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The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Talladega

Fall is in the air as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series trekked into Alabama this weekend for its second visit to Talladega Superspeedway of 2017. On the upside, at least there weren’t any cars in the air this time around. However, Talladega still chewed ’em up and spit em …

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The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After New Hampshire

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series returned to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the second event of the 2017 playoffs. Alas, it was likely the final time that the track will host a playoff event, as the race date moves to Las Vegas next season. Regardless of your opinion of the …

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The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Chicagoland

This weekend kicked off the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs at Chicagoland Speedway. 16 drivers began their pursuit of the biggest prize in stock car racing. One driver is chasing his record setting eighth crown. Five more are after title number two. The other 10 are seeking to add …

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The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Richmond

This weekend marked the final opportunity for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers to earn their shot at the playoffs. 13 drivers arrived at Richmond Raceway with a win (well, the unencumbered kind), which left three more nervously hanging on to the top 16. The final three were far …

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The 10: NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings After Darlington

The stars of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series were kicking it old school this weekend for the annual visit to Darlington Raceway. The throwback celebration has been a massive hit with both fans and competitors alike since its inception three years ago. From the retro paint schemes and uniforms …

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James Davison Paces Final Xfinity Practice Session

James Davison will make just his third NASCAR XFINITY Series start on Sunday at Road America. He’s proven to be a quick learner, as he posted the fastest time in final practice Saturday afternoon. The Australian driver clocked a best lap of 108.691 mph in the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 20 …

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