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  1. Larson nabs first Sprint Cup win, spot in Chase for Championship

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    BROOKLYN, Mich. — During the last couple of laps of his first Sprint Cup victory, Kyle Larson was emotional.
    Third-year driver Kyle Larson earned his first Sprint Cup victory in his 99th series start.
  2. Jimmie Johnson feeling better about Sprint Cup form

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    BROOKLYN, Mich. — Jimmie Johnson was looking for a glimmer of hope, and he found it in Friday afternoon's NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying session at Michigan International Speedway.
  3. NASCAR runs in family for UF grad, trucks driver Ben Kennedy

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    BROOKLYN, Mich. — Ben Kennedy was never guaranteed a career as a NASCAR driver.
    Ben Kennedy, the great-grandson of NASCAR founder Bill France, earned his first NASCAR truck series victory last week.
  4. Kevin Harvick wins soggy Sprint Cup race at Bristol

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    BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kevin Harvick wasn't worried about his poor qualifying at Bristol Motor Speedway. In fact, starting 24th gave Harvick exactly what he wanted to win.
  5. Sage Karam still dealing with IndyCar accident that killed Justin Wilson at Pocono

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    LONG POND, Pa. — Sage Karam isn't racing in today's IndyCar event at Pocono Raceway. That isn't making his return any easier in the year since tragedy struck at the track.
  6. Edwards wins pole at Bristol

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    BRISTOL, Tenn. — Carl Edwards looks tough to beat again at Bristol Motor Speedway.
  7. Marks wins wet Xfinity race

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    LEXINGTON, Ohio — Justin Marks splashed through the rain at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on Saturday for his first NASCAR Xfinity Series victory.
  8. Top dirt-track racer Bryan Clauson dies from crash injuries

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    INDIANAPOLIS — Bryan Clauson, considered the top dirt track racer in the country, died from injuries suffered in an accident at the Belleville (Kansas) Midget Nationals USAC midget race. He was 27.
    Bryan Clauson, a driver in the 2016 Indianapolis 500,  is shown on May 21 after he qualified. Clauson, considered the top dirt-track racer in the country, died from injuries suffered in an accident at the Belleville (Kansas) Midget Nationals USAC midget race. He was 27. [Associated Press]
  9. Hamlin wins NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen

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    WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. — Denny Hamlin wasn't about to get shoved aside again.
  10. Logano wins Xfinity race at Watkins Glen

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    WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. — A year ago, Joey Logano came to Watkins Glen International hoping for a road course breakthrough to add to his resume. He departed with two trophies after a weekend sweep of the Xfinity and Sprint Cup races.