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Chase Elliott salvaged a crummy day for Hendrick Motorsports and interrupted a potential Toyota rout by winning the rain-drenched race at Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday night. Elliott recovered from an early issue that dropped him deep into the field to take the lead with 38 laps remaining and hold off three Joe Gibbs Racing drivers for his second Cup victory of the season. It took NASCAR’s most popular driver nearly seven hours and a late four-lap shootout to get to victory lane. NASCAR moved the start up by 12 minutes because of looming bad weather, then sat through an hour-long stoppage for lightning in the area, followed by a later rain delay that stretched a tick past two hours. Kurt Busch was second.

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Matt Hagan is built like an NFL linebacker and moves faster than a superhero.

Those qualities have helped the friendly cattle farmer from Christiansburg, Virginia, win three NHRA Funny Car championships since 2011.

With 300 career wins and 10 championships, Donny Schatz has crafted one of the most impressive resumes in the world of Sprint Car racing.

This weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, the 44-year-old icon from Fargo, North Dakota, will try to add a BMS ceremonial sword to his trophy collection in the World of Outlaws Bristol Bash.

Bristol Motor Speedway officials announced on Tuesday that the spring race for the NASCAR Cup series will be run with a dirt surface for a third straight year, and it will be at night for the second year in a row...UVa-Wise, King and SWCC all dropped baseball decisions on Tuesday...ETSU's Nasir Player had three tackles for the Pittsburgh Maulers of the United States Football League. 

Following Friday’s NASCAR Truck Series practice session at Bristol Motor Speedway, Ben Rhodes expressed his love for dirt racing.

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Chris Ferguson came to Bristol Motor Speedway last March as a star in the dirt racing world. The 32-year-old Mt. Holly, North Carolina, resident left as one of the hottest names in motorsports after holding off a star-studded field to earn a Super Late Model win in the Bristol Dirt Nationals.

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