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John Wes Townley earns pole for Careers for Veterans 200 Truck race at Michigan

He may have gone out last, but he came home first.

The last driver to go out in the second and final round of Camping World Truck Series qualifying, John Wes Townley roared to the pole for Saturday’s Careers for Veterans 200 at Michigan International Speedway. 139 more words

Consistency might be key but Austin Dillon yearns for a win

Austin Dillon has a Chase berth in sight with three races remaining in the regular season. It’s a testament to the consistency shown by the No. 343 more words

Tony Stewart fastest in first of Saturday's 2 Sprint Cup practices at Michigan

Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart topped the speed charts in Saturday’s first of two practice sessions at Michigan International Speedway.

Stewart was the only driver to top 202 mph, capturing a field-best run of 202.122 mph. 166 more words

Sprint Cup starting lineup at Michigan International Speedway

Joey Logano will attempt to complete the season sweep of Michigan International Speedway on Sunday. Just as he did in June, Logano will start on the pole in the Pure Michigan 400. 53 more words

Former NASCAR champ Johnson starting to heat up

The Chase for the Sprint Cup begins in three weeks, and Jimmie Johnson is finally feeling like he could be in the hunt for another title. 256 more words

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Joey Logano earns Sprint Cup Series pole at Michigan

Joey Logano won the pole by posting the fastest time in the third round of Sprint Cup Series qualifying on Friday at Michigan International Speedway with a lap of 201.698 mph. 242 more words

Tyler Reddick fastest in final Truck Series practice at Michigan

Tyler Reddick was fastest in the final practice session at Michigan International Speedway on Friday with a lap of 185.735 mph.

Reddick was followed by Brett Moffitt (185.577 mph), Johnny Sauter (185.395 mph), Daniel Hemric (185.285 mph), and Rico Abreu (185.204 mph). 46 more words