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    Dewar proud of growing program

    NASCAR Chief Operating Officer Brent Dewar discusses the growth of the NASCAR Race to Green Initiative and how it has impacted the sport over the last few years.

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    Predicting Richmond's unpredictability

    Matt Strickert and Matthew Dillner look at the trends from previous short-track races in 2015, and at Richmond International Raceway, as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series prepares for the Toyota Owners 400.

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    NXS Race Recap: Hamlin leads 248 of 250 laps

    Nick Duncan recaps the ToyotaCare 250 as Denny Hamlin starts on the pole, Brendan Gaughan's pit crew escapes a massive pit road fire and Hamlin leads all but two laps en route to victory.

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    Logano, Smith, Elliott talk top fives

    Joey Logano, Regan Smith and Chase Elliott say they gave all they had to fight their way to a top five finish in the ToyotaCare 250 at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Hamlin celebrates dominant performance

    Denny Hamlin celebrates earning the 100th XFINITY Series win for Toyota at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Hamlin delivers a win in home state

    Denny Hamlin leads all but two laps of the ToyotaCare 250 to earn his third career win in the XFINITY Series at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Out Front with Miss Coors Light: Toyota Owners 400

    Miss Coors Light, Amanda Mertz, catches up with Joey Logano after he captures his season leading third Coors Light Pole Award of 2015.

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    Kahne trains with troops at Fort Bragg

    Three-time Coca-Cola 600 winner Kasey Kahne trains with soldiers at Fort Bragg in preparation for Salute to the Troops pre-race festivities on May 24 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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    Larson: 'It'd be nice to get our first win here'

    Kyle Larson talks about would it would be like to get his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win while in the media center at Richmond International Raceway.

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    From the Vault: Gordon denies the No Bull 5

    Re-live Jeff Gordon's second win at Richmond International Raceway as he held off Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jeff Burton in the 2000 'Chevrolet Monte Carlo 400' earning his 52nd career victory and denying Earnhardt the 'No Bull 5' million dollar bonus.

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    Preview Show: Richmond

    Marty Snider and Chris Rice move out of the studio and on to the track to give your their picks for this weekend in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Penske teammates collide

    Ride along with Joey Logano as he collides with fellow Penske teammate Brad Keselowski during the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

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    President Obama honors Kevin Harvick

    President Obama welcomes Kevin Harvick and his Stewart-Haas Racing team members to the White House to honor his 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship.

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    Best in-car audio from the Food City 500

    From a young relief driver to a winless streak being snapped, check out the best in-car audio from the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

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    Weekend Top 5: Bristol

    Look back at the top five moments from the race weekend as Joey Logano dominates the XFINITY Series race and Matt Kenseth breaks a 51-winless streak after 511 laps, the longest race in Bristol Motor Speedway history.

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    O'Donnell: 'It just became too much'

    NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O'Donnell talks about the late red flag at Bristol Motor Speedway and what factors NASCAR evaluates while cars are running laps under caution for rain.

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    O'Donnell talks 2016 schedule planning

    NASCAR Executive Vice President Steve O'Donnell talks about the planning for the 2016 NASCAR schedule.

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