Kyle Busch Found To Have 2 Unsecured Lug Nuts After 5th Place Finish at Sonoma

We’re now 16 races into the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season and Joe Gibbs Racing has yet to reach victory lane. Kyle Busch is the only one to win this year, but that was the non points paying All-Star race at Charlotte last month. Really, since the start of May, Busch has had four top fives and six top 10 finishes over the last seven races. But, if he’s going to keep that streak going next week at Daytona, and finally pull his No. 18 Toyota to victory…

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Kevin Harvick Becomes 10th Different Winner Of Season With Triumph In Sonoma

Kevin Harvick knows road course racing isn’t a strong suit of this, that’s why he entered Saturday’s K&N Pro Series West race at the Sonoma Raceway on Saturday. He’d reach victory lane rather easily in that event. Today, he had to do it with 39 of his peers at NASCAR’s top level. He was able to triumph again in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race too. 

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Kyle Larson Earns Toyota/Save Mart 350 Pole, Ganassi Sweeps Front Row

Kyle Larson is on a roll. After winning last weekend’s race at Michigan, Larson backed that up with his second straight Coors Light Pole Award with earning the pole for Sunday’s Toyota/Save Mart 350 (3 p.m. ET/FS1/PRN) at Sonoma on Saturday. Larson, turned a lap of 95.195 mph in his No. 42 Chevrolet in Wine Country, which was his third Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series pole of the season. 

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Denny Hamlin Makes Last Lap, Last Turn Pass to Win Closest XFINITY Series Finish Ever at Michigan

William Byron was five laps away from his first NASCAR XFINITY Series victory of his young career. Then, a caution came out with five laps-to-go for fellow rookie Matt Tifft spinning his No. 19 Toyota on the 2-mile Michigan International Speedway oval. Instead of cruising to his first win, he’d have to endure a final restart. Byron, got a good jump and was holding off a furious charge from Denny Hamlin. When Hamlin, got to his door, it allowed a frantic battle on the backstretch on the final lap. That…

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Truex/Keselowski Lead Cup Practices, Johnson, Allmendinger to Backup Cars

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers had two more opportunities on the Michigan International Speedway to get their cars right before Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 (3:30 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN). These were the final two practice sessions of the race weekend on the 2-mile Irish Hills oval. In the first session, Martin Truex Jr. topped the speed charts with a speed of 198.385 mph in his No. 78 Toyota. Truex, qualified for Sunday’s race on the front row, as he qualified second on Friday, missing the pole by just 0.007-seconds. 

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Will We See an 8th Different XFINITY Series Winner in As Many Races This Weekend at Michigan

Dating back to 2010, there’s been seven NASCAR XFNITY Series races at the Michigan International Speedway. The annual June trip has produced seven different winners in those seven visits to the Irish Hills. This begs the question, will we see number eight in Saturday’s Irish Hills 250 (1:30 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN)?

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Kyle Larson Wins the Pole for Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan

The first two Coors Light Pole Awards for Kyle Larson were due to rainouts. This time though, the pole was due to pure speed. Larson, turned a lap of 202.156 mph on Friday afternoon at the Michigan International Speedway, good enough to earn the top starting spot for Sunday’s FireKeepers Casino 400 (3 p.m. ET/FS1/MRN). The lap was turned on the final lap of the third and final round of the qualifying session, besting Martin Truex Jr. by just 0.007-seconds. Larson, was the points leader entering Martinsville and Bristol this season,…

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