- Associated Press - By JENNA FRYER, AP Auto Racing Writer
NASCAR on Monday suspended three critical crew members for Denny Hamlin's team because a piece of tungsten fell off his car on the pace lap before the Coca-Cola 600. The tungsten is required to meet minimum
- USA TODAY Sports - Kelly Crandall
The No. 48 Chevrolet of Jimmie Johnson failed post-race inspection and was disqualified from the Coca-Cola 600. Johnson had finished second Monday morning behind Brad Keselowski at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
- Bleacher Report - Scott Polacek
Denny Hamlin's chances of winning Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway were basically gone before the event started, and crew chief Chris Gabehart is reportedly looking at a four-race suspension.
- USA TODAY Sports - Michelle R. Martinelli
Chase Elliott has had a rough week. And just when it looked like NASCAR's reigning most popular driver would win Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 and make up for the devastating finish he had Wednesday at Darlington
- USA TODAY - Michelle R. Martinelli
The Coca-Cola 600 is just too long. The second of what NASCAR considers its four “crown jewels” throughout the 36-race season, it’s the Cup Series’ longest race by about 100 miles and is the only one into