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Dominant Harvick Prevails in Electric Late Restart Duel with Logano To Win at Brickyard

Kevin Harvick joined an exclusive club of multi-time winners at Indianapolis Motor Speedway by dominating an electric Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard Powered by Florida Georgia Line from the pole Sunday, Sept. 8.

Byron, Hamlin, Larson ready for Playoffs

Byron had a close call with his teammate Jimmie Johnson at the beginning of Stage 3 but fortunately carried on and wound up with a fourth-place effort.

Blaney and Elliott earn top-10 finishes, playoff bound

Consistency is why Ryan Blaney did not have to worry about making the Playoffs. The No. 12 team had no wins coming into the Indy race but had seven top fives and 11 top-10 finishes.

Wallace scores best career finish since Daytona 500 in 2018

Bubba Wallace driving the famed No. 43 of Richard Petty Motorsports brought home the No. 43 World Wide Technology Chevrolet to a third-place finish.

Suarez misses out on Playoffs

Daniel Suarez could not afford any trouble at Indy as he was tied with Ryan Newman after the Southern 500 in Darlington last week.

Johnson’s playoff hopes end in crash

Jimmie Johnson was a long shot coming into the Brickyard hoping to make the NASCAR Playoffs. And the No. 48 crew was below the cut line most of the race.

Brandon Jones rebounds to top-10 finish at Indy

Brandon Jones and his No. 19 IK9 Toyota qualified on the outside pole on Saturday to give him great starting track position.

Allgaier comes up short going at Indy

Justin Allgaier came oh so close of scoring two consecutive wins at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The JR Motorsports No. 7 driver qualified eighth and had a strong car all day long, finishing second.

Jeb Burton gets emotional top five finish at Indy

It's not very often you get see Jeb Burton compete in the Xfinity Series, but when he does, you can expect him to bring the best out of the car and run up front. The same was seen today at Indianapolis.

Eckes takes home dirt win at DuQuoin

Christian Eckes broke through and won the Southern Illinois 100 for the first time in his career. The Venturini Motorsports driver took the lead on lap 10 and never looked back, as Eckes led 91 laps en route to victory.