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5hRicky Craven

Craven: Everything a concern at Sonoma

Running on a road course is a foreign feeling for most Sprint Cup drivers, but it is a challenge many enjoy. So what does Ricky Craven say worries drivers the most at Sonoma? Everything!

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Turn 4: NASCAR's burning questions

Is this finally Brad Keselowski's week to get his first Sprint Cup win on a road course? Our crew delves into that and much more.

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6hBob Pockrass

Stewart eager to reach Sprint Cup finish line

Tony Stewart, frustrated after practice Friday, said he's ready for his Sprint Cup career to come to a close. "I'm ready to go run stuff that makes me happy," he said.

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1dBob Pockrass

NASCAR to stick with aero package at Daytona

After taking a look at the superspeedway aerodynamic package following three cars getting airborne at Talladega, NASCAR has opted to stand pat going into Daytona.

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3dBob Pockrass

Pockrass: AJ Allmendinger not sweating Sonoma

AJ Allmendinger tries not to think of the road-course races as all-or-nothing, and with a better place in the standings heading into Sonoma this year, that's easier.

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5dMatthew Willis

DFS NASCAR: Build around Kurt Busch at Sonoma

Matthew Willis provides his best value picks for daily fantasy NASCAR this week at Sonoma Raceway. He recommends Kurt Busch, who finished in second place last year.

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Sprint Cup standings

Kurt Busch added his name to the list of Sprint Cup winners Monday at Pocono Raceway, joining eight other drivers who are all but guaranteed to make the Chase in September.

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8dBob Pockrass

Pockrass: Bristol gearing up for football transformation

A lot will go in to transforming Bristol Motor Speedway from a racetrack to a football stadium that will host Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee. Obliterating the attendance record is part of the fun.

4dBob Pockrass

Police detail alleged attack on Wallace, family

Mike Wallace was punched in the face by the youngest of the three men who were arrested on assault charges for an alleged attack on the Wallace family after a concert, according to case files.

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Byron gets 2nd straight NASCAR Truck win

William Byron held off a late charge from Cole Cluster on Saturday at Iowa Speedway to secure a second win in a row and three in nine career NASCAR Truck starts.

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Turn 4: NASCAR's burning questions

Joey Logano has reached elite status, but how long before the likes of Chase Elliott and Ryan Blaney join him? Our crew of insiders delves into that and much more.

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Power Rankings: Father's Day edition

After a win at Michigan, Joey Logano moved up, while Kyle Busch took a tumble in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.

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7dBob Pockrass

Keselowski tests IndyCar; no plans to compete

Brad Keselowski called Wednesday "one of the best days of my life" after he took laps in an IndyCar during a test run, but he said there are no plans for him to compete in an IndyCar event.

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Rundown: NASCAR hesitant to adopt new rule package

Despite using a new rule package during Sunday's Cup race at Michigan, NASCAR remains hesitant in making permanent changes for now, Bob Pockrass writes in the Monday Rundown.

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11dBob Pockrass

ThorSport Racing regrouping after fire hits shop

Nearly 40 percent of ThorSport Racing's 100,000-square-foot shop was destroyed by fire Monday, leaving the team's crewmen to work in parking lots on the street Tuesday.

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13dRicky Craven

Craven: Michigan could become a wild race

On Sunday, expect to see many drivers struggle to control their cars with the new aerodynamic package, but it will also allow the talent to shine.

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15dBob Pockrass

Pockrass: Why Cup wins mean so much more

Kurt Busch snapped a 34-race winless streak with his victory at Pocono on Monday, taking the pressure off himself -- and his crew -- in the process. Trips to victory lane boost the entire team.

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Byron gets 2nd Truck Series win of the season

William Byron, an 18-year-old rookie, took the lead with five laps to go and then held off Matt Crafton and Rico Abreu to win the Rattlesnake 400 on Friday at Texas Motor Speedway.

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Turn 4: NASCAR's burning questions

With Kasey Kahne at risk of missing the Chase, questions about his future with Hendrick Motorsports loom. Our crew of NASCAR insiders delves into that and much more.

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Power Rankings: A big jump for The Outlaw

Kurt Busch was only lacking one thing to put him atop Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings. He crossed that first victory off his "to-do" list Monday at Pocono.

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18dMatthew Willis

DFS NASCAR: Five to watch at Michigan

Matthew Willis provides his best early value picks, including Kevin Harvick, for daily fantasy NASCAR this week at Michigan.

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21dMatthew Willis

DFS NASCAR: Target Truex again at Pocono?

Martin Truex Jr. dominated in historic fashion last week, and his price in DFS rose accordingly. Is he still worthy of a spot on your roster?

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Turn 4: NASCAR's burning questions

Is Martin Truex Jr. really among the championship favorites? Our gang of NASCAR insiders delves into that and much more.

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Jay Adamczyk Jayski.com 

The selections of pit stalls for the Toyota / Save Mart 350 Sprint Cup Series race at Sonoma Raceway have been made. Pole sitter #19-Edwards chose pit stall 11, which is just before the start-finish line. Outside pole sitter #47-Allmendinger took pit stall 2, which is the first pit stall with an opening in front of it. #78-Truex Jr., who starts 3rd took the 27th pit stall, with an opening behind it. The final pit stall was taken by #14-Stewart, who starts 10th. Three pit stalls have been eliminated: 1, 22, 31; are not in play, do not count towards driving through more than three pit boxes. #20-Kenseth's team failed a 4th inspection and lost it's choice to choose a pit stall and will be in stall 6.

Ryan McGee @ESPNMcGee

What's really important here is that since Oklahoma State lost I have to cancel my planned Pete Incaviglia interview. Dammit. #Inky #CWS