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Byron holds off Menard in Xfinity race
After taking the lead with 15 laps left, the teenage rookie used some savvy moves and a little luck Saturday to hold off the hard-charging Paul Menard for his third NASCAR Xfinity Series win in less than a month. The margin of 0. 108 seconds was the narrowest in race history, and he did it by successfully blocking the 2011 Brickyard 400 winner for the final two laps while dealing with a troublesome tire for the final 20.
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Crafton wins on dirt, ends drought
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.
Ray Sasser: Raffle gives you shot at prime lands
July 20-23 -- DFW Boat Expo at Market Hall, 2200 Interstate 35E in Dallas. Aug. 11-13 -- Texas Trophy Hunters Association's Hunters Extravaganza at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Aug. 15 -- New hunting and fishing licenses for 2017-18 become available. Aug. 31 -- Most hunting and fishing licenses for 2016-17 expire. Sept. 1 -- Dove season begins in the North and Central zones. Sept. 30 -- Archery season begins for deer and Rio Grande turkeys.
Motor sports: Mercedes’ Bottas wins Austrian GP
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas makes a great start from pole position to win the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday. Sebastian Vettel finishes just behind in second to extend his championship lead over main rival Lewis Hamilton.
Ledecky takes first loss at worlds
Djokovic done for year
Truex makes it look easy for third win of season
He soon was among the contenders before being penalized for speeding on pit road, overcoming that setback to pass Kyle Busch after the final restart. Dale Earnhardt Jr. led three laps and finished 12th, one spot higher than he started in his final Kentucky start.
Harvick earns his first win with Ford
"Getting our first win with Ford -- this has been a great journey for us as an organization and team," Harvick said. Martin Truex Jr. led 25 laps but suffered an engine failure and finished 37th.
Kiffin ready for start of first camp at FAU
Pirelli: Raikkonen’s lost tire not faulty
Motor sports: Power prevails in crash-filled TMS thriller
FORT WORTH — Three of the fastest drivers in the Verizon IndyCar Series engaged in a furious 19-lap battle to the finish Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway, and Will Power escaped with the victory in the Rainguard Water Sealers 600K when Takuma Sato and Scott Dixon crashed behind him with five laps remaining.