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Brad Keselowski started his Monday by studying the Sprint Cup Series standings.
Clint Bowyer raced to his first victory on a road course, and first with Michael Waltrip Racing, by holding off Kurt Busch at Sonoma.
It used to be that short tracks were the guaranteed place for the bumping, banging and blown tempers. It's now shifted to road courses, specifically Sonoma, where more than a few drivers will likely be raging mad by the end of Sunday's race.
Robby Gordon believes Sunday's race at Sonoma will be his last one of the NASCAR season.
Marcos Ambrose had never won a Sprint Cup Series pole before last week.
After a frightening crash at Talladega, Eric McClure had to sit out six weeks while dealing with the lingering effects of a concussion.
It's been a continuous search for consistency at Chip Ganassi Racing, where the NASCAR program has never matched the performance levels of its dominant IndyCar entries.
For Danica Patrick, the fire-resistant shoe might finally be on the other foot.
Rick Hendrick gave little warning to his crew chiefs when he decided to make widespread organizational changes after the 2010 season.