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Dominating Day
Dominating Day
It was a dominating day for Martin Truex, Jr. at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.  Truex led 150 of the race's 267 laps and claimed all three stages, but needed a next-to-last lap pass of Brad Keselowski to win his first race at Vegas.
Dominant At Dover
Dominant At Dover
Three races are completed in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship and Martin Truex, Jr. has won two of them.  Racing at Dover International Speedway, what he considers his "home" track, Truex beat second-place Kyle Busch to the finish line by more than 7 and a half seconds for his second career victory at Dover and his fourth win this year. ...
Chicagoland Winner
Chicagoland Winner
The first race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship at Chicagoland Speedway goes to Martin Truex, Jr.  Using a late pit stop for new tires, Truex caught and passed rookie Chase Elliott in the final restart of the race and held on for the victory.  Elliott had led 75 laps until that last caution flag came out.
Truex Wins
Truex Wins
Martin Truex, Jr. led the final 28 laps and all of them came after he passed Ryan Newman for the lead and went on to win Sunday night's Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.  It's the second win of the season for Truex and the fifth of his career. The b...
Dominating Victory
Dominating Victory
It was an incredible record-breaking night for Martin Truex, Jr. at Sunday's Coca-Cola 600.  He led all but eight of the race's 400 laps.  He had the lead for 588 of 600 miles – the most ever in a single race in NASCAR history. And so after disappointments at Texas, Kansas and Dover earlier this year, Truex finally has his first win of the season and the fourth of his career.
Finally For Kyle Busch
Finally For Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch became the Sprint Cup Series first three-time winner this season when he held off Kevin Harvick on a late restart for his first career win at Kansas Speedway on Saturday night.  It leaves just Charlotte and Pocono as the only tracks where Kyle has yet to win.
Photo Finish
Photo Finish
An incredible finish to the Daytona 500.  Denny Hamlin moved from fourth to pass Matt Kenseth on the final lap and edged Martin Truex, Jr. at the finish line by one/one hundredth of a second in the closest finish in the 58-year history of the race.  The margin of victory was just four inches giving Hamlin his first Daytona 500 win, the first for Toyota and the first for Joe Gibbs Racing since Dale
Three In A Row
Three In A Row
Make it three straight wins for Joey Logano and a sweep of the second round of this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup.  Logano was just inches ahead of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. when the final caution ended the race during a green-white-checkered finish.
Hank Williams, Jr. Is My Feature Artist On Wide Open Country
Hank Williams, Jr. Is My Feature Artist On Wide Open Country
During the week when I do my Noon Tunes Request Show, I get a lot of requests for Hank Williams, Jr., but obviously we can't really play him on that show because his music is not part of the regular WYRK play list. So I thought for this weeks show, we would give a treat to all the "Bocephus" fans in Western New York and wherever else you are listening from...

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