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Nemechek's Truck team docked 10 points

John Hunter Nemechek's Camping World Truck Series team was docked 10 points for failing to meet the proper ride height in a post-race inspection at Iowa Speedway.

The loss of those points dropped Nemechek from sixth place to a tie for ninth in the standings. Read More...

Driver Wallace attacked at concert

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) A concert venue in Charlotte has ended its contract with a landscaping company that employed one of the people charged in an assault on NASCAR driver Mike Wallace and his daughter last week.

The Charlotte Observer ( ) reports that PNC Music Pavilion canceled its contract with Lucas Lawn and Landscaping of Indian Trail. Read More...

Hornish Jr. cruises to Xfinity Iowa win

NEWTON, Iowa (AP) Sam Hornish Jr. won three IndyCar championships and an Indianapolis 500 before fading into obscurity as a NASCAR driver.

Sunday's victory in Iowa will undoubtedly rank among the most memorable moments of Hornish's career. Read More...

Byron wins second straight Truck race

NEWTON, Iowa (AP) High school diploma in hand, William Byron seems to have already found his calling.

Byron held off the field on a late restart to win the NASCAR Truck Series race at Iowa Speedway on Saturday night for his second straight victory. Read More...

Larson's Sprint Cup team punished again

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The Sprint Cup team of Kyle Larson has been punished by NASCAR for the second consecutive race.

Interim crew chief Philip Surgen was fined $25,000 and the Chip Ganassi Racing team lost 15 driver points and 15 owner points for infractions at the race in Michigan last weekend. Read More...

Logano pulls away to win at Michigan

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) Joey Logano plopped into a seat, getting a much-needed break, when the 26-year-old driver found out he was just a part of history.

Logano pulled away from the pack to win the FireKeepers Casino 400 and was followed by 20-year-old Chase Elliott and 23-year-old Kyle Larson, the youngest top three in NASCAR Sprint Cup history. Read More...