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Changing rules packages leads to rising costs in NASCAR

NASCAR teams will go back to the original aerodynamic package for the next two races before going back to the high-downforce setup used last week. If it's difficult to keep up with that, imagine trying to pay for it.
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Kyle Busch grabs elusive Indy victory as comeback continues

INDIANAPOLIS - Kyle Busch's incredible comeback rolled through Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where Busch won the Brickyard 400 on Sunday to sweep the weekend at the historic track.
Carl Edwards is on the pole, but few know what to expect in Sprint Cup race at Indy

INDIANAPOLIS - Nobody liked the single-file racing that's become all-too-familiar in the past with stock cars and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Now the concern is having cars into and on top of each other.
Kyle Busch keeps pushing to make the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship

Kyle Busch never has lacked confidence. But he's just as surprised as everyone else at Joe Gibbs Racing by his recent success that turned an unlikely run to the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship into something that now seems destined.
Car owner Roger Penske looks to end Sprint Cup drought at Brickyard

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Roger Penske is making subtle hints to his two Sprint Cup Series teams that the only thing missing from his racing career is the lack of a Crown Royal 400 victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Tony Stewart trying to find positives in rough season

Despite all the physical and personal pain in his past, Tony Stewart still is able to recognize the obvious of his season.
New rules package at Kentucky Speedway draws praise

While nearly everyone admits there's still more work to do on the current downforce package, most agree last Saturday night's Quaker State 400 was a good start.
New rules package is welcomed by drivers at Kentucky track

Nobody knows what to expect with the new rules package waiting for the Sprint Cup Series this week at the Kentucky Speedway. But one thing's for sure - most believe anything is better than the current package.
Austin Dillon thanks his team members for keeping him safe

Austin Dillon went to the Richard Childress Racing on Tuesday to thank his team for their work in keeping him safe after his crash on Monday at the Daytona International Speedway.