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  1. Weekend Top Five: Bristol
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    Weekend Top Five: Bristol

  2. Best in-car audio from the Irwin Tools Night Race
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    Best in-car audio from the Irwin Tools Night Race

  3. Kenseth, McMurray left searching for victory
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    Kenseth, McMurray left searching for victory

  4. 2015 NASCAR Schedules announced
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    2015 NASCAR Schedules announced

  5. The Drive for Superior Performance presented by Goodyear: Road to the Track
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    The Drive for Superior Performance presented by Goodyear: Road to the Track

  6. Kenseths release new children's book
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    Kenseths release new children's book

  7. Preview Show: Atlanta
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    Preview Show: Atlanta

  8. \x{2018}It's the baddest mama jama track ever built'
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    \x{2018}It's the baddest mama jama track ever built'

  9. Logano: 'It's a man's track'
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    Logano: 'It's a man's track'

  10. Inside Access with Miss Sprint Cup: Battle at Bristol
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    Inside Access with Miss Sprint Cup: Battle at Bristol

  • Thursday's Sports In Brief

    Good as she is, even Serena Williams can find it tough to deal with swirling wind, so much so that she double-faulted three times in her first service game against 81st-ranked American Vania King. While buzz around the tournament grounds built all day waiting for 15-year-old CiCi Bellis to play…

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  • Stewart returning to competition after fatal crash

    Tony Stewart should be back in his comfort zone at a NASCAR track, ready for racing. The three-time NASCAR champion has not raced since his car hit Ward at an Aug. 9 sprint car event in upstate New York. Stewart pulled out of the NASCAR race at Watkins Glen the next morning, then skipped races at…

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  • Tony Stewart returns to NASCAR racing after fatal accident

    (Reuters) - NASCAR champion Tony Stewart will return to racing this weekend at the Atlanta Motor Speedway for the first time since he struck and killed a young racer at a dirt track in New York earlier this month, his team said on Thursday The three-time champion has missed three races since the…

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  • Stewart to return after killing driver

    Tony Stewart, who has missed three US stock car races since killing a fellow driver in a dirt-track race three weeks ago, will return this weekend, his team announced Thursday. The 43-year-old American racer, a star in the closed-cockpit series that ranks as America's most popular form of auto…

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  • Tony Stewart to return at Atlanta

    Three-time Sprint Cup champion has missed past three races

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  • NASCAR'S Tony Stewart will return to competition Sunday for 1st time since fatal crash

    KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (AP) -- NASCAR'S Tony Stewart will return to competition Sunday for 1st time since fatal crash.

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  • Joey Gase to make Sprint Cup debut at Chicagoland

    Nationwide Series regular will drive the No. 32 car for Go FAS Racing

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  • Radio spat, slump come at bad time for Kyle Busch

    Crew chief Dave Rogers said all the right things in the aftermath of Saturday night's spat with driver Kyle Busch, brushing off the incident at Bristol Motor Speedway as a result of a miscommunication between driver and crew chief. Rogers, for the record, is still listed as Busch's crew chief as…

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  • With progress in place, Danica aims for results

    Patrick optimistic, believes team can string together top-15s For one of NASCAR's highest-profile drivers who is much more accustomed to making headlines and shining in the spotlight, Danica Patrick's sophomore year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has been relatively quiet and workmanlike. Yet…

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  • Chase-clinching scenarios for Atlanta

    Four spots in the Chase Grid remain heading into the 25th race of the season

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  • John Hunter Nemechek eyes continued progress

    Joe Nemechek thought his driver did "an awesome job."

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  • NASCAR Illustrated: Ask a crew chief with Tony Gibson

    Tony Gibson: "Man, they're so far ahead of where we were even two years ago. NI: Was the rise of computers an outgrowth of the limits NASCAR placed on testing about five years ago?

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  • NASCAR's Kenseth behind anti-bullying kids' book

    Matt Kenseth, championship-winning race car driver, can now add a children's book to his resume. Kenseth and his wife, Katie, released ''Race Against Bullying'' on Tuesday in conjunction with National Youth Literacy Day.

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  • IndyCar sets April 12 New Orleans date

    The IndyCar series has committed to an April 12 race date for next season's inaugural Indy Grand Prix of Louisiana. Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne joined IndyCar president Mark Miles and other government officials for a formal announcement of the date and other details about the event on…

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  • TSM to field only two trucks at Mosport

    Turner Scott Motorsports, which fields three full-time entries in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, will send only two entries to this weekend's race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. The No. 31 Chevrolet of Ben Kennedy and the No. 32 of Cameron Hayley will be competing in the Chevrolet…

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  • Kenseth likes title chances despite lack of wins

    Matt Kenseth was a five-time winner this time last year and an established championship threat. With just two races remaining to set the 16-driver Chase for the Sprint Cup championship field, Kenseth should make it in on points and doesn't feel like he needs to go for broke to get a win in the…

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