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Daniel Suarez Wins Quaker State 400 Pole at Kentucky

Daniel Suarez claimed the pole at Kentucky Speedway for Saturday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series’ Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart. Saurez turned his No. 41 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford Mustang to the top of the leaderboard with a speed of 184.590 mph. In second was his teammate Aric Almirola in …

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Austin Cindric Wins Xfinity Pole at Kentucky

Despite having his crew chief Brian Wilson ejected out of Kentucky Speedway for body modifications on Thursday (July 12), Austin Cindric rebounded to win the pole for Friday’s Alsco 300. Cindric laid down a lap of 180.030 mph, .060 seconds ahead of defending race winner Christopher Bell (179.623 mph). The …

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Kurt Busch, Brad Keselowski Top Cup Practices at Kentucky

Kurt Busch and three-time Kentucky winner Brad Keselowski topped the two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice sessions on Friday (July 12), ahead of Saturday’s Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart at Kentucky Speedway. Practice One It wasn’t until the final minute of the session when Busch turned his quickest …

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Stewart Friesen’s Wild Day Ends with Runner-Up Finish

Stewart Friesen had himself a day on Thursday (July 11) at Kentucky Speedway. But when the checkered flag flew, the Canada native picked up yet another runner-up finish. Friesen’s nightmarish day began prior to opening Gander Outdoors Truck Series practice when NASCAR confiscated the No. 52 Chevrolet because it didn’t …

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Stars & Stories Make NASCAR’s 2nd-Tier Tour a Must-Watch

There’s a great rivalry brewing in the NASCAR garage, one filled with stars from various backgrounds competing for different manufacturers and each bringing their own personality and flavor to the championship chase. Here’s the thing, though – it isn’t in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. NASCAR’s best young rivalry …

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NASCAR 101: Cup Stats at the Halfway Mark

After 18 races, the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season is officially halfway complete. This weekend at Kentucky Speedway marks race 19 of 36, the climb down the mountain after an 18-race incline. At no other point this season (and in none before now) has the series been as ripe …

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