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Busch hopes he hasn't peaked too early: "We've got a long way to go"

Busch became the second driver after Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick to win three races in a row after his victory at Richmond.A win is enough to guarantee one of 16 playoff places in the post-season, unless more than 16 drivers win a race, with the remaining slots filled by regular season points.Drivers are then eliminated from each round until there are four drivers vying for ... Keep reading...

William Byron: "I'm starting to really figure out what I need"

As he did in both the Camping World Truck and Xfinity series, Byron got off to a slow start this year in his rookie Cup season but in recent weeks, he’s clearly becoming more comfortable with the transition.Saturday night at Richmond (Va.) Raceway, Byron had far his best race yet this season from start to finish.He finished in the top-five in both stages and his No. 24 Hendrick ... Keep reading...

After Xfinity debut, Gragson admits he still has "a lot of work to do"

OK, maybe one spot better.Although he was disappointed he couldn’t wrestle away the win Friday night at Richmond (Va.) Raceway from his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, Christopher Bell, Gragson’s smooth series debut turned a lot of heads.Gragson, 19, had an incident-free weekend, was fast in practice, qualified 11th and contended for the win – all in his first series race.“I still have a ... Keep reading...

Clint Bowyer had shot at Richmond win until "all hell broke loose"

That was until, as he said, “all hell breaks loose.”An incident-free race turned chaotic in the final 45 laps of the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond (Va.) Raceway, with four cautions including an overtime period before Kyle Busch escaped with the win over Chase Elliott.Bowyer, who led 45 laps in the race, was running second with 50 to go in the race but got caught up in the beating and ... Keep reading...

Elliott wants to remain "realistic" after second at Richmond

But this one was a little more of a surprise considering how Elliott has been performing of late in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.Elliott finished second in Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond (Va.) Raceway, the eighth runner-up finish of his Cup career and tying the mark set by his Hall of Fame father, Bill Elliott, for number of second-place finishes before earning ... Keep reading...

Truex's race gets derailed by late pit stop: "We beat ourselves"

Thats because on the second to last pit stop, the No. 78 team fumbled and it cost Truex big time. He fell from second to ninth for the ensuing restart, which came with just six laps to go.After another incident that sent the race into overtime, Truex pitted again with the car overheating, only managing to place 14th in the two-lap shootout.“Pretty disappointed that we didn’t get at ... Keep reading...

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