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NASCAR's Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck Series visits Michigan while the Xfinity Series goes road racing at Mid-Ohio.
Dave looks at the addition of Road America to next season's IndyCar schedule as well as Tony Stewart being named in a wrongful death lawsuit and the death of NASCAR legend Buddy Baker.
Joey Logano kept his foot on the gas pedal a little bit longer than usual after taking the checkered flag at Watkins Glen International, a huge cloud of smoke wafting toward victory lane.
A.J. Allmendinger turned a fast lap of 127.839 mph to beat Martin Truex Jr. for the top spot to start Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen.
IndyCar officials announced next year's schedule will include a race at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
There's not a whole lot of racing going on this weekend, but the Verizon IndyCar Series will be done by the end of the month and the cut-off for the Chase for the Sprint Cup approaches.
NASCAR Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series hit Watkins Glen, NHRA in California and TUDOR United SportsCars in Road America.
Racing in his home state — and only a few laps from tightening the IndyCar standings with a big victory — Graham Rahal still had one more big restart to sweat out.
Matt Kenseth stretched his fuel and zipped past the fading leaders in the final thrilling laps Sunday to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono Raceway.
Kyle Busch is on a comeback for the ages, racing columnist Dave von Falkenstein writes.
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