1. NASCAR Claims Mayfield Lied in Federal Court

    On a Monday round of court filings by NASCAR to ask U.S. District Court Judge Graham Mullen to lift the injunction granted to Jeremy Mayfield on July 1, NASCAR claimed that Mayfield lied to the federal court last week while describing a July 6 drug test..

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  2. Dover Camping World Truck Series Race Postponed Until Saturday

    NASCAR officials were forced to postpone the AAA Insurance 200 Camping World Truck Series race, scheduled for Friday night, after rain moved into Dover International Speedway...

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  3. Martin Truex Jr. Mum On Future

    Silly Season is slowly beginning in the Sprint Cup Series and the first "driver up for bids" appears to be Martin Truex Jr.Truex Jr...

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  4. Ken Butler III Ready for First Race As a Dad

    Ken Butler III, driver of the No. 23 Aaron’s Chevrolet at R3 Motorsports, has had many career firsts so far in his young NASCAR career...

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  5. Logano's Nationwide Series Career Is Officially One Year Old

    It was May 31, 2008 when Joey Logano, nicknamed “Sliced Bread,” made his NASCAR career debut at Dover International Speedway.Logano was just one week over the age of 18 and was finally allowed to enter NASCAR's national touring series...

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  6. NASCAR Shows True Honor, Stops Race To Honor Troops

    NASCAR showed its true blue-collar appeal during Monday’s Coca-Cola 600, moving away from the corporate view they had taken on in the past few years to honor the fine men and women who serve our country...

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  7. Tony Stewart: A Good Guy Won The Race

    No one likes to lose, but Tony Stewart said after the Coca-Cola 600 that a good guy won the race.That good guy was David Reutimann...

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  8. NASCAR Confiscates Robby Gordon's Rear Axle Housing

    During post-race inspection, NASCAR found a possible issue with the rear axle housing on the No. 7 Jim Beam/Operation Home Front Toyota driven by Robby Gordon, who finished third in the Coca-Cola 600...

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  9. Charlotte Race Postponement Easier Than Most Postponements

    Lowe's Motor Speedway is probably the only track that team owners don't dread a rain out, mostly because the track is located only a few miles from many of the teams's headquarters...

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  10. Rain Postpones Coca-Cola 600 to Monday

    Rain showers in the area that have been on and off since 6:00 PM ET have forced NASCAR officials to postpone the Coca-Cola 600 until Monday at Noon ET...

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  11. Mike Bliss Wins Rain Shortened Nationwide Race

    It wasn't exactly the exciting finish we have come to expect from Lowe's Motor Speedway. Unless you're Mike Bliss...

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  12. Nemechek Gets Sponsor For Coca-Cola 600

    Joe Nemechek, who qualified 11th for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600, will have sponsorship from G.P.'s Enterprises, Inc. on his No. 87 Toyota Camry. G.P.'s Enterprises, Inc., based in Auburn, G...

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  13. Scott Riggs Gets Sponsor For Coca-Cola 600

    Scott Riggs and the No. 36 Tommy Baldwin Racing team has signed Cooter’s Backyard Bar & Grill as a primary sponsor for Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600 at Lowe's Motor Speedway...

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  14. Edwards Wins Nationwide Pole at Charlotte

    Carl Edwards earned his fourth Nationwide Series pole, and 15th career Nationwide Series pole, Saturday afternoon at Lowe's Motor Speedway for Saturday night's Carquest Auto Parts 300...

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  15. Denny Hamlin Fastest In Second Coca-Cola 600 Practice

    Denny Hamlin turned in the fastest lap of the field after Saturday morning's Sprint Cup Series practice. Hamlin recorded a lap of 29.294 seconds, 0.031 seconds faster than Greg Biffle, who was second on the speed charts...

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  16. Bill Elliott Qualifies for 800th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Start

    Fans witnessed another moment of history Thursday night during pole qualifying for the Coca-Cola 600.Bill Elliott, more popularly known as "Awesome Bill from Dawsonville," will join ...

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  17. Kyle Busch "Very Disappointed" in Qualifying Attempt

    Most drivers would be overjoyed with a second-place qualifying effort at Lowe's Motor Speedway.Not Kyle Busch.After Busch's qualifying lap, he said that he was very disappointed in the effort, and that the lap wasn't what he and his team wanted...

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  18. A Historical Thing: The Coca-Cola 600

    After 50 years, it comes to no surprise of the amount of history that has transpired since the track’s inaugural event in 1960.The inaugural event was originally scheduled to run on Memorial Day...

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  19. No. 46 Cup Team Gets Suspensions, Fines for Engine Violation

    NASCAR announced today that Carl Long, driver of the No. 46 car in the Sprint Cup Series; and Danielle Long, owner of the No...

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  20. Jeff Burton Making Nationwide History With 300th Start At Lowe's

    Jeff Burton has come a long way since he made his first start in the Nationwide Series. That race wasn't a fair indicator of the Nationwide Series success that has brought him 27 wins, 88 top-fives, ...

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  21. Good Finish Gives Matt Kenseth More Confidence For the Coca-Cola 600

    They always say that finishing first is the only thing that matters at the All-Star Race. However, second-place is pretty good when it comes to earning confidence as the NASCAR Sprint ...

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  22. Carl Edwards: I Learned Tons Of Stuff

    Despite being an All-Star Race, many teams use Saturday’s race as a testing session for the upcoming Coca-Cola 600 Sunday night at the same track...

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  23. NASCAR Rookie Logano Thanks Fans, Learns A Lot at All-Star Race

    Rookie Joey Logano, who finished ninth after leading 19 laps two weeks ago at the Southern 500 at Darlington, appeared to be on a momentum-gaining streak as he headed into the All-Star weekend...

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  24. Jeff Burton's No. 31 Team Wins NASCAR Pit Crew Challenge

    The No. 31 Caterpillar Chevrolet team, driven by Jeff Burton, won the pit crew challenge after defeating the No. 43 Air Force Dodge team, driven by Reed Sorenson, in the final round of Thursday’s Sprint Pit Crew Challenge...

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