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10:28 PM ET Associated Press NEWTON, Iowa — The NASCAR Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway has been postponed until Sunday because of inclement weather. The sport’s organizing body made the call Saturday after repeated thunderstorms and lightning strikes in central Iowa left the short track too soaked for racing. Qualifying was canceled as well,
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10:42 PM ET Associated Press BROOKLYN, Mich. — Joey Logano won the pole in qualifying and then led for more than three-quarters of the actual race. It was an impressive display, but all that could have gone for naught if he hadn’t been sharp on one final restart. Logano won his second NASCAR Cup Series
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4:54 PM ET Associated Press NASCAR’s Cup race at Michigan has been postponed because of rain. NASCAR will now attempt to hold the race Monday at 5 p.m. at Michigan International Speedway. The race never began Sunday, and the postponement was announced after a delay of about 2½ hours from the scheduled start time. There
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8:23 PM ET Associated Press BROOKLYN, Mich. — Yes, victory lane this season has been dominated by Joe Gibbs’ Toyotas, but this weekend the NASCAR Cup Series is in Michigan. That means Ford’s drivers should be motivated — and history suggests they’ll be tough to beat. “I had the privilege of having dinner with the
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2:58 PM ET Associated Press BROOKLYN, Mich. — Joey Logano won his second NASCAR Cup Series pole of the season Saturday, while Aric Almirola again fell just short of the top qualifying spot. It’s Logano’s 22nd career pole and fourth at Michigan International Speedway. He’ll try for his second victory of the season Sunday. Almirola
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12:53 AM ET Associated Press FORT WORTH, Texas — Greg Biffle won his first NASCAR Truck Series start since 2004, taking the SpeedyCash.com 400 at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night. With 10 laps remaining, Biffle came out of a caution with the lead and held off the field for his first Truck series win
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3:31 PM ET Associated Press SAG HARBOR, N.Y. — Former NASCAR CEO Brian France has pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated in New York’s Hamptons last year. Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini said the 56-year-old France pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor Friday and was ordered to complete 100 hours of community service and undergo
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