2020 Cup Playoff outlook after Texas

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Austin Dillon's win at Texas Motor Speedway shakes up the 2020 Cup Playoff picture with eight races remaining.

Dillon secures Playoff spot with a win at Texas

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The Welcome, NC native capitalized over a late pit strategy call, late restarts and a battle with teammate Reddick to grab a win to the Playoffs at the Lone Star state.

Weekend schedule for Texas Motor Speedway

All three national series will compete at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend. First up is the Xfinity Series race Saturday afternoon followed by the Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series race at 8 p.m. The NASCAR Cup Series will close out the weekend’s events with the O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 on Sunday at 3 p.m.

Bowman to make 100th start with Hendrick Motorsports at Texas

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The Arizona native reaches a significant milestone in his third full-time season driving for HMS in the Cup Series.

Harvick to reach milestone start at Texas

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The 2014 Cup champion is set to become the 17th competitor to achieve 700 starts in NASCAR's premier series.

Logano to reach 600 starts across NASCAR at Texas

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The 2018 Cup champion will reach a significant milestone across NASCAR's three national division series at the Lone Star state.

Chase Elliott follows in his father’s footsteps to win the All-Star Race at Bristol

"To join dad in winning this event, heck, I mean, that's not just special, that's a lot of years and a lot of history for everything to come full circle like that," Elliott said. “It's pretty dang cool.”

Almirola draws second pole of 2020 for Texas

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The Floridian for Stewart-Haas Racing becomes the second multi-pole winner by random draw for a Cup Series race.

Opinion: Wallace’s detractors proof that NASCAR “fandom” can still be pretty toxic

For some, it's rocket science. The same morons who no doubt grudgingly wear their face mask in public underneath their noses are the same folks stuck in Talladega a month ago, looking for any reason they can to discredit Wallace. "LOL Bubba Smollett!" Actually, Wallace didn't find the noose, his crew did. "It was fake!" Actually, the noose was there awhile - talk about poor coincidence. "NASCAR is pandering to Wallace!" Well Karen, if you weren't boasting about wanting to drag Wallace around pit road with your truck's bumper then maybe his crew and the NASCAR officials wouldn't feel like they need to be on their guard.

Elliott records first All-Star triumph at Bristol

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The second-generation driver from Dawsonville, GA, prevailed in a late shootout against NASCAR's elite to win the million dollar prize at Thunder Valley.