Hamlin seeks storybook ending to NASCAR’s Chase

NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin is in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, but by no means does he consider his comeback from health issues and struggles on the track complete. In fact, he’s hoping for the best ending possible.

Dozens of breast cancer survivors joined track officials in applying pink paint to the pit wall on the home stretch of the speedway.

HOLLYWOOD CASINO 400: The race is the fourth in NASCAR's 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup. ... Championship-eligible drivers get a spot in the next round with a victory.

Tony Stewart said he never considered leaving racing. And if you know Stewart at all, this doesn't surprise you. Stewart is 43, unmarried and completely consumed with racing. To leave it entirely? He wouldn't know what to do with himself.

A subdued Tony Stewart said Monday he never thought about giving up driving race cars in the past seven weeks after a car he was driving struck and killed sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr. during a dirt track race in New York. But he said he still thinks constantly about what he called a “100 percent accident.”

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