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Truck of John Hunter Nemechek Fails Post-Race Inspection

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Roughly an hour following the conclusion of the inaugural Chase race for the Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR officials announced that the No. 8 truck of John Hunter Nemechek failed post-race inspection. Nemechek crossed the finish line ninth, rebounding from a Lap 53 spin underneath Kaz Grala. At the time …

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Erik Jones Claims Pole for Kentucky Chase Opener

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Erik Jones will begin the first round of the inaugural NASCAR XFINITY Series Chase in the same position he ended the regular season: In the lead. Jones beat out teammate Daniel Suarez with a 28.845-second lap to take the 21 Means 21 Pole Award for Saturday’s VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 at Kentucky Speedway. …

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Kaz Grala Posts Career-High Finish at Hometown Track

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Westborough, MA sits 90 minutes south of Loudon, NH, the site of the inaugural Camping World Truck Series Chase race on Saturday. Though Kaz Grala is not a part of the playoff system, his  career-high seventh-place finish was special, coming at his home track. Grala has competed in seven races …

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William Byron Stomps the Field at New Hampshire

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After winning the pole earlier Saturday morning, William Byron didn’t have far to go to reach the front of the pack. That’s where he stayed for 161 of the race’s 175 laps. Building a large lead late in the race Byron had to weave through lap traffic, costing him valuable …

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Kyle Larson Completes New Hampshire Practice Sweep

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In the third and final Cup Series practice of the weekend Kyle Larson found himself on top, again. A speed of 132.577 mph claimed the top spot, edging out Denny Hamlin (132.549 mph) by .006 seconds. Those speeds left Larson, currently 15th in Chase points coming out swinging at New Hampshire Motor …

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