Keselowski captures the Coca-Cola 600 in overtime

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Seizing a late opportunity when it counted most, Brad Keselowski fought his way from the rear of the field and held off Jimmie Johnson in overtime to win the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Kurt Busch wins the pole for the Coca-Cola 600

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In the first qualifying session since NASCAR's return to on-track racing amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Kurt Busch claimed the pole position for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Kevin Harvick tames the Lady in Black on NASCAR’s return to racing

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Kevin Harvick found victory in the Real Heroes 400 at Darlington Raceway earning his 50th win in the series.

Harvick wins Darlington in NASCAR’s comeback

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Sitting at home to cover a race on television is not the ideal place to be on race day, but one could not fail to realize how important this had become.

Hamlin delivers at virtual North Wilkesboro

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Denny Hamlin would find victory lane at virtual North Wilkesboro after making an aggressive move on Ross Chastain within the final laps.

William Byron tames the virtual Monster Mile in dominating fashion

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William Byron once again found success in the NASCAR Pro Invitational iRacing Series, winning at Dover.

Joey Logano holds off the field to win at Phoenix

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Joey Logano found victory lane Sunday afternoon at Phoenix Raceway. It was Logano's 25th win of his career and second of the season, making him the first repeat winner of the 2020 NASCAR Cup season.

Alex Bowman dominates at Auto Club

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After showcasing a ton of speed at Las Vegas, Alex Bowman struck gold Sunday afternoon as he found himself celebrating in victory lane at Auto Club Speedway.

Bowyer notches fourth career Cup Series pole at Auto Club Speedway

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With a time of 40.086 seconds and a speed of 179.614 mph, Kansas native Clint Bowyer qualified on the pole for this Sunday's Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Raceway. Bowyer narrowly edged out fan-favorite Jimmie Johnson for the pole by 0.007 seconds.

Hamlin wins second consecutive Daytona 500

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It took two overtimes and a 24-hour delay, but Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 for the second consecutive time of his career. This is the first time a driver has won back to back 500s since Sterling Marlin in 1994-1995.