Kyle Larson Wins XFINITY Race in Dover, Byron Wins Dash 4 Cash

Kyle Larson started on the pole for Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at the Dover International Speedway. The race ended with him on top too. Larson, dominated in leading a race-high 137 of the 200 laps en route to his third victory of the season and eighth of his XFINITY Series career. Furthermore, Larson is dominating in his starts this year, with a runner-up and third place effort to go along with his three wins. 

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Kyle Busch, Kyle Larson Top Cup Practices on Saturday in Dover

It was a Kyle and Kyle show on Saturday at the Dover International Speedway, as Kyle Busch topped the speed charts in this mornings Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice, while Kyle Larson led the way in final practice later on in the morning. Busch, who earned his first career Dover pole on Friday, turned a lap around the 1-mile oval at 158.040 mph in his No. 18 Toyota this morning. Ryan Blaney was second quickest with a speed of 157.929 mph in his No. 21 Ford, while Martin Truex…

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Kyle Busch Earns Cup Pole at Dover, Toyota’s Sweep Top 2 Rows

It was a Toyota lockout of the first two rows for Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Dover International Speedway, as three Joe Gibbs Racing cars and a Furniture Row Racing entry swept qualifying spots 1-2-3-4. Kyle Busch earned his first Coors Light Pole Award of the 2017 season, and first of his career at Dover, turning a lap of 158.954 mph in his No. 18 Toyota for his 20th career Cup pole. The JGR driver finished second at Charlotte last weekend, and now hopes to get…

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Can Kyle Larson Turn Things Around This Weekend in Dover?

For much of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Kyle Larson was sitting on top of the points standings. Unfortunately for him, he lost control of his grips on that honor last weekend in Charlotte, as a practice crash forced him to miss out on qualifying. He’d start 39th in the Coca-Cola 600. Then, in the actual race itself, he finished 33rd. It was his third finish outside the top 10 in the last four races. That feat comes after six top sixes, five of which in the…

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Kevin Harvick Earns Coca-Cola 600 Pole

Last time the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series was on the Charlotte Motor Speedway for a points paying race, Kevin Harvick earned the pole for the Bank of America 500 last Fall. Tonight, Harvick earned his second straight points paying pole at the 1.5-mile North Carolina track, turning a lap of 193.424 mph in his No. 4 Ford in Round Three of Coors Light Pole Qualifying en route to his third pole of the 2017 season. Harvick, is a two-time winner of the Coca-Cola 600 (6 p.m. ET/FOX/PRN), winning in…

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Kyle Larson Has Good Shot at Another Win on Sunday Night in Coca-Cola 600

The 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season has gone about as good as one could go for points leader Kyle Larson. The Chip Ganassi Racing driver has five top two’s and seven top six finishes in 11 races. The only problem is, that he’s only taken his No. 42 Chevrolet to victory lane just once all year despite those lofty stats. But, that could change on Sunday night at the Charlotte Motor Speedway for NASCAR’s longest race of the season, the Coca-Cola 600. Larson, has yet to finish in…

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Kyle Busch Wins Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race

It’s been a rough start to the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season for the entire Joe Gibbs Racing organization. At this point last year, JGR had seven wins in the first 12 races. This season? Zero. But, Kyle Busch gave them some hope on Saturday night, as the Las Vegas native took his No. 18 Toyota to victory lane for the first time of his career in NASCAR’s All-Star race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. 

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