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Next Stop Dover International Speedway

Next stop Dover International Speedway for Sunday’s Triple-A 400 Drive for Autism, the twelfth race of the 2016 Sprint Cup Series. Going back to last fall, Kevin Harvick has won two of the last three races on one-mile ovals including a dominating victory when the series last visited Dover during the 2015 post-season Chase. Harvick returns atop this year’s regular-season standings, enjoying a four-point advantage over Kyle Busch … And speaking of Busch, his crew chief – Adam Stevens – will sit out Sunday’s race while serving a suspension for violating NASCAR’s new lug-nut rule last weekend at Kansas Speedway. Todd Berrier, who holds the title of director of inspections at Joe Gibbs Racing, will call race strategy for the defending Sprint Cup champion.

Austin Dillon Helps Team Dover Start Fast In 10-3 Victory

Sparked by Austin Dillon’s leadoff triple in the first inning, Team Dover quickly put three runs on the board and went on to beat Team Pocono, 10-3, in the fourth annual Dover versus Pocono Celebrity Softball Game that was played Tuesday in Wilmington,

Delaware. Kasey Kahne, who singled in his first at-bat, helped lead Team Pocono’s effort in the game that took place at Frawley Stadium, home of the Wilmington Blue Rocks – Class A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. Rosters of each team were filled with members of the local and national motor sports media, and other regional media personalities.

The softball exhibition helps promote upcoming NASCAR weekends at Dover International Speedway … May 13th through the 15th… and at Pocono Raceway … June 3rd through the 5th… Dillon’s had a busy week, traveling from Delaware to North Carolina for a Wednesday media event and then on to Kansas Speedway for Sunday’s Go Bowling 400.


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