Kyle Busch Is Your 2019 Monster Energy Cup Champion

It was only fitting that the four title contenders all started in the top 4 spots this past weekend. All four drivers had a shot to win and they all led laps. But it was the mistake free team that won the race and gave Kyle Busch the title. Views: 33

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Martinsville: I Turned On A Race and Got To See A Cage Match

Martin Truex, Jr. led 464 of the 500 laps at Martinsville to cement his position in the final race of the season. Views: 199

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Chase Elliott’s Improbable Roval Win

What do you do when you qualify 19th but know you have a fast car and crash head on into the barrier while leading the race? Why you go on to win the race, by golly! Views: 430

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Martin Truex, Jr. Shuts the Front Door at Richmond

Going into this race, we all knew the JGR teams were going to be tough to beat, but I don’t think anyone thought they would go 1-2-3-4 at the finish. Nor did anyone think that two of the drivers would set the pace leading 311 of the 400 laps. If you are a Toyota fan, this was your race. Views: 613

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Busch Brother Against Busch Brother For The Win At Kentucky! Busch Wins!

It was Kurt, by the way. Over the years, Kentucky didn’t always produce the best racing but that has changed. Don’t get me wrong, the track can still produce some boring racing. Case in point, the enormous lead Kyle Busch had over the field earlier in this race. But the end of this race gave those in attendance something to cheer about. Views: 765

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Kyle Busch Paces Toyota With Pocono Win

Toyota placed only three cars in the Top 10 at Pocono but the won the race again and that is all that matters. Kyle Busch didn’t win either of the first two stages, that honor went to Kyle Larson, but he won the race – again. And last time I checked, they handed out the trophy at the end of the race, not at the end of the stages. Views: 1,012

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Keselowski Wins at Kansas

In what has to be the best mile and a half race this year, if not the best Kansas races ever, Brad Keselowksi battled Alex Bowman down the stretch for his third win of the year. Views: 747

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DW Says Goodbye at Bristol

With stands that were filled to a fraction of their capacity, good ol’ Darrel Waltrip announced his decision to retire from NASCAR broadcasting. This was the final time we’ll hear “Boogity, boogity, boogity!” at one of the most famous tracks in all of NASCAR. Views: 631

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NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series News & Notes – Auto Club Speedway

In A Zone: Kyle Busch looks to scratch another record in the books Kyle Busch takes a six-point edge over Joey Logano in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points standings as the series continues its “West Coast Swing.” And this week may be especially significant in the milestone category as Busch faces two chances to claim a historic 200 combined NASCAR national series wins. It could come in Sunday’s Auto Club 400 (3:30 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) – if he doesn’t earn it in…

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Cup Racing Not Too Much Different at Atlanta

For all the hype of the new rules package that was predicted to give us more on track drama, the race at Atlanta looked pretty much like any other old race at Atlanta. Brad Keselowski won the race after starting 19th and not having much time to practice. He and his wife contracted the flu which kept him out of the car up until race time. Keselowksi took a few laps in final practice and that was it. With Kyle Larson, Clint Bowyer, Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch early favorites,…

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