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Back at Sonoma, Truex seeks momentum

Martin Truex Jr.'s win at Pocono three weeks ago served notice that this year's points race might be more than a two-man showdown between Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick.

Now NASCAR's defending champion is back at Sonoma Raceway, where he's had plenty of success. Read More...

Allgaier dominates to win Iowa Xfinity

NEWTON, Iowa (AP) Justin Allgaier won all three stages and the NASCAR Xfinity Series race Sunday at Iowa Speedway for his second victory of the season.

Racing for Dale Earnhardt Jr. in JR Motorsports' No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro, Allgaier led 182 of 250 laps and survived an unlucky late caution by winning the restart. Read More...

Moffitt wins Trucks at hometown track

NEWTON, Iowa (AP) Brett Moffitt bolstered his breakout season with a stirring win on his home track.

The Iowa driver hopes that winning yet again - after fighting off a thrilling late move by Noah Gragson - will help him find the sponsorships he needs to keep it going. Read More...

Bowyer wins rain-shortened Michigan race

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) After 120 laps and two stages, the race could now be official. Any driver in the lead might conceivably win if rain intervened.

Clint Bowyer had finished second to teammate Kevin Harvick in the second stage, and both came to pit road. Bowyer took only two tires - and felt that decision by crew chief Mike Bugarewicz ultimately won him the race. Read More...

Ford dominates Chevy in rivals' backyard

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Ford vs. Chevrolet is always a subplot to watch when the top auto racers come to Michigan.

This past weekend, it was no contest. Read More...

Dillon wins rain-shortened Xfinity race

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Austin Dillon and Daniel Hemric didn't have much time to battle for the lead after the final restart.

As long as one of them was in front when the rain came, Richard Childress Racing was going to win. Read More...

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