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The Big 6: Questions Answered After Kyle Larson Smokes the Field at Homestead-Miami

Kyle Larson celebrates a NASCAR Cup Series win at Homestead-Miami Speedway, October 2022.

(Photo: Tim Parks/Harold Hinson Photography)

Ross Chastain and AJ Allmendinger put on a textbook example of hard, aggressive and respectful racing behind Kyle Larson at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Monday Morning Pit Box: Martin Truex Jr. Spin Lowlight Of Drivers Struggling On Pit Lane

Martin Truex Jr. stares down pit road at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. (Photo: NKP)

#19: Martin Truex Jr, Joe Gibbs Racing, Bass Pro Shops Toyota Camry

In a race where not too many cautions flew, tire strategy was king, but Lady Luck still found a way to intervene in the final stage as Martin Truex Jr. both won and lost the race on pit lane.

Ben Rhodes Denies Stewart Friesen Championship 4 Berth by 1 Point

#99: Ben Rhodes, ThorSport Racing, Toyota Tundra Bombardier Learjet 75, #52: Stewart Friesen, Halmar Friesen Racing, Toyota Tundra Halmar International

For the second consecutive year, Stewart Friesen failed to make the playoffs. Even worse, he lost the championship finale entry to Ben Rhodes by the smallest of margins – one point.

4 Burning Questions: It’s Time for NASCAR Drivers to Stop Treating Themselves as Invincible

#5: Kyle Larson, Hendrick Motorsports, HendrickCars.com Chevrolet Camaro, #45: Bubba Wallace, 23XI Racing, McDonald's Toyota Camry crashing, NKP

(Photo: Nigel Kinrade Photography)

The 2022 season has been full of drivers taking matters into their own hands on the track, with Las Vegas being the most recent occurrence. It’s time for that to end.

Truckin’ Thursdays: Setting the Truck Series Championship 4

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Ty Majeski looks on in a black firesuit, NKP

(Photo: Nigel Kinrade Photography)

Heading into the Baptist Health 200, only one Truck Series driver in Ty Majeski can breathe easy after locking himself into the Championship 4.

John Hunter Nemechek Wins 7th Truck Pole of Season at Talladega

#4: John Hunter Nemechek, Kyle Busch Motorsports, Pye-Barker Fire & Safety Toyota Tundra

John Hunter Nemechek did it again in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying on Friday (Sept. 30), as he claimed his seventh pole of 2022 with a speed of 178.767 mph in the final round of qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway. It was a blistering lap, as Nemechek was more than a mile-per-hour faster than everyone …

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