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Latest news from Richmond and Iowa

September 07, 2013,

Check out full coverage from this weekend's races

Sprint Cup Series

Federated Auto Parts 400, Richmond International Raceway, 7:30 p.m. ET, Saturday, ABC on air at 7 p.m. ET. | ENTRY LIST | WEEKEND SCHEDULE

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Kenseth eyes title

Matt Kenseth made the biggest move of his career prior to this season, leaving Roush Fenway Racing for Joe Gibbs Racing. After some adjustments, the driver found his comfort zone. And when the standings were set for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Kenseth was the top seed. | Read the full story


-- Edwards wins thriller; Chase field set
-- Truex Jr. had to fight for final Wild Card spot
-- Anxious night nets a career first for Logano
-- Gordon's charge comes up two spots short
-- Big dreams pay off for Busch, Furniture Row
-- Newman's Chase hopes foiled on final caution
-- Standings Shuffle: Chase field set
-- Gordon wins record Coors Light Pole Award
-- Logano making believers out of others
-- Ryan's Race to the Chase: Will he make it?
-- Johnson has baby, will race at Richmond
-- Pit stall assignments for Richmond
-- Some on Chase bubble have bigger goal in mind
-- Wild Card Watch: One to go
-- Stremme out of Swan car after Richmond
-- Junior braces for tense regular-season finale
-- Long shot Keselowski looks for improvement
-- Newman keeps his plans for 2014 under wraps
-- Chase hopefuls trade quips before crunch time
-- Burton not coming back to RCR
-- Paint Scheme Preview: Richmond
-- Stewart tries to stay busy, vows 2014 return
-- Allmendinger replaces injured Labonte for Richmond
-- Truex overcoming latest obstacles in Chase race
-- Power Rankings: Logano continues meteoric rise
-- Driver Reports: Richmond beckons Chase hopefuls
-- By the Numbers: Richmond
-- Fantasy Preview: Richmond

Nationwide Series

Nationwide Virginia 529 College Savings 250, Richmond International Raceway, 7:30 p.m. ET, Friday, ESPN on air at 7 p.m. ET. | ENTRY LIST | WEEKEND SCHEDULE

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Thrilling conclusion

Brad Keselowski spoiled Brian Scott’s near-perfect night on Friday, passing Scott on a late restart and holding on to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race. Scott led 239 of 250 laps; Keselowski, meanwhile, defended his late strategy. | Read the full story


-- Counting down the top 10 Nationwide moments
-- Kligerman paces practice at Richmond
-- JRM 360: McMurray drives NNS at RIR
-- Hornish Jr., Dillon expected to heat up Richmond
-- Penalties handed down to Larson, Piquet
-- Richmond Nationwide race set to be 1,000 in series history

Camping World Truck Series

Fan Appreciation 200 Presented by New Holland, Iowa Speedway, 2 p.m. ET, Sunday, FOX Sports 1 on air at 1:30 p.m. ET | ENTRY LIST | WEEKEND SCHEDULE

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Frantic finish

James Buescher survived two attempts at a green-white-checkered finish to win his second race of the season Sunday at Iowa Speedway. The victory also puts the defending series champion in better position to defend his title -- he's currently second to Matt Crafton. | Read the full story


-- Angry Peters bumps Buescher on cool-down lap
-- Chastain takes Keystone 21 Means 21 Pole for Iowa
-- Elliott, Dillon disagree on Canada finish
-- Skeen's crew chief, girlfriend fined for actions in Canada
-- Papis backs off claims that jaw was dislocated from slap
-- First runner-up finish special for Hackenbracht
-- Elliott, Fellows both weekend winners in Canada
-- Truck tempers overflow in Canada
-- Dillon, Papis react to post-race incidents
-- Papis slapped by Skeen's girlfriend