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Tony Stewart celebrates after winning the race and the traditional grandfather clock at Martinsville Speedway (Getty Images)
Tony Stewart celebrates after winning the race and the traditional grandfather clock at Martinsville Speedway (Getty Images)
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Tony Stewart Claims Third Chase Win [VIDEO]

Seven races down in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship and Tony Stewart has won three of them.  Five-time defending Cup champion Jimmie Johnson was in the lead with 3 laps to go yesterday at Martinville, but Stewart passed Johnson on a restart and held on during the final lap to move up two spots in the Chase
standings to second place with three races left.

Johnson settled for second and shaved 17 points off his deficit.  He still trails Edwards by 43 points.

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Matt Kenseth leads the field during Saturday night's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth leads the field during Saturday night's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
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Matt Kenseth Wins At Charlotte [VIDEO]

Matt Kenseth's victory at Charlotte on Saturday night puts him right in the thick of things with five races left in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.  Kenseth passed Kyle Busch on a restart with 25 laps left and claimed his third victory of the season.  It moved him up two spots in the standings to third, just seven points behind Chase leader Carl Edwards.

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Jimmie Johnson crosses the finish line first at Kansas Speedway (Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson crosses the finish line first at Kansas Speedway (Getty Images)
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Jimmie Johnson Wins At Kansas, Moves Back Into Sprint Cup Title Contention [VIDEO]

It’s been a long time coming but Jimmie Johnson is back in the win column after holding off Kasey Kahne in a green, white, checkered finish at Kansas Speedway.  Johnson dominated the race leading 197 laps for his 55th career victory.  But it came down to those final two laps after Jeff Gordon’s engine blew up.  Johnson stayed on the track with old tires and was still able to hold off Kahne and Brad Keselowski.

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Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards compete for track position at Kansas Speedway in June (Getty Images)
Jimmie Johnson and Carl Edwards compete for track position at Kansas Speedway in June (Getty Images)
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NASCAR Preview for Kansas

After 3 races, the Chase for the Sprint Cup is tight as the series moves to the heartland of America for the fourth race in the Chase.  Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards share the points lead, with the next seven drivers all within 19 points of the lead heading to Kansas Speedway.

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Kyle Busch, driving in all three races at Kentucky Speedway talks to Joey Logano (Getty Images)
Kyle Busch, driving in all three races at Kentucky Speedway talks to Joey Logano (Getty Images)
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Kentucky Speedway Racing Preview

Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Truck Series drivers are all at Kentucky Speedway this weekend and for Cup drivers it’ll be their first visit to the state of Kentucky in 57 years. 

Kentucky becomes the first track added to the Cup schedule since Chicagoland Speedway and Kansas Speedway in 2001.  The mile and a half track about 40 miles south of Cincinnati got a date on the schedule when Atlanta lost one of its two annual dates.  Atlanta’s only Cup event this year will be Labor Day weekend.  

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Cars enter the first two turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
Cars enter the first two turns at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
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Big NASCAR & Indy Car Races This Weekend

It’s my favorite weekend of the racing season with two big races back to back on Sunday starting with the 95th running of the Indy 500 followed by NASCAR’s longest race of the year – the Coca Cola 600 in Charlotte

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Carl Edwards does his signature back-flip off his wrecked car after winning the Sprint Cup All-Star race (Getty Imges)
Carl Edwards does his signature back-flip off his wrecked car after winning the Sprint Cup All-Star race (Getty Imges)
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Carl Edwards Wins The Sprint Cup All-Star Race

Unlike a lot of Sprint Cup races have gone this season Saturday night’s All-Star race wasn’t all that exciting.  Carl Edwards had the best car winning three of the four segments including the 10-lap “dash for the cash” and took home the $1.2-million grand prize.  He was the first into the pits for the mandatory 4-tire change before the final 10 laps and was the first one out then got a great re-start and the rest of the field couldn’t catch up.   For Edwards it was his first Sprint Cup All-Star race victory and he celebrated by tearing up his car.  It looked like he wanted to do some kind of slide thru the infield grass but it appeared he hit something nearly causing his car to flip.  So he had to do his signature back-flip off his wrecked car near the finish line. 

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Matt Kenseth takes the checkered flag at Dover for his second win of the season (Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth takes the checkered flag at Dover for his second win of the season (Getty Images)
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Matt Kenseth Wins At Dover

A pretty uneventful race at Dover yesterday and as it turns out so many times it’s pit strategy that pays off.  For the guys that had the best cars, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson and Clint Bowyer their decision to take four tires on the final pit stop put them too far back in the pack to get to the front again

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Regan Smith celebrates his first Sprint Cup victory with a crewmate at Darlington Speedway  (Getty Images)
Regan Smith celebrates his first Sprint Cup victory with a crewmate at Darlington Speedway (Getty Images)
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NASCAR Report – Regan Smith Wins At Darlington

There were fireworks in the air and on the track following Saturday’s Sprint Cup race at Darlington Speedway.  The biggest story was Regan Smith finally won his first career Cup race after starting a season-worst 23rd

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Matt Kenseth celebrates in victory lane after winning the Samsung Mobile 500 at Texas Motor Speedway  (Getty Images)
Matt Kenseth celebrates in victory lane after winning the Samsung Mobile 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
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Matt Kenseth Ends A 76-Race Drought

Another driver besides Dale Earnhardt, Junior who hadn’t won in a long time finally did Saturday night at Texas Motor Speedway.  Matt Kenseth finally made it back to victory lane after a dominating performance leading 169 of 334 laps at the mile and a half track.  His margin of victory was an incredible 8.3 seconds.  It’s his 19th career victory, but first since February of 2009 to end a winless streak that had stretched to 76 races.  He won the 2009 Daytona 500 and won again the following week in California, but nothing since.

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Texas Motor Speedway  (Getty Images)
Texas Motor Speedway (Getty Images)
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Texas Motor Speedway NASCAR Preview

Sprint Cup and Nationwide drivers will be racing under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend - Nationwide on Friday night and Sprint Cup Saturday night.  If there's any one driver who's got momentum heading into the weekend it's Kevin Harvick. 

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Kyle Busch celebrates after winning his fifth straight win at Bristol  (Getty Images)
Kyle Busch celebrates after winning his fifth straight win at Bristol (Getty Images)
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NASCAR Report: Kyle Busch Wins Again At Bristol

Is there any driver that’s more dominant now than Kyle Busch?  He completed a weekend sweep at Bristol with yesterday’s Sprint Cup win after winning the Nationwide race the day before.  Kyle led 152 of 500 laps for his fifth straight win at Bristol dating back to last August when he had 3-race sweep.  It’s also his fifth career Cup win at Bristol, tying him with his older brother Kurt who also has five career victories at Bristol.

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