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2009 DAYTONA 500 Breakfast

Matt Kenseth cements his place in Daytona 500 history.

Related Topics: 2009 Daytona 500 Champions Breakfast, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Matt Kenseth

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Montoya, Hollywood Celebs Take Center Stage in Miami

South Florida-resident Juan Pablo Montoya made NASCAR history this year by qualifying for the Chase for the Sprint Cup

Related Topics: Ford 400, Ford Championship Weekend, Juan Pablo Montoya

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Jon Fogarty and Alex Gurney won in Utah setting up a three-way battle for the Championship to be decided at Homestead-Miami Speedway Oct. 10

Grand-Am Rolex Sports Cars bring the second-closest points battle in series history to Homestead-Miami Speedway on Oct. 10 to crown a Champion.

Related Topics: NextEra Energy Resources SpeedJam Championships, Alex Gurney, Jon Fogarty

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Ryan Briscoe edged Scott Dixon by .0077 seconds at Chicagoland

Briscoe takes a 25 point lead to Motegi after recording the fourth-closest margin of victory in IndyCar Series history.

Related Topics: Ryan Briscoe, Scott Dixon, Firestone Indy 300, NextEra Energy Resources SpeedJam Championships

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Logano Wins at his Hometown Track

Joey Logano became the youngest winner in NASCAR history at just 19 years of age. Logano gambled on pit strategy just before the skies opened up forcing the race to be called with 28 laps to go

Related Topics: Joey Logano

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Todd Bodine Celebrates A Win at Texas

Todd Bodine made history with his fifth win at Texas Motor Speedway in the Camping World Truck Series. Bodine became the only driver to win five races at the same track.

Related Topics: Todd Bodine

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IndyCar weekend

Chicagoland Speedway boasts the closest finishes in IndyCar history.

 

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IndyCar weekend

Chicagoland Speedway boasts the closest finishes in IndyCar history.

 

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J.R. Norris, champion of the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division Southeast Series, comes out west and does his damage here as well, winning the Konica Minolta 125 Southwest Series race at PIR. The race is the final in the history of the Southwest Series.

Related Topics: PIR: A Look Back at 2006

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Greg Sacks, driving for DiGard Racing, pulled off one of the greatest upsets in NASCAR history winning the 1985 400-mile race.

Related Topics: Through The Years: A Look Back At The Coke Zero 400 Powered By Coca-Cola

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