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    Best in-car audio from the Toyota Owners 400

    From pit road problems to a first-time winner in 2015, check out the best in-car audio from the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Weekend Top Five: Richmond

    Relive the top five moments at Richmond International Raceway, from the crew members of the No. 62 team getting caught in a pit fire to Kurt Busch dominating the NSCS race.

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    Stefanyshyn talks fire safety

    NASCAR Senior Vice President of Innovation and Racing Development, Gene Stefanyshyn, talks about the quick response by track officials to the pit road fire at Richmond International Raceway and how NASCAR will evaluate fire safety moving forward.

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    Total team victory for Busch

    Chuck Bush recaps the Toyota Owners 400 as Kurt Busch leads 291 laps en route to his 26th career NSCS victory at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Busch: \x{2018}I want four or five more'

    Kurt Busch says while this win was hard earned his team is capable of winning every week and he won't stop until they get a few more in 2015.

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    Elliott: \x{2018}Really solid day over all'

    Chase Elliott expresses pride in his team's 16th-place finish in just his second career NSCS start, and that they look to build on that success at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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    Busch finishes off dominant day at Richmond

    Kurt Busch took the lead on lap 95 and didn't look back. Busch lead the most laps in one race in his NSCS career en route to his first win in 2015.

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    Busch celebrates emotional 26th career victory

    Kurt Busch celebrates an emotional victory after leading 291 laps en route to his 26th career NSCS win in the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway.

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    Stewart spins after contact with Junior

    Tony Stewart makes contact with Dale Earnhardt Jr. after a restart, causing him to spin in front of the field.

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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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    Hamlin: \x{2018}They gave me something special'

    Denny Hamlin talks about how rare it is to get such a special car and take to victory in the XFINITY Series.

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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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    Fire erupts in No. 62 pit

    An unexpected spark ignites a fire in the pit box of Brendan Gaughan's No. 62 on lap 113.

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