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A Wild Finish in Talladega!

Monday afternoon’s race in Talladega, Alabama was as wild as any super speedway race in recent memory.  Check out the race highlights below.


In a frenetic overtime dash, Ryan Blaney won Monday’s race at Talladega Superspeedway by 0.007 seconds over Ricky Stenhouse Jr. as crashing cars bounced of each other and the outside wall behind the top two finishers.  The victory was Blaney’s first of the season, second straight at the 2.66-mile track and the fourth of his career.

Aric Almirola slid sideways across the finish line to claim third place, with Denny Hamlin and Erik Jones following in fourth and fifth, respectively.  PEAK’s Clint Bowyer finished 25th after a multicar wreck on the last lap took him out of contention for the win while running in the top ten.

Click HERE for race highlights.

The next event on the NASCAR Cup Series schedule is NASCAR’s first double header Saturday and Sunday, June 27-28 in Pocono, Pennsylvania.


NHRA Drag Racing will resume in Indianapolis on July 11th.

July 11-12 – NHRA Nationals, Indianapolis, Indiana
July 18-19 – NHRA Nationals, Indianapolis, Indiana
July 31-August 2 – Northwest Nationals, Seattle, Washington
August 7-9 – Mile-High Nationals, Denver, Colorado
August 14-16 – NHRA Nationals, Brainerd, Minnesota
August 21-23 – Heartland Nationals, Topeka, Kansas
August 28-30 – Southern Nationals, Atlanta, Georgia
September 3-6 – U.S. Nationals, Indianapolis, Indiana
September 11-13 – NHRA Nationals, Reading, Pennsylvania
September 18-20 – Four-Wide Nationals, Charlotte, North Carolina
September 25-27 – Gatornationals, Gainesville, Florida
October 2-4 – Midwest Nationals, St. Louis, Missouri
October 9-11 – Thunder Valley Nationals, Bristol, Tennessee
October 16-18 – Fall Nationals, Dallas, Texas
October 23-25 – NHRA Nationals, Houston, Texas
October 30-November 1 – NHRA Nationals, Las Vegas, Nevada
November 13-15 – NHRA Finals, Pomona, California


Last week, the NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series announced its first three events of the 2020 season as the drivers and teams are excited to return to competition.

July 9th in Queretaro
July 30th in Puebla
August 20th in Aguascalientes

Additional races will be announced as racing resumes.

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