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Briscoe and Nemechek earn top-fives at Bristol

Briscoe tried to catch Tyler Reddick but was not fast enough to do so and fell .655 seconds short of winning at Bristol. However, despite finishing second, the No. 98 driver isn't pleased with the finish.

Austin Cindric comes up short for hat trick at Bristol

In what has been a dominant couple of weeks for Cindric and Team Penske with wins at the road courses at Watkins Glen and Mid-Ohio, Cindric was ready to finally win on an oval.

Kyle Busch has tough night at Bristol after engine failure

With an Xfinity Series race at Bristol, you had to expect that Kyle Busch wasn't going to miss this one. It was Busch's first race back in the series since Watkins Glen a few weeks ago, where he had the suspension problem.

Justin Allgaier disappointed with outing at Bristol

It was oh so close for Allgaier and the No. 7 JR Motorsports Chevy who had the car to beat late in the race. He qualified third and was dominant throughout the stages, finishing second in Stage 1 and leading for a short while for 22 laps.

Enfinger rounds out top five finishers at Bristol

After leading 57 laps and qualifying 14th, regular-season champion Enfinger came home fifth at Bristol.

Smith comes home second in Bristol outing

It was an impressive run for Chandler Smith and his No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports team as they came home in the second position after having a shot to win the race late.

DiBenedetto reveals he is not returning to Leavine Family Racing

Matt DiBenedetto revealed Thursday on social media that he will not return to Leavine Family Racing for the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.

Ankrum’s strong run ends in wreck

The No. 17 of Tyler Ankrum was having a great run going at Michigan International Speedway until he was involved in a wreck with four laps to go after a push gone wrong.

Creed falls short of making the Playoffs

It was win or bust for Sheldon Creed and his No. 2 GMS Racing coming into the regular-season finale.

Dillon and Hemric qualifying times disallowed

It was announced by NASCAR after the Monster Energy Cup Series qualifying that the times of the Richard Childress Racing's No. 3 of Austin Dillon and the No. 8 of Daniel Hemric were disallowed due to having unapproved alternators.