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Labonte threw out the first pitch and is the current Winston Cup points leader.

NASCAR Winston Cup car driver Bobby Labonte drives his No. 18 Interstate Batteries Pontiac along the warning track as Minnesota Twins Corey Koskie, right, watches Monday at Camden Yards in Baltimore. Labonte threw out the first pitch and is the current Winston Cup points leader.

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NASCAR's allure goes to Kansas

...years trying to tell her three children about the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. Now she has the chance to show them. Her...about. I think they'll be surprised.'' The NASCAR Winston Cup Series is more than men running in circles. It's...

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Protection One 400

...Gordon Others to watch: Ricky Rudd, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart and Jeff Burton. Notes: The NASCAR Winston Cup Series is making its second debut at a new raceway this year. The series made its first stop at Chicago in July...

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Finally, a happy ending

...out.'' So is everyone else. Thanksgiving is a holiday where families huddle and count their blessings. For the NASCAR Winston Cup Series, it's another work day. Just like the Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Memorial Day, Independence...

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This Week's Race: New England 300

...will use a softer tire to help teams get grip on the relatively flat raceway. ... Gordon already has clinched the NASCAR Winston Cup Series championship, but nearly every other position in the top 10 remains up for grabs. Don Coble

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Dodge raises the bar

ATLANTA -- Now that questions about getting up to speed on the NASCAR Winston Cup Series are answered, Dodge now has a different question for 2002: Can it win a championship? Sterling Marlin certainly carved...

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Drivers get back on track in sports cars

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- While some NASCAR Winston Cup Series drivers are complaining about the demands of the 38-race season, a handful can't seem to get enough. At least six...

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In the Spotlight: Kevin Harvick

...for Richard Childress Racing 2002 record: Two victories, six top-fives and 16 top-10s to finish ninth in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series point standings Career highlights: Won his third career start in a photo finish with Jeff Gordon at Atlanta...

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Brotherly love

...brother Bobby for miles and miles at the Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway to help Bobby in his quest to win the NASCAR Winston Cup Series Championship. ''I figured he might need those three or four points more than I did,'' the elder Labonte...

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Racing's off-season rejuvenates drivers

...rebuild cars and drivers could catch their breath. Not any more. Only three open weekends are on next year's NASCAR Winston Cup Series schedule. And if 36 races and a pair of all-star events weren't enough, the final 20 races come in a...

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