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    Junior causes a wedding scare on social media

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    Larson lights 'em up in Michigan

    Kyle Larson celebrates in dramatic fashion at Michigan International Speedway.

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    Larson earns first career NSCS victory

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    McDowell's victory tour crosses the lake to MIS

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    24 in 24: Chase Elliott's starts by the numbers, with a twist

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    Starting Grid: Searching for 'Pure' victory in Michigan

    NASCAR.com's Matt Strickert and driver of the No. 7 NSCS Chevrolet, Regan Smith, break down all the news and notes ahead of the Pure Michigan 400.

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    In the same day, Brett Moffitt and Michael McDowell get their first career win at two separate tracks within a matter of minutes.

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    Peters finds victory in defeat after runner-up finish at MIS

    Timothy Peters remains upbeat and proud of Red Horse Racing's 1-2 finish at Michigan International Speedway, despite not getting a much needed victory toward the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Chase.

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    Moffitt: 'We knew it was a matter of time'

    Brett Moffitt celebrates in Victory Lane after finishing runner-up at Bristol Motor Speedway last week.

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    McDowell: \x{2018}I'm so thankful'

    Michael McDowell celebrates an emotional win in victory lane after an overtime finish at Road America.

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    Brett Moffitt makes a three-wide pass by his teammate, Timothy Peters, on the final laps to capture his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win.

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