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    Best in-car audio from New Hampshire's Chase race

    Go inside the car, on the pit box and listen in on team communications from New Hampshire Motor Speedway to see all the sights and sounds of the second race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

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    Dale Jr gives health update heading into Dover

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. gives a health update on the Dirty Mo Radio as he prepares to head to the race track this weekend to watch Alex Bowman drive his No. 88 car at Dover International Speedway.

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    Vickers: Arnold 'is a legend'

    Earlier this season Brian Vickers spoke about Arnold Palmer in the Auto Club Speedway media center. Vickers subbed for Tony Stewart and drove the No.14 Chevy with "Arnie's Army" on the hood.

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    Race Rewind: Loudon in 15

    Relive the second race of the 2016 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as drivers battle to earn a spot in the Round of 12.

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    Remembering Arnold Palmer's day at the races

    In 2004, Atlanta Motor Speedway had golf legend, Arnold Palmer, on hand as the grand marshal for the Golden Corral 500. Take a look back at Arnie's day just over a decade ago.

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    Loudon top 5 leaves No. 2 team feeling better headed to Dover

    Brad Keselowski's No. 2 team finished fourth at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, allowing Keselowski to 'sleep easy' headed into the Round of 16 elimination race at Dover International Speedway.

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    Edwards considers sixth-place finish 'a gift' after pit-road penalty

    Carl Edwards speaks to his pit-road violation in the closing laps of the race and what his No. 19 team was able to do for a sixth-place finish.

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    Harvick: 'On we go' after NHMS victory

    Kevin Harvick advances to the Round of 12 in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup after a comeback win in Loudon, NH.

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    Harvick performs signature burnout, blows out a tire

    Kevin Harvick celebrates his first win in the 2016 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup with another spectacular burnout.

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    Starting Grid: Can the front row break their Loudon curse?

    NASCAR.com's Matthew Dillner and Regan Smith break down the second race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and see how the new rules will come into play during the Chase.

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    Elliott Sadler celebrates emotional, hard-fought victory

    Elliott Sadler celebrates in Victory Lane at Kentucky Speedway after being in 20th position halfway through the race and coming back to win the first NASCAR XFINITY Series Chase race.

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    Dillon: 'There was nowhere I could go'

    Ty Dillon talks about getting caught up in a late-race incident with Erik Jones and being told to park the No. 3 Chevrolet after the crew worked on the car on pit road and in the garage during a red flag.

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    Sadler makes history, wins and advances

    Elliott Sadler makes the most of a late-race restart at Kentucky Speedway to win the first ever NASCAR XFINITY Series Chase race and advances to the Round of 8.

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    Jones: 'I just couldn't hang on to it'

    Erik Jones discusses his race-ending mistake in the final laps at Kentucky Speedway, which collected fellow Chase driver, Ty Dillon.

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    First Chase race for Jones, Dillon ends in trouble

    Late in the race Erik Jones slips getting into Turn 3 and takes out fellow Chase contender, Ty Dillon, at Kentucky Speedway.

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    Hornish spin collects Allgaier

    Sam Hornish Jr. spins off Turn 2, collecting Chase driver Justin Allgaier, who had nowhere to go at Kentucky Speedway.

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    Chase driver Brandon Jones involved in costly incident

    Brandon Jones is involved in a costly incident with Justin Marks, becoming the first Chase driver sent to the garage at Kentucky Speedway.

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