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Darrell Wallace Jr. Posts 5th-Straight 6th-Place Finish

When Darrell Wallace Jr. took the checkered flag in Saturday afternoon’s My Bariatric Solutions 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, he posted his fifth-straight sixth-place finish. After struggling through much of last season with just three top fives and nine top 10s and finishing 11th in the standings, Wallace opened the …

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Cole Custer Scores First Top-5 Finish of the Year

Cole Custer scored his first top-five finish of the season Saturday afternoon at Texas Motor Speedway when he took the checkered flag in fifth. Behind the wheel of the No. 00 Ford for the newly-created Stewart-Haas Racing XFINITY Series effort, Custer started sixth and had to bide his time to …

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Erik Jones Dominates XFINITY Series My Bariatric Solutions 300 at Texas

Erik Jones dominated and his second XFINIT Y Series win at Texas Motor Speedway in the My Bariatric Solutions 300 Saturday afternoon, leading 112 laps along the way to a half-second margin of victory over Ryan Blaney. “We really didn’t make many adjustments. (Chris) Gabehart (crew chief) did a great …

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Joey Logano Takes XFINITY Series Pole at Texas

Joey Logano scored his second pole of the season with a 192.768 mph lap for Saturday afternoon’s XFINITY Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. Erik Jones joins Logano on the front row and will start second after getting loose on his hot lap. Austin Dillon, Ryan Blaney and rookie William …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: 5 Drivers That Stand Out 2 Races In

Around this time each year, I feel like it’s required to, once again, complain that there are way too many off weeks early in the season.  At this point, that argument falls on deaf ears. I mean, sure there’s that extra race in Atlanta to follow-up the season-opener, but that …

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Truckin’ Thursdays: Jordan Anderson’s Power of Persistence

The Camping World Truck Series may be off-track until April, but you can bet one driver is working double-time, hoping to find a way to get back on track when the series reaches Martinsville on April 1. After an incident at Atlanta Motor Speedway last weekend, Jordan Anderson, who made …

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