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Joe Gibbs Racing to replace Matt Kenseth with Erik Jones

Matt Kenseth is out at Joe Gibbs Racing, which will replace the oldest fulltime driver in NASCAR's top series with rising star Erik Jones next season.    Kenseth is 45. Jones turned 21 in May. 

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Tony Stewart to retire following 2016 season

Sources say the three-time NASCAR champion plans to officially announce his planned retirement.  More>>

Cambridge native Matt Kenseth ends 51-race drought with win at rainy Bristol

Matt Kenseth ended a 51-race drought Sunday night at rain-soaked Bristol Motor Speedway. The start was delayed nearly 90 minutes because of rain and the race was stopped three times as NASCAR desperately attempted to get a complete the show.
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Jeff Gordon wins pole for final Daytona 500 of his career

Jeff Gordon will start from the pole in his final Daytona 500 of his career. Gordon announced last month this will be his final full-time season, and he's been adamant next Sunday's season-opening Daytona 500 will be the last of his career. More>>

Harvick wins Homestead to claim 1st Sprint Cup championship

Kevin Harvick has claimed his first career Sprint Cup championship with a win in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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Keselowski wins opening round of NASCAR's Chase

Brad Keselowski has won the opening race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship, a victory that automatically advances him into the second round.
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Allmendinger gets first Sprint Cup win at Watkins Glen

AJ Allmendinger's journey is almost complete.With a new contract, sponsor extensions and a solid one-car team at JTG Daugherty Racing, Allmendinger became a winner in Sprint Cup for the first time on a somber Sunday, outdueling Marcos Ambrose in the final two laps at Watkins Glen International. More>>

NASCAR champ Tony Stewart hits, kills driver at NY dirt track

Authorities say NASCAR driver Tony Stewart struck and killed a driver who was walking on a dirt track during a race in upstate New York. More>>

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