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Trackbar issues rob Kyle Larson of shot at Kentucky win

Kyle Larson was able to run down and pass Martin Truex Jr. during the final stage at Kentucky, but his time ahead of the No. 78 was short-lived. Larson’s night started off on the wrong foot when he missed driver introductions, forcing him to relinquish his starting position (18th) and go to the rear of the field. The Chip Ganassi ...

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Ricky Stenhouse Jr. calls out Kyle Busch for “running his mouth”

Emotions are still high following a crash-filled race at Daytona International Speedway last weekend. Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who was was criticized after being involved in multiple incidents at Daytona, admitted that he was too aggressive at times during the race. That appeared to be the end of it, but Ky… – NASCAR – Stories

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Kyle Long: Bears have 'taken the training wheels' off QB Trubisky

It appears the Chicago Bears coaching staff are prepared to let quarterback Mitchell Trubisky loose in his sophomore season. After beginning his rookie campaign on the bench, Trubisky continues to impress his teammates and coaches as he displays his skills as the team’s starter. “My l… NFL | theScore

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Kyle Larson: “I feel like I've become a lot smarter racer”

It may look like Kyle Larson throws caution to the wind at times when’s he racing in NASCAR, but he insists there is a method to what may appear as madness. Certainly part of Larson’s lure is his entertaining style of racing in NASCAR, when he elects to venture up against the walls in the turns in order to gain ...

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Larson “can't be mad” at Kyle Busch after “one hell of a show”

Kyle Larson finished second again but this one was “a hell of a show.” With about five of 267 laps remaining in Sunday’s Overton’s 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, Larson’s charge to run down leader Kyle Busch appeared to hit a snag when he brushed the wall. But as the laps wound down, lapped traffic prevented Busch from driving away and ...

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Kyle Larson goes from last to first for Xfinity win at Chicagoland

Kyle Larson started last and finished first to earn his second NASCAR Xfinity Series victory of the season. Larson, who won the pole but had to start from the rear of the field due to an unapproved tire change, cruised to a lopsided win over Kevin Harvick in Saturday’s Overton’s 300 at Chicagoland Speedway. The win is Larson’s second of ...

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