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Harvick edges Hamlin in final-lap clash to win in Loudon
  Ends 21-race winless streak with first victory of the season
Kevin Harvick sewed up his long-awaited first Monster Energy Series win of the season Sunday, benefiting from a bold pit strategy move and holding back Denny Hamlin’s last-lap charge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Harvick led 41 of the 301 laps in the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford holding an 0.210-second advantage at the drop of the checkered flag. 
Bell Puts On Command Performance at Louden
  NASCAR Xfinity Series ROXOR 200 at Loudon
Christopher Bell got just what he needed on an uncharacteristically hot day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway—a breeze. That's an apt description of Bell's victory in the ROXOR 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday. In winning for the fifth time this season and the second time in as many starts at the Magic Mile, Bell led 186 of 200 laps and crossed the finish line 4.068 seconds ahead of runner-up Cole Custer.
Keselowski wins Busch Pole in Loudon qualifying
  Ends his Qualifying drought
Brad Keselowski put a decisive end to his qualifying drought Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, edging Kyle Busch for the top starting spot in Sunday’s Foxwoods Resort Casino 301. Fastest on the first of his two laps in time trials, Keselowski beat Busch by .015 seconds, covering the one-mile distance in 27.927 seconds (136.384 mph). Busch clocked in at 136.311 mph.
Kurt Busch Edges Brother Kyle To Win At Kentucky
  Ends 64-race winless drought for owner Chip Ganassi
Denied victory at Daytona by an inopportune pit call last Sunday, Kurt Busch drove like lightning in a two-lap overtime dash to the finish to win Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway. Swapping sheet metal with brother Kyle Busch as the siblings battled for the victory throughout the overtime, Busch collected his first victory of the season in the No. 1 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet. The 2004 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion won for the first time at Kentucky and the 31st time in his career.
Suarez leads Stewart-Haas 1-2 in Qualifying
  At Kentucky
Daniel Suarez saved the best for last in Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series qualifying Friday at Kentucky Speedway. The 27-year-old driver from Monterrey, Mexico, was the last to run a qualifying lap at the 1.5-mile track, and he used the opportunity to knock Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Aric Almirola off the provisional pole for Saturday’s Quaker State 400
Cole Custer wins Kentucky Xfinity race
  in dominant style
Christopher Bell was dominant in the daytime, but when the sun set Friday over Kentucky Speedway, Cole Custer turned out the lights on his NASCAR Xfinity Series competition. Under the lights at the end of a 104-lap green-flag run to the conclusion of the Alsco 300, Custer’s No. 00 Ford crossed the finish line 1.651 seconds ahead of Bell’s No. 20 Toyota.
Truck Series Rookie Tyler Ankrum Nabs First Victory
  Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway
In a week that started with Justin Haley's remarkable upset win at Daytona on Sunday, 18-year-old Tyler Ankrum added another on Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway—and simultaneously threw a wrench into the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Playoff standings. Driving the No. 17 DGR-Crosley Toyota, Ankrum inherited the lead in the Buckle Up In Your Truck 225 at the 1.5-mile track when Brett Moffitt ran out of fuel on the next-to-last lap. Ankrum crossed the finish line 7.373 seconds ahead of runner-up Stewart Friesen.
Daytona Coke Zero Sugar 400 post-race Q&A
  Justin Haley and team
A driver never forgets his first big win, and today 20 year-old Justin Haley became the latest first-time winner with a lifetime of stories to tell. Haley and his No. 77 Fraternal Order of Eagles Camaro ZL1 team made their way through on-track wrecks, pit-road chaos and Mother Nature to be in position to be crowned the winner of the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway. 
Haley wins weather-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400
  First Cup win for Xfinity Series regular
Justin Haley won Sunday’s weather-shortened Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway, putting the No. 77 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet in Victory Lane for the first time. Haley, 20, held the lead when NASCAR red-flagged the race at Lap 127 of 160 because of lightning strikes within an 8-mile radius of the 2.5-mile track. After a wait of more than two hours, rain came into the area and the track eventually was lost.
Ross Chastain Wins in Wild Xfinity Race at Daytona
  Scores 1-2-3 Finish For Kaulig Racing
Kaulig Racing found the key to victory in Saturday night's Circle K Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway, and the team did so in triplicate. In a wild race that featured five multicar wrecks, hired gun Ross Chastain teammates Justin Haley and AJ Allmendinger across the finish line in a 1-2-3 finish for Kaulig Racing, which collected its first NASCAR victory. Chastain finished .109 seconds ahead of Haley and .206 ahead of Allmendinger, who made his first NASCAR start since last year and his first-ever Daytona start in a NASCAR Xfinity Series car.
Bowman holds off Larson to win at Chicagoland
  Gets his first ever Monster Cup win
Alex Bowman said he was tired of finishing 2nd, and dug deep to win his first Monster Cup race at Chicagoland Speedway over fellow Chevy driver Kyle Larson. Larson passed Bowman for the lead with about 8 laps to go and it appeared Larson had the race won.  But Bowman came back and got Larson back with five laps to go and held on to win. Joey Logano came home third in his Penske Ford while Jimmie Johnson and Brad Keselowski rounded out the top-5.
Cole Custer Dominates In Chicagoland Victory
  Fourth Xfinity Win of the Season
For the vast majority of Saturday’s Camping World 300 at Chicagoland Speedway it looked like another non-too-subtle reminder of how good the NASCAR Xfinity Series triumphant trio has been – championship leaders Cole Custer, Christopher Bell and Tyler Reddick showed the way. Ultimately it was Custer’s time to celebrate this weekend, leading a dominant 151 of the race’s 200 laps to take his fourth Xfinity win of the season in the No. 00 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford and the sixth victory of his career.

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