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Pockrass: Edwards joins JGR fun

As frustrating as it has been for Carl Edwards since his move to Joe Gibbs Racing, it was just as sweet to win when the stars aligned in his favor on Sunday night at the Coca-Cola 600.

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Gordon: No plans to compete in Indianapolis 500

Despite retiring from NASCAR at the end of this season, Jeff Gordon said "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing" will remain for him a dream, one he fulfilled in part by winning the Brickyard 400.

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Xfinity driver Jamie Dick crashes at Charlotte

A week after metal went through his windshield and struck his helmet, driver Jamie Dick hit the wall hard Saturday during the Xfinity series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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Ganassi: Larson could someday start in Indy 500

Team owner Chip Ganassi said Friday that he spoke with Kyle Larson "just yesterday" about racing in the Indy 500, adding "We haven't said no to him. We haven't said yes either."

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What won the 600 for Carl Edwards (2:04)
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Edwards wins Coca-Cola 600 (2:20)
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Gordon honored by Indy 500 appearance (0:47)
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Austin Dillon wins Xfinity race at Charlotte (1:06)
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Coca-Cola 600 nothing like Indy for Danica

Ten years ago, Danica Patrick captivated the world by nearly winning the Indy 500 as a rookie. Now, Memorial Day weekends are spent in the Coca-Cola 600, and she has yet to crack the top 25.

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Danica talks Letterman, GoDaddy (2:21)
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Davis hits the track with Earnhardt Jr. (1:47)
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Pockrass: Danica keeps it simple on Twitter

Danica Patrick, who has more followers on Twitter than any other NASCAR driver, says her social media strategy is to keep it simple and be authentic, Bob Pockrass writes

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38 Xfinity cars Dover (as of Fri): 20-Kenseth 22-Blaney 25-Townley 26-Faison 33-ADillon 42-Poole 54-Jones 55-Dick 88-Kahne 98-Almirola