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Wildcat fans celebrated at bars and in the streets after the historic upset, even flipping over a car during their celebrations.

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Wildcat fans celebrated at bars and in the streets after the historic upset, even flipping over a car during their celebrations. Fans climbed on top of the overturned car and stopped to take pictures with it.

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Kentucky’s victory ended the fourth-longest losing streak in an uninterrupted series in NCAA history.

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The Quail Is the Highlight of Monterey Car Week

  • Publisher: Town & Country
  • Date: 2018-09-06 08:00:00
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Furniture Row Racing to cease operations after 2018 season

Furniture Row Racing, the reigning Cup championship team, announced Tuesday it will cease operations after this season, citing a lack of necessary funding.

‘I’ve always felt that we could be a competitive team and run for a championship even when it seemed like a pipe dream to many racing insiders,” car owner Barney Visser said in a statement. “But to be successful in any business you need to assemble the right people and make a strong commitment to succeed. We achieved what we set out to do and feel like we climbed Mount Everest. To continue with anything less than a competitive team would not be acceptable. It’s been one incredible ride.’

  • Publisher: NASCAR Talk
  • Date: 2018-09-04T18:05:39+00:00
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Darlington Raceway Weekend Preview

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Denny Hamlin is not only the defending Southern 500 winner, but swept the 2017 weekend last September winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series race as well. He boasts the best average finish in the field and has an amazing 10 top-10 finishes in 12 Monster Energy Series starts at Darlington Raceway.

But Hamlin’s not only interested in celebrating the seven-decades of “Throwback” in this Sunday’s Bojangles Southern 500 (at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), he’s intent on throwing it “forward.” He needs a win.

The driver of the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota Camry has won at least one race every season since he made it to NASCAR’s premier series in 2006. Seven-times he won multiple races in a season – including a career-high and 2008-best eight races.

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