Weekly NASCAR.com preview: April 13-19

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Here’s what you’ll see on NASCAR.com this week:

MONDAY: Late cautions on Saturday night in Texas shook up strategy and led to some surprises in the top 10. Plus, Joe Gibbs Racing has a Sprint Cup plan for Camping World Truck regular Erik Jones who claimed his first XFINITY win last Friday night. Other content includes Bristol entry lists for the Cup and XFINITY races.

TUESDAY: FOX NASCAR pit reporter and anchor Steve Byrnes celebrates a birthday as he continues to fight cancer. NASCAR.com senior writer Holly Cain writes about the man for whom Sunday’s Cup race is named. NASCAR.com’s weekly series, Tech Talk, looks back at Texas and ahead to Bristol. Plus, @nascarcasm takes a look at Texas winner Jimmie Johnson‘s Facebook page.

WEDNESDAY: Check out which paint schemes will be on display. at Bristol Motor Speedway. On the anniversary of an inadvertent caution in last year’s spring Cup race at Bristol, look back at five of the craziest finishes in NASCAR history. We plan to have coverage from Kentucky Speedway‘s open test. Also, the latest episode of Team Chevy’s look at Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s car graveyard is on tap.

THURSDAY: The National Motorsports Appeals Panel meets at NASCAR’s R&D Center with the Richard Childress No. 31 Cup team and the Circle Sport Racing No. 33 Cup car. For Bristol #TBT, we look back at the 25th anniversary of Davey Allison’s win over Mark Martin and Jeff Gordon‘s 1997 bump-and-run win over Rusty Wallace. Driver Reports looks ahead to the weekend at Bristol.

FRIDAY: Get all the on-track action slated for Bristol — Sprint Cup Series practice and qualifying and two XFINITY Series practices — throughout the day.

Also coming this week: NASCAR Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer Steve O’Donnell looks back at competition rulings at Texas and looks forward to Bristol … "NASCAR Illustrated" has its weekly "Herman Unplugged" feature with racer and commentator Kenny Wallace … Catch 8 Tweets You Might Have Missed … Scroll through an image of every car in next Sunday’s Sprint Cup race … @nascarcasm has a mock penalty sheet structure and looks back at Michael Waltrip‘s dropped taco on Denny Hamlin‘s car.