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NASCAR's Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series hit Charlotte Motor Speedway while Formula One visits Russia.
Winning was going to be about the only way for Kevin Harvick to advance to the next round in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. He not only won, he dominated.
Kevin Harvick dominated a race he had to win to advance to the second round of NASCAR's playoffs, while six-time champion Jimmie Johnson was eliminated from the field.
Dave looks at Matt Kenseth's win last weekend; NASCAR's first Chase cut; Tony Stewart's retirement and the return of IndyCar favorite James Hinchcliffe.
NASCAR's Sprint Cup and Xfinity Series head to Dover while the Camping World Truck Series hits Las Vegas and NHRA visits Pennsylvania.
Saying it was time for a change, three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart announced Wednesday that he will retire from Sprint Cup racing following the 2016 season.
Tony Stewart will announce he’s retiring following the 2016 season at a news conference Wednesday, The Associated Press has learned.
Matt Kenseth pushed Kevin Harvick down the stretch and took the lead for good when the defending series champion ran out of gas Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the second race of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship.
Dave looks at the hole that Kevin Harvick must climb out of to win the championship, the domination of Joe Gibbs Racing and IndyCar testing at Road America.
Racing action this weekend includes NASCAR Sprint Cup and Camping World Truck Series at New Hampshire; Xfinity Series at Kentucky; Formula One in Japan; and NHRA in Madison, Illinois.
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