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NASCAR has issued substantial penalties to multiple teams following the race weekend at Dover International Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. finally seemed to get things turned around at Dover – sort of.
Jimmie Johnson was the highest finishing Chevrolet driver at Dover but that’s not saying much.
Daniel Suarez finished third for the second time in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career as he continues to get closer to his first win in NASCAR’s top division.
Clint Bowyer was running up front late at Dover but it wasn’t necessarily the best position for him.
Kevin Harvick retook the lead with 12 laps remaining and held on to win Stage 1 at Dover as several drivers ran out of fuel.
After failing pre-race inspection three times, pole-sitter Kyle Larson will have to start from the rear of the field for the AAA 400 at Dover.
Aric Almirola was fastest in Saturday’s final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.
Team Penske was first out and led the way in Saturday’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice at Dover.
Kyle Larson was not the Chevrolet most were watching at Dover but perhaps they should have.
Paul Menard ended up fastest in Friday’s lone Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series session that saw a majority of teams with little time on the track.
StarCom Racing will run two cars at this weekend’s NASCAR Cup series race at Dover, with 58-year-old team owner and 1990 Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope returning to driving duties.