Kyle Larson Wins His First NASCAR Cup Championship

Things weren’t looking all that rosy for the driver with the most wins this season. Even after winning Stage 2, Kyle Larson fell back a few seconds of the leaders. But two late race cautions turned things around. With Chase Elliott leading, a caution bunched up the field and put Larson back in contact with the leaders but he still didn’t have the speed and clean air Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex, Jr. enjoyed.

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Matt Hirschman Adds Another Notch To His North-South Shootout Gun

(Sophia, NC):  They don’t call him “Big Money” for no reason. Matt Hirschman rolled to a $10,500.00 payday Saturday at Caraway Speedway in the 19th Annual John Blewett III “North-South Shootout” presented in Memory of Charles Kepley.

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Rocco Plays His Cards Right for Thompson 300 Win

Thompson, CT — Berlin, CT’s Keith Rocco played a winning hand worth more than $20,000 by making a late charge to win the Thompson 300 on Sunday, October 10 at Connecticut’s Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. Rocco bounced back from a spin to take the lead from Jon McKennedy with 18 laps remaining in the event’s first edition since 2005 as part of the Sunoco World Series of Speedway Racing.

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Bubba Wallace Wins His First Cup Race at Talladega

After a rain delayed the race for a day, NASCAR hoped to get in a full race on Monday and put on a good show. Well they certainly got one of the two wishes. With rain headed to the track area, teams knew that the race just might get called early. Passing halfway made the race official and after light rain that hit just one end of the track, Mother Nature unloaded on the entire tack forcing NASCAR to call the race just shy of the end of Stage 2.

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Joey Logano Candidly Admits He Came Dangerously Close to Dying During His Frightening Accident at Talladega in the Spring

NASCAR is unquestionably dangerous. Numerous drivers have died in accidents in the past. To its credit, the organization has dramatically improved its safety record with Dale Earnhardt’s death at the Daytona 500 in 2001 the last fatal accident.

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Kevin Iannarelli Heads To Riverside Speedway With Momentum On His Side

SHIRLEY, Mass. — Kevin Iannarelli and the iRacing.com team are heading to the next round of the Modified Racing Series (MRS) season with plenty of momentum on their side.

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