penske has reached an agreement with 2012 NASCAR Cup champion Brad Keselowski on a multiyear extension.
Kahne Ends Victory Drought At Brickyard 400Kasey Kahne barely reached the overtime line before the last caution flag came out in a crash-marred Brickyard 400, allowing him to complete a six-hour marathon and snap a long winless streak.
Hamlin Ends Joe Gibbs Racing Winless Skid At New HampshireDenny Hamlin held off Kyle Larson over the final laps to win Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and send Joe Gibbs racing to victory lane for the first time this season.
Joe Gibbs Racing To Replace Matt Kenseth With Erik JonesMatt Kenseth is out at Joe Gibbs Racing, which will replace the oldest fulltime driver in NASCAR's top series with rising star Erik Jones next season.
Truex Dominates For Kentucky Speedway WinMartin Truex Jr. was dominant throughout and had enough left on a final restart to win the NASCAR Cup race night at Kentucky Speedway. Truex started second beside Kyle Busch and won the first two stages.

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