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Brad Keselowski: “It’s nice just to be able to have a clean race”

Brad Keselowski finished second in Michigan as he continues his quest for his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win of the season. The Michigan native scored a runner-up finish to Kevin Harvick for the second time this season ending a pair of back-to-back disappointing finishes over the past two races. Although he didn’t have a car capable of challenging Harvick - nor did anyone else ... ... Keep reading...

Austin Dillon enjoys his best run since winning the Daytona 500

Dillon started the race up in the fifth position for his best starting position since Fontana in March. However, it was his Richard Childress Racing teammate Ryan Newman that shined in early laps, rising as high as third in the running order. But Dillon was never too far away, but he didnt creep back towards the front until the last half of the race. At the conclusion of the second stage ... ... Keep reading...

Even the "Big 3" have to be perfect to win in 2018

For a good part of Sunday’s Consumer Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway, Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr. – the three winningest drivers this season – ran in the top three positions. While Harvick clearly seemed to have the dominant car, Busch and Truex both had chances to capitalize, but both had to overcome various issues which allowed Harvick to sweep all seven ... ... Keep reading...

Kevin Harvick takes seventh win of 2018 season at Michigan

Harvick put in a dominating performance on Sunday, winning both stages and taking the victory in the Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan International Speedway, taking the checkered flag by more than three seconds over Brad Keselowski. Austin Dillon was running second but had a flat tire with one of 200 laps remaining. The win is the seventh in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this season ... ... Keep reading...

NASCAR Cup Michigan starting lineup in pictures

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Justin Allgaier gets around Cindric for Mid-Ohio Xfinity win

The final stage got underway with an interesting cast of characters up front. After staying out during the stage break, Andy Lally led the way ahead of Ryan Reed and Alex Labbe.  Reed soon lost all his track position as he ran off course, as did Labbe after a spin. But Lally remained out front for seven laps before pole-sitter Austin Cindric ran him down and took the lead back with 26 laps ... ... Keep reading...

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