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Busch cheered as he celebrates win in the crowd

Kyle Busch did something Saturday night at Richmond Raceway he had done 45 previous times in a NASCAR Cup Series race: Win. But he followed it up by doing something he doesn’t recall ever doing before, or maybe only once: climbing into the grandstands. After his traditional burnou… NASCAR

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Logano finds hope in Richmond pace

Joey Logano’s performance Saturday night at Richmond Raceway further solidified the turnaround of the No. 22 group. Logano won both stages of the Toyota Owners 400 – his first stage victories of the year – and led 92 laps before finishing fourth. And not only did Logano enter the night as the defending race winner but having not won since ...

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Elliott feels No. 9 team still has work to do

A second-place finish Saturday night at Richmond Raceway did not bring Chase Elliott the disappointment he would typically feel. “Just very fortunate circumstances there at the end for us with the way the restarts went,” Elliott said. “Having a short run there at the end was definitely in our f… NASCAR

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Kyle Busch makes it three in a row with win at Richmond

Make it three in a row for Kyle Busch. Busch jumped out to a lead in overtime and held off Chase Elliott to win Saturday night’s Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond (Va.) Raceway for his third consecutive victory in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. That matches … Motorsport.com – NASCAR – Stories

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Denny Hamlin on third-place run: “We got close there”

After struggling during practice on Friday Denny Hamlin recovers and scores his first top-three finish since Daytona at Richmond (Va.) Raceway on Saturday night. Although Hamlin wanted the win, he appreciated how his No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing team worked to make his… Motorsport.com – NASCAR – Stories

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

Martin Truex Jr. started from pole and led the most laps at Richmond Raceway, but he ended the night in the 14th position. That’s 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 ensui… Motorsport.com – NASCAR – Stories

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