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Topic - Dale Earnhardt Jr.
One thing's crystal clear as NASCAR's Sprint Cup series heads into its annual Easter break - Hendrick Motorsports looks as strong as ever.
Kevin Harvick knew his first-year Stewart-Haas Racing team was better than it had shown the past few weeks. After taking the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on Saturday night, Harvick is convinced the group has exactly what it takes to win a Sprint Cup championship.
Kevin Harvick used one of the few weekend missteps to pull out his first Darlington victory.
Chase Elliott missed his senior prom Friday, but wasn't too disappointed.
With a significant lead and the laps winding down, Joey Logano kept thinking about getting to the white flag.
Joey Logano made a last-lap pass of Jeff Gordon during extra laps after a late caution Monday in a rain-delayed race at Texas, becoming the seventh different winner in as many Sprint Cup races this season,
Dale Earnhardt Jr. wound up with his first last-place finish in seven seasons Monday after driving his car into the rain-saturated infield grass before it shot across the track and slammed into the wall in a fiery crash.
When qualifying ended at Texas Motor Speedway, Chase Elliott hopped a fence and went on his way without a single fan bothering to stop him for an autograph or picture.
Bill Elliott rarely got rattled during his three-plus decades racing at NASCAR's highest level. He worked hard, didn't worry about what was going on around him, and did his talking on the track.
With his favorite team eliminated long ago, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will root for Florida in the Final Four.
"I think this is as good as this team has ever been," said Earnhardt, still seeking his first series title since joining up with Hendrick.
"The '4' just had new tires," Earnhardt said. "We had 30-something laps on our lefts and that just wasn't going to get the job done with him right behind us."