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Couch Potato Tuesday: FOX Has Decent Coverage of Rain-Delayed Kansas

Nascar Cup Series

#1: Ross Chastain, Trackhouse Racing, Busch Light Crocs Chevrolet Camaro, #20: Christopher Bell, Joe Gibbs Racing, Yahoo! Toyota Camry, #10: Noah Gragson, Stewart Haas Racing, Bass Pro Shops Winchester Ford Mustang, #8: Kyle Busch, Richard Childress Racing, Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen Chevrolet Camaro

Despite being on point about the finish, Phil Allaway notes the broadcast didn’t show the last-lap contact between Austin Dillon and Corey Heim.

Only Yesterday: 300 – Rise of an Empire for Rick Hendrick

Nascar Cup Series

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A look back at some of the biggest wins in Hendrick Motorsports history, plus the drivers who contributed to its 300-win total over the last 39 years.

NASCAR’s 75 Greatest Drivers: Exceptional Longevity

Harry Gant

16 February 1992, Daytona Beach, Florida USA Harry Gant © 1992, Nigel Kinrade NKP

Some of NASCAR’s greatest aren’t just such because of their win totals — it’s also all about the length of their staying power.

The Frontstretch 5: Best NASCAR Cup Seasons By Drivers Who Didn’t Win Championship

2008 Nascar Sprint Cup Series Texas

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1. 1985 Bill Elliott won plenty of races and money and even earned a couple really cool nicknames in 1985. But the big prize eluded the red-headed Georgia leadfoot that year. Elliott came into 1985 having won a total of four NASCAR Cup Series races during the previous two seasons, but proved to be almost …

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