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Kyle Busch lands second straight Indy pole

Kyle Busch lands second straight Indy pole

Busch became the first NASCAR Cup Series driver in nearly two decades to win back-to-back Indy poles by saving his fastest lap for the final one of the day. His speed of 187. 301 mph was almost 1 mph faster than second-place Kevin Harvick and was the second-fastest pole-winning speed in the race's 24-year history.

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Earnhardt backs wife, blames himself for Clash debate

Earnhardt backs wife, blames himself for Clash debate

Five days after Amy Earnhardt wrote it wouldn't be "worth the risk" to see her husband compete in next year's Clash at Daytona, the 42-year-old driver explained outsiders don't understand what the family endured as he recovered from concussion-related symptoms last year.

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Dale Jarrett discusses Stewart, today’s race at TMS

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When the dramatic Chase for the Sprint Cup battle arrived in Fort Worth with three races to go, Gossage provided the drivers with boxing gear, and Stewart donned his robe and gloves in victory lane. “I think he’s one of the greatest talents to come along in this sport, and motor sports in general,” Jarrett said.

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Johnson wins Duck Commander 500

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FORT WORTH — Kevin Harvick knocked Joey Logano out of the way and thought he was about to pass Jamie McMurray for the lead with 15 laps to go, but Jimmie Johnson ducked underneath both of them and pulled away to win the Duck Commander 500 on Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway.