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Daily NASCAR Fantasy: Drafting Your Bristol Lineup

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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to Bristol Motor Speedway on August 20th for the Bass Pro Shops, NRA Night Race. “The Last Great Colosseum” is home to some of the best short-track racing on the schedule, and the excitement should continue this Saturday night under the lights. Here are …

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XFINITY Breakdown: Joey Logano Delivers a Win for Team Penske

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Joey Logano and Team Penske finally put everything together and claimed an XFINITY Series win in 2016.  Logano piloted the part-time No. 12 car to victory at Watkins Glen International, winning the Zippo 200 at The Glen.  He led 67 of 82 laps, claiming his first NXS victory since winning …

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Team Penske Takes Right Turn Amid Woeful 2016 XFINITY Campaign

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Amid one of the worst NASCAR XFINITY Series seasons in Team Penske‘s history, the organization needed some right turns -both figuratively and literally- to get the ship sailing in the right direction. Typically one of the dominant forces in NASCAR’s second series along with Joe Gibbs Racing, Penske witnessed the lion’s …

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Daniel Suarez Posts First Top-10 Finish on a Road Course at Watkins Glen

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While Joey Logano dominated the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International, leading 67 laps en route to his second victory in as many seasons at the track, Daniel Suarez was the best of the rest in terms of the XFINITY Series drivers. Suarez paced the field for six circuits, the …

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Joey Logano Survives for Repeat XFINITY Win at Watkins Glen

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One year removed from the first ever sweep of the XFINITY Series and Sprint Cup Series races at Watkins Glen International, Joey Logano set himself up to repeat the feat with another convincing win. Logano held off a challenge from teammate Brad Keselowski and survived an attrition-filled race to win …

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