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mudabure.comNASCAR: Results and 3 takeaways from the Cup Series race at DarlingtonBrad Keselowski celebrates in his first win of the NASCAR Cup series season at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, S.C., on Sunday. Keselowski beat Kyle Larson off pit road and pulled away for the victory. Terry Renna AP DARLINGTON, S.C. Brad Keselowski won the NASCAR Southern 500 on Sunday, his first Cup Series win of the season, but there are other implications from the race as well. Here are the three biggest takeaways from Sunday’s race at Darlington Raceway: 1. Another unlucky night for Kyle Larson, who has developed a habit. You’ve got to feel bad for Larson at this point. The 26-year-old14
mudabure.comFinal regular season NASCAR race delayed by rain at IndyINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The start of the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been delayed because of rain. Indianapolis has been drenched in three days of rain and NASCAR has not been able to get any cars on track before Sunday's scheduled race. But a consistent mist and temperatures around 60 degrees has made it difficult for NASCAR to get the track dry. The Xfinity Series race scheduled for Saturday has been moved to Monday. NASCAR's playoffs begin next weekend in Las Vegas and the sanctioning body is eager to get the regular season finale concluded at Indianapolis. The18
jalopnik.comNASCAR Stage Ends With a Four-Driver Photo FinishNot a single NASCAR driver went on track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend thanks to a total washout, and everyone was obviously a little antsy when the rain-delayed races finally got going today. The first “finish” of the day had four drivers cross the line within inches of each other.
mudabure.comNascar’s Future Depends on These 5-Year-OldsFor families whose children harbor racing aspirations, quarter-midget tracks offer one of the earliest possible introductions to motor sports — leading some children to race before they can read. A group of parents service a quarter-midget car — with the driver, John Barnard Jr., still strapped in — at the track in Terre Haute, Ind.CreditCreditStephen Hiltner/The New York Times TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — John Shipman, standing on an elevated platform beside a small dusty track, wiped the sweat from his eyes and tucked away a checkered racing flag. For the past 10 minutes, nine small cars had circled in front of him8