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From the Vault: Stewart scores special win for SHR at Pocono

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    NASCAR to race potential 2017 aero package at Michigan

    NASCAR's Senior Vice President of Innovation and Racing Development, Gene Stefanyshyn, says NASCAR will race the potential 2017 aero package in August at Michigan International Speedway.

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    From the Vault: Stewart scores special win for SHR at Pocono

    Tony Stewart won Stewart-Haas Racing's first NASCAR event in the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race in 2009. In June, at Pocono, Stewart scored the first points-paying victory for his organization.

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    Superspeedway cars get safety enhancements

    NASCAR's Senior Vice President of Innovation and Racing Development, Gene Stefanyshyn, explains the changes for superspeedway cars in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and NASCAR XFINITY series around the drivers' compartment.

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    Preview Show: Pocono

    NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and Chris Rice recap Kyle Busch's dominance at Indianapolis Motor Speedway and tell you what to expect from NASCAR's return to Pocono Raceway for the Pennsylvania 400.

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    Menard's Darlington throwback honors Al Unser Jr.

    Paul Menard and Valvoline teamed up to pay tribute to Al Unser Jr., two-time Indianapolis 500 winner, for their Darlington Raceway throwback paint scheme. Catch the Bojangles' Southern 500 on Sunday, September 4th.

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    Tech Talk: Grab a gear

    NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman and Chris Rice break down the weak link in shifters used in NASCAR race cars, and the different materials teams use when fabricating them.

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    NASCAR releases 2017 start times

    NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman brings you up to speed on NASCAR's 2017 start times for its national touring series.

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    Jason Redman's Indy experience as Crown Royal's 'Your Hero's Name Here' Program winner

    Jason Redman recaps his experience at Indianapolis Motor Speedway after being named Crown Royal's 'Your Hero's Name Here' Program winner.

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    Townley talks concussion protocol, awareness

    John Wes Townley joined SiriusXM NASCAR Radio to talk about the process for recognizing and reporting his concussion.

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    That's a wrap: Stewart-Haas Racing cars get ready for Pocono

    Watch as Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick and Danica Patrick's cars get wrapped in Mobil 1 paint schemes for the upcoming race at Pocono Raceway.

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    Rodney Childers suspended for Pocono for lug nut violation

    NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman brings you up to speed on news that Rodney Childers, Crew Chief for Kevin Harvick was fined $20,000 and will be suspended for the July 31st race at Pocono Raceway.

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    Larson looks to ride cushion of momentum into Pocono

    NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman goes 1-on-1 with Kyle Larson after his win at Eldora Speedway, and his solid finishes at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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    Stewart and Gordon take a lap while Busch sweeps

    NASCAR.com's Chuck Bush recaps the all excitement from a triple-header weekend that saw Kyle Larson put on a show on the dirt, Kyle Busch's historical sweep at 'The Brickyard' and two NASCAR legends\x{200b} drive off into the sunset.

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    Best in-car audio from the Crown Royal 400

    From Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart's last ride around the Brickyard to Kyle Busch's dominating performance, check out all the best radio chatter from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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    Dale Jr. gives post-Indy health update

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. speaks on his weekly audio update, "The Dale Jr. Download" on Dirty Mo Radio about his current health after having Jeff Gordon fill in for him in the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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    Race Rewind: Indianapolis in 15

    Relive all of the highlights and key moments from the Crown Royal Presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard as Kyle Busch sweeps the weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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    SHR to field NASCAR XFINITY Series team in 2017

    Stewart-Haas Racing announced that it would field a single-car team in the NASCAR XFINITY Series full time in 2017. The driver lineup and sponsorship for the team will be announced prior to the completion of the 2016 season.

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    RECAP: Busch makes NASCAR history with weekend sweep

    NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman recaps the Crown Royal Presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard that saw several late-race wrecks, NASCAR Overtime, and Kyle Busch completing a historic sweep of the bricks.

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    Stewart, Gordon reflect on final trip to Indy

    Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart take time to reflect on what could possibly be the final time they race together at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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    Busch notches historic win at famed 'Yard of Bricks'

    Kyle Busch celebrates a historic win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway by becoming the first driver to sweep all the poles and races during a race weekend.

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