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Kenseth wins pole at Bristol
  NASCAR Sprint cup
Matt Kenseth took the Coors Light Pole Award for Sunday's Food City 500 in Support of Steve Byrnes and Stand Up to Cancer. Kenseth used a speed of 128.632 mph in the last of the three rounds of group qualifying to secure his first pole of the 2015 season, second pole at Bristol Motor Speedway and the 14th of his career.
Kyle Busch Details Daytona Crash
  by Pete McCole
Kyle Busch remembers every moment about the crash back in February that has kept him on the sidelines since the start of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, and now after two months turning laps in a wheelchair, he says itching to get back to racing. For the first time since the crash, Busch met with the media during a press conference at the Joe Gibbs Racing shop in Huntersville, NC.
Johnson wins for 5th time in Texas
  NASCAR Sprint Cup
Jimmie Johnson's No. 48 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet was the strongest it had been all night when it counted the most - at the end of Saturday night's Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. It was a battle between defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kevin Harvick and six-time champion Johnson for much of the season's first night race.
Kurt Busch wins pole in Texas
  Kevin Harvick to start 2nd
Kurt Busch took home the Coors Light Pole Award at Texas Motor Speedway for Saturday night's Duck Commander 500 (7:30 p.m. ET, FOX). Busch's speed of 193.847 mph in the final round of qualifying led him to the pole position for the first night race of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. The pole was the second of the season for Busch and the 18th of his career. Joining Busch on the front row, will be his Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Kevin Harvick.
Miscellaneous ramblings on an Easter Weekend
  by Brian Carroccio
The world's first all-electric racing series debuting on the historic streets of Long Beach, highlighted an otherwise empty slate of major circuit racing during this past Easter weekend. Today, we'll look at the Long Beach ePrix, and a host of other subjects making news in the world of motorsports starting with the world of Formula One.
Kyle Larson NASCAR Weekly Teleconference Transcript
  Talks about his mysterious illness
Good afternoon, everyone.  Welcome to today's NASCAR teleconference.  We are joined by Kyle Larson, driver of the No. 42 Target Chevrolet for Chip Ganassi Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.  Kyle, to start off, how are you feeling, and can you talk a little bit about what's going on the past few days?  KYLE LARSON:  Yeah, I feel great right now, and I felt perfectly fine shortly after I fainted the other day.  But yeah, I just had to get a lot of tests run on me to make sure nothing serious was wrong with me, and all the tests came back negative. Yeah, the whole time I felt fine, and hated it that I couldn't race this weekend in the Target Chevy, but Regan did a really good job, and just got to thank all the doctors and nurses for how thorough they were with me.
Hamlin wins for Gibbs and Toyota
  Hamlin wins in emotional week for JGR
Denny Hamlin drove the Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11 glued to the bottom line in the final laps, holding off a late charge by Brad Keselowski in Sunday's STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway. It's the Virginia native's fifth win at his home track and came after an emotional week for the JGR team as it was announced team president J.D. Gibbs is being treated for a condition affecting his brain function.
Logano wins pole at Martinsville
  His first at the paperclip track
For last year's spring race at Martinsville Speedway, Joey Logano set a track record during qualifying but didn't win the pole. On Friday at the paper-clip-shaped track, Logano reversed the outcome. Though he failed to match his record of 100.201 mph, he saved his best lap for the final round of knockout qualifying in claiming the top starting spot for Sunday's STP 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race (1 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1).
Logano and Pedregon swap rides for a day
  by Pete McCole
NASCAR Sprint Cup star Joey Logano got a try out a slightly different ride than what he's used to on a typical NASCAR weekend when he got a chance to swap rides with NHRA Funny Car driver Cruz Pedregon for a run down the quarter-mile at zMax Dragway in Concord, N.C. on Wednesday.
Keselowski takes win at Fontana with late surge
  by Brian Carroccio
Team Penske's Brad Keselowski charged to the lead on the final lap after the second green-white checker to win today's Auto Club 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Auto Club Speedway. It was Keselowski's 17th career Sprint Cup victory and first of the season. Series points leader Kevin Harvick was second, his fifth first or second place finish in 2015, and eighth consecutive.
Busch leads all-Chevy front row in Fontana
  NASCAR Sprint Cup
Kurt Busch placed his No. 41 Haas Automation Chevrolet SS on the pole position for Sunday’s Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway, round five of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. A fast lap of 38.889 seconds (185.124 mph) earned Busch his first pole of 2015 and 17th of his career.  This is his fourth pole in 22 races at the 2.0-mile facility for Busch, a track record. Busch’s Stewart-Haas Racing teammate Kevin Harvick (No. 4 Jimmy John’s/Budweiser Chevrolet SS) set the second fastest lap of the qualifying session, giving Team Chevy a sweep of the front row for the second time in 2015. 
The highs and lows of Stewart-Haas Racing
  by Dave Grayson
It's easily assumed that Kevin Harvick, and his Stewart-Haas team, are extremely happy and secure with their status regarding NASCAR's 2015 Chase For The Sprint Cup Championship and their quest for a repeat title. That fact was clearly evident following the team's completely dominant performance during the Camping World Dot Com 500 at the Phoenix International Raceway. Here's the stats that made "Happy" Harvick very happy.

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