Michigan II (2017)
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With the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs start just three weeks away, Richard Childress Racing needed a shot of optimism for its two qualified drivers.
The weekend and the race at Michigan International Speedway began well for Team Penske, but the finish not so much.
Trevor Bayne carried the banner for Ford Performance on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Erik Jones wheeled his way to his best-career finish — again.
Martin Truex Jr. looked to be in prime position to earn his fifth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series win of the season, which would be a career-best.
Kyle Larson wasn’t willing to settle for second on Sunday.
Martin Truex Jr. picked up his 15th stage win of 2017 on Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Brad Keselowski picked up his fourth stage win of 2017.
Back in the day, it wasn’t unusual to see a parade of manufacturer representatives marching into the NASCAR hauler lobbying for a little something extra.
Polesitter Brad Keselowski led Happy Hour at his hometown track on Saturday.
Kyle Larson continued his domination at Michigan International Speedway.
With 14 different winners on the Monster Energy Cup Series in 2017, the pressure is on for NASCAR’s bubble boys looking to make the Playoffs.
Michigan native Brad Keselowski showed off in front of the home crowd on Friday.
Ryan Blaney posted the fastest single-lap speed in opening practice for the Pure Michigan 400 on Friday.
Daniel Suarez is getting hot just at the right time.
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