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Keselowski earns first Truck Series win

BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) Brad Keselowski earned his first NASCAR Truck Series victory on Thursday, becoming the first father-son duo to do so.

Keselowski passed defending champion Kyle Busch with 75 laps to go and held off Busch's teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. in the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Read More...

Gibbs waits to contact secluded Stewart

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (AP) Joe Gibbs is waiting for Tony Stewart to emerge from seclusion to reach out to his former driver.

Stewart has been in isolation since his car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. in an Aug. 8 sprint car race. Read More...

Toyota looking for more horsepower

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Denny Hamlin was clearly frustrated a week ago at Michigan, when some jockeying for position led to a confrontation with Dale Earnhardt Jr. after the race.

His Toyota engine is at the root of Hamlin's displeasure and the manufacturer doesn't disagree. Hamlin said after Sunday's race that he's doing everything he can to keep up with the Hendrick Motorsports engines. Read More...

Gordon gets first Michigan win since '01

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Jeff Gordon's third Sprint Cup win of the season came down to one crucial restart.

Gordon got the better of Joey Logano and led Sunday's race at Michigan International Speedway with 16 laps remaining. After that, he had little trouble maintaining a comfortable margin over Kevin Harvick, who ended up finishing second. Read More...

Cope to crew chief for Chase Elliott

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (AP) Ernie Cope will crew chief Chase Elliott next season at JR Motorsports.

Cope will replace Greg Ives at the end of the season. Ives is moving from JRM to Hendrick Motorsports to crew chief Dale Earnhardt Jr. Cope has been crew chief for JRM's part-time No. 5 Chevrolet, which has three wins this season with Kevin Harvick and Kasey Kahne. Read More...

Larson escapes fiery wreck at Michigan

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Kyle Larson hesitated ever so slightly before getting out of his car after crashing into the wall.

A new NASCAR rule was announced Friday ordering drivers to stay in their cars after accidents until they're told to get out. But there are exceptions for emergency situations, and the flames visible at the front and back of Larson's Chevrolet certainly qualified. Read More...

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