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Power Rankings: Richmond

Love him or hate him, what Jimmie Johnson did at Bristol was pretty impressive. How impressive? Good enough to jump to the top spot in the Sprint Cup Power Rankings.

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Danica sets Sprint Cup record with sixth top 10

Danica Patrick had one of those days where her finish was better than the way she ran throughout the race thanks to some timely cautions and avoiding trouble at the end.

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Keselowski crash collects Logano in rainy Bristol

Brad Keselowski's car turned, hit the wall and collected Penske teammate Logano in the aftermath, just 18 laps into the Food City 500 that had already been delayed more than hour due to rain.

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Suarez logs best Xfinity finish by Mexican driver

Daniel Suarez posted the best finish for a Mexican driver in Xfinity Series history as he finished second. Joey Logano led flag-to-flag Saturday to win.

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RCR plans last appeal for Newman penalty removal

Team owner Richard Childress is disappointed NASCAR's appeals board only reduced penalties to Ryan Newman's team instead of issuing full removal, and will appeal a last time to have them removed.

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Kenseth's son to make Xfinity debut at Chicago

Ross Kenseth will make his national series debut at Chicagoland Speedway, where he will drive for the same team, same sponsor and with the same car number used by his championship-winning father

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McGee: Twenty years a lifetime ago

It's been only 20 years, but the race held on April 9, 1995, at North Wilkesboro Speedway has become a time capsule for a bygone era, Ryan McGee writes.

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Blog: Tires being tested

NASCAR has been confiscating tires for further inspection the past two weekends, and while nothing has been found amiss, rumors are flying in the Sprint Cup garage.

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Broadcaster Steve Byrnes dies
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Steve Byrnes, a popular Fox broadcaster who reported on NASCAR for the last 30 years, died of cancer today. He was 56. Story

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