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XFINITY Series Results: Back-to-Back Wins for Busch

Kyle BuschKyle Busch won for the second consecutive week in the NASCAR XFINITY Series when he picked up the victory in Saturday’s Overton’s 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.Busch inherited the lead during a series of green flag pit stops late in the race when Brad Keselowski was penalized for taking equipment out of his pit box. The pass through penalty with 30 laps to go in the race handed the race to Busch, who was never challenged for the lead as he headed to the checkered flag.
“You can’t always count on the fastest car to win the race, I guess,” Busch said after leading 77 laps on Saturday. “We can count on teamwork. We had that today and my guys did a great job in the pits and they gave me a great piece in order to go out here and contend with them.
“We put the pressure on, kept them close enough that I knew when we pit they were going to have to pit right after us, probably in a hurry because we were going to have a lap of tires on them. Overall, just a great day.” READ FULL STORY

Camping World Truck Series Results: Bell Wins at Kentucky

Christopher BellChristopher Bell scored his third NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win of the year in Thursday night’s Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
Bell held off Brandon Jones in the closing laps to take his fifth career series win. All three of the Kyle Busch Motorsports driver’s victories in 2017 have come on 1.5-mile tracks.
“This is pretty special,” Bell said. “Practice didn’t go smooth. We had such a good Toyota Tundra. Just really glad to be here.”
Bell led 54 laps on his way to Victory Lane.

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Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Results: Stenhouse Jr. Wins at Daytona

Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Ricky Stenhouse Jr. picked up his second career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win in an overtime finish Saturday night in the Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona International Speedway.
It’s the eighth victory of the season for Ford – most among the three manufacturers – but more importantly after 17 races this season, it matches Ford’s win total from 2016.
“Wow, these guys. I kept my Talladega car and told them to build a new one,” Stenhouse said. “We won the Firecracker 400! This is awesome. I’ve been coming here since 2008. I love it! What a great weekend.”
The win tonight cements Stenhouse’s place in the playoffs this fall and backs up his win at Talladega earlier this season.
“This validates what we did at Talladega. We have been working hard at Roush Fenway and this pushes us further along,” Stenhouse said. “This Ford Performance team has been amazing. Ford has been dominant.” READ FULL STORY

Camping World Truck Series Results: Back-to-Back Wins for Nemechek

John Hunter Nemechek

NEWTON, Iowa — With six laps to go, John Hunter Nemechek made his bold, last-gasp move. Again.
Nemechek, who charged to a Father’s Day win for his dad, Joe, last week at Gateway Motorsports Park, reprised his stirring comeback role in Friday’s pulse-pounding NASCAR Camping World Series M&M’s 200 presented by Casey’s General Store at Iowa Speedway.
“Every one of these guys who works on this team, this is awesome,” said John Hunter Nemechek, who passed Johnny Sauter on the high-side with six circuits left.
The dramatic ending to a race that ran remarkably clean for most of the first two stages was set up by an incident involving ThorSport teammates Grant Enfinger and Matt Crafton with 15 laps to go. READ FULL STORY

NHRA Results: Millican finally gets his first NHRA victory; Capps, Laughlin also score in Bristol

Clay Millican (on the left) piloted his Parts Plus / Great Clips dragster to his first career Top Fuel victory Sunday at the 17th annual NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals at Bristol Dragway. Ron Capps (Funny Car center in photo) and Alex Laughlin (Pro Stock) were also winners in their respective categories at the 11th event of 24 on the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule.


Clay Millican

Millican, a Tennessee native, raced a 3.825-second pass at 316.38 mph to defeat Leah Pritchett, who raced a 3.881 at 307.09 in her Papa John’s dragster. He became the 103rd different driver to win in Top Fuel. This was Millican’s 254th NHRA Top Fuel start and the ninth final round of his career. “I love what I do,” Millican said. “There were times I ever wondered if this was going to happen. I don’t deserve this credit. I’m really happy for David Grubnic and all of the boys who work on this car and I mean that one-hundred percent.” READ FULL STORY

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Results: Larson Wins Again at Michigan

Kyle Larson

Kyle Larson scored his second consecutive win at Michigan International Speedway when he took the checkered flag in Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400.
Larson held off the field in a restart with five laps to go and went on to score his second win of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. He won last year’s August race at Michigan and his victory on Sunday made it back-to-back victories at the two-mile track.
“What a great Father’s Day present for myself and all the other fathers out there,” Larson said in Victory Lane. “My dad is here today, too. So, I’m looking forward to celebrating with him. We’ve been so close to so many other wins. This is our second Cup win of the year, but we’ve had six second place finishes. All-in-all, it’s a good season so far and we’ll continue to keep building on what we’ve got.” READ FULL STORY

XFINITY Series Results: Hamlin Edges Byron for Michigan Win

Denny Hamlin

BROOKLYN, Mich. – For the second week in a row, a last lap pass decided the finish for the NASCAR XFINITY Series as Denny Hamlin passed rookie William Byron coming to the checkered flag in Saturday’s Irish Hills 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
It’s the first NASCAR XFINITY Series victory of the season for Hamlin, the second of his career at Michigan and the 16th victory in 158 career starts.
Hamlin led three times for 34 laps in Saturday’s race including the final lap after getting by Byron in the thrilling finish.
“He did a really great job and really I knew he had a really good car,” Hamlin said. “I wanted to race him clean. I was going to turn him around or anything like that, so stayed low below him and got him a little bit loose through 1 and 2 that allowed me to get position and then into Turn 3 we both got sideways. READ FULL STORY

Camping World Truck Series Results: Nemechek Gets Gateway Win

John Hunter Nemechek

MADISON, Ill. – “Happy Father’s Day!” a crew member shouted at team owner Joe Nemechek Saturday night as track workers put together the Victory Lane stage behind them. Nemechek had already passed out a half dozen hugs and handshakes to other members of the team he owns, NEMCO Motorsports. “Incredible,” was all Nemechek could muster in response after watching his son, John Hunter Nemechek, pass Matt Crafton late in the race and win the NASCAR Camping World Trucks Series Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park.

It was the fourth win of John Hunter’s Truck Series career, all of them driving for his father. But it was the first in which his father was also a participant. The win puts John Hunter Nemechek in elite company. Other sons to win a NASCAR national series race against their father include Richard Petty, Kyle Petty, Davey Allison and Dale Earnhardt Jr. READ FULL STORY

NHRA releases 24-race Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule for 2018 season. Wild Horse Pass is on the Schedule!!!

NHRA announced its 24-race 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule, featuring intense racing action at tracks across the country.  Millions of fans will witness sensory-overloading side-by-side racing action where winners and losers can be separated by mere inches at speeds exceeding 330 mph.

All 24 events during the busy season will be aired exclusively on FOX Sports and for selected events on the FOX broadcast network, with live and near-live coverage of most of the events.  Over 575 hours of programming will feature action from Friday and Saturday qualifying rounds and Sunday finals.

The lineup for the four-race back-to-back stretch that starts the slate of busy racing action in the summer months will change in 2018. The Route 66 NHRA Nationals at Route 66 Raceway moves earlier to May 31- June 3. The NHRA New England Nationals at scenic New England Dragway outside of Boston moves later to July 6-8.

The 2018 season will begin at the venerable Auto Club Raceway at Pomona in Southern California with the NHRA Winternationals, Feb. 8-11, and closes at the renowned dragstrip with the final race of the Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship playoffs, the Auto Club NHRA Finals, Nov. 8-11.

Mello YelloFollowing the season-opener, the series returns to Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park near Phoenix for the NHRA Arizona Nationals, Feb. 23-25.  READ FULL STORY