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6:54 PM ET Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Denny Hamlin was surrounded by Joe Gibbs Racing teammates at the front on the final restart, and that put Chase Elliott in the most difficult and precarious of situations. Somehow, he figured, he needed to find a way to beat them all to advance in NASCAR’s
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6:16 PM ET Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Brandon Jones raced to his first career Xfinity Series victory Saturday at Kansas Speedway after a lapped car wrecked what was shaping up to be an entertaining duel between playoff contenders Chase Briscoe and Christopher Bell. It wasn’t the end of the drama, either. Fellow playoff
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10:36 PM ET Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Christian Eckes won the ARCA Series finale along with its season championship Friday night. The 18-year-old from Greenville, New York, had a 15-point lead on Venturini Motorsports teammate Michael Self heading into the race at Kansas Speedway. Self went to the front early in the race
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12:49 PM ET Associated Press DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR closed its $2 billion purchase of International Speedway Corp. on Friday, bringing under the sanctioning body’s control 12 tracks that include Daytona, Talladega and Miami-Homestead Speedway. The merger was announced in May, and shareholders voted to approve it on Wednesday. The sale merges the two
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4:13 PM ET Associated Press CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Clint Bowyer has reached an agreement with Stewart-Haas Racing to return to the No. 14 Ford next season. Bowyer has been with SHR for three of his 15 seasons in the Cup Series. His extension, announced Thursday, came as the Kansas native headed to his home track
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1:41 PM ET Associated Press CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Two NASCAR teams on their way to Kansas Speedway were involved in separate traffic incidents that damaged race cars. JTG Daugherty Racing owner Tad Geschickter said Thursday that the team transporter for Ryan Preece‘s No. 47 Cup Series entry caught fire while traveling to Kansas. He said
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3:25 PM ET Associated Press CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has signed a multiyear deal to drive for JTG Daugherty Racing, essentially completing a swap of drivers with Roush Fenway Racing after that team announced Chris Buescher wouldn’t return next season. The 32-year-old Stenhouse was notified last month that he would be replaced by
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