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Tracking the Trucks: Johnny Sauter Makes Late Charge to Victory at Martinsville

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In a Nutshell: Contreras Motorsports put together a truck with the help of JR Motorsports for Chase Elliott to get some valuable seat time around Martinsville Speedway. Elliott responded by putting the truck on the pole and leading the most laps in the race. Johnny Sauter started fifth but methodically …

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Chase Elliott Grabs Pole in Truck Series Return at Martinsville

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Chase Elliott, making his first Camping World Truck Series start since 2013, has won the pole for the Texas Roadhouse 200 at Martinsville Speedway. Returning to the series and track that started his national NASCAR career, Elliott turned a lap of 19.673 seconds (96.254 mph) to beat second-place Daniel Suarez by …

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4 Burning Questions: What Impact Will Non-Chasers Have on the Championship?

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Will Jeff Gordon Win His Last Race in No. 88? OK, let’s try this again. For the final time in Jeff Gordon‘s racing career (well, supposedly), he’ll take the green flag in the Sprint Cup Series. After originally wrapping up his legendary career last November in Homestead-Miami Speedway, Gordon returned …

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4 Burning Questions: Will It Go Clean or Crazy in Talladega?

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Will it Go Clean or Crazy in Talladega? I may be in the minority here, but I don’t know what to expect this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. Everybody will be on edge when the Sprint Cup and Truck series fields take their green flags at the baddest, fastest track in …

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Cool Down: Who Can Burst the Bubble?

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With the first two races of the Round of 12 complete, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series field is gearing up for the Chase’s wild-card track: Talladega Superspeedway. In typical Chase fashion, some drivers are more desperate than others. Two of the 12 playoff contenders can rest easy. Jimmie Johnson’s triumphant …

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