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Allgaeir passes Cindric for Xfinity win

LEXINGTON, Ohio (AP) Justin Allgaier used fresh tires to pass rookie Austin Cindric with four laps left and win the NASCAR Xfinity Series race Saturday at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

Allgaier used the sixth restart of the race to squeeze by Cindric on Turn 1, then held off his challenge on the 72nd lap for his third series win of the year. He also won at Dover and Iowa for JR Motorsport. Read More...

Moffitt edges Sauter for 4th win of 2018

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Brett Moffitt passed Jimmy Sauter just before the finish line Saturday at Michigan International Speedway for his fourth NASCAR Truck Series victory of the season.

Moffitt edged Sauter - the leader the previous 12 laps - by 0.025 seconds. Read More...

Interim NSACAR chairman staying quiet

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Jim France seems to be choosing to stay in the shadows, declining to let the public hear from him as the interim chairman and CEO of NASCAR.

France is not expected to be available for interviews as NASCAR prepares to run its first race, at Michigan International Speedway, since chairman Brian France took an indefinite leave from the company his family owns. Read More...

Stewart eyeing Indy 500 ride in 2019

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) Tony Stewart is considering a return to the Indianapolis 500 next year.

Stewart, a three-time NASCAR champion and Indiana native, grew up chasing a win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He won twice there in NASCAR's Brickyard 400, but was never able to win the Indy 500. Read More...

Ford to race Mustang in 2019 Cup series

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) Ford will celebrate its iconic muscle car next year when it races the Mustang in NASCAR's top Cup Series.

The 2019 Mustang for NASCAR competition was unveiled Thursday at the Ford Motor Company World Headquarters. Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner Tony Stewart drove a Mustang onto a stage for the reveal with all 13 Ford Cup drivers were in attendance. Read More...

NASCAR moves on after France arrest

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR needed 99 races for budding superstar Chase Elliott to finally win his first Cup race and didn't even get a full day to celebrate the milestone.

NASCAR Chairman Brian France has taken a leave from his family owned company following his arrest Sunday night on charges of driving while intoxicated and criminal possession of oxycodone . France blew through a stop sign in Sag Harbor, New York, police said, not long after Elliott crossed the finish line some 350 miles away in Watkins Glen. Read More...

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