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NASCAR bans 2 crew chiefs for violations

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR suspended the crew chiefs for Brad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick on Wednesday for violations at Phoenix Raceway.

Keselowski's car failed post-race inspection on Sunday and NASCAR suspended crew chief Paul Wolfe three races. Wolfe was also fined $65,000 and Team Penske was docked 35 driver and owner points. Read More...

Newman gambles, snaps winless streak

AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) A big gamble in the desert heat ended a long victory drought for Ryan Newman.

When just about everybody else decided to take a tire-changing pit stop in the final few laps on Sunday, Newman figured he'd be going in with them. Read More...

Larson 2nd again, takes points lead

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Kyle Larson finished second at Phoenix International Raceway and then headed to the beach for a brief family vacation.

There was no lamenting his third consecutive runner-up finish because Larson is the current points leader of NASCAR's top series. His positioning atop the standings is almost as good as a trip to victory lane. Read More...

Allgaier earns 1st Xfinity win since '12

AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) Justin Allgaier acknowledges there were some very down moments in his long NASCAR Xfinity victory drought.

"I'm not going to lie to you," he said. "There are moments in my racing career when I wondered why I got up and went to the race track." Read More...

Logano: Busch incident 'honest mistake'

AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) The first face-to-face meeting between Kyle Busch and Joey Logano since last week's post-race scuffle in Las Vegas is over.

Whether the drivers feel any better about things headed into Sunday's race at Phoenix International Raceway is an open question. Read More...

Fights between drivers good for NASCAR?

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Kyle Busch had a gash on his forehead and blood running down his nose when he promised payback to Joey Logano. The two had a brief post-race pit road brawl that can be seen on TMZ, the "Today Show" and, really, just about anywhere.

The tussle shoved NASCAR into the watercooler talk Monday alongside the NCAA Tournament, and the reason why should be a wakeup call to every stakeholder in the stagnant sport because, like it or not, Busch getting pummeled by Logano's crew is the lasting memory of the race. Read More...

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