William Byron Shows He’s The Real Deal, Wins Lilly Diabetes 250

INDIANAPOLIS – About a month ago, William Byron finished second in the closest margin of victory, or in his case, defeat, at the Michigan International Speedway. What has he done since? Three victories, a third place finish and seventh place effort. 

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Top 5 Favorites For Lilly Diabetes 250 (3:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/IMS Radio Network)

INDIANAPOLIS – On paper, it would seem like Kyle Busch would be the easy favorite to win Saturday’s Lilly Diabetes 250 (3:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/IMS Radio Network). He won not just the NASCAR XFINITY Series race here at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway the last two years, but he also won the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race two straight years too. On top of that, Busch has won the last two races on the XFINITY Series season entering this weekend too. But, this weekend at the famed 2.5-mile track is different. NASCAR…

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Sadler/Allgaier Lead XFINITY Series Practices at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Friday

INDIANAPOLIS – Major changes were made to the NASCAR XFINITY Series cars ahead of this weekend’s Lilly Diabetes 250 (3:30 p.m. ET/NBCSN/IMS Radio Network). NASCAR has added restrictor plates, the same ones you’d see at Daytona and Talladega in efforts to slow the cars down and help them run in a pack. They also added new aero ducts to the front end of each of the 40 cars here this weekend, meaning the drag would be so much, that the leader couldn’t get away. That’s why the two 55-minute practice sessions…

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Kyle Busch Scores 175 Career NASCAR Victory With XFINITY Series Win in New Hampshire

Kyle Busch is now just 25 wins away from tying Richard Petty for the most NASCAR victory of all-time. Busch, cruised to his 175th career NASCAR victory on Saturday afternoon at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. 89 of the 175 trips to victory lane have occurred in the NASCAR XFINITY Series though, including Saturday’s triumph in the Overton’s 200 at the Magic Mile. The win was Busch’s second straight on the season, after winning last Saturday in the rain delayed event at the Kentucky Speedway. It was also Busch’s second…

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Success on 1-Mile Tracks This Season Has JR Motorsports Confident for New Hampshire This Weekend

After a short track at Iowa, superspeedway at Daytona and 1.5-mile track at Kentucky last weekend, the NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers are gearing up for another discipline, a 1-mile track at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this week. That has JR Motorsports excited, as they know they have the cars to compete at the Magic Mile on Saturday afternoon. In the two races on one-mile tracks this year, JR Motorsports drivers have thrived. 

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Kyle Busch Earns Pole For the Alsco 300 (12 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN) at Kentucky

Sparta, KY – Kyle Busch was toying with the field for the first two rounds of Coors Light Pole Award qualifying at the Kentucky Speedway on Friday afternoon. Busch, was 17th and fourth respectively through the first two rounds at the 1.5-mile track. But, in round three, the final round of qualifying for the rain cancelled Alsco 300 (12 p.m. ET/NBCSN/PRN) it was money time for Busch. 

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Can Byron/Nemecheck Go 3 In-A-Row This Weekend in Kentucky?

No one is hotter in all of NASCAR right now than both William Byron and John Hunter Nemechek. Both drivers have each won the last two races on their respective series’ schedule heading to the 1.5-mile Kentucky Speedway this weekend. Nemechek, 20, got his streak started in emotional fashion just three weeks ago, with a late race pass for the win on Fathers Day Weekend at Gateway. A week later, the second generation driver was there once again, with another late race pass for a victory at the Iowa Speedway,…

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