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Latest news from Phoenix: Duel in the desert

November 10, 2013,

Check out full coverage from this weekend's races

Sprint Cup Series

AdvoCare 500, Phoenix International Raceway, 3 p.m. ET, Sunday, ESPN (ESPN on air at 2 p.m. ET) | RESULTS

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Harvick wins at Phoenix

Kevin Harvick showed why he's called 'The Closer' once again. His pass of Carl Edwards just before taking the white flag enabled Harvick to pull away for the victory, the fourth of his career at Phoenix. Harvick is also one of three drivers mathematically eligible to win the championship, too. | Read the full story

RELATED: Full coverage of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup

-- Struggles at Phoenix puts Kenseth on the ropes
-- Johnson overcomes problems, moves closer to title
-- Junior's goal doesn't change: Win a championship
-- Near milestone, Burton slow to reveal 2014 plans
-- Mark Martin ready to leave driving days behind
-- Labonte would consider Truck Series ride
-- Keselowski gives Kenseth advice on how to beat JJ
-- Statistics don't count Harvick out yet
-- Gordon 'not proud' of Phoenix fight with Bowyer
-- Paint Scheme Preview: Phoenix
-- For Kenseth, Homestead may be win or bust
-- Gordon on fans' booing: 'I miss it so much'

Nationwide Series

ServiceMaster 200, Phoenix International Raceway, 4 p.m. ET, Saturday, ESPN2 (ESPN2 on air at 3:30 p.m. ET) | RESULTS

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Busch wins at Phoenix

Kyle Busch won his 12th NASCAR Nationwide Series race of the season Saturday, dominating the field and leading 169 of 200 laps. Austin Dillon and Sam Hornish Jr. remain locked in a tight points battle with one race to go. | Read the full story

-- Kyle Busch wins Nationwide Series pole
-- RCR duo tops Friday practice
-- Herring to sub for Vickers in the No. 20
-- Austin Dillon on why DRIVE4COPD hits home
-- Hornish still sorting out 2014 plans

Camping World Truck Series

Lucas Oil 150, Phoenix International Raceway, 8 p.m. ET, Friday, FOX Sports 1 (FS1 on air at 8 p.m. ET) | RESULTS

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Jones makes history

Erik Jones became the youngest winner in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series history Friday night, when he outdueled Ross Chastain over the final laps at Phoenix to take the checkered flag. Jones is 17 years old. | Read the full story

-- VIDEO: Wallace Jr. gets physical 
-- Labonte would consider Truck Series ride
-- Chastain to start on pole
-- Championship couldn't change Crafton
-- Quiroga, Jones lead practices at Phoenix