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  1. Kenseth going out in winning style

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    AVONDALE, Ariz. — Matt Kenseth might be going away, but he's not going quietly.

    Matt Kenseth
  2. Young drivers pushing veterans for finale spots

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    AVONDALE, Ariz. — There's no denying the rapid changing of the guard in NASCAR, and this year's Monster Energy Cup playoffs have proven how quickly the young new drivers can make their way in the sport.

  3. Kyle Busch wins wild race in overtime

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    MARTINSVILLE, Va. — There should be no confusion about the intensity of NASCAR's playoffs after Sunday's First Data 500 at Martinsville Speedway.

    Kyle Busch earns a spot in November’s Cup championship finale after bumping teammate Denny Hamlin to win at Martinsville, Va.
  4. Gragson wins NASCAR trucks race, celebrates, then vomits

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    MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Noah Gragson celebrated his first trucks win by impersonating Helio Castroneves and climbing the fence at Martinsville Speedway. Then he went a step further Saturday and did pull-ups while dangling from the fence.

  5. Christopher Bells wins Xfinity series' Kansas Lottery 300

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    KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Christopher Bell raced to his first NASCAR Xfinity series victory Saturday, beating dominant Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Erik Jones after they made contact with four laps left in the Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway.

  6. Talladega win propels Brad Keselowski to next playoff round

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    TALLADEGA, Ala. — To win the championship this year, Team Penske told Brad Kese­lowski he had to win at Talladega Superspeedway.

    So he did.

    Again.

    Brad Keselowski celebrates winning the Alabama 500 and his automatic berth into the third round of the Cup playoffs.
  7. Martin Truex victory keeps Toyota perfect in NASCAR's playoffs

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    CONCORD, N.C. — Martin Truex gave Toyota another victory in NASCAR's playoffs — the manufacturer is 4-for-4 — by winning the Bank of America 500 on a humid Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

    Like some other drivers, Martin Truex was drained from the heat after the race, but he has enough energy to celebrate his victory in the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. [Getty Images]
  8. Fennelly: Dale Jr. keeps it real for his adoring Tampa fans

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    TAMPA — It was 9:30 in the morning Thursday and she had been waiting for two and a half hours in the heat outside a Walmart on Nebraska Avenue in Tampa. She was first in line. That mattered to her. Why she showed up so early mattered even more.

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. signs an autograph for fan Crystal Graham at a Walmart in Tampa, Fla., on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017. Earnhardt Jr. spoke to fans about his passion for racing and upcoming retirement before signing autographs.
  9. Wreck helps Kyle Busch take control of Monster Cup's ISM 300

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    LOUDON, N.H. — Kyle Busch saw little but billowing white smoke that engulfed the track and blinded enough drivers that it caused a tremendous wreck that notably altered the race running order.

    Kyle Busch celebrates with a burnout after his third victory of the season that earns a berth in the second round of NASCAR’s playoffs. He also has some fun with Loudon the Lobster.
  10. Keselowski steals spotlight from Kyle Busch

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    JOLIET, Ill. — Kyle Busch raced to the top spot at Chicagoland. But Brad Keselowski was the driver pegged as the No. 1 target by the rest of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup field.