Race Blog

Finally. With the cathartic sound of relief in his voice, Martin Truex Jr. wins his first race of the season, the fourth of his career, and first crown jewel event. He does so by absolutely obliterating the 40-car Coca-Cola 600 field in the 57th running of this NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Memorial Day classic. The dramatic moments were few and, really, it all built up to the checkered flag on lap 400.

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Posted by Doug Turnbull

oey Logano has added another big race to his winning resume, claiming the win in the final All-Star Race sponsored by Sprint. Logano chased down Kyle Larson (finished 16th), they raced each other hard, and Logano passed him for the lead with two laps to go. Leading up to the intense battle was a series of head-scratching events in a confusing, three-segment format.

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Posted by Doug Turnbull

Matt Kenseth wins Sunday's AAA 400 Drive For Autism at Dover International Speedway, but the win didn't come easy nor did the race for anyone. Kenseth's 37th-career win comes ahead of a caution-filled race and a charging young Kyle Larson (finished 2nd) and Chase Elliott (3rd). A massive wreck on a lap 356 restart eliminated several contenders and set up the thrilling drive to lap 400.

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Kyle Busch notched his first-career Sprint Cup Series win at Kansas Speedway Saturday night, holding off a hard-charging Kevin Harvick and doing so older tires. But the race belonged to another Toyota driver, who saw it slip away.

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Posted by Doug Turnbull

Maybe the racing was so frenzied in Sunday's GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway was because bad weather seemed imminent the entire 188 laps. Or maybe the reason for the wreck fest was just as random as the running order. Regardless, Brad Keselowski kept the hounds at bay and won his fourth-career Talladega Sprint Cup Series race, staying up front and out of harm's way all day. Here is how it unfolded.

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Posted by Doug Turnbull