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It’s taken some time for Martin Truex Jr. not only to get accustomed to his new home at Joe Gibbs Racing but also finding success on the track with NASCAR’s new aero package.
While Martin Truex Jr. celebrated winning the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Corey LaJoie had plenty to be happy about.
Joey Logano thought he had a shot to win the Coca-Cola 600, something that didn’t seem possible early in the race.
After staying out on old tires for the final restart, David Ragan hoped for a top-10 but quickly fell back through the field.
Martin Truex Jr. navigated a four-wide restart with five of 400 laps remaining to win the 60th running of the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Martin Truex Jr. bounced back from causing an early-race caution to turn in a dominate performance in winning Stage 3 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Brad Keselowski passed Alex Bowman with two of 100 laps remaining and held on to take the Stage 2 victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
A victory in the Coca-Cola 600 is a prestigious honor in itself but the winner of the Memorial Day weekend event receives several additional perks.
Could the 60th running of the Coca-Cola 600 produce another first time winner in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series?
Daniel Suarez completed a sweep, leading the way in both of Saturday’s final Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice sessions prior to the Coca-Cola 600.
Daniel Suarez paced Saturday’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Hendrick Motorsports may have just one win so far this season but its competition in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series likely expects to see more.
William Byron is growing accustomed to winning poles in big events in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
Daniel Hemric appears to have a fast car at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the consecutive week.
Many NASCAR traditions have gone to the wayside over the years but should the annual 600-mile race in the Monster Energy Cup Series be the next on the hit list?
Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 Ally Chevrolet may be a bit more difficult to see during next weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 events at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch, the defending Coca-Cola 600 race winner was joined by some special guests as he debuted his paint scheme, including the name of the fallen soldier he’ll honor on his car this year.